About the UW School of Energy Resources

The vision of the School of Energy Resources is to ensure that Wyoming fulfills its promise to be a global leader in building a secure and sustainable energy future. SER promotes the development of the human resources and know-how required to solve critical energy challenges faced by society.  We strengthen the significant talent and resources at the University of Wyoming and promote interdisciplinary academic, research, and outreach programs in engineering, science, economics, and environmental policy to achieve our vision.


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UW Students Teach Outdoor Science to Youngsters in Medicine Bow, Hanna
SER alumnus Aron Anderson explained how wind farms work and why they are important to grade school students.

Energy MBA Courses Offered at UW This Fall
ly 16, 2013 — This fall marks the inaugural semester of Energy MBA courses at the University of Wyoming College of Business.

Students Explore Science Concepts at UW Energy Summer Institute

June 21, 2013 — How much weight can a cockroach pull, and how much strength does it take to pull a marshmallow apart?

Those were among the questions explored by students attending the annual Energy Summer Institute, sponsored by the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources and taught by fellows in UW’s Science Posse program. The weeklong science camp is designed to ignite students' imagination related to challenging energy problems facing the world. Participating students are incoming sophomores and juniors in high school. Read more

UW Education Helps Pioneering Student Land Job in Energy Industry
May 9, 2013 — Carla Moss was a student in an energy exploration class at Riverton High School in 2009 when she heard a presentation about a new degree program at the University of Wyoming by UW School of Energy Resources Director Mark Northam and Deputy Director of Energy Outreach Mary Byrnes.  Read more