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Learning the uniqueness of Wyoming

UW president reflects on first two years at the helm of state's lone university

 

May 24, 2018

Karla Pomeroy

University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols (left) visits with UW Trustee David Bostrom of Worland and Mike Robinson of Ten Sleep, a UW alumni, during an open house Wednesday in Worland. Nichols later spoke at the Worland Rotary Club.

WORLAND - Two years ago University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols made her first visit to Worland, shortly after being hired as the 26th president of the university. Wednesday she made a return visit and reflected on what she has learned in her first two years.

Sitting down for an interview before an open house with Worland area residents at the Worland Community Center Wednesday morning, Nichols said working at UW has, for the most part, been what she has expected, but there have been few surprises or "learning experiences" along the way.

"It has been what I expected in that I expecte...



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