Incoming University of Wyo. president Robert Sternberg has a set of fundraising priorities that don’t put capital construction at the top of the list.
Task force on energy conversion meets in May
— posted May 1, 2013
Members of the University of Wyoming Energy Resources Council (ERC) and the Advanced Conversion …
UW launches Center for Law and Energy Resources in the Rockies
— April 19, 2013
On Thursday, April 25th, the University of Wyoming College of Law will …
Host Mary Jung recent sat down with WyoFile editor-in-chief Dustin Bleizeffer to talk about Wyoming’s growing nonprofit online news organization.
Feds suspended stimulus project for accounting irregularities. Contractors received ‘Stop Work Order, issued early in 2012.
UW’s Haub school lands new endowed faculty position for ‘conservation economics’
The University of Wyoming’s Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources gained a new endowed …
Native leaders came from near and far to share ideas about building Indian nations and buttressing self-government.
Smart folks from both the industrial and conservation sides of the equation find themselves agreeing that there’s no more ground to give on degradation of …
Drillers want 24,000 new gas wells while Wyoming still struggles to prove it has solved its wintertime ozone problem.
On Thursday, Gov. Matt Mead, former Wyoming Gov. Dave Freudenthal and former Wyoming U.S. Alan Simpson will attend the University of Wyoming Foundation’s winter board …
UW names finalists in presidential search
— February 22, 2013
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees on Friday released the names of four finalists for the …
The Wyo. Senate committee took no action on HB 105 – Citizens’ and Students’ Self-Defense Act, leaving the bill to die a procedural death.
Today the Senate passed House Bill 223, which exempts institutions of higher education from releasing identifying information in presidential searches.
The current version of the 2014 budget bill moves the state away from the short-term, liquid savings approach recommended by Gov. Mead.
Robinson is Gov Mead’s new tribal liaison for Eastern Shoshone
Sara Robinson was appointed by the Eastern Shoshone Business Council as its new tribal liaison. Robinson’s appointment …
A group of alumni from the University of Wyoming College of Engineering is working to boost their alma mater to a position of national prominence.
WyoFile’s new blog takes a look at the storied basketball dynasty at Wyoming Indian High School, where family is more than a teamwork metaphor.
Powder River Basin (PRB) coal producers don’t seem to be in a panic. They’re not rushing to the negotiating table with their adversaries, crafting details …
Guest columnist Fawn Marie Reed struggled for years to obtain desperately needed Medicaid coverage for her and her daughter.
From now until early March, Wyoming’s capitol becomes a hive of activity. Check Capitol Beat for short updates and weekly coverage.
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