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Students Find the Path to Success Through Career Services

UM is committed to helping students find a career that fulfills their personal and professional goals. Career Services can help students select majors, review and revise resumes and learn the art of interviewing well. This week, Career Services hosts the Student Employment and Academic Enrichment Fair, where students seeking part-time work can connect with employers. Visit the Career Services website to learn more about the fair and the other assistance the office offers UM students.

Video: The Life of a Student Athlete: Jordan Sullivan

Meet Jordan Sullivan, former Lady Griz standout who graduated from UM this past May.  Sullivan closed out her four-year Lady Griz career averaging 11.6 points and a team-high 7.8 rebounds per game, but her accomplishments didn't end on the court. She was named Most Inspirational Player and received the Outstanding Senior Award and the 2014 Athlete in Service Award. 


Missoula neighborhoods as seen from Waterworks Hill

Ambassadors Aim to Help Student Renters, Neighbors Get Along

Neighborhoods in and around UM are seeing some new faces as students make their way from around the country to start school on Monday. Some of those students are transitioning out of campus living to renting homes, and one of the most popular spots for off-campus living is the University District. To make the transition easier on students and nearby residents, the Neighborhood Ambassadors are jumping on the welcome wagon. Local news station KPAX reports.

UM students Matt Gangloff and Andrew Burrington work with Associate Professor Cameron Lawrence

Community Support Helps SoBA Students Turn Over a ‘New Leaf’

With the right connections in place and the power of a good idea, a new business can move fast. Just ask Matt Gangloff and Andrew Burrington, who have seen an influx of funding and interest since the duo won the School of Business Administration’s Fall 2013 Business Plan Competition and founded New Leaf Environmental Monitoring. Read more about their product, which provides a low-cost way to monitor how natural gas from fracking operations impacts human health.

UM Associate Professor Charles Palmer

Associate Professor Leads Effort to Mark Graves of Fallen Firefighters

Former smokejumper and UM associate professor Charles Palmer had two goals after he read a newspaper article in 2003 about five men who died in the Waldron Creek wildfire west of Choteau on Aug. 25, 1931: Provide headstones for the three men without them and to write a book about the incident. The first goal will be met at an Aug. 24 memorial service and dedication ceremony. Read more about Palmer’s project.

UM student Aiden Reichman holds of photo of himself with Sen. Jon Tester

Chemo to College: UM Sophomore Battling Cancer Won't Quit

Aiden Reichman is at the threshold of adult life. The 19-year-old college sophomore is moving into his dorm and starting his 16-credit semester. But this fall might be considerably more difficult. Instead of gearing up to meet President Barak Obama, like he did in through an internship in 2013, Reichman is gearing up to stay well enough to survive his political science classes while undergoing his second round of chemotherapy. Read more about Reichman's fight.

The Story Behind the Photo

The University of Montana Oval was once again bustling with activity as students returned to campus on Aug. 25 for fall semester 2014.
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