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UW Presidential Scholarships Now Available for Wyoming’s Top Students

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The effort to recruit Wyoming’s best and brightest students to attend the University of Wyoming has received a big boost, thanks to a $500,000 gift from the Joe and Arlene Watt Foundation.

UW Names VP for Finance and Administration

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An experienced higher education administrator who served as president of Temple University and chief financial officer at Indiana University has been appointed as the University of Wyoming’s vice president for finance and administration.

UW Religion Today: Morality: The Face of Public Christianity

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By Paul V.M. Flesher

Big Horn Student Receives College Degree Before Graduating High School

Dehlaney Schulthess walked across the stage at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome this past weekend to receive her Associate of Applied Science degree from Sheridan College.

Holly Miller Receives UW CHS Outstanding Career Achievement Award

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Holly Miller recently received the 2018 University of Wyoming College of Health Sciences (CHS) Outstanding Career Achievement Award.

UW’s Leonard Awarded Prestigious Fulbright Research Chair in STEM Education

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Jacqueline Leonard, director of the University of Wyoming’s Science and Mathematics Teaching Center (2012-16) and professor of elementary and early childhood education (2012-present) in the College of Education, has been selected for a Fulbright Canada Research Chair in STEM Education award.

Stroll Button Design Contest Under Way

The design contest for this year's Christmas Stroll Button is under way.

Youth Business Ventures Winners Announced

Six Sheridan area youth have been named winners in this year's first Sheridan County Youth Business Ventures Competition.

Bohlman, Rieder Winners in Juried Art Exhibition

Julie Reider of Sheridan and Taryn Bohlman of Powell were named the winners in this year's Student Juried Art Exhibition at Sheridan College.

UW Adds Cybersecurity Certificate Program

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The University of Wyoming has taken another step to become a national hub for cybersecurity.

UW Pharmacy Students to Participate in Innovative Exchange Program with Howard University

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This fall, the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy will participate in an innovative exchange program with its counterparts from Howard University’s College of Pharmacy.

News Conference to Launch Dementia Campaign

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Sheridan Association will hold a news conference next week to announce Dementia Friendly Wyoming's Main Street educational campaign.

UW Receives Renewal Contract to Provide Wyoming Drug Utilization Review Services

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The University of Wyoming has been selected to provide Drug Utilization Review (WY-DUR) services to the state of Wyoming through a competitive bidding process administered by the Wyoming Department of Health.

State Vets Warn of Rabies in Wildlife This Year

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There is a prevalence of rabies in wildlife this year.

UW Institute Awards Funding for Oil and Gas Data Projects

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Working with private companies, the University of Wyoming’s Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) will gain insights into reservoirs and technologies that could result in improved methods to recover stranded oil and gas in the state.

Sanders Named Principal at Coffeen

Paige Sanders, currently principal at Woodland Park Elementary School, has been unanimously selected to be principal of Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School starting next fall.

UW Trustees Set Agenda for May 9-11 Meeting

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will discuss UW’s proposed 2018-19 budget and consider a number of other issues during the board’s regular meeting Wednesday through Friday, May 9-11.

Listening Session for Enhancing Work with Native Americans May 16 at UW

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A University of Wyoming subcommittee will hold a listening session Wednesday, May 16, to help UW enhance its work with Native Americans in the region.

UW Commencement Ceremonies May 12

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A former Wyoming governor, a respected industry and community leader, the first female state geologist and three University of Wyoming students are among speakers at UW’s spring commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 12.

Men rescued after getting bad GPS info on way to Yellowstone

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Two men drove around at least two road-closed signs due to faulty navigation device information while trying to get to Yellowstone National Park and had to be rescued from deep snow, sheriff's officers in Wyoming said Thursday.