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CASPER, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming spurs about $130 million in economic activity and creates more than 2,200 jobs annually, according to a new report from the university's Office of Research and Economic Development.
A Board of Regents policy aimed at funding the state’s universities based on student enrollment has some asking regents to revisit the issue, saying it’s detrimental to the Montana University System and has created a costly recruiting war.
GREAT FALLS — The Montana Board of Regents has approved Montana State University’s plans to spend the first part of a $50 million gift from a private donor to plan and design a new College of Engineering building.
Amid a flurry of resignations and administrative turnover at the University of Wyoming, noted psychologist Bob Sternberg walked away from the office of the president less than five months after starting the job this year.
Forty University of Wyoming law students wrote to university leadership Monday, decrying a recent administrative decision to assemble a task force to review the College of Law.
HELENA — Montana State University is reporting record enrollment this fall, while the University of Montana has fewer students than a year ago.
The Montana Board of Regents announced a new $25 million grant for the state’s two-year colleges at its monthly meeting in Butte this morning.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — University of Wyoming President Bob Sternberg says progress is being made on filling vacancies in upper level administrative jobs at UW.
HELENA – A Darby man who’s a Montana State University graduate and an incoming law student at the University of Montana was appointed Friday as new student member of the Board of Regents, which oversees the Montana University System.
The University of Wyoming is in danger of sinking into mediocrity unless it continues to attract and retain the best faculty available, the retiring dean of the College of Arts and Sciences warned Saturday.
LARAMIE — Friends describe the late Tommy Thompson as the "perfect unsung ambassador" for the University of Wyoming, a man with a warm and infectious smile and a dedicated employee who worked hard to beautify his campus.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming will see money for new construction and a pay bonus for employees from the supplemental budget approved by the Legislature this winter.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- Trustees of the state's community colleges first learned they were included in House Bill 223 after reading a newspaper account about legislation making the University of Wyoming's presidential search secret.
The 2013 legislative session is an important time for Montanans who care about the price of enrolling their family members or themselves in college. Over the next four months, legislators and the governor will be working together on the state’s budget priorities for the next two years. The M…
CASPER, Wyo. -- Lawmakers filed several bills pertaining to education before the 2013 Wyoming Legislature convenes Tuesday.
LARAMIE — The University of Wyoming is offering a new undergraduate program in professional land management.
LARAMIE — Most University of Wyoming business and administrative offices will be closed Monday through Jan. 1 for the holidays and winter break.
CHEYENNE -- University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan made his case for a 3 percent pay raise for faculty and employees Tuesday afternoon before the state Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming is joining an alliance of states working to increase the number of students successfully completing college.
LARAMIE, Wyo. - University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan recently had a hand in helping shape a new report calling for more board oversight of college athletics.