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Wyoming is a rangeland state, known for its vast expanses of public lands and rich agricultural history. It’s no surprise that the state’s only four-year university is home to one of the top rangeland ecology and management programs in the country.

Whether students are interested in pursuing a career in land management or returning home to the family ranch, the Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management Program sets them up for success.

“If I had to do it over again, I’d do the exact same thing, because there’s a lot of opportunities with this degree,” says Jason Pindell, a REWM alum and rangeland management specialist for the US Forest Service.

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UW Selects Top First-Year Course Instructors

Thirty-six University of Wyoming instructors who inspire excitement, inquiry, and autonomy in first-year courses are this year’s Promoting Intellectual Engagement (PIE) Award recipients, including four instructors from the College of Agriculture, Life Sciences and Natural Resources.

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