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Administration is taking measures to bring stability to academic affairs, and win back trust by better engaging faculty.
The “general stream adjudication” of the Wind-Big Horn River will be officially wrapped up at the lower court level on Friday, Sept. 5. District Judge …
In areas where Chronic Wasting Disease is present, the prevalence of the disease is 37 percent.
Coal-rich partners eye byproducts from coal as a commercial driver to eventual zero-CO2 emissions coal power plants.
Across Wyoming, an iconic species’ numbers have dropped 36 percent. Fawn production has declined 20 percent in the last quarter century.
The U.S. Department of Energy announced the selection of 13 projects to develop technologies and methodologies for geologic storage of carbon dioxide.
Is China’s path to more CO2 emissions an excuse for inaction or a reason to cut U.S. emissions?
Wyoming State Museum exhibit celebrates the cultural and creative heritage of hunting and fishing.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Pete Gosar says there’s more to Wyoming’s energy challenges than simply suing EPA.
“Are we a bunch of naïve buffoons? I don’t think we are. I just think we are way too trusting.” — Former Wyoming Gov. Dave …
Biologists are trying to save one of North America’s four most endangered amphibians in Wyoming.
Community colleges and the University of Wyoming are collaborating to increase the number of nurses with baccalaureate degrees.
Corporate coercion could drive away legitimate researchers and replace them with the sort of scientists who used to work for the cigarette companies.
Winter-weary Wyomingites escape high-altitude, ice-encrusted tundra by migrating to the Utah desert, but they don’t always find what they’re looking for.
A new study says Powder River Basin coal and other U.S. fossil fuels must stay in the ground to avoid accelerating global warming.
A tuition increase approved by the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will provide a salary boosts for professors and other enhancements for students.
Gov. Mead’s and state lawmakers’ political take on climate science would earn an “F” in any 7th-grade science course in Wyoming — at the moment.
Officials say Halliburton’s $3 million gift underscores the close collaboration between the energy industry, state government, and the University of Wyoming.
University of Wyoming President Dick McGinity says UW has little choice but to examine increased student tuition and fees.
Emeritus professor of geology Peter Shive wants to have a conversation about the fossil fuel industry influence on UW.
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