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Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Program

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.

Profiles in Wyoming Resilience

Amplifying Community Voices – Profiles in Wyoming Resilience and Growth

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. 

For more information on our latest project visit the Wyoming Resilience project page. 


In the News:

UW Research Project Seeks State Residents’ Input on Community Needs Through Pictures | News | University of Wyoming (uwyo.edu)

Give to the Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Fund

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The Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Program is appreciative of all gifts. Click the image to the left to donate. (opens in a new window)  Click here for information about giving over the phone or by mail. For questions, please contact the UW Foundation at 307-766-6300 or foundation@uwyo.edu.


K-12 Curriculum Project

The Wallop Civic Engagement K-12 Curriculum Project is a partnership with the College of Education’s Trustees Education Initiative and Wyoming School - University Partnership designed to provide free multimedia lessons for social studies and English language arts teachers, tied to state curriculum standards, as well as professional development opportunities to support teacher licensure. Please view the video below and visit our Project page for more information.



Civics Education That's Right for Wyoming


The Wallop K-12 Curriculum Project provides our state’s social studies and English language arts teachers with broad and immediate access to content area expertise at the University of Wyoming, resource guides they provide with sound activities and lesson planning options that are classroom- and student- ready, line up with Wyoming Content and Performance Standards, and can be used creatively in a variety of classes.

The Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Program K–12 Curriculum Project brings UW expertise to classrooms across the state.

Read more about the project featured in the UWYO Magazine

Sponsors and Partners

The project is made possible through the support of The Tucker Foundation, Rocky Mountain Power Foundation, and our generous partners and donors. Please visit our Sponsors and Partners page. 

Contact Us

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Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Program
School of Politics, Public Affairs, & International Studies (SPPAIS)
Dept. 3197
1000 E University Ave.
Phone: (307) 766-6119
Email: wallop@uwyo.edu

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