More than $686 was raised for the Fremont County 4-H Program through two goat yoga classes Saturday in Lander.
University of Wyoming Extension Director Glen Whipple retired Monday, April 30, after 33 years in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. He was a faculty member, and head, of the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. A retirement program Friday, April 27, in the…
More than 1,500 people attended the annual all-day Garden Expo in Lander in April.
A partnership that provides private-market financial incentives to landowners for engaging in environmentally beneficial activities has been recognized with the University of Wyoming’s inaugural Marvin Millgate Excellence in Community Partnership Award.
The 5th Annual Kaleidoscope Fashion Show drew about 300 to the Union Ballroom April 21. Nine students took Assistant Professor Erin Irick’s one-credit course to learn to plan and manage the large-scale event, which included lights, sound, video, catering, 46 models and 59 looks (designs).
By Coach Jenny Ingwerson-Niemann, Department of Animal Science equine specialist The UW Horse Judging Team participated in the National Horse Judging Team Coaches Association Spring Horse Judging Contest in Oklahoma City on April 10. Team members were Hannah Jankovsky of Cheyenne; Emma Viellieu of Chicago,…
Sophia Kwende of Cameroon is the recipient of the Rosemarie Martha Spitaleri Award as the University of Wyoming’s outstanding graduating woman.
Tyler Shockley of Wheatland was among four finalists for the 2018 Tobin Memorial Award as the University of Wyoming’s outstanding graduating man.
Graduate student Austin Carey in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management received the Outstanding Master’s Thesis award for the University of Wyoming.
Katherine Jacobs, from Rock Springs, was among six finalists for the Rosemarie Martha Spitaleri Award as the University of Wyoming’s outstanding graduating woman.
Students in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources were recognized for their academic excellence during the Gamma Sigma Delta awards program in April on the UW campus.
Gregor Goertz and his wife, Cindy, received the Distinguished Service to Agriculture Award from Gamma Sigma Delta during its awards program in April at the University of Wyoming.
A former master’s student in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wyoming has received the prestigious Outstanding Master’s Thesis award from the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA).
Two molecular biology students tied for first place in the poster competition and another placed second in oral presentations at the American Society of Microbiology Tri-Branch meeting April 6-7 at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.