Conferences are a chance to collaborate with other campus departments, centers, organizations and individuals at The University of Montana to share the latest in research, theories, policies and practices. The University of Montana and the city of Missoula are ideal for conferences, providing an intimate setting in an accessible location, with a relaxed, yet very productive atmosphere.
Conferences on Campus
International Programs (IP) collaborates with other campus departments, centers, organizations and individuals at The University of Montana in hosting, organizing, and sponsoring a variety of internationally and multiculturally oriented conferences and symposia. Here is a list of past and upcoming conferences.
The Graduate Student and Faculty Research Conference brings together graduate students and faculty from a variety of disciplines to present their research. It offers graduate students an opportunity to gain valuable professional experience by presenting their work in a formal and intellectually supportive environment.
The 2012 Student Leadership Conference, will focus on the many faces of leadership, and will have attendees leaving feeling empowered to utilize their leadership resources to be powerful, personal leaders with global perspective. The foundations for the 14th annual conference are strongly rooted in the Social Change Model of Leadership, helping individuals reach their leadership potential through opportunities to learn leadership skills and explore the individual, group and societal values that surround leadership.
The University of Montana has hosted an annual conference on Undergraduate Research, organized by the Undergraduate Research Committee in collaboration with the Davidson Honors College. UMCUR provides a great opportunity for undergraduates of all majors to present their research and creative scholarship in a public forum.