Missoula College Professor and author Kim Zupan

'Debut' Label Masks Years of Work for Novelist Kim Zupan

“The Ploughmen,” is technically Kim Zupan’s debut novel, but the years beg to differ. The 62-year-old has spent the past quarter-century working as a carpenter to support his writing. Before he...

UM biologist Doug Emlen discusses his new book in his office

Biologist’s 'Animal Weapons' Book Focuses on Species Development

Why do bull elk grow such big antlers? How come whitetail deer antlers have tines growing off a single main beam, while mule deer antlers fork? And why don’t either of them flatten out like moose...

UM sophomore Jesse Desrosier is proposing a Native Languages club

Sophomore Steps Up to Create Native Languages Club

Despite the loss of the University's Blackfoot language classes, students may still have a chance to learn Native languages. A proposed Native languages student club is working on getting...

The sun rises behind an oil rig on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation

Journalism Alumna Earns Award for Outstanding Feature Story

Kelly Conde, a 2013 graduate of the master’s program in Environmental and Natural Resource Journalism at UM, recently received a prestigious award for her story “The Damage Done.” The Society for...

UM Assistant Professor Annie Belcourt

UM Professor Named Harvard JPB Environmental Health Fellow

Annie Belcourt, a University of Montana College of Health Professions & Biomedical Sciences assistant professor, has accepted an invitation from Harvard University to be a JPB Environmental Health...

Students in a MOLLI classroom at UM

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Surpasses Record Enrollment

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UM, known as MOLLI, has surpassed its all-time enrollment high this fall. There are 930 individuals registered for courses, and MOLLI membership grew to...

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Social Work Master’s Program Named Among Most Affordable

The Social Work Degree Guide recently ranked the UM social work master’s program No. 3 among the “Top 25 Most Affordable Master’s in Social Work Degree Programs 2014.” Noting the program’s...

Workers install the fabric sculpture in downtown Missoula.

UM Museum Installs Fabric Art Downtown

Brandon Reintjes, curator of art for UM’s Montana Museum of Art and Culture, helped install a 45-foot-long fabric sculpture titled “Rapunzel” on the Missoula Mercantile building in the downtown...

Logo for the UM Police Department

Office of Public Safety Renamed UM Police Department

Sometimes, a name change can make a big difference. That's why security officers at the University of Montana decided it was time for a little re-branding. There's no confusion now - UM students...

Kirk Hash is ASUM's first senator who is deaf.

Student Takes on Role as ASUM’s First Deaf Senator

It won’t be the first time he’s been the only deaf person in the room. Kirk Hash, a well-bearded 38-year-old post-baccalaureate Missoula College student, is used to it by now. Next week, he’s...

University of Montana campus

Three UM Employees Recognized for Exemplary Service to Victims

Three members of the UM community were recognized for demonstrating exemplary service to victims of intimate partner violence and sexual assault. Captain Ben Gladwin of the UM Police Department...

Shawn grove of UM's VETS Office and Professor Laura Dybdal

UM Expands Mindful Resilience Training for Student Veterans

Last spring UM Professor Laura Dybdal and Shawn Grove, director of UM VETS Office, partnered with Dan Libby, executive director of the national Veterans Yoga Project, to implement a Mindful...

artists explore use of tools in two shows at UM

Two Missoula Artists Explore Instinctive Appeal of Tools

The primal appeal of tools unites two shows at UM’s Gallery of Visual Arts. Stephen Glueckert built machines that generate the drawings themselves in his exhibit, “We Use Them to Do Things.” The...

UM students enjoy a UM Dining meal on the Oval

UM Dining Focuses on Student-Led Food Goal

UM Dining announced Monday it surpassed a goal to provide 20 percent real food by 2020 at a campus event called Real Food Rising. UM signed a commitment with the national organization Real Food...

Professor Joel Berger

Professor Earns Accolades for Research, Conservation Work

Like polar bears, muskoxen and yaks are modern metaphors for climate change. UM Professor Joel Berger faces sub-zero temperatures and travels across Arctic and alpine tundra to understand why...

Missoula College students work in the classroom

Missoula College Awarded $8M for Health Care Job Training

Missoula College has received a nearly $8 million federal grant to give more students an opportunity for educations in health care fields and ultimately fill much-needed, high-paying jobs. The...

UM doctoral student Wylie Carr and his daughter

UM Researcher Investigates Ethics of Climate Engineering

UM doctoral student Wylie Carr’s research takes him to places where the oceans are rising, the deserts are drying or the ice is melting. Once there, he finds people working on climate change and...

Mike and Maureen Mansfield statue at UM

Mansfield Center Podcast: President Engstrom Reflects on Leadership

The Mansfield Global Leadership Podcast is a new series by the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at UM that captures the wisdom of international thought leaders. In this episode, UM President...

Mary Ann Cotter receives award for her father, Tom

Major Scholarship Donor Tom Cotter Honored by UM Foundation

For the first time since 2002, the University of Montana Foundation awarded the Order of the Grizzly, its highest honor. Tom Cotter, who gave millions to support student scholarships at the...

UM yearbooks

Mansfield Library Makes 72 UM Yearbooks Available Online

Just in time for Homecoming, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library at UM has placed all 72 UM yearbooks online. The Sentinel yearbooks range from 1904 to 1972 and 1987 to 1989. They are online in...

American Indian student works with UM staff member

American Indian Web Portal Offers Gateway to Information

UM recently launched a new Web portal called the American Indian Gateway. The American Indian Gateway provides access to University websites that feature academic programs with a Native focus,...

UM student Mitch Everts

Sophomore Drafts Solution for Student Loan Repayment

A UM student and member of a local think tank has drafted legislation he believes will give students more options to repay their college debt, and do so in a shorter period of time. Mitch Everts,...

Michelle Grocke sits with Nepalese children

Fulbright Scholar Heads to Nepal to Study Impact of New Roads

After UM Ph.D. student Michelle Grocke received a Fulbright Scholarship and a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Award last spring, she headed to Nepal to get acquainted...

The Source in the UC

Nine Amazing Resources All UM Students Should Know About

UM offers a wide array of resources for students, from writing coaching and tutoring to health care services, IT help and outdoor gear rental. Looking for an internship: Head to Career Services....

UM students walk around the Oval

UM Sees 6.4 Increase in Freshmen Students for Fall Semester

UM enrollment numbers show a 6.4 percent increase in freshmen students on the Mountain Campus for fall semester 2014. New freshman students totaled 1,597 on the Mountain Campus for fall 2014 – an...

UM Professor Garon Smith educates Honey Harvest Festival attendees

Missoulians Hear the Buzz About Bees at Honey Harvest Festival

Hundreds strolled through Saturday’s Honey Harvest Festival on the University of Montana’s campus, explaining the different parts of the hive, the honeybee and the different products they produce....

Cyber Innovation Lab at UM

Cyber Security Course Educates Students in Growing Field

The University of Montana aims to educate students about cyber security with a new class. Sherri Davidoff is teaching the course, which is broken up into three parts to include cyber security...

Journalism Plaque on UM's Don Anderson Hall

School of Journalism Celebrates a Century of Making News

Founded in 1914 by Arthur L. Stone, the University of Montana Journalism School is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Since its start in a few Army surplus tents pitched near Main Hall,...

UM art Professor Elizabeth Dove

Elizabeth Dove: Cutting Through Definitions in Search of Meaning

Elizabeth Dove has been cutting up dictionaries for years, searching for meaning. Now, the Missoula artist and UM professor is showing off the product of her process. The Missoula Art Museum will...

UM softball player at bat

Building Montana’s Softball Program from the Ground Up

The Montana Grizzlies softball team is entirely new. From the bats and balls to the players and coaches, this season will be an exercise in the unfamiliar. It’s been two weeks since the team held...

Hank Green

Internet Sensation Hank Green Aims to Decrease ‘Worldsuck’

“Success” is a word that fits on entrepreneur and UM alumnus Hank Green as neatly as his black-rimmed glasses and the wide-eyed, gawky grin he beams around the world every week via YouTube. From...

UM's Davidson Honors College

Davidson Honors College Automates Application Process

People who apply to the University of Montana next year will automatically be considered for admission to the Davidson Honors College. Before this school year, prospective students had to fill out...

Researcher Doug Emlen holds a rhino beetle

Researchers Find Animal Weapons Driven by Fighting Style

The stunning array of weaponry brandished by male animals—be they antlers, horns, mandibles, spurs, or claws—is driven by each species’ individual fighting style, University of Montana scientists...

UM Alumnus Bryn Hagfors

Alumnus Named ‘Rising Star’ by Great Falls Tribune

Bryn Hagfors was a rising star at UM, where he served on ASUM Senate as vice president while he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and economics. Now he’s back in his hometown of...

downtown Missoula

Missoula Ranks No. 8 on Livability.com’s ‘Best Places to Live’ List

For the second year in a row, Livability.com has ranked Missoula among the “Top 100 Best Places to Live.” Missoula ranks No. 8 on the 2015 list, which was released Sept. 15. "Nearby mountain...

Suzanne and Dave Peterson

Missoula Couple Donates $1.5 Million to UM for Gifted Education

The University of Montana received a $1.5 million boost Friday, making UM’s College of Education and Human Sciences the gifted education hub of Montana and the Northern Rockies. Missoula residents...

University of Montana campus

US News and World Report: UM Among Nation’s Top 200 Universities

The University of Montana is ranked in the top 200 colleges and universities across the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report. In the 2015 Edition of U.S. News’ Best College rankings, UM...

Jim Palmer Trucking decks out semi for hauling UM's football equipment

Palmer Trucking and Grizzly Athletics Rolling Together

Grizzly football will soon be coming to a highway near you thanks to a new partnership with Jim Palmer Trucking of Missoula. The company will transport team equipment for six road games using a...

ASUM president and vice president in Helena

Student Blog: Getting Involved Improves Your College Experience

“I was not always as involved on campus as I am now and my life now is better for my involvement. When I arrived on campus, like many first-year students, I put my head down and got to the...

air pollution in Mexico City

UM Researcher Finds Air Pollution Harmful to Young Brains

Pollution in many cities threatens the brain development in children. Findings by UM Professor Dr. Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas and her team of researchers reveal that children living in megacities...

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