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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 Holding In-Person Events for New Students
The University of Wyoming has a number of in-person activities planned to welcome first-time and transfer students as it prepares for a traditional fall 2021 semester.
First-year students living in the residence halls will move in Thursday, Aug...
UW’s IMPACT 307 Hosting Business Webinar
A University of Wyoming program called IMPACT 307 will be hosting "START 307," a two-day business tutorial webinar event on June 28-29 from 4-6 pm.
David Bohling, director of IMPACT Laramie, will present the webinar.
Attendees will receive an introductory understanding of business informatio…
UW Moving to New Testing Program
The University of Wyoming will be moving to a new COVID-19 testing program beginning the week of July 5.
Each week, 3 percent of UW’s active employees, students enrolled in in-person classes and those living on campus will be randomly selected and receive emails to schedule their diag…
UW Presenting Series of One-Act Performances
The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance’s 2021 Snowy Range Summer Theatre season is open with its first public theater production since spring 2020.
David Ives’ evening of one-act plays, titled “All in the Timing,” runs Jun…
UW Professor Leads Research on Ecological Trade-Offs
A new study which was led by the University of Wyoming sheds light on the relationship of ecological trade-offs, as well as challenges the nature of this relationship.
Daniel Laughlin, an associate professor in the UW Department of Botany and director of the Global Vegetation Project, led the study, …

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