Diana Denison

Office Associate

Phone: 307-766-4240
Email: ddenison@uwyo.edu  

Following the completion of her Master's Degree in Economics, Diana Denison took a position as an analyst at the Solar Energy Research Institute (now the National Renewable Energy Laboratory) in Colorado. She taught at a number of Denver-area colleges before joining the faculty at Red Rocks Community College where she served as Department Chair and on the E-Learning Advisory Board.

After moving to Wyoming, Diana Denison surveyed for a local policy center, taught on-line for the University of Wyoming and in the classroom for Laramie County Community College / Albany County Campus.

Diana Denison enjoys spending most of her free time in the mountains; hiking with her family, skiing and her new favorite: rock climbing (after Leadership Laramie showed her the ropes!).

Wyoming Through Listeners’ Eyes! 

Congratulations to this year’s Wyoming Public Media Photo Contest winners!

We were lucky to receive over a hundred and fifty photo entries from all over Wyoming. The winners were chosen by listeners who voted for their favorite in each category, Wyoming’s Nature,  Wyoming's People, and Only in Wyoming. We have posted the Top four winners in each category below.

Gabriel started taking photos about two years ago when he purchased a film camera at a garage sale in Lander, where he grew up and currently resides. He bought a digital camera this spring and brings it everywhere. He enjoys camping and the outdoors where most of his pictures are taken. He believes that Wyoming is a beautiful place and should be enjoyed as well as captured through photography. 


John Hebberger-'Teton Reflections'

Wyoming Through Listeners’ Eyes!

Congratulations to this year’s Wyoming Public Media Photo Contest winners!

To see more winning pictures, click here. (4 winners in each category)

Wyoming Public Media

Wyoming through listeners’ eyes!

View the Winners by Clicking Here!

Thank you for your photos! Thank you for your votes! Photos submitted through Sun. Oct. 7. Voting through Tue. Oct. 9.