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UW Releases More Information on Its Mask Mandate
The University of Wyoming has put out more information regarding the mask mandate for indoor spaces this fall semester.
With some exceptions, masks are required inside most University of Wyoming buildings where 6-foot social distancing isn’t possible through at least September 20, und…
IMPACT 307 Hosting Webinar August 25
IMPACT 307 will be hosting “Intellectual Property Considerations for Startups,” a new “Lunch and Learn” series webinar event on Wednesday, August 25, from noon-1 pm.
Antoinette Tease, a registered patent attorney in Montana, will present the web…
Anglers Asked to Adjust Practices Due to Heat
Due to high air temperatures and drought conditions causing streams and rivers to flow with less water and at warmer water temperatures, anglers are asked to modify their fishing practices.
Warmer water temperatures can affect fish survival, especially trout, who experience increased mortality at pro…
Gov. Gordon Uphold Partnership with JCOAL
Governor Mark Gordon is continuing the State of Wyoming's partnership with the Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL) in a collaborative effort to promote and strengthen the coal industry.
The two entities renewed an MOU in July. The collaboration includes work to develop a Carbon Capture Utilization …
UW Plans New School of Computing
The University of Wyoming has begun planning for a new School of Computing, following action by the UW Board of Trustees Wednesday.
Recently, the board approved the UW administration’s notice of intent to develop the new academic unit, which would infuse computation, and digital and d…
UW Law Library Recognized with Award
The George W. Hopper Law Library in the University of Wyoming’s College of Law has been recognized with the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Excellence in Community Engagement Award for a program that was developed to provide legal research training to librarians thr…
Seven More COVID Related Deaths Confirmed in Wyoming
The Wyoming Department of Health announced on Thursday that seven more coronavirus related deaths have been confirmed in the state.
The following deaths were confirmed.

a Crook County man died late last month in another state, where he likely contracted the virus
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