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University of Wyoming

Academic Programs

Provides details about the 80 undergraduate and 95 graduate academic programs available. Includes majors, class schedules, school catalog and accreditation information.

Agricultural Experiment Station

Conducts fundamental and applied research on agricultural, natural, and community resource issues related to the current and future needs of Wyoming, the region, the nation, and the world.

Air Force ROTC

An educational program designed to give men and women the opportunity to become an Air Force officer while completing a degree.

Alumni Association

Helps alumni and friends stay involved with the university, sharing with them the university’s direction and aspirations and engaging them in order to attain those aspirations.

American Heritage Center

University of Wyoming's repository of manuscript collections, rare books, and University archives.

Associated Students Technical Services

Exist to serve the technical needs for performances, conferences, and other programs hosted by the University of Wyoming and its students.

AWARE Program

Promotes the message of personal wellness via guidance, education, research, and collaboration focused on healthy choices about the use of alcohol and other drugs.

Biodiversity Institute

Seeks to promote research, education, and outreach concerning the study of living organisms in Wyoming and beyond.

Biology Degree Program

Designed to provide a thorough foundation in biology and other supporting areas of science and mathematics, while providing maximum flexibility and student choice.

Cent$ible Nutrition Program

A free cooking and nutrition program offering interactive classes where students can learn about cooking, food, health, and budgeting.

Center for Photoconversion & Catalysis

Promotes and supports photoconversion and catalysis research at the University of Wyoming as well as creating and supporting educational opportunities with renewable energy-related content.

Chinese Language and Culture

Offers an innovative Chinese language curriculum with a wide range of classes in Chinese, from beginning to advanced levels; business Chinese, Chinese film, and culture classes are offered as well.

Chinese Students and Scholars Association

A non-profit and non- political student organization run by volunteers elected every year and membership is open to everyone at University of Wyoming.

Club Sports Program

Provides students the opportunity to participate in competitive sport clubs against intercollegiate teams, with an emphasis on student leadership, development, and involvement.

College of Education Graduate Programs

Offering high quality graduate programs that provide students with the knowledge and skill necessary to become educational leaders within their areas of specialization and expertise.

Cowboy Connect

Group of events organized to welcome students to the University of Wyoming.

Cowboy Parents

Offers ways for families of UW students to get involved and stay connected and informed about what is going on at UW.

Creative Writing Program

An intensive two-year studio degree in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.

Curriculum and Instruction PhD Program in Science Education

Prepares students for productive careers in scholarly inquiry at research and outreach centers and universities.

Dean of Students Office

Provides assistance, training, and education for individual students, student groups, and the university community to help students to succeed academically, develop personally, and become contributing and engaged members of our campus and community.

Department of English

Degree programs include an undergraduate major, minors in Literary Studies and Professional Writing, and a Master of Arts in English.

Department of Religious Studies

Offers a range of courses in the academic study of religions.

Department of Theatre and Dance

Promotes the advancement, practice, and understanding of the theatre and dance arts.

Disability Studies Minor

Examines disability issues from multiple lenses such as the nature, meanings, and consequences of disability from interrelated social, historical, cultural, and political perspectives.

Discovery Days

Free Saturday events designed to introduce prospective students and parents to the UW experience in a group setting.

Early Care and Education Center

A state of the art facility serving families of the University of Wyoming as well as the Laramie community. Administered by the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, it is also works in partnership with the College of Education.

Economics & Finance

From undergraduate studies to PhDs, UW offers economics degree and finance degree programs that provide students with the academic background that enables them to succeed in a variety of career options.

Elementary & Early Childhood Education Department

Provides NCATE accredited programs for students leading to K-6 teaching certification, teaching endorsements, and graduate degrees in Curriculum and Instruction.

Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning

Promotes, supports and evaluates the active pursuit of teaching and learning excellence for UW's teaching community through a broad range of research-based programs, services and resources.

Energy Summer Institute

A six-day academic camp designed to fire-up your imagination related to energy-related challenges facing the world.

English Language Center

Serves the University of Wyoming community with a full-time Intensive English-as-a-Second-Language Program, short-term English study-tours, and ESL professional development.

Experimental Program To Stimulate Competitive Research

A program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support researchers, students, and institutions in Wyoming by building a robust and diverse research educational infrastructure in the state by supporting and facilitating programs.

Family Medicine Residency Program at Casper

Provides a full-spectrum family medicine to people of all ages.

Frison Institute

Enhances and promotes the department of anthropology’s research and educational programs.

GEAR UP Wyoming

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) is a federally-funded, statewide grant in Wyoming that provides services to 2,000 7th-12th grade, income-eligible students each year.

Glenn "Red" Jacoby Golf Course

Located 7,220 feet above sea level and measures 6,855 yards to play. Home to the UW Men's and Women's golf teams.

Graduate Programs in Education with Specialization in Curriculum & Instruction

Collaborative graduate programs made of faculty from the departments of Educational Studies, Elementary and Early Childhood Education, and Secondary Education.

Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources

Advances the understanding and resolution of complex environmental and natural resources challenges.

International Students and Scholars

Provides information of interest to international students and scholars, whether they are new, currently enrolled at UW, or alumni.

International Students Association

Established to bring together the diverse international community at UW.

Junior Science and Humanities Symposium for Wyoming and Eastern Colorado

Funded by the Army, Navy and Air Force of the United States of America in order to encourage high school students, grades 9 to 12, to enter college level studies in science and engineering.

Master of Public Administration

A professional degree for those who seek leadership positions in public service.

Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Program

Consists of coordinated concentrations in the member departments of chemical and petroleum engineering, chemistry, electrical and computer engineering, environmental engineering, geology and geophysics, mechanical engineering, and physics.

McNair Scholars Program

Prepares undergraduate students from groups traditionally underrepresented in graduate education for success in doctoral degree programs.

MILAAP - Indian Students Organization

An organization that aims to inculcate, diversify and promote the rich culture and heritage of India within the Laramie and university community.

Multicultural Student Leadership Initiative

A leadership training program for students who support diversity and want to make a difference during their time at UW.

Museum Studies

The Museum Studies minor introduces undergraduates to the history, theory, and practice of museums and collections.

NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center

Provides advanced computing services to scientists studying a broad range of disciplines, including weather, climate, oceanography, air pollution, space weather, computational science, energy production, and carbon sequestration.

Office of Institutional Analysis

Serves as a reliable source for comprehensive and authoritative information about the University and supports planning and management by providing high quality information to University leadership charged with developing and implementing policy.

PhD in Curriculum Studies

Offers advanced coursework for educational professionals interested in pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy whose advanced study might someday lead them to research-oriented careers, primarily working in university settings.

Pokes' Spokes Bike Library

Encourages alternative means of transportation on the UW–Laramie campus and in the Laramie community by providing a cost-effective and environmentally friendly incentive for people to commute by bicycle.

Program in Ecology Graduate Degree

Provides students with advanced, integrated training in the science of ecology.

Rainbow Resource Center

Provides a safe and supportive place for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, questioning, and queer individuals and their families and friends.

Rodeo Team

Competes in the Central Rocky Mountain Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.

Roy J. Shlemon Center for Quaternary Studies

A cross-disciplinary intellectual community focused on using the rich geological, fossil and archeological record of the Quaternary Period to learn about how the Earth’s environment changes and how such changes affect natural resources, such as water and forests, and societies.

Ruckelshaus Institute

Advances the understanding and resolution of complex environmental and natural resources challenges and supports stakeholder-driven solutions to environmental challenges by conducting and communicating relevant research and promoting collaborative decision making.

Science and Mathematics Teaching Center

Functioning as an interdisciplinary collaboration between the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences, the SMTC facilitates professional development that support educators in Wyoming and across the United States.

Shepard Symposium on Social Justice

Spotlights contemporary inequities in order to promote transformative leaning and engagement in the pursuit of justice.

Stable Isotope Facility

Provides quality isotopic analyses for the research community at UW and researchers world-wide.

STOP Violence Program

Provides support and information to the University of Wyoming community regarding sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.

Student Educational Opportunity

A unique department within the Division of Student Affairs hosting both campus-based programs and statewide outreach projects.

Tax Office

Provides tax guidance and support to the University of Wyoming community.

Teachers of American Indian Children

Certifies that those who complete its five specialized courses possess the attitudes, knowledge, and competence necessary to effectively teach American Indian Children.

Telecommunications & Systems Services

Supports the educational, cultural, research, outreach, and student services missions of the University of Wyoming with quality voice and data telecommunications services.

University Counseling Center

Offers individual counseling, group counseling, outreach programming, and graduate training programs.

University Disability Support Services (UDSS)

Ensures successful access and services for students with disabilities.

University of Wyoming

Information on academics, admissions, athletics, campus life, research, and financial aid.

University of Wyoming Army ROTC

Browse for news, insights, current staff profiles, and other useful information about this program.

University of Wyoming Seed Analysis Laboratory

Funded by the State of Wyoming, and administered by the University of Wyoming to serve the seed testing needs of farmers, private and public seed buyers, seedsmen, the Wyoming Crop Improvement Association, University of Wyoming seed researchers, and the Wyoming Department of Agriculture.

University of Wyoming Symphony Orchestra

A 90-member ensemble playing the finest in orchestral repertoire.

UW Institutional Marketing

Exists to promote, enhance and protect the reputation of the University of Wyoming brand.

UW Neuroscience Program

An interdepartmental program with faculty from zoology and physiology, heath sciences, and veterinary sciences.

UWyo Magazine

Published three times a year as a partnership between UW Institutional Marketing and the UW Alumni Association.

Water Resources Data System

A clearinghouse of hydrological and climatological data for the State of Wyoming.

Water Resources/Environmental Science & Engineering (WRESE) PHD Program

Facilitates Ph.D.-level course offerings in water-related disciplines, and coordinates offerings of these courses.

Wellness Center

Includes services such as athletic training, personal training, and massage therapy.

Western Research Institute

A technology development center serving private clients, industry, and government with expertise in energy, environment, and highway materials.

Williams Conservatory

Home to over 500 tropical, neotropical, temperate and arid species from around the world.

Women's Center

Provides resources for women students and collaborates on women's leadership programs.

Wyoming 4-H

Assists youth in developing life skills that help them live productive and satisfying lives.

Wyoming Conservation Corps

Promotes individual development, stewardship, and education through localized national service.

Wyoming Cooperative Fish Wildlife Unit

Conducts ecological research to help better understand, manage, and conserve animal populations.

Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center (WyGISC)

Interdisciplinary research institute devoted to the development of geospatial information, technologies, and their applications in science, education, government, and business.

Wyoming Geriatric Education Center

Provides educational opportunities for Wyoming health care professionals who serve an aging population.

Wyoming Institute for Disabilities

Works to assist individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, professionals, and University of Wyoming students through education, training, community services, and early intervention.

Wyoming Institute for Humanities Research

Promotes, supports, and showcases humanities scholarship across the university and the state.

Wyoming Local Foods Project

Launched in January 2010 in an effort to improve relationships between consumers and producers of Wyoming foods.

Wyoming Natural Diversity Database

Offers the most complete source of data for species and vegetation communities of conservation concern in Wyoming.

Wyoming Public Radio

The state's only member of National Public Radio and an affiliate of Public Radio International and American Public Media.

Wyoming Research Scholars Program

A university-wide UW Science Initiative program that pairs undergraduate students with faculty mentors to participate in cutting-edge research starting as early as their freshman year.

Wyoming School IPM (Integrated Pest Management)

Uses knowledge of pest biology and multiple control tactics to provide the safest and least-cost control with minimal environmental impact.

Wyoming School-University Partnership

A statewide collaborative group of school districts, community colleges, the University of Wyoming, and state education organizations, working together to simultaneously improve teacher education and renew public schooling.

Wyoming Space Grant Consortium

Sponsors educational and research programs in the state of Wyoming in support of NASA's missions.

Wyoming State Science Fair

Provides a forum for Wyoming student scientists to conduct and share their original science, technology, engineering or math research.

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