Crowd gathers for journalism ceremony at State Capitol

Capitol Ceremony Marks Journalism School’s 100th Anniversary

From its founding days housed in Army tents on the University of Montana’s Oval in 1914, the School of Journalism has taught its students how to improvise in tough situations. This was just one of...

Livingston Mountain range in Glacier National Park

Researcher: High Elevation Temperature Increases Artificially Inflated

In a recent study, UM and Montana Climate Office researcher Jared Oyler found that while the western U.S. has warmed, recently observed warming in the mountains of the western U.S. likely is not...

UM student Derek Crittenden

Defensive End Crittenden Named to Academic All-Star Team

UM’s Derek Crittenden is one of 50 players who was recently named to the 17th annual Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team. A 6-3, 240-pound...

screen shot from UM grads' Doritos commercial

UM Grads in Running to Score Super Bowl Commercial

Two alumni of UM’s School of Media Arts are part of a team hoping to win a contest to get a television commercial they made to air during the Super Bowl. Alex Pollini and Sean Clark’s group’s...

Washington-Grizzly Stadium

Washington-Grizzly Stadium Ranked Among Best in Nation

UM’s Washington-Grizzly Stadium was recently ranked No. 7 among best college football stadiums by Stadium Journey. “The official capacity now stands at 25,217, but crowds in excess of 26,000 are...

Actor and UM alumnus JK Simmons poses with his Golden Globe

Alumnus J.K. Simmons Wins Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor

Former Missoula resident and University of Montana alum J.K. Simmons has won the Golden Globe for best supporting actor for "Whiplash." In the film, Simmons plays a jazz band instructor who uses...

UM student Alec Underwood with bull elk his shot in archery season

Students’ Do-it-Yourself Montana Elk Hunt a Success

 “Last September, seven days into the 2014 Montana archery season, my good friend Alec Underwood and I were headed for one of the many mountain ranges that define the western Montana landscape....

Irish street

Study Abroad Blog: 'Nothing Will Ever be the Same Again'

“One of my favorite English professors at UM likes to tell us often, ‘the best stories take place during the moments from which the main character realizes that, nothing will ever be the same...

UM students visit with Vietnamese students

UM Students Travel to Vietnam to Study Climate Change

Thirteen UM students and one professor are in Vietnam from through Jan. 19 for the fifth annual study abroad field course focused on climate change impacts and adaptation in the Mekong Delta. The...

illustration of a saber-toothed tiger and a porcupine

Professor Explores Animal Weapons and the Evolution Of Battle

From horns to claws, teeth and talons, the animal kingdom features many natural weapons. But UM evolutionary biologist Doug Emlen wanted to know why, in some rare cases, animals develop weapons...

The Mansfield Library at UM

Mansfield Library Recognized for Serving as Regional Depository

The U.S. Government Publishing Office recently spotlighted UM’s Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library for serving as a regional depository library. The library was designated as a depository in 1909...

HP executive George Milliken speaks with UM students

Hewlett-Packard to Return in February to Recruit UM Students

Career Services at UM strives to provide students with ample opportunities to explore careers with the world’s most renowned and reputable companies. Career Services recently teamed up with...

UM researcher Frank Rosenzweig

UM Researcher Studies Origins of Life with NASA Award

When astrobiologists contemplate life on nearby planets or moons, they often suggest such life would be simple. From such simple life, more complex life forms could eventually come to be. How did...

Looking east from downtown Missoula

Author Rick Bass: Missoula is Perfect Mix of Town and Country

Many towns in the West consider themselves “outdoor” towns—suggesting a citizenry eager to bike, run, ski, paddle, hunt, fish, hike, backpack, float and camp. Missoula, Montana, is one of these...

UM telescope on Mount Hopkins in Arizona

UM Team Searching for Earth-like Planets Using New Telescope

From his lab in Missoula, Nate McCrady watches the stars. The UM associate professor of astronomy and his team of research students received a $1.125 million grant from NASA last year. The grant...

UM's new data center

UM’s New Data Center Solves Problems, Opens Doors

After four years of investigating, planning, politicking and decision-making, UM has a new data center. It doesn’t look like much from the outside—a big white box sitting beneath a slanted metal...

UM Professor Emeritus Don Kiely

UM Spinoff Rivertop Renewables to Build Manufacturing Plant

A big year for Rivertop Renewables has gotten even bigger. The Missoula producer of biodegradable chemicals received a $26 million cash infusion from outside investors in the spring. Then, the...

Jazz legend Buddy DeFranco

Buddy DeFranco, Jazz Legend with UM Ties, Passes Away

The world-famous clarinet player who lent his name to the University of Montana’s premier jazz festival and transformed the international genre through his unique bebop style passed away...

A map shows where Riverside's Christmas mail has arrived from.

Osprey Cam Fans Send Christmas Cheer to Nest Neighbors

The residents of Riverside Health Care Center in Missoula are receiving Christmas cards from across the country thanking the staff and residents for hosting an online streaming camera placed next...

UM basketball coach Travis DeCuire

New Griz Hoops Coach Travis DeCuire Leads by Example

New University of Montana head basketball coach Travis DeCuire wears a whistle around his neck during practice, but he doesn’t have to use it. Whether he’s demonstrating how to disrupt a ball...

Peace Corps volunteer Sally Kintner of Kalispell works with young child in Ethiopia

Missoula Second Per-Capita in Producing Peace Corps Volunteers

An annual report produced by the Peace Corps recently found that Montana and Missoula ranked among the top 10 overall per-capita volunteer-producing states and metropolitan areas in the country....

Griz defensive end Zack Wagenmann plays in a 2014 game

Defensive End Wagenmann Named to AFCA All-America Team

UM’s record-setting defensive standout Zack Wagenmann has been named to the prestigious 2014 AFCA's Football Championship Subdivision Coaches' All-America Team. A 6-3 ½, 255-pound senior defensive...

Missoula College students welded a large Menorah for local Synagogue

Welding Students Craft Steel Menorah for Missoula Synagogue

It's a good thing Har Shalom's menorah used light bulbs instead of candles; no one could have reached up to light the wicks. The Missoula synagogue celebrated Hanukkah by flicking the switches to...

LeAnn Montes playing for the Lady Griz

Former Lady Griz Inducted Into Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame

UM Alumna LeAnn Montes was inducted into the Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame in December.  She was selected based upon her performance as a star high-school athlete, a four-year member of the...

Bob Stitt speaks at the podium during a press conference at UM

Montana Introduces Stitt as New Griz Football Coach

The best job in America. That's what Bob Stitt had to say about the Montana Grizzly football head coaching gig Friday morning when the university introduced the offensive innovator as its 36th...

An illustration by David Tuss from the book Animal Weapons

UM Alumnus Teams up with Professor to Illustrate Science

A saber-toothed cat snarls, ready to pounce from the front cover of “Animal Weapons,” a new book that’s getting a lot of notice from both the media and the science world. The artist and UM alumnus...

UM student researcher Chantanelle Nava uses UM’s 0.7-meter telescope at Mount Hopkins, Ariz., during testing.

UM Telescope One Step Closer to Discovering New Worlds

“First light” marked a new dawn for UM astronomy on Dec. 16.  UM astrophysics Associate Professor Nate McCrady, along with a team of researchers, achieved “first light” on Tuesday – a term used to...

Cover of the 2015 edition of Montana Journalism Review

Students Produce 2015 Edition of Montana Journalism Review

The Montana Journalism Review, an award-winning magazine produced by UM School of Journalism students, has released its 2015 edition. For the 44th issue, the nation’s oldest journalism review...

Skiers test Saga outerwear in the backcountry

Students Turn Class Assignment into Successful Ski Outerwear Business

Saga Outerwear has always been grounded, an independently owned company since it first launched in 2005. The brand got its start when Andrew Mallett and Austin Stevens, both longtime skiers and...

Osprey with fish

UM-Banded Osprey Sighted in Texas

A Missoula-born osprey has become a celebrity among birdwatchers on the Gulf Coast of Texas. As a chick, the bird was tagged with a blue leg band bearing the designation “M8” by UM wildlife...

Cattle on IX Ranch

Startup Launched through Blackstone Saves Ranchers Time, Money

Walker Milhoan recently took his ranching background and his business acuity to the Blackstone LaunchPad’s annual Demo Day in New York City, where he pitched a new venture he believes can lower...

Coach Bob Stitt roams the sidelines at the Colorado School of Mines.

Griz Hire Bob Stitt as Head Football Coach

Bob Stitt has been selected to serve as UM’s 36th head football coach. Stitt has been the head coach at the Colorado School of Mines the past 15 seasons, where he has compiled an overall record of...

PBS Newshour anchor

Journalism Student’s Report Airs on PBS NewsHour

In Montana, illegal fish dumping of non-native species is threatening the state’s native trout. In a segment for Student Reporting Labs, UM journalism freshman Meri DeMarois and her mentor Anna...

Jane Baker

MC Hires Interim Dean to Lead College into Construction

Jane Baker came of out retirement in October to serve as interim dean of Missoula College UM. The transition comes as the college races to meet state workforce demands and expands its programming...

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ASUM Vice President Pinpoints What Makes UM, Missoula Special

Missoula is a special place with people who are living life to its fullest. The University of Montana has what many universities are missing: the human element. With the human element, the...

Montana high school students who participated in UM's Model United Nations Conference

High School Students Win Scholarships at Model U.N.

Five high school seniors recently were awarded $1,000 scholarships to attend UM for their exemplary performance at the 49th Annual Montana Model United Nations Conference. Each winner wrote an...

Students in UM's philanthropy class

Philanthropy Class Awards $12,500 in Grants to Local Nonprofits

A UM class titled Can Giving Change the World? granted $12,500 to local nonprofits and held a ceremony to distribute the funds Dec. 11. The class, which is part of UM’s Global Leadership...

PEAS Farm Director Josh Slotnik speaks

Community Celebrates Renewed PEAS Farm Lease

Raising carrot sticks in a toast, community leaders on Wednesday lauded the new lease that protects the PEAS Farm. Representatives from Garden City Harvest, Missoula County Public Schools and the...

Rivertop Renewable employee assesses cleanliness of glasses

UM Spin-Off Rivertop Renewables to Build Production Plant

On Dec. 9, Rivertop Renewables announced its first commercial production plant that will be located in Virginia. They work with glucaric acid, which is a naturally occurring sugar acid that's...

Students study in library for finals

Foggy Finals Before Freedom for UM Students

If the winter fog hid supernatural creatures in Stephen King’s novella “The Mist” or the 1980 zombie movie “The Fog,” then Missoula’s soupy weather may hold something equally sinister for UM...

book cover of The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien

Two Students Selected Winners of UM’s First-Year Essay Contest

The First-Year Reading Experience Committee at UM recently selected freshmen Libbey Barsness and Nathaniel Smith as the winners of the First-Year Essay Contest. As part of the First-Year Reading...

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