Cowboy Cash is Back for the Farmers Market
Laramie Main Street Alliance (LMSA) will be distributing more Cowboy Cash, in the form of downtown gift certificates, to University of Wyoming (UW) students, faculty, and staff this summer at the Downtown Laramie Farmers Market.
In 2020, $40,000 worth of Cowboy Cash and $32,000 in downtown gift certi…
UW Plans New School of Computing
The University of Wyoming has begun planning for a new School of Computing, following action by the UW Board of Trustees Wednesday.
Recently, the board approved the UW administration’s notice of intent to develop the new academic unit, which would infuse computation, and digital and d…
High School Students Participate in UW Event on Mars
Recently, 25 high school students from across Wyoming and one from Colorado worked in teams to determine whether planets near different-colored stars could actually be habitable.
The activity was part of the Teton STEM Academy, which is a nine-day event that offers hands-on activities in the interdis…
UW Proposes Changes Due to Budget Cuts
In order to better serve Wyoming, the recent adjustments in the economy, and respond to the changing landscape of higher education, the University of Wyoming is pursuing a transformation of its academic programs to propel new and ongoing initiatives and to deal with budget cuts.
UW Funds Grand Challenges Projects to Impact School, State
The University of Wyoming's Office of Research and Economic Development has provided funding for five collaborative projects aimed at providing benefits to UW and the state.
The first UW Grand Challenges Initiative Planning projects address issues ranging from rural health to developing next-generati…

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