UM Alumna Renee Haugerud

A True Trailblazer: Alumna Finds Unique Success on Wall Street

Hedge fund founder Renée Haugerud works in a corner office of the landmarked Beaux Arts Scribner Building on New York City’s busy Fifth Avenue. But the ideas that brought her here are rooted in a...

UM Professor Garon Smith

Professor Casts Science Spell Over New Zealand Students

His American students call him “Gee-Wiz” - and now the chemistry wizard’s science experiments have delighted New Zealand kids in Wellington. Professor Garon Smith, 67, is on sabbatical from his...

UM Professor Jillian Campana talks with students

Think Tank: UM’s Brain Initiative Consolidates Research Across Campus

This February, Provost Perry Brown announced UM’s new Brain Initiative. UM already is known for the bench research it conducts through the Montana Neuroscience Institute, a collaboration with St....

Vernon Grund

Vernon Grund Spent 21 Years Improving UM Research, Education

On June 2, UM hosted its annual Retirees Luncheon, where former UM faculty and staff members came together to socialize and recognize the newest crop of retirees. More than 65 people retired from...

UM Researcher Brent Ruby

Lab Rats: Brent Ruby Leads UM’s Cutting-Edge Athlete Research

Brent Ruby is the head researcher at UM’s Department of Work, Performance and Exercise Metabolism. Enthusiastic and wonkish, he is exactly what you want a scientist to be. His lab is stocked with...

UM retiree Dan Pletscher

Pletscher Retires After Leading Wildlife Biology Program to Prominence

On June 2, UM hosted its annual Retirees Luncheon, where former UM faculty and staff members come together to socialize and recognize the newest crop of retirees. More than 65 people retired from...

Lady Griz assistant coach Annette Rocheleau

Annette Rocheleau Retires After 32 Years of Coaching Lady Griz

On June 2, UM hosted its annual Retirees Luncheon, where former UM faculty and staff members come together to socialize and recognize the newest crop of retirees. More than 65 people retired from...

Patrick O'Connor

History Student Named First Dennison Doctoral Fellow

The spring semester was just coming to a close when Patrick O’Connor received the news: UM Department of History doctoral candidate will be the first George M. and Jane I. Dennison Doctoral...

New UM basketball coach Travis DeCuire

Travis DeCuire Named Coach of Griz Men’s Basketball Team

Travis DeCuire has been selected to be the UM’s 27th head men's basketball coach, announced UM Director of Athletics Kent Haslam announced May 31. DeCuire, who set and still holds the Grizzly...

Rural Institute Researcher Rosemary Hughes

Researchers: Improve Communication Between Law Enforcement, Victims with Disabilities

An estimated 1.3 million nonfatal violent crimes occurred against persons with disabilities in 2012. Improved relations between the law enforcement and the disability communities are needed to...

Sally Mauk and William Marcus

MTPR News Director Sally Mauk Retires After Storied Career

After more than three decades as Montana Public Radio News Director, Sally Mauk retires on May 30. She's logged hundreds of hours of interviews, on-the-scene fire coverage, long, frantic election...

Golfer Jasi Acharya

Former Big Sky Golf Champ Qualifies for Women’s U.S. Open

Former UM golfer and alumna Jasi Acharya recently qualified for the Women’s U.S. Open which will be played in the Village of Pinehurst, N.C., on June 19-22. Acharya is a two-time Montana State...

UM student Regent Mariah Williams

UM Student Appointed to Serve on State Board of Regents

UM student Mariah Williams will serve as the next student regent on the state Board of Regents. Montana Gov. Steve Bullock appointed Williams to the post earlier this month. Williams served as a...

UM fire sciences Professor Ron Wakimoto

Fire Science Professor Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

UM College of Forestry and Conservation fire science Professor Ron Wakimoto recently received the Biswell Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Fire Ecology.  The AFE gives up to...

trout

Study: Climate Change Accelerates Hybridization Between Trout

A new article by researchers from UM asserts that climate warming is increasing the hybridization of trout – interbreeding between native and non-native species – in the interior western United...

Flathead Lake Biostation buoy and research vessel

Flathead Lake Biological Station Surpasses Fundraising Challenge

The 2014 summer season starts with a celebration for Flathead Lake as UM’s Flathead Lake Biological Station has exceeded its $1 million goal to match a lake monitoring challenge grant. In late...

Caroline Stephens, Camas magazine co-editor

Camas Magazine Stays True to Its Environmental Roots

Twenty-two years after its inception, Camas, a magazine published twice a year by the Environmental Studies Program at UM, has stayed true to the its environmental roots, connecting people to...

UM Model UN students in New York

Model UN Students from UM Win Award at National Conference

Twelve UM students on the Montana Model United Nations Team returned from a national conference in New York City with an award for representing the Pacific Island nation of Fiji. For the overall...

UM Adams Center

Alumnus Commits $1.5 Million Bequest for Athletic Facility Updgrades

When Jim Hilleboe traces the steps that led to his success as a businessman in Billings back to their genesis, he finds the four years he spent at UM in the mid-60s. To give back to the school...

still shot from the film Subterranea

Two Media Arts Grads Learning Art of Postproduction

Almost three years after he first wrote the script, Mathew Miller and his filmmaking partner Brandon Woodard have the finish line in sight for their first feature film, “Subterranea.”...

former UM basketball coach Wayne Tinkle

Tinkle Looks Back on Career with Griz, Future with Oregon State

Wayne Tinkle won more basketball games as head coach of the Montana Grizzlies than anyone except the man Dahlberg Arena is named after. He won more Big Sky Conference games than any previous Griz...

UM School of Law Class of 2014

Law School Commencement and Hooding Ceremony Saturday, May 24

James R. Silkenat, president of the American Bar Association, will deliver remarks during the UM School of Law Commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 24, in the George and Jane Dennison...

UM's Davidson Honors College

33 Exceptional Freshmen Earn Presidential Leadership Scholarships

UM Presidential Leadership Scholarships have been awarded to 33 exceptional incoming UM freshmen. The scholarships recognize outstanding talent, academic performance, leadership and contribution...

New Leaf Environmental wins Business Plan competition

Business Plan Competition Crowns Winners, Awards $31,000 in Prizes

The UM School of Business Administration and the Montana Academy of Distinguished Entrepreneurs have announced the winners of the 25th annual John Ruffatto Business Plan Competition. UM business...

Missoula College site on East Broadway

Engstrom Approves East Broadway Site for Missoula College

UM has completed an environmental assessment for its planned Missoula College building. After careful review, UM President Royce Engstrom announced May 21 that he has determined constructing the...

Tropical forest

Research: Humans Have More Impact on Tropical Nitrogen Levels

A new paper co-written by four UM researchers finds that humans have more than doubled tropical nitrogen inputs. Benjamin Sullivan, a researcher working with UM College of Forestry and...

UM scientist Zenia Jaffar works in lab

CEHS Expands Research Opportunities for UM Scientists

For the second year running, the Center for Environmental Health Sciences continues to sponsor a series of Pilot Grants in order to provide support to early career investigators or established...

Recent UM grad Maddy Murray on the tennis court

Tennis Player Recognized for Achievements On, Off the Court

UM tennis player Maddy Murray was recently named the recipient of the ITA’s Arthur Ashe Jr. Sportsmanship and Leadership Award for the organization’s Mountain Region, a territory that covers eight...

UM graduates celebrate Commencement

Class of 2014 Celebrates at Commencement Ceremonies

Saturday, May 17, was a beautiful day for Commencement ceremonies at UM. Thousands of students received their degrees while their families and supporters watched on from inside Washington-Grizzly...

Bitterroot College students at graduation

Bitterroot College Holds its First Graduation Ceremony

The Bitterroot College UM held its first formal graduation on Friday afternoon. “Education is its own reward,” director Victoria Clark told the graduates. The degree candidates wore their caps and...

UM grad Christina Bloemen

UM Graduate En Route to Ukraine as Fulbright Scholar

Recent UM grad Christina Bloemen leaves for Ukraine in September to teach English and serve as a cultural ambassador on behalf of the U.S. on a Fulbright Scholarship. Making the cut as a Fulbright...

Scott Whittenburg, Ric Hauer, Royce Engstrom

$45 Million: UM Lands Largest Research Award in University History

UM has received a $45 million cooperative agreement award from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the agency announced May 16. The five-year research award is the largest in the history of UM....

UM senior Lindsey Hall runs hurdles

Griz Track Star Lindsey Hall Wins Seventh Career Big Sky Title

Montana senior Lindsey Hall won the heptathlon at the Big Sky Conference outdoor track and field championships in Flagstaff, Ariz., on May 15. She held off Montana State’s Carley McCutchen by 10...

20/Nothing film

Student, Alumni Win Film Festival Awards for Documentary

A unique perspective and five long days of work are paying off for a UM graduate student and three alumni. The filmmaking team Wheelhouse Missoula – comprising current and former UM School of...

UM linebacker Jordan Tripp

Dolphins Draft Jordan Tripp; Four Former Griz Sign with NFL Teams

With the 31st pick in the fifth round of the National Football League Draft, the Miami Dolphins drafted former Grizzly linebacker Jordan Tripp. And soon after the 2014 National Football League...

The Payne Family Native American Center at UM

UM's Payne Family Building Featured in Book on Native Building Projects

The Payne Family Native American Center at UM recently was featured in a new book titled “New Architecture on Indigenous Lands.” In the book, authors Joy Monice Malnar and Frank Vodvarka take...

driver looking at phone

Student-Produced Documentary on Distracted Driving Premieres May 20

Every year, thousands of people die on the streets and highways of the United States because of distracted drivers. Hundreds of thousands are injured. Campaigns and laws aim to reduce that number,...

Commencement at UM

UM to Hold 117th Commencement Ceremonies Saturday, May 17

About 3,600 graduates and degree candidates are invited to participate in the University of Montana’s 117th Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 17, in Washington-Grizzly Stadium. The general...

Missoula College student Sarah Smith

Missoula College Student Will be First in Family to Earn Degree

There was a day when Sarah Smith had no plans to graduate high school. At 16 and with a baby on the way, getting that diploma was a secondary concern. But Smith dug deep and found her resolve. She...

Tom Seekins of the Rural Institute

Seekins Receives UM's 2014 Americans with Disabilities Act Award

UM has awarded Tom Seekins its Americans with Disabilities Act Award for 2014. The ADA Award honors individuals whose contributions advance education and employment opportunities for people with...

UM research David Poulsen

Researcher Moves Toward Clinical Trials for Treating Traumatic Brain Injury

A mistake made by a Ph.D. student in a UM lab nearly a decade ago is now on the brink of mid-stage clinical trials as a potential treatment for traumatic brain injury. It all started when a...

Artist Gary Batzloff

Artist Uses Digital Tools to Sculpt Works with Sense of Place

When he’s out for a bike ride in the Rattlesnake or taking a day trip around the Missoula area, Gary Batzloff might come upon on interesting spot on the landscape. He marks these areas with a GPS...

UM Regents Professor Steve Running

Professor Lead Author of New U.S. National Climate Assessment

Steve Running, Regents Professor of Ecology at UM, is a convening lead author on the forests chapter of the Third National Climate Assessment. The report, released May 6 by the U.S. Global Change...

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