Recent Study Identifies UM Clinical Psychology Program as ‘Hidden Gem’

Recent Study Identifies UM Clinical Psychology Program as ‘Hidden Gem’

A recent article in a professional psychology journal recognized UM’s doctoral program in clinical psychology as one of 10 accredited programs that has “exceptionally good outcomes for its...

Local Doctor Offers Griz Fans Tips For Chilly Playoff Game

Local Doctor Offers Griz Fans Tips For Chilly Playoff Game

Nothing – cold weather included – is going to stop Griz Football fans for showing up for this weekend's playoff match-up again Coastal Carolina. But the fans who fill the stands will need to take...

Graduate Researcher Focuses on Helping Children with Asthma

Graduate Researcher Focuses on Helping Children with Asthma

Meet Luke Montrose, a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Center for Environmental Health Sciences at UM. He investigates the impact of indoor air pollution on the immune pathway that is thought to...

Corti Scholarship Aims to Keep Students Connected to the Outdoors

Corti Scholarship Aims to Keep Students Connected to the Outdoors

Six months have gone by since Adrienne Corti passed away, but her legacy at UM continues to grow, and could reach a pinnacle next spring through a scholarship in her name. Corti’s presence has...

Beetle Expert: Current Cold Snap Unlikely to Kill Mountain Pine Beetle

Beetle Expert: Current Cold Snap Unlikely to Kill Mountain Pine Beetle

It’s cold in Western Montana right now and expected to get colder this weekend. But UM forest entomology and pathology Professor Diana Six says this prolonged and uncomfortable deep freeze...

Brave Souls Take Chilly Plunge to Raise Funds for Kyi-Yo Pow Wow

Brave Souls Take Chilly Plunge to Raise Funds for Kyi-Yo Pow Wow

Shortly after the chimes struck noon Tuesday at Main Hall, a group of brave fundraisers stripped out of their winter wear, faced a crowd clad in parkas and gloves, and took a deep breath. Below...

Student Wins National Collegiate Honors Council Poster Award

Student Wins National Collegiate Honors Council Poster Award

UM senior Kim Ledger, a biology major with an emphasis in ecology, won the student poster competition award in the category of Environmental Science, Sustainability and Green Technology at the...

Giving Tuesday Offers a Chance to Make a Difference This Season

Giving Tuesday Offers a Chance to Make a Difference This Season

After #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday comes #GivingTuesday, a day for you to give back and make a difference. This holiday season, the UM Foundation is asking UM alumni, friends and donors to make a...

'Angels in America' a Daunting but Rewarding Production

'Angels in America' a Daunting but Rewarding Production

Staging a Pulitzer Prize-winning play that’s never been performed in Montana before was a gambit in more ways than one for UM’s School of Theatre and Dance. Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America Part...

Journalism Alums Win Emmy Awards for Work in Florida

Journalism Alums Win Emmy Awards for Work in Florida

Two UM journalism alums earned Emmy Awards for their video documenting the sinking of the USS Mohawk in the Gulf of Mexico last year. David Sirak, ‘92, is the director of News Technology at WFTV...

UM, Local Firms Join Forces to Create Cybersecurity Lab, Programs

UM, Local Firms Join Forces to Create Cybersecurity Lab, Programs

If all goes as planned, next year UM will unveil a "Cyber Innovation Laboratory" that looks something like a scene from a high-tension television drama. But instead of actors, the lab will host...

New Art Resource Center Adds to Gilbert Millikan's Legacy

New Art Resource Center Adds to Gilbert Millikan's Legacy

The School of Art recently recognized UM alumnus and generous supporter Gilbert Millikan during the dedication ceremony for the new Gilbert Millikan Art Resource Center. The center provides...

Project Aims to Improve M Trailhead at Base of Mount Sentinel

Project Aims to Improve M Trailhead at Base of Mount Sentinel

UM’s natural areas specialist Marilyn Marler has launched a project to improve the M trailhead at the base of Mount Sentinel. The project will begin in the spring of 2014, and its main feature...

Islanders Steel Band Infuses ‘Island Flavor’ into Holiday Classics

Islanders Steel Band Infuses ‘Island Flavor’ into Holiday Classics

The Islanders Steel Band is bringing some “island flavor” to Christmas classics on Monday, in concert and on a new album. At the beginning of the semester, UM music Professor Robert Ledbetter and...

Homeschool Students Bring the Spore Project to UM with Installation Art

Homeschool Students Bring the Spore Project to UM with Installation Art

One Thursday afternoon in November, five homeschooled boys marched through the University Center, carrying boxes of paper bag mushrooms. They began working as individuals, excitedly planting...

Growing Study Abroad Programs Benefit Students, University

Growing Study Abroad Programs Benefit Students, University

More UM students are studying abroad than ever before. Just over 300 students studied in other countries last year. University President Royce Engstrom set a goal to raise that number to 550...

Campus Recreation Expands Intramural Program Offerings

Campus Recreation Expands Intramural Program Offerings

Campus Recreation will add four new intramural sports to complement its outdoor trips and classes during winter session and spring semester. Montana’s intramural sports program will expand to...

Lady Griz Forward Recognized for Community Service

Lady Griz Forward Recognized for Community Service

The list of organizations Lady Griz forward Jordan Sullivan has helped assist with volunteer hours is 21 entries long. Sullivan also is a three-time Academic All-Big Sky Conference selection who...

Proposed Center to Treat Student Veterans, Advance Neuroscience Research

Proposed Center to Treat Student Veterans, Advance Neuroscience Research

A proposed Neural Injury Center at UM will help veterans identify issues caused by neurologic injuries and connect them with community resources. It also will provide collaboration and...

Brawl of Wild Warrants a Look at 113 Years of Griz-Cat Stats

Brawl of Wild Warrants a Look at 113 Years of Griz-Cat Stats

The talk is finally over. It’s time to play the annual game between Montana and Montana State. The Cats and Griz will renew their rivalry for the 113th time this Saturday in Bozeman. Brush up on...

Essay by Creative Writing Student Shared on Montana Public Radio

Essay by Creative Writing Student Shared on Montana Public Radio

I met Bill Allard in a bar. He wore a tan vest, a beige cowboy hat, and a point-and-shoot camera that hung from his neck, resting on his chest. I shook his hand, and he smiled at me like a friend...

As Coach Selvig Nears 800 Wins, a Look Back at How he Got the Job

As Coach Selvig Nears 800 Wins, a Look Back at How he Got the Job

Longtime UM women’s basketball coach Robin Selvig is one win shy of reaching 800 career wins, a milestone reached by only a handful of college coaches. One of them is legendary Stanford coach Tara...

UM Signs Six Athletes for Inaugural Women’s Softball Team

UM Signs Six Athletes for Inaugural Women’s Softball Team

Six recruits signed national letters of intent Wednesday to join UM’s inaugural women’s softball team. Montana will begin play in the spring of 2015 as part of the Big Sky Conference. Softball...

UM Designated Gold-Level Bicycle Friendly University

UM Designated Gold-Level Bicycle Friendly University

More and more people are getting on bikes, and colleges such as UM are leading the way to make riding safer and more convenient on campus. The League of American Bicyclists recently named UM a...

Talented High School Musicians Visit for All-Star Weekend, Auditions

Talented High School Musicians Visit for All-Star Weekend, Auditions

More than 150 high school musicians from 54 regional schools will descend on Missoula this weekend to take part in the All-Star Wind Ensemble at UM. They will perform with the UM Marching Band...

Blackstone Entrepreneurship Program Getting Underway at UM

Blackstone Entrepreneurship Program Getting Underway at UM

The search for a new director is underway, the offices will be shelled out soon and, if all goes well, the Blackstone LaunchPad program at UM will begin accepting student entrepreneurs by spring....

Boeing CEO Discusses Leading Company into Challenges of Future

Boeing CEO Discusses Leading Company into Challenges of Future

Jim McNerney Jr., Boeing Co. president, chairman and CEO, appeared at UM on Wednesday to discuss his company’s emergence as a world leader in the aviation industry and its challenges moving...

Students Report on UN Climate Change Conference from Warsaw

Students Report on UN Climate Change Conference from Warsaw

A delegation of three UM students is attending the United Nations international climate change negotiations in Warsaw, Poland, this week. During the talks, nations from around the world aim to...

Students Earn Real-World Experience by Producing News Program

Students Earn Real-World Experience by Producing News Program

Each Wednesday morning students in the School of Journalism’s advanced television courses gather in the newsroom on the first floor of Don Anderson Hall. They produce two versions of the news...

Student-Athletes Deliver School Supplies, Cash Donations to Local Nonprofit

Student-Athletes Deliver School Supplies, Cash Donations to Local Nonprofit

After collecting backpacks, new school supplies and cash donations at five recent Griz home sporting events, UM’s Student Athletic Advisory Committee presented the donations to the nonprofit Court...

College of Education Alumnus Named Superintendent of the Year

College of Education Alumnus Named Superintendent of the Year

Randy Cline, Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences alumnus and superintendent of Frenchtown School District, is the recipient of the Montana Superintendent of the Year...

Adams Center Renovation Updates Athlete, Performer Facilities

Adams Center Renovation Updates Athlete, Performer Facilities

This June, work will begin to renovate and modernize the Adams Center, including an academic center for student-athletes, a new main entry to the facility – which houses Dahlberg Arena – and a...

UM Shares $10 Million Grant to Convert Beetle-Killed Trees to Biofuel

UM Shares $10 Million Grant to Convert Beetle-Killed Trees to Biofuel

The U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded nearly $10 million to an academic, industry and government consortium to study the major challenges in using insect-killed trees as a sustainable...

Online Voters Select Winning T-shirt Design in UM Competition

Online Voters Select Winning T-shirt Design in UM Competition

Tim Praetzel, a UM alumnus from Salt Lake City, submitted the winning design for the inaugural University of Montana T-shirt design contest. Praetzel responded to UM’s call to artists to submit a...

Researchers Training Honey Bees to Detect Deadly Landmines

Researchers Training Honey Bees to Detect Deadly Landmines

Millions of landmines remain buried below ground in former warzones around the world. Each year, they injure and kill thousands. Fox News recently visited Missoula to interview UM researcher Jerry...

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