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  1. Report Projects Impact of Possible New Recession on Public Institutions

    in the event of a recession before 2022: California, Florida, Nevada and Wyoming. Meanwhile, Nevada, New York ...

    Rick Seltzer - Dec 1 2016

  2. Winners of National Book Awards for 2016

    in residence at Vassar College, the University of Richmond and the University of Wyoming. U.S. ...

    Scott Jaschik - Nov 17 2016

  3. U of Wyoming Prepares for Big Cuts

    The University of Wyoming announced Friday that President Laurie Nichols plans to declare a financial crisis to speed the process of cuts that officials believe are necessary due to declines in state funding. Nichols plans to identify $19 million in cuts and $6 million in reallocations ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jun 20 2016

  4. Wyoming Faculty Senate Rejects Professor of Practice Track

    The University of Wyoming Faculty Senate voted down a controversial proposal for a new professor of practice faculty track last week, the Casper Star-Tribune reported. The measure failed 28 to 18. Donal O’Toole, professor of veterinary science, reportedly said the faculty opposed a new ...

    Colleen Flaherty - Apr 4 2016

  5. Professor Will Sue Over Release of Harassment Findings

    universities. Slater currently teaches at the University of Wyoming. He has denied any wrongdoing and said ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jun 24 2016

  6. Texas Tech President Resigns After Short Tenure

    a candidate for the presidency of the University of Wyoming during the 2015 search. The Laramie ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jan 11 2016

  7. How States Fare in Their Support of Public Higher Ed

    and the lowest cost share in Wyoming, at 15 percent. Among the more than 40 factors Young Invincibles ...

    Kellie Woodhouse - Jan 7 2016

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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

  11. 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

  12. After 4 Month Tenure, U. of Wyoming President Resigns

    in the administrative ranks is common when new presidents take over, the pace of change at Wyoming has been speedy ...

    Scott Jaschik - Nov 15 2013

  13. Too Much Turnover at U. of Wyoming?

    Turnover in the senior ranks at the University of Wyoming has increased substantially in the five months that Robert Sternberg has been president, The Casper Star-Tribune reported. Eleven deans or other administrators have resigned, a number at the request of Sternberg, and the departure ...

    Scott Jaschik - Nov 11 2013

  14. Does U. of Wyoming Need Out-of-State Trustees?

    Legislation proposed in Wyoming would expand the board of the University of Wyoming from 12 to 14, allowing the additional two board members to come from outside the state, The Casper Star-Tribune reported. Proponents say that there are loyal supporters of the university who no longer ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jan 8 2013

  15. Wyoming Fights Website Offering 'Degrees in a Day'

    Wyoming's attorney general has sued DegreeinaDay.com, which is based in Cheyenne, asking that it stop operating as an unaccredited institution, The Casper Star-Tribune reported. The site offered degrees in medicine, cosmetic dermatology, law and teaching based on life experience. ...

    Scott Jaschik - Jan 2 2013

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