Sara joined Townsquare Media in November 2016. She graduated from Wheatland High School in 2011. In May 2016, she graduated from the University of Wyoming with degrees in Journalism and Global Studies. She has two dogs and enjoys hiking, traveling and reading.
UW Trustees Delay Vote on Regulation Changes
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will delay making changes to a number of UW regulations until their regular meeting in July
UW Trustees to Vote on Cybersecurity Certificate Program
A new cybersecurity certificate could be available to students in Fall 2018, pending the approval of the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees.
WYDOT Begins Snow Removal on Seasonally-Closed Roads
WYDOT is working to reopen WYO 130 over the Snowy Range and will soon begin work on WYO 70 over Battle Pass.
UW Chef Wins Silver Medal in Regional Culinary Challenge
Chef Mathew Branson won a third place silver medal in the National Association of College and University Food Services Culinary Challenge on March 20th in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Laramie Auto Shop Receives Environmental Stewardship Award
A Laramie auto repair shop has received an award from the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality for their efforts to reduce the environmental impact of their business.
UW VP for Administration Finalists to Present on Campus this Week
The University of Wyoming has identified the finalists for the position of vice president for administration at UW and will be welcoming them to campus beginning Friday, April 27 to give public presentations.
GOP Delegate Cited for Carrying Gun on UW Campus
One person was cited by University of Wyoming Police at the Wyoming State Republican Convention on Friday, for open-carrying a gun on the UW campus.
Lawsuit Against ACSD No. 1 Dismissed
According to documents filed in U.S. District Court on April 18, both ACSD No. 1 and the plaintiff, a former Albany County resident, filed for the lawsuit to be dismissed with prejudice – meaning the lawsuit is permanently dismissed and can’t be brought back to court.
UW to Begin Search for New College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Dean
The University of Wyoming will begin a nationwide search for a new dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources after longtime Dean Frank Galey announced his retirement.
UW Seeks Input on Engagement Task Force Draft Report
The University of Wyoming is seeking input on the UW Engagement Task Force’s recently completed draft report and has scheduled a listening session to gather comments.