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  1. U. of Mississippi Athletes Accused of Anti-Gay Heckling

    University of Mississippi officials are investigating an incident in which 20 or so football players and other athletes “from various sports” reportedly heckled theater students performing The Laramie Project, a play about the 1998 killing of the University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard, ...

    Allie Grasgreen - Oct 4 2013

  2. State higher ed funding rebounds but not yet to where it was before the recession

    -4.2% -13.8% -13.8% Wyoming -8.1% ...

    Ry Rivard - Jan 20 2014

  3. 2 Casper College Faculty Members Killed

    Chris Krumm, the son of a faculty member at Casper College, shot and killed his father with a bow and arrow on Friday while his father was teaching at the Wyoming institution, The Casper Star-Tribune. While the father -- Jim Krumm -- died from the wounds from that single shot, he struggled ...

    Scott Jaschik - Dec 3 2012

  4. Consumer Group Criticizes State Oversight of For-Profits

    that regulators are often understaffed, particularly in Delaware, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Washington and Wyoming ...

    Paul Fain - Dec 2 2011

  5. Impact of 2013 elections on higher education

    for Johnston Community College, The News & Observer reported. In Wyoming, voters approved $25 ...

    Scott Jaschik - Nov 5 2013

  6. State funding upturn: familiar pattern or newfound importance for higher ed

      Wyoming -6.0% Missouri -1.0%   48 ...

    Doug Lederman - Aug 22 2013

  7. Keeping a Report Under Wraps

    Laramie County Community College is refusing to release a report that may criticize the conduct of Darrel Hammon, the president, when he served as chaperone on a college-sponsored trip to Costa Rica, The Wyoming Tribune-Eagle reported. The college says that releasing the report could ...

    Doug Lederman - May 17 2010

  8. New Presidents or Provosts: Antioch U. Los Angeles, Cardiff U., Diablo Valley College, Lewis-Clark State College, Rosemont College, U. of Arkansas System

    Simone, vice president for academic affairs at Casper College, in Wyoming, has been hired as provost ...

    Doug Lederman - Aug 5 2011

  9. Essay on administrator job searches in higher education

    of Wyoming in the summer of 2013. EXECUTIVE POSITIONS ...

    Robert J. Sternberg - May 1 2013

  10. State appropriations for higher education up in 31 states, report says

    States such as Wyoming and North Dakota are seeing large increases driven by natural resource booms. ...

    Kevin Kiley - Jan 21 2013

  11. Under Fire, President Quits at Laramie County CC

    Darrel Hammon has resigned as president of Laramie County Community College amid criticism from some trustees and faculty members, The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported. Hammon was criticized in an internal report for mishandling the suicidal behaviors of a student on a 2008 trip ...

    Doug Lederman - Dec 1 2010

  12. State aid dollars increasingly awarded for merit as well as financial need

    Dakota, Wyoming and New Hampshire awarded aid solely on a non-need basis. The few major changes seen ...

    Kevin Kiley - Jul 15 2013

  13. Coach's shove of player renews debate about conduct of athletic officials

    this video of Dave Christensen, the University of Wyoming football coach, who was suspended for one game ...

    Scott Jaschik - Nov 26 2012

  14. Recent incidents point to challenges of community colleges in facing safety issues

    faculty members were killed at Casper College, a community college in Wyoming, by the son of one of them, ...

    Scott Jaschik - Apr 15 2013

  15. Division I Universities Plan Massive New Sports League

    Mississippi, Texas at El Paso, Tulsa and Wyoming. administrators institutionalfinance ...

    Doug Lederman - Feb 14 2012

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