Wyoming and the western U.S. enjoy an unparalleled richness of natural resources,
and we face many complex challenges regarding the management of those resources. This
complexity provides an opportunity for our faculty, students, and staff to work with
partners to learn about issues, to bring knowledge to bear on those issues, and to
facilitate collaborative decision making.
Our Academic Programs educate tomorrow’s professionals through innovative and interdisciplinary teaching.
The Ruckelshaus Institute promotes shared solutions by conducting and communicating relevant research and supporting
WCC members learn firsthand the complexity involved with current natural resource management
decisions in Wyoming through AmeriCorps service.
The Haub School is housed in the LEED Gold certificated Bim Kendall House, located
one block west of the UW campus in Laramie. The house is a 1954 prairie-style building
purchased with a generous contribution made by Bim and Donald Kendall. The Haub School
remodeled the house and built on an addition. Our upgrades to the house were completed
with sustainable building practices in mind. Read more >
As we have grown and built up our team of staff, faculty, and researchers, we've spread
out to now five buildings across the University of Wyoming campus. Many of our faculty
have offices in Ross Hall and several researchers are now located in the Beta House.
Find the Wyoming Conservation Corps in the WCC House and members of the Monteith Shop
in the Bureau of Mines. View a campus map >
University of WyomingBim Kendall House804 E Fremont StLaramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-5080Fax: (307) 766-5099Email: firstname.lastname@example.org