People

  • Cultural Affairs Volunteer - HumaNature

    Ashton was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, and received a B.S. in environmental science and journalism. After moving eight times within a span of four years, she decided to settle in Laramie to pursue an M.A. in communication and...

  • Ranch Breakfast Host

    Kelli Trujillo came to Wyoming for graduate school, and earned both MS and PhD degrees in geology and paleontology from the University of Wyoming. She loved Wyoming so much she decided to stay, and now works as a consulting...

  • Wyoming Sounds host

    Nicholas John Hudson is a junior at UW who majors in Communication, and is very passionate about music. He plays guitar and provides backing vocals for the Laramie band Not My Weekend, and produces electronic music as !mAsK!<...

  • Wyoming Sounds Host

    Sharon Martinson specializes in playing American Folk for Wyoming Sounds. A touring musician herself, she leads The Littlest Birds with her flock of banjos.  Dr. Martinson is also a visiting scholar & research ecologist at Dartmouth College...

  • Cultural Affairs Volunteer and Part-Time News Reporter

    Taylar Dawn Stagner is from Riverton, Wyoming and is Northern Arapahoe and Eastern Shoshone. A graduate of the undergraduate American Studies program, Taylar is accustomed to working at the intersections of activism, art, and academia. She was...

  • Cultural Affairs Volunteer—Spoken Words

    Tayo and his cat Augie come from the northern plains of North Dakota. As an adventurer, trail runner, bikepacker, and scavenger, he is loving life in Laramie. Most recently an associate professor of philosophy at Bismarck State...