“It was such an honor to present the RISE award to both Gen and Dawndrea as they are both true hunger heroes in Wyoming,” the First Lady said. “I am inspired by their devotion and commitment to Wyoming families by ensuring that no child in Wyoming went hungry.”
“Freedom is always a cause for celebration and this is a momentous day in our nation’s history. I encourage people to observe this commemoration of the full enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, which embodies the values of all Americans,” Governor Gordon said.
The Wyoming Advanced Blockchain Laboratory (WABL) in UW’s Department of Computer Science has not only minted its first block on the Cardano network -- it has minted 121 blocks and counting as of June 15, ramping up its services as Cardano stake pool operators.
As part of UW President Ed Seidel’s restructuring of the university to achieve greater effectiveness and success, UW Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Kevin Carman will hold the title of executive vice president for academic affairs and provost.
Going into restrictions is not taken lightly by the Forest Service. Restrictions are necessary due to dry fuel conditions, persistent fire weather patterns, and the danger of human-caused wildfires from recreation usage across the Forests and Grassland.
A Laramie business that originated at the University of Wyoming has received a $200,000 U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant to develop and commercialize instrumentation platforms for the nondestructive manipulation and analysis of micro- and nano-sized materials.
A Laramie business that originated at the University of Wyoming has received a $200,000 U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant to develop and commercialize instrumentation platforms for the non-destructive manipulation and analysis of micro- and nano-sized materials.
Making smart choices when we spend time hiking in the mountains or swimming in a lake or pool can help anyone avoid catching or spreading illnesses associated with water, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Rural Business-Cooperative Service Administrator Karama Neal today unveiled a new grant program to help rural communities create good-paying jobs and support new business opportunities in high-growth fields.
The data include enrollment at UW and throughout the state via distance education; alumni totals; local educational programs and projects; local economic impact; and student financial aid and employment numbers.
“These grants demonstrate our steadfast commitment to keeping equity at the center of everything we do,” said CDC Director Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH. “They are an important step in our unwavering efforts to strengthen our communities’ readiness for public health emergencies—and to helping everyone in America have equal opportunities for health.”
“These are dollars borrowed by Congress from many generations yet to come, and if we are going to use them, in my mind, those future generations that will be paying for them must also benefit from them,” Gov. Gordon said. “ARPA funds, if we are to use them, must be for the greater benefit of Wyoming citizens, not for a few shiny distractions.”