A University of Wyoming program that has helped find solutions to natural resource challenges is being retooled to work with Wyoming communities in an effort to boost the state’s tourism economy.
The University of Wyoming’s Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) has launched an online platform to connect entrepreneurs across Wyoming and beyond.
Budding entrepreneurs across Wyoming will have access to experienced mentors through a new network being launched by the Wyoming Business Council (WBC) and the University of Wyoming’s Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE).
Those “kneading” bread making immersion this summer can participate in a two-part series in Cody and Worland utilizing Wyoming-grown first grains.
With new coursework and an improved curriculum, the University of Wyoming is relaunching its cross-campus entrepreneurship minor, open to all non-College of Business majors, and its entrepreneurship major for College of Business students starting this fall.
Katie Li-Oakey knew her coal conversion technology was solid, but getting positive feedback from some of the top venture capitalists in a national competition provided even more validation.
As Wyoming’s flagship and land-grant university, the University of Wyoming has the responsibility to serve the state’s people by providing outstanding educational opportunities; conducting cutting-edge research to address the state’s challenges; and engaging with Wyoming communities to sustain and improve our quality of life.
Jack Mason aims to impact future generations as chief operating officer of UW’s Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Rile Chair of Entrepreneurship and Leadership Patrick Kreiser believes everyone can benefit from entrepreneurship.
The Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship ushers in a new era for students and innovators across the state.
From food to fashion, research to tech, UW students have great ideas to power the future.
Thanks to UW, Wyoming businesses are getting the help they need to succeed.
The planned Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship will work with existing programs to promote entrepreneurship in students, faculty members and people across the state.
A successful businessman who has personally founded multiple companies and helped establish many more has been hired to serve as chief operating officer of the University of Wyoming’s new Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE).
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