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UW: Associate Vice President and Dean of Students Candidates Will Interview on Campus

Four candidates for the position of Associate Vice President and Dean of Students will interview for the job on the UW campus over the course of April.

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New Leader Chosen For UW Medical Education Program

A veteran University of Wyoming faculty member has been chosen to lead the Wyoming medical education program.

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Wyoming’s Josh Sharpe Takes Non-Traditional Route To Higher Education

In 2006, Josh Sharpe woke up one morning and decided he didn’t want to be the guy who goes through life unfulfilled in his work.

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Hathaway Award Increase Approved

Recipients of Wyoming's state-funded college scholarship will see an increase in their awards under a bill approved by the Legislature.

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UW to Host Exxon Mobil Science Camp

The University of Wyoming has been selected to host a special hands-on summer science camp for the fifth consecutive year.

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House Passes Suicide Prevention Legislation

The state House has passed a bill that would require suicide prevention education for teachers and school administrators.

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Legislative Panel Endorses Hathaway Increase

The House Education Committee has endorsed two bills that would raise the Hathaway Scholarship award and allow Hathaway money to pay for summer classes.

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Wyoming Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Cindy Hill

The Wyoming Supreme Court has ruled in favor of State Superintendent Cindy Hill, saying that legislation removing her as the head of the State Education Department was not constitutional.

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Casper College Looking to Expand With 167 Acre Land Purchase

Casper College is proposing to buy 167 acres of land West of Casper, for a planned agricultural and equine resource center.

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New Student Retention Plan at University of Wyoming

The University of Wyoming is working to increase the number of full-time freshman students who come back for their sophomore year.

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