A crew works to repair a damaged gas main in an industrial area. Wyoming’s system for preventing damage to underground infrastructure due to excavation will be enhanced by a new road-mapping project that will establish a computer system for the automated collection, normalization and publication of Wyoming’s geospatial roads data. (Questar Photo)

Road-Mapping Project Will Help Prevent Damage from Digging

(Laramie, Wyo.) – Wyoming contractors, utilities, governments and members of the public will have access to detailed, computerized information about the state’s roads as a result of a grant awarded to One-Call of Wyoming (OCW) in conjunction with the Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center (WyGISC) at the University of Wyoming.

Students participating in the Healthcare Careers Summer Camp enjoy themselves at the University of Wyoming. Between May and July, UW will engage more than 700 Wyoming students in interactive and meaningful STEM experiences through residential programs and statewide workshops.

UW STEM Opportunities Abound for Wyoming Students This Summer

(Laramie, Wyo.) — Approximately 700 middle and high school students — representing all 23 Wyoming counties — will engage in diverse STEM experiences at the University of Wyoming May through July. These programs are designed to inspire Wyoming’s youth to further pursue interests in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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Lander student joins UW’s Singing Statesmen on tour of Northwest

(Laramie, Wyo.) — The University of Wyoming’s Singing Statesmen have been selected to sing Feb. 14 at the 2015 National Association for Music Education Northwest Division conference in Spokane, Wash. Leading up to that event, the group will tour several communities to conduct a series of concerts and clinics.

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UW Study: Many religious people view science favorably, but reject certain scientific theories

(Laramie, Wyo.) – A new study by a University of Wyoming professor finds that many U.S. adults — approximately one in five — are deeply religious, know a lot about science, and support many practical uses of science and technology in everyday life, but reject scientific explanations of creation and evolution.