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University of Wyoming professor says the work of stewardship will never be done — that is the curse and the blessing of being human.
Wyoming’s people and leaders need to be bold about our future and courageous with our investments by investing in early childhood, education, technology and health …
Mary Walker of the Wyoming Association of Churches noticed that too many people were not communicating with one another about their shared appreciation of the …
UW president says academic freedom has not been sacrificed in exchange for state and private funding for UW facilities and programs focused on energy.
Lawmakers are selling the school’s academic freedom to the energy industry. They need to back off.
Lawmakers and faculty discussed the University of Wyoming College of Law, and expressed hope for a new era of cooperation after last fall’s chaos.
The culmination of 40-year water adjudication case sets the legal framework for an uncertain water future.
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.
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