What you're discussing today could be a perfect complement not only to the proposed energy school but also to the Ruckelshaus Institute and Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, and other ongoing university initiatives, by linking the College of Business and high-level business executives.
As envisioned, the proposed energy school will bring together the scientific, engineering and economic disciplines at UW to focus on teaching and research related to the state's energy infrastructure.
Pride, precision and perfect product.
When you work for a university, it is difficult to contemplate a time when a parking facility would trump an academic building.
That's consistent with the demographics in the state of Wyoming right now. We have entered into a period which may play out for the next 12 to 13 years, where there will be a decline in high school (graduates).
I'm just pleased that we have a decision and I have the ability to get back to work.
We dare to compare.
At the time we wrote the letter.
It looks like everything is in place.