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  1. U. of Wyoming Rejects Idea of Policy on Speakers

    The University of Wyoming is not going to adopt a policy on guest speakers, despite recent controversies involving some invited to the campus, The Star-Tribune reported. Some have suggested the university needs a policy in light of its decision to stop an appearance by William Ayers, the former ...

    Doug Lederman - Sep 17 2010

  2. U. of Wyoming Calls Off William Ayers Lecture

    called off talks by Ayers have cited safety issues, but Wyoming's announcement was unusual ...

    Doug Lederman - Mar 31 2010

  3. New Programs: Experimental Arts, Energy Technology, Biology

    Duke University is starting an M.F.A. in experimental and documentary arts. Northwest State Community College, in collaboration with the University of Toledo, is starting an associate degree in alternative energy technology. University of Wyoming is starting an M.A. program ...

    Scott Jaschik - Nov 22 2010

  4. Judge Rules U. of Wyoming Must Let Ayers Speak

    A federal judge on Tuesday ordered the University of Wyoming to let William Ayers speak on the campus today -- and to reverse a decision to bar him from appearing. The university originally cited political controversy over Ayers, a University of Illinois at Chicago education professor who ...

    Doug Lederman - Apr 28 2010

  5. New Presidents or Provosts: Central Carolina CC, Eastern Wyoming College, Gloucester County College, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Touro U., U. of South Carolina

    Thomas Armstrong, vice president for instructional services at Otero Junior College, in Colorado, has been named president of Eastern Wyoming College. Russell A. Davis, acting and interim president of Gloucester County College, in New Jersey, has been appointed to the job on a permanent ...

    Doug Lederman - Jul 25 2008

  6. 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

  7. Movers and Shakers: Hastings College of the Law, Ivy Tech CC-Lafayette, Knox College, Middlebury College, U. of Kentucky, U. of North Texas, U. of Wyoming

    as the Wyoming Excellence Spicer Distinguished Chair in Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming. Frank H. Wu, professor of law at Howard University, in Washington, D.C., has been selected ...

    Doug Lederman - Jan 13 2010

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

    and 40 percent, while Wyoming, another state with a small population of non-first-time students, has ...

    Jake New - Oct 7 2014

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

    for their strong public higher education systems. But other states on the list, such as Wyoming and Mississippi, ...

    Ry Rivard - Oct 29 2014

  10. Protests at Wyoming Over Naming Center for Cheney

    at the University of Wyoming. Should we subject potential donors and the purpose of their gift to public referendum? ...

    Doug Lederman - Sep 9 2009

  11. 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

  12. Wyoming Criticized by Lawmakers Over Partner Benefits

    Legislators are complaining about a University of Wyoming policy adopted in May to authorize administrators to issue vouchers for the health insurance for the domestic partners of employees, The Casper Star-Tribune reported. The policy approved by the university's board allows the vouchers ...

    Doug Lederman - Jul 6 2009

  13. Wyoming Poetry Professor Believed to Have Died in Japan

    Craig Arnold, an award-winning poet and professor at the University of Wyoming, is believed to have died on a Japanese island. Arnold, who was fascinated by and wrote about volcanoes, set off on a hike on April 27 and never returned, prompting extensive search efforts. Poets and English professors ...

    Doug Lederman - May 11 2009

  14. Wyoming Professor Disappears in Japan

    Authorities in Japan are searching for Craig Arnold,  an award-winning poet and assistant professor of English at the University of Wyoming. Arnold has been missing since Sunday, when he disappeared while visiting a volcano site on the island of Kuchinoerabu-jima. Arnold has been working ...

    Doug Lederman - May 1 2009

  15. Wyoming Toughens Up on Unaccredited

    Wyoming's Legislature approved legislation -- signed into law this month by Gov. Dave Freudenthal -- ...

    Doug Lederman - Mar 20 2006

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