A Smithsonian Museum on Main Street Exhibit
An exhibit exploring the forces and cultural elements that has affected our workforce over 150 years.
Homesteader Museum in Powell Wyoming until September 16th
Laramie County Library In Cheyenne Wyoming starting September 22nd
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July 27, 2017 JACKSON, WY — What’s Your Why? podcast (subscribe on iTunes, GooglePlay & Soundcloud) brings the people, stories and thoughts behind the amazing scholars at our events across Wyoming to anyone with an internet connection. Why do people do what they do?...read more
Last year, a study found that the number of bachelor’s degrees in the humanities had “declined 8.7 percent from 2012 to 2014, falling to the smallest number of degrees conferred since 2003 -- 106,869.” 8.7 percent over two years may not seem especially alarming, but...read more
Wyoming is known for wide-open spaces, particularly its national parks like Yellowstone and national monuments such as Devil’s Tower. The history of our landscape is an indelible part of the story of our state. However, there is another national designation that is...read more
In March, the Trump administration released the FY2017 budget, “America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again.” Although since rehashed, the initial budget proposed to cut what many people consider to be vital programs. One of the more alarming...read more
By Shannon Smith, Executive Director On June 12, newly elected U.S. Congressman from Montana, Greg Gianforte, was charged with misdemeanor assault and sentenced to community service and a $385 fine and 20 hours of anger management sessions after pleading guilty to...read more
The American Antiquities Act of 1906, is one of America’s most important conservation tools. An important achievement in the progress of land management and preservation efforts it provided the first general legal protection of cultural and natural resources in the...read more