As the leader of the only four-year university in the Cowboy State, University of Wyoming Acting President Neil Theobald feels an obligation to help lead the state through a period of tremendous uncertainty. And, despite UW moving to remote learning for the remainder of the semester amid a worldwide pandemic, administration and staff remain busy doing their part to help the state in its battle against COVID-19.

A number of UW programs and groups have contributed to the state’s response in battling COVID-19 in a plethora of ways, whether it be collecting necessary supplies, providing in-person assistance at clinics or just being a shoulder to figuratively lean on. Among the ways UW is helping the community are:

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