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Wed June 23, 2004
Dubois Says Academic Plan Will Make Improvements
Laramie, Wy –
University of Wyoming officials have released their latest academic plan as they continue to try and move the school forward. U-W President Phil Dubois says they are focusing on some key issues, such as the Graduate programs. He says they are undersubscribed and need attention. Dubois also wants an examination on the curriculum, so that students can finish in four years. He also wants another look at long range enrollment planning. The plan also guides U-W in economic development efforts.