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Thu April 7, 2005
Studying a Teton County Training Center and Business School
Laramie, WY – Committee work has started on studying a possible executive training center and graduate business school in Teton County. The feasibility study was approved by the Wyoming Legislature this year. The training center and graduate school would be affiliated with the University of Wyoming. And planners are consistently expressing their hope that this effort will not come at the expense of the University. Brent Hathaway is UW's College of Business Dean. He says the College of Business has initiated discussions with several consulting firms with expertise in executive training and graduate business programs. Hathaway believes a full range of options should be considered. He says that includes the possibility of not recommending such a facility.