UM BRIDGES is an NSF-funded STEM graduate training program at the University of Montana
Supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1633831
We spend most of our time as graduate students working and learning in the 60-plus buildings that comprise the University of Montana campus, seldom thinking about all the energy required to keep these spaces functioning and habitable.
Congratulations to UM BRIDGES trainee Cynthia Coleman, who was selected as a recipient of the Native Agriculture and Food Systems Scholarship for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Dr. Karletta Chief, Associate Professor and Extension Specialist in Hydrology and the University of Arizona, issued the following challenge to the American Geophysical Union in honor of Native American Heritage Month
In honor of National Native American Heritage Month and as a Native American...
The UM BRIDGES program is offering a numeracy workshop, to be taught by Dr. Rebecca Bendick from the Geosciences Department. The workshop will be offered over 4 weeks during the spring semester. 1 graduate level credit is available (optional) for the workshop.
Numeracy is as fundamental to our...