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  1. Wyoming Catholic Won't Use Federal Aid or Loans

    Wyoming Catholic College announced last week that it will not participate in federal student aid or loan programs. The college, founded in 2005, achieved candidate status for accreditation last year, making it eligible to apply to participate in federal student aid programs. ...

    Scott Jaschik - Mar 2 2015

  2. Dean of the College of Business

    Sanjay Putrevu University of Wyoming Monday, March 2, 2015 Professor of marketing and associate dean of the School of Business University at Albany ...

    frontdesk - Mar 3 2015

  3. Distinguished Research Professor of Life Course Studies

    Peter Nathanielsz University of Wyoming Friday, January 23, 2015 Director of Center for Pregnancy and Newborn Research of health sciences center University of Texas at San Antonio ...

    frontdesk - Jan 23 2015

  4. Higher ed spending up in most states, but recession still stings

    Wyoming 6.0% Total 5.2% ...

    Ry Rivard - Jan 19 2015

  5. U. of Wyoming Didn't Ban Pledge of Allegiance

    The conservative airwaves and blogosophere were full of reports on Wednesday that the University of Wyoming had banned a veteran from reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at a student government meeting. One problem is that the story wasn't entirely accurate. What really happened ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jun 19 2014

  6. Report shows slowdown of tuition increases, education borrowing

    and tuition prices, but Alaska and Wyoming had the highest state appropriations per full-time student ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Nov 13 2014

  7. Panel criticizes ASA's Israel boycott at association's annual meeting

    leadership.” Eric Sandeen, professor and director of American studies at the University of Wyoming, also ...

    Colleen Flaherty - Nov 7 2014

  8. Massachusetts higher ed officials want a half billion dollars and better respect

    such as Wyoming and Mississippi, might not come immediately to mind as higher education destinations. Even ...

    Ry Rivard - Oct 29 2014

  9. Higher education on the ballot

    service at public colleges. A constitutional amendment in Wyoming would let the governor appoint people living outside of the state to serve as trustees of the University of Wyoming. Supports say ...

    Kaitlin Mulhere - Oct 10 2014

  10. Two-thirds of non-first-time students do not graduate

    behind with completion rates between 37 and 40 percent, while Wyoming, another state with a small ...

    Jake New - Oct 7 2014

  11. U. of Wyoming Academics Alarmed by Legislation

    University of Wyoming officials are speaking out against legislation that would require deans to meet twice a year with state legislators to discuss various issues, The Star-Tribune reported. Legislators say they want to work more closely with the university, but many academics believe ...

    Scott Jaschik - Feb 20 2014

  12. At Educause conference, Kuali leaders attempt to assure college leaders about shifts

    at Casper College, in Wyoming, said he was hopeful about Kuali’s new direction, but added that the company’s ...

    Carl Straumsheim - Oct 2 2014

  13. Essay on lessons to be learned by a very short presidency at U. of Wyoming

    and important. Sternberg’s asserted in an email to Inside Higher Ed that he had argued that if Wyoming “were ...

    Susan Resneck Pierce - Nov 22 2013

  14. Wyoming Trustees Appoint President, Bypassing Policy on Consultation

    The University of Wyoming's Board of Trustees on Thursday gave Interim President Richard McGinity the job on a permanent basis, seemingly bypassing a university bylaw requiring consultation with a faculty committee, the Casper Star-Tribune reported . McGinity has served as interim ...

    Doug Lederman - Jan 17 2014

  15. As state student aid spending plateaus, need-based grants get a boost

    2.993 7.036 130.863 Wyoming 15.470 ...

    Michael Stratford - Sep 15 2014

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