UW in the News
May 16, 2011 — State, national and international media frequently feature the University of Wyoming and members of its community in stories. Here is a summary of some of the recent articles where UW is making the news.
UW's release about carbon storage work in southwest Wyoming continues to appear in national sites, including Bloomberg's Business Week.
UW research units are listed a Yahoo Finance article on funding for sage grouse research.
UW research involving spider silk development is included in a Discover magazine feature on spiders.
NBC's Today Show mentioned UW's attractions in a feature on Money Magazine's rankings of the top five places to retire.
Services offered by the university's Research Products Center are listed in a Casper Star Tribune article about patents by Wyoming inventors.
The Wyoming Business Report carried UW's news release about Professor KJ Reddy's patent on a process to capture and hold flue gas carbon dioxide.
The watchdog news site, Cowboy State Free Press, published UW's news release on the Board of Trustees vote to approve approved financial and development plans for an $18.6 million student housing project.
The Casper Star Tribune ran a feature about the old quarry north of UW, which for decades was the source of the pink sandstone used to construct UW's buildings.
Museum Publicity website promoted the UW Art Museum's Peter Sarkisian exhibition opening at the University of Oregon's Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.
From a UW news release, the Casper Star Tribune previewed a UW documentary on the aging brain.
The Department of Atmospheric Science King Air research aircraft is the subject of a feature in Meteorological Technology International.