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Legal Analysis from UW Proposes Alternate Solution to Reforming Endangered Species Act

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A new research brief from the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming describes a legal analysis that explores the legislative history of the 1973 Endangered Species Act and proposes a solution that would give states greater authority to manage listed species wi

UW’s Liu Receives DOE Grant to Improve Predictability of Interactions Between Mixed-Phase Clouds, Aerosols

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A University of Wyoming Excellence Chair has received a Department of Energy (DOE) grant to study how to improve the predictability of mixed-phase clouds and aerosol interactions at high latitudes.

MacPherson Resigns from UW Board of Trustees

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Citing a desire to effect positive change, University of Wyoming Trustee John MacPherson, of Saratoga, has resigned from the UW Board of Trustees.

UW’s Haub School, ENR to Host ‘Civility: The Case for Collaboration’ Panel Discussion

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To celebrate its 25th anniversary and look ahead to the next 25 years, the Haub School and Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming will host a public reception and panel discussion in August.

UW Proceeds with New Marketing Campaign

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The University of Wyoming is proceeding with a new marketing campaign intended to help grow its enrollment and raise its national and international profile, with a primary campaign tagline of “The World Needs More Cowboys.”

Seven UW Research Projects Garner Use of Cheyenne Supercomputer

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Seven University of Wyoming research projects, many of which will directly impact Wyoming and the nation, have been chosen to receive computational time and storage space at the supercomputer in Cheyenne. Energy, the atmosphere, watersheds and wind farms are some of the research topics.

International Low-Temperature Chemistry Conference Underway at UW

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The University of Wyoming Department of Chemistry is hosting an internationally recognized scientific conference, titled “Chemistry and Physics at Low Temperature (CPLT),” this week.

UW’s $20 Million Microbial Grant Research Projects Underway This Summer

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Microbes -- those living, single-celled organisms too small for the naked eye to see -- could end up doing some mighty big things for the University of Wyoming.

UW Ecology Student Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

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You could say that Samuel Case’s education has gone to the birds. The University of Wyoming Ph.D. student received a feather in his cap, recently earning a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship.

UW Board of Trustees to Meet July 10-13 in Cody

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will hear a report on implementation of UW’s strategic plan and receive updates on a number of other matters during a meeting Tuesday through Friday, July 10-13, in Cody.

UW’s Jacoby Golf Course Lifts Its Profile

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Investments in improvements to the University of Wyoming’s Glenn “Red” Jacoby Golf Course are paying dividends, as the course is attracting more high-level competitions.

Sheridan College Students Place at National Competition

Seven Sheridan College students, competing against thousands of their peers, placed in the top 16 nationally in the recent SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference at Louisville, Kentucky.

Wyoming Public Radio Receives Two Edward R. Murrow Awards

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Wyoming Public Radio (WPR) recently won two Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards for reporting.

Wyoming Conservation Exchange Receives First UW Partnership Honor

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A partnership that provides private-market financial incentives to landowners for engaging in environmentally beneficial activities has been recognized with the University of Wyoming’s inaugural Marvin Millgate Excellence in Community Partnership Award.

UW Trustees to Discuss Potential Dean Hiring Tuesday

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A special meeting of the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will take place Tuesday, May 1, at 7:30 a.m. via teleconference.

The meeting has been called to discuss the potential hiring of a dean for one of UW’s academic colleges. It will be in executive session.

Sophia Kwende Receives Spitaleri Award at UW

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Sophia Kwende, of Cameroon, is the recipient of the Rosemarie Martha Spitaleri Award as the University of Wyoming's outstanding graduating woman.

Laramie Student Named UW’s Top Graduating Man

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Excellence as a University of Wyoming honors student, service as a volunteer and key leadership roles at UW and around the world have resulted in the selection of Gabriel Selting, of Laramie, for the 2018 Tobin Memorial Award as UW's outstanding graduating man.

College Symphony Orchestra to Perform Season Finale

The Sheridan College Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Mark Elliot Bergman, will perform its spring concert at 7 p.m. May 4 in the Whitney Center for the Arts.

Ag Students Shine at National Competition

Seven Sheridan College agricultural program students excelled in several individual and team categories in recent competition at the 2018 National Postsecondary Agricultural Student Organization Conference.

Business Council Seeks Applicants for Broadband Advisory Council

The Wyoming Business Council will accept applications through May 4 for people interested in serving on a newly formed Broadband Advisory Council.