Jambo, my name is Jasper and I am a Red Lodge, MT native. Obviously hailing from MT, I do not often greet folks with a friendly jambo, which is Swahili for “hello,” however, I just returned from an African adventure through UW’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Plant Science department. I may have only … Read moreAfrica!
The Code of the West If you don’t know James P. Owen’s take on “The Code of the West” from his boo Cowboy Ethics, I would highly recommend taking a look at it. Not only does it apply to cowboys and ranching, but also to us as Wyoming Cowboys. In fact, I have a magnet with … Read moreCode of the West
Hello! My name is Wade Allnutt and I am from Walden, Colorado about an hour southwest of Laramie. I grew up on a ranch and hope to one day own/operate my own ranch. My course of study at the University of Wyoming has been Ag Business with an Animal Science minor. I work at the … Read moreEnd of the Semester
Hey everyone! My name is Kailey Barlow and although this is only my third year at UW, I have senior credit standing and am looking forward to graduating in December of 2012. I am originally from Big Piney, Wyoming where I grew up on a cattle ranch. With that being said, agriculture has always been … Read moreYou Can Make A Difference
In the summer of 2011, I was able to participate in a faculty-led study abroad tour in the Middle East. I travelled to Israel, Egypt, and Jordan to primarily study religion, but also learned about nutrition in the Middle East. This trip has been a highlight of my life, with many memories, new friends, knowledge … Read moreBeyond the Classroom Study Abroad Grant