Cody Meixner and Betsy Story

ASUM Elections: Meixner, Story Win; Majority of Referenda Pass

The results from this week’s Associated Students of UM elections are in and Cody Meixner and Betsy Story will be the next student government president and vice president. Sarah Smith won the...

UM student Jeni Comstock

UM Student Accepted into Seven Medical Schools

Incoming medical students have reached a deadline to make a decision on what medical school they want to attend in the fall. NBC Montana met up with one UM student who exceeded expectations with a...

UM historian David Emmons, and UM alumni Julie and Sam Baldridge

Alumni Donors Boost UM Irish Studies Program

Eminent UM historian David Emmons conducted groundbreaking research on the history of the Irish experience in Montana. Now thanks to a private gift, his work will be honored and continued far into...

UM successfully reduced total emissions 10 percent below 2007 levels

UM Meets 2015 Target for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Continuing its commitment as a leader in higher education sustainability, UM recently announced it has met its 2015 target for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. According to UM’s sustainability...

UM Professor Kyle Volk

Professor Examines Alcohol's Role in Early Democracy

This Saturday, thousands will gather in Caras Park to celebrate the 23rd annual Garden City BrewFest. But alcohol wasn't always such a widely embraced social driver. Last year, University of...

oil and gas development as seen from the air

Study: Oil and Gas Development Transforms Landscapes

What are the ecological consequences of this accelerated drilling activity? Researchers at UM have conducted the first-ever broad-scale scientific assessment of how oil and gas development...

speakers at the Asia-Montana Energy Summit

Global Energy Leaders Gather for Mansfield Conference at UM

Leaders in global energy issues from five different countries are converging at the University of Montana Wednesday through Friday, April 29-May 1, for the Asia-Montana Energy Summit. Hosted by...

Ambassador Max Baucus

Ambassador Baucus to Speak at UM Commencement

Max Baucus, Montana’s longest-serving U.S. senator and now ambassador to the People’s Republic of China, will be the featured speaker during the University of Montana’s 118th Commencement...

Shyam Pokhrel, left, and Tek Chhetri, Nepalese students studying at UM

UM Students from Nepal, Montanans Rally to Aid Quake Victims

Although Nepal is almost exactly on the opposite side of the globe from Montana, many locals and visitors are helping send aid to the earthquake-stricken country. Nepalese graduate students Tek...

actors rehearse the play Welcome Home Jenny Sutter

UM Play, Theater Project Gives Voice to Returning Veterans

As part of an effort to give a voice to veterans issues, a UM play will include stories from former military members currently on campus. Veterans who have returned to UM following their service...

UM student Hope Radford

UM Student Wins Udall Scholarship for Second Time

UM student Hope Radford won a second $5,000 Udall Scholarship, which will support her studies for the 2015-16 academic year. Her award marks the 38th time a UM student has earned this prestigious...

UM Professor Joel Henry

Tech Startup Co-Founded by UM Professor Ready to Expand

An upstart technology firm founded in Missoula plans to create 10 new jobs over the next two years to handle the growing demand for its data-mining software. Joel Henry, a law and computer science...

UM researcher Erica Woodahl works in her UM lab

UM Researcher Brings Pharmacogenetics to Reservation

One of the biggest buzzwords in health care right now is pharmacogenetics, also known as personalized or precision medicine. As interest and investment in personalized medicine increases, UM...

UM President Royce Engstrom

Engen and Engstrom: Efforts to Combat Sexual Assault Make Up Next Chapter

“This week, Missoula residents are reading about our community in Jon Krakauer’s book, ‘Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town.’ Whatever your opinion of the book, it graphically...

Students exit the Gallagher Business Building

UM Now Offering Business Minor for Students

Now university of Montana students graduating after the fall of 2015 can earn a minor in business administration. Students can enroll in the qualifying courses immediately. Students will be...

the Earth as seen from space

Study: Soil Nutrients May Limit Ability of Plants to Slow Climate Change

Many scientists assume that the growing level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will accelerate plant growth. However, a new study co-written by UM researchers suggests much of this growth will...

UM Payne Family Native American Center

Payne Family Native American Center Honored by Green Building Council

The Payne Family Native American Center at UM recently received the highest award for sustainable building from the Montana Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council. The building received an...

Two-year-old Kiki Louie prior to the grand entry at the Kyi-Yo Powwow

Drums and Dancers: Hundreds Attend Annual Kyi-Yo Powwow

As the floor filled for the grand entrance, Native American dancers began to transition from a walk, spinning and hopping until the ground beneath them disappeared into a swirl of beadwork,...

Conference attendee tour a restoration site in Montana

Professor: Restoration Ecology Industry Creating Job Growth

Restoration work in Montana is creating job growth. Statistics show an eight percent rise in such employment in Montana in 2013. That's according to Cara Nelson, associate professor of restoration...

MMAC art gallery

Montana Museum of Art & Culture Makes List of Great Museums

 TripAdvisor’s travel blog Travel Pod has named the Montana Museum of Art & Culture at the UM an Editor’s Choice pick in its list of best museums in the United States. MMAC is the only museum or...

Yaks in the Himalayas

Researcher Joel Berger Visits Himalayas to Study Yaks

Wild yaks live on the roof of the world, a frosty high-elevation plateau north of the Himalayas. Conservation biologist Joel Berger, UM professor and researcher, wanted to find out how climate...

UM student in Media Arts works on the computer

Online Students Find Community in Media Arts Program

At first, Alli Bargelski worried the sound design class she is taking online at UM would leave her feeling adrift. The BFA student in Media Arts doesn't feel that way anymore. The sophomore with a...

UM Associate Athletic Director for Communications Dave Guffey with Grizzly football player

UM’s Dave Guffey Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

The College Sports Information Directors of America recently announced they will honor longtime UM Associate Athletic Director for Communications Dave Guffey with a Lifetime Achievement Award. The...
UM President Royce Engstrom congratulates Rachel DIckson on her Goldwater Scholarship

UM Student Wins Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

UM sophomore Rachel Dickson recently learned she earned a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, the top national award for undergraduate research in science, math and engineering. Dickson is UM’s...

McKenzie Capka smiles with her father, Mike Capka.

UM Student Recovering from Massive, but not Uncommon Stroke

UM freshman McKenzie Capka is recovering in her hometown of Spokane after suffering a stroke in her dorm room in February. Capka was active and healthy, but had not been feeling well for several...
UM football coach Bob Stitt

NFL’s Vikings are Getting New Plays from Bob Stitt

The Cult of Stitt is growing. Bob Stitt, who became a go-to guru among college coaches for his innovative schemes at a high-academic D2 school, has moved on to a bigger stage – FCS powerhouse...
osprey sit on a nest in Missoula

Osprey Watchers Await Reaction to Missoula College Construction

Missoula’s osprey soap opera is about to open its 2015 season. UM ornithologists scrambled to remove a “goose deflector” after the raptors arrived at the Missoula Osprey baseball stadium nest last...

a test subject rides a stationary bicycle in Brent Ruby's lab

Exercise Physiologist Finds Fast Food as Effective as Recovery Food

If McDonald’s is looking for a new image, Brent Ruby might have a suggestion: The Happy Sports Recovery Meal. Take a plain burger and medium Coke. Yes, you can have fries with that. Then advertise...

The UM airplane at the Missoula International Airport

Airport, UM Students Team Up to Collect Passenger Data

With passenger counts and airline service on the rise, Missoula International Airport is looking to learn more about its customers and why they’re choosing to fly to the Garden City. To accomplish...

UM law students tour wind farm

Law Students Make Their Way Across Montana on Energy Tour

“Waking up in Lewistown, Montana, might not be the typical spring break destination, but staring out at the beauty of the geographic center of our state with the sun shining will never...

UM police officers stand with their new canine partners

UM Police Welcome Canine Bomb Sniffers to Force

The objective of Bob and Hooch's mission is a matter of perspective. The two black Labs bounded across the Sky Club in the University of Montana's Adams Center on Wednesday morning, intent on...

UM big data students and Professor Lee Tangedahl

UM’s Big Data Certificate Has Recruiters Lining Up

Trenton Starkey, a 25-year-old senior pursuing a degree in management information systems at UM’s School of Business Administration, isn’t stressed about finding a job after he graduates like most...

UM student Hope Radford

UM Junior Earns Newman Civic Fellows Award

University of Montana junior Hope Radford recently became a Newman Civic Fellow for her work as a change-agent, focusing on issues related to climate change, social justice and sustainable food...

oil field on the Bakken

Law Students Tour State’s Energy Facilities for Spring Break

Twenty students from the University of Montana’s School of Law are currently taking a 1,400-mile, five-day bus tour across Montana to see firsthand the various forms of energy development in the...
Bark beetle illustration by Bill Mayer

Bark Beetles Are Decimating Our Forests; Is That a Good Thing?

Bark beetles have long been culling sickly trees in North American forests. But in recent years, they've been working overtime. Prolonged droughts and shorter winters have spurred bark beetles to...

UM marketing students at national conference

Marketing Students Compete, Succeed in National Competition

Ten members of the UM chapter of the American Marketing Association traveled to New Orleans to participate in the 37th annual International Collegiate Conference, which was held March 19-22. A...

UM campus

Three UM Employees Earn Missoula Cultural Council Awards

The Missoula Cultural Council handed out its annual awards this week and three of the honors went to UM employees. William Marcus, director of UM’s Broadcast Media Center and Montana Public...

UM computer lab

7 Students to Graduate with Big Data Analytics Certificate

Electronic data is created everywhere, from credit card transactions to satellite sensors. As its volume and velocity continue to increase, businesses and scientists have recognized the need for...

UM campus

Teams Develop New Ideas to Improve Rural Health Care

Medical professionals from across the country met at UM over the weekend to try to solve the health care problems of rural communities by innovating fresh ideas. The event, called Hacking Rural...

Assistant Professor Daisy Rooks

Rooks Earns Spot on 'Professors Who Inspire' List

UM sociology Assistant Professor Daisy Rooks recently was named one of “40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire” by Nerdwallet.com. Rooks and the other professors honored were chosen based on their...

Team of University of Montana geosciences students

Geosciences Team Wins Regional Competition, Advances

A team of University of Montana geosciences graduate and undergraduate students won the regional American Association of Petroleum Geologists’ Imperial Barrel Award on Saturday, March 14. The...

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