Winter blast chills WESTI Ag Days attendance

Temperatures approaching minus 30 degrees clipped attendance at Wyoming Extension’s Strategically and Technologically Informative Ag Days in Worland February 4-5. UW Extension educators and specialists and other resource experts presented more than 30 sessions.  

Agroecology at University of Wyoming 20 years and growing

Twenty years ago the University of Wyoming’s College of Agriculture rolled out a new interdisciplinary undergraduate major and put a new idea on the forefront – agroecology. The program combines agronomy and ecology and focuses on the dynamic picture of today’s agriculture including plant and…

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UW biomechanics research draws scientist early career award

Work in the biomechanics of cell division and the cell biology of cancer has earned Assistant Professor Jay Gatlin in the Department of Molecular the Early Career Achievement Award from the Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station (AES). He received the honor February 12 during the AES…

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Celebrating 20

Past and current agroecology faculty members discussed the origins of the program and past and current students offered why they choose to pursue agroecology degrees at sessions recognizing the program’s 20-year anniversary at UW. The panelists were featured at February 14 and February 21 Department…

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