Committees charged with reviewing and advising on proposed changes to academic programs at the University of Wyoming have submitted final reports.

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The reports from the review committees may be found on the Office of Academic Affairs website. Provost and Executive Vice President Kevin Carman are considering the committee reports as he prepares a final recommendation to President Ed Seidel.

The initial plan presented to the trustees in July outlined a transformation of UW’s academic programs to propel new and ongoing initiatives and to deal with budget cuts. While the administration is moving forward with the recommendation for reconfiguration of some academic colleges, along with reorganization, reduction, and consolidation of some departments.

Carman plans to submit his final recommendation to the president this week, and it will be posted to the Academic Affairs website for additional public comment. The president is scheduled to present a final proposal to the board during its November 17-19 meeting.

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