Information from Wyoming ranchers and other agricultural sectors molded a new ranch management and leadership program being launched this winter in the College of Agriculture
It’s not that professors in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wyoming are involved in money laundering, but they are — sort of.
Economists Chian Jones Ritten and Chris Bastian, and their partner, Professor Emeritus Owen Phillips in the College of Business, shouldn’t have to worry about FBI agents bearing handcuffs on the UW campus this holiday season.
But policymakers directing money laundering enforcement might be interested in the three’s research into the best ways to reduce illegal trade.
Their findings, published in the research journal PLOS One in November, suggests concentrating law enforcement efforts at the point of sale is more effective to reduce illegal market activity than seizing laundered profits. Their article, “The relative effectiveness of law enforcement policies aimed at reducing illegal trade: Evidence from Laboratory markets” is at https://bit.ly/illegal-markets.
The launch of a long-awaited biosafety laboratory at the University of Wyoming this month will enable scientists to investigate deadly biological agents, including the bacteria
Two University of Wyoming agroecology majors are using free satellite images to help knock out musk thistle strangling rangeland productivity and to scrutinize the effects
A professor whose teaching and research focus on reclamation issues has been noted as having state and international significance has received a lifetime teaching honor
UW part of $19 million research project to understand how range management affects soil health, producer well-being
The University of Wyoming is among an international coalition that announced a $19 million research project aimed at understanding how a farmer’s or a rancher’s
University of Wyoming scientists are a part of a multi-state team launching research into perennial forage systems and help promote their adoption. UW will serve