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  • Thursday October 13, 2011
  • Delicious Food to Raise Thousands: Bunnery Benefit

    Tony Labbé runs The Bunnery with energy and enthusiasm. Sipping a 5-shot latte – only one shot caffeinated – he troubleshoots a technology hang up while simultaneously inspecting a pan of fresh pastries. Tony brings that same enthusiasm and energy to The Bunnery Benefit fundraiser
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  • The Art of Listening

    “Alright, 10 more seconds!” I shout back to the bus of excited 7th graders. The bus erupts into a crescendo of laughter, singing, and incomprehensible noise. 10 more seconds to be noisy and loud before total silence during our evening with the elk. “9, 8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1! Quiet!” The bus
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  • Faculty Publishes Place-Based Writing

    Understanding our Place, Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, is one of our goals here in the Graduate Program. However, many of us have come from different Places and understanding those homes – the geology, flora, fauna, history, economy, and neighbors – is vital.
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  • 3rd Wyoming Youth Congress on Children and Nature

    The 3rd Wyoming Youth Congress on Children & Nature and the first Junior Leadership Wyoming program will kick off on October 27 - 30, 2011. The Wyoming Youth Congress is an event that brings together two 8th graders - a boy and a girl - from each school district in Wyoming. The 8th graders
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  • Teaching Innovation

    “It is not working” “The wheel is not spinning” “Why not?” “I do not know” “Let’s try…” And the conversation continued. Another year of robotics has started for our robotics team. This robotics challenge, presented to thousands of students around the globe, has no one correct answer, but
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  • Pika Party at Ignight: Support Pika Research

    On Tuesday, October 25 from 5:30 - 8:30 PM, Ignight in Jackson will generously donate 10% of food and beverage purchases to Teton Science Schools’ Pika Research Project. Together with the Meg & Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund, Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation, Nature Mapping Jackson Hole
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