In September 2019, the University of Wyoming investigated a top administrator. The process mirrored the inquiry that led to the ouster of former president Laurie Nichols
With Wind River Indian Reservation communities particularly vulnerable to the outbreak, officials acted early to implement stringent orders and healthcare adaptations that go beyond much of the rest of Wyoming.
A young couple mobilizes an effort on the Wind River Reservation to deliver goods to 300 families whose members are vulnerable to COVID-19.
University hired private attorneys in attempt to block the release of records outlining the board of trustees’ investigation into Nichols.
Ex-trustees question the UW Board of Trustees’ decision not to give former president Laurie Nichols a chance to respond to allegations. The board chairman calls on Wyoming to move on.