UW in the News
December 12, 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.
The San Francisco Chronicle carried an industry release about UW's choice of energy efficient lighting for campus greenhouses.
UW Carbon Management Institute Deputy Director Rob Hurless joins International Programs Director Anne Alexander on the Wyoming Business Report's Central Wyoming Economic Forecast for 2012, scheduled Tuesday, Dec. 13, in Casper.
In a K2 Radio interview, UW President Tom Buchanan says overall he is pleased with Gov. Matt Mead's budget request for the university.
Mental health care for Wyoming's domestic abuse victims is expanding with a grant to UW from the Verizon Foundation, according to The San Francisco Examiner.
Sublette County schools will undergo an upgraded curriculum to a four-by-four core curriculum, with four years of math, English, science and social studies required, bringing SCSD#1 to almost the exact same as the new UW admission standards, according to the Sublette Examiner. Sheridan County School District not planning any changes, according to Sheridan Media.com.
Recent UW speech therapy graduates Amber Able and Carissa Lee were profiled in a Billings Gazette article about a fundraiser for the Children's Resource Center in Powell.
The regional agriculture publication The Fence Post quoted UW agricultural marketing specialist Bridger Feuz in an article about lamb prices predicted for the coming year.
KOWB Radio carried UW's release about the first two graduates from the School of Energy Resources. They both received bachelor's degrees in energy resource science from the SER.