The Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Program in the School of Politics, Public Affairs,
and International Studies at the University of Wyoming works in conjunction with university,
community college and K-12 partners to host projects and meaningful dialogue on local,
state, national, and international issues of significant interest to Wyoming students
and communities. The Wallop Civic Engagement Program offers an opportunity to build upon the legacy
of Senator Malcolm Wallop’s distinguished career as a public servant, as well as the
generosity of his friends and supporters, who have helped to honor him by supporting
this initiative. Senator Wallop’s life was about conversations around ideas, and
the Wallop Civic Engagement Program credits that legacy by providing a platform for
those making the effort to learn and champion their beliefs. You can learn more about
Senator Wallop at this link. (opens in a new window) We embrace UW’s land-grant mission by committing to a partnership with Wyoming communities
and educators around the state. We work together as an intellectual community to foster
excellence in teaching, scholarship, innovation and creative endeavor—to engage in
matters of public concern and to provide students with experiences that prepare them
to meet tomorrow’s challenges with sustainable solutions.Visit the Program page for more information on current projects and partners.
A successful effort to diversify and grow Wyoming’s economy, address workforce development
and retention, and to leverage educational/training programs to retain our talent
and promote community resilience starts by gathering the right data. We seek your
participation to get a better picture of how Wyomingites perceive both barriers and opportunities to success, as they pursue educational achievement and workforce development/employment opportunities across the state.
In the News:
UW Research Project Seeks State Residents’ Input on Community Needs Through Pictures
| News | University of Wyoming (uwyo.edu)
Read more about the project featured in the UWYO Magazine.
Programs from international, national, state, and local experts as well as UW faculty,
and visiting scholars. Information on past presentations and current events can be
Click here for news and updates on Program initiatives
The UW Program team is made up of Faculty, Staff and students from a variety of disciplines.
Visit our Sponsored Research page to view faculty and students supported by the program
and to learn more about their projects.
Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement ProgramSchool of Politics, Public Affairs, & International Studies (SPPAIS)Dept. 31971000 E University Ave.Phone: (307) 766-6119Email: email@example.com