Art Professor Commissioned for International Ceramic Biennale

Art Professor Commissioned for International Ceramic Biennale

UM Professor Beth Lo was one of four American artists paid a commission of $3,000 to create a ceramic piece of art for a major Korean art exhibit. Lo’s work will be featured in the “Main...

Social Work Alums Return to Home to Fill Mental Health Services Need

Social Work Alums Return to Home to Fill Mental Health Services Need

It’s the Montana “grow-your-own” spirit that inspires Kaye Norris, assistant director of the Western Montana Area Health Education Center at UM, to coordinate a program that places “homegrown”...

Two Community Forums to Discuss Potential Missoula College Sites

Two Community Forums to Discuss Potential Missoula College Sites

UM will hold two public forums this month to gather additional community feedback on two potential sites for a new Missoula College building. President Royce Engstrom will host two public forums...

Fitness and Recreation Center Introduces Functional Training Area

Fitness and Recreation Center Introduces Functional Training Area

Visitors to the UM Fitness and Recreation Center on the north end of campus will notice a major change this semester. Where stationary bikes used for group cycling classes once stood, a new...

Montana Golf Team Wins Inaugural Grizzly Invitational

Montana Golf Team Wins Inaugural Grizzly Invitational

Junior Tara Green, who played the three-round tournament at 1-under, won the Grizzly Invitational by four shots Tuesday, and Montana claimed the team title at the first-year event by 56 strokes...

Student Helps Find Safe Routes to School for Children with Disabilities

Student Helps Find Safe Routes to School for Children with Disabilities

Research shows that children with disabilities experience more social isolation, higher obesity rates and as pedestrians, they are five times more likely to be hit by a vehicle when compared to...

Griz Golfers Top Notch in First Home Tournament Since 1997

Griz Golfers Top Notch in First Home Tournament Since 1997

Playing at home for the first time since 1997, the Montana women's golf team shot rounds of 290 and 294 Monday at the Missoula Country Club on Monday and held a commanding 34-shot lead at the...

Montana Gov. Bullock Makes Stop at UM During Education Tour

Montana Gov. Bullock Makes Stop at UM During Education Tour

Gov. Steve Bullock brought his statewide education tour to UM on Friday, continuing his push to bolster early childhood learning and get more degrees into the hands of adults. After stopping at...

Science Departments Offer Graduate Program Resource Website for Students

Science Departments Offer Graduate Program Resource Website for Students

Five UM departments and programs recently teamed up to create a resource website for potential and current graduate students in the biomedical, cellular, biochemical and chemical sciences. The...

Climate Change Leaves Hares Wearing the Wrong Color

Climate Change Leaves Hares Wearing the Wrong Color

The effects of climate change often happen on a large scale, like drought or a rise in sea level. In the hills outside Missoula, wildlife biologists are looking at a change to something very...

Publisher Announces Poetry Series to Honor Life and Work of UM Student

Publisher Announces Poetry Series to Honor Life and Work of UM Student

Independent publisher Tavern Books recently announced The Wrolstad Contemporary Poetry Series to honor the life and work of former University of Montana student and poet Greta Wrolstad. Wrolstad,...

College of Forestry Marks 100 Years with Centennial Celebration

College of Forestry Marks 100 Years with Centennial Celebration

The UM College of Forestry and Conservation will celebrate its centennial this year with three days of events. All alumni and friends of the college are invited to events taking place Sept. 19-21....

From Smoke to School: Students Spend the Summer on the Fire Line

From Smoke to School: Students Spend the Summer on the Fire Line

It’s hot. It’s hard to breathe. Work has now been going on for over 24 hours. And there is no coffee. This may sound like a bad dream, but for firefighters like Andy Vale, “It’s a pleasure.” Vale...

 Instructor Named to National Environmental Justice Advisory Council

Instructor Named to National Environmental Justice Advisory Council

A UM environmental studies instructor from the Blackfeet Reservation has been appointed to a three-year term on the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council, which advises the...

Tennis Player Gets a Taste of the Big Apple During Internship

Tennis Player Gets a Taste of the Big Apple During Internship

Ashley Mackey, a senior on the Montana women's tennis team, spent six weeks this summer living in New York City and working as an intern for the United States Tennis Association as the...

Student Art Featured on UM's Annual Parking Pass

Student Art Featured on UM's Annual Parking Pass

The campus parking passes at the University of Montana feature a special touch this year, highlighting the artwork of a UM student. Angela Brooker, a sophomore in the UM School of Business...

Carillon Bells in UM’s Main Hall Ring with Tradition

Carillon Bells in UM’s Main Hall Ring with Tradition

Four days a week, 52 weeks a year, the carillon bells chime loud from the clock tower at high noon across the campus of the University of Montana. It's a tradition that runs as deep as any other...

UM Ranked Among Top Schools for Research, Service, Social Mobility

UM Ranked Among Top Schools for Research, Service, Social Mobility

The University of Montana made the top 100 in a list of universities ranked by research, service and social mobility. Washington Monthly magazine, a nonprofit publication, gave UM an overall...

UM Names Joni Stephens as New Coach of Women's Golf Team

UM Names Joni Stephens as New Coach of Women's Golf Team

Joni Stephens, who spent 12 years coaching at Eastern Kentucky University, has been named the new women’s golf coach at the University of Montana. Stephens replaces Emily Milberger, who took the...

PT Student Explores Neurotherapy Through Summer Rotation at UM Clinic

PT Student Explores Neurotherapy Through Summer Rotation at UM Clinic

Wendy Lee didn’t have to look far to find her top-choice summer rotation site leading into her final year at UM’s School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science. Lee, a U.S. Army vet...

Brazilian Students Arrive at UM to Study for One Year

Brazilian Students Arrive at UM to Study for One Year

The University of Montana is pleased to welcome 28 new students from the Brazilian Science Mobility Program for autumn semester 2013. BSMP is a scholarship funded by the Brazilian government and...

Navy SEAL Wounded in Afghanistan to Attend Griz Opener

Navy SEAL Wounded in Afghanistan to Attend Griz Opener

Attending a University of Montana football game was the last thing on Bo Reichenbach’s mind last July when he was critically injured by an improvised explosive device while on patrol in...

Regents Professor Appointed to NASA Advisory Council Committee

Regents Professor Appointed to NASA Advisory Council Committee

University of Montana Regents Professor of Ecology Steve Running has been appointed to the NASA Advisory Council Science Committee and chair of the Earth Science subcommittee within that...

Enter Ticket Drawing Now for TEDxUMontana Sept. 19

Enter Ticket Drawing Now for TEDxUMontana Sept. 19

The University of Montana will host TEDxUMontana at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, in the Masquer Theatre of the Performing Arts and Radio/TV Center. The program will feature nine speakers, two TED...

Demand on the Rise for UM Program for International Students

Demand on the Rise for UM Program for International Students

Seventeen students from five countries crowded into a small classroom at the University of Montana on Tuesday to mark the second day of school. Language professor Quincie Albrecht apologized for...

Summer Internship Lands UM Senior Front Row Seat at Zimmerman Trial

Summer Internship Lands UM Senior Front Row Seat at Zimmerman Trial

University of Montana senior Max Barnum spent his summer in a trailer parked outside the Seminole County Courthouse. Leaving beautiful western Montana to spend a summer in central Florida may not...

Survey: Nearly Half of UM Students Commute By Foot, Bike, Bus

Survey: Nearly Half of UM Students Commute By Foot, Bike, Bus

Buses arrived at the University of Montana campus full for the first day of class on Monday, as students kicked off a new academic year. Nearly half of all students bike, walk or ride the bus to...

Montana Teens Explore Cambodia During Leadership Program Trip

Montana Teens Explore Cambodia During Leadership Program Trip

Nearly a month spent in Cambodia taught Andie Palagi many things. In particular, that her teen-age counterparts there have lots in common with American teens. In July, Palagi, 17, who attends...

UM Student Completes Summer Communication Internship at White House

UM Student Completes Summer Communication Internship at White House

There are few more iconic places to spend a summer than the White House. University of Montana student Sara Thane did just that through the White House Internship Program in Washington,...

President Looks to Year Ahead in State of the University Address

President Looks to Year Ahead in State of the University Address

UM President Royce Engstrom delivered his annual State of the University on Aug. 23 to an audience of faculty, staff, students and community members. Engstrom introduced several new administrators...

Big Data Players Brainstorm on Growing Montana’s High-Tech Sector

Big Data Players Brainstorm on Growing Montana’s High-Tech Sector

Missoula is home to a vibrant group of industry experts building businesses and doing groundbreaking work in the high-tech sectors of big data and cybersecurity. It’s also home to a large state...

School of Law Recognized for Innovative Teaching Methods

School of Law Recognized for Innovative Teaching Methods

According to preLaw, a National Jurist publication, law schools around the country are shunning tradition and trying new programs, teaching methods and other efforts to help graduates jet to the...

Pinkerton Named Montana’s First Softball Coach

Pinkerton Named Montana’s First Softball Coach

Jamie Pinkerton, the former head coach at Tulsa and Arkansas and most recently an assistant coach at Iowa State, has been named the first head coach of the nascent Montana softball program. The...

Atmospheric Chemist Takes to Skies to Study How Smoke Affects Climate

Atmospheric Chemist Takes to Skies to Study How Smoke Affects Climate

Robert Yokelson, an atmospheric chemist at the University of Montana, is trying to learn more about how smoke from wildfires affects the climate. Scientists are still working to understand how...

Students Begin Arriving on Campus as Autumn Semester Nears

Students Begin Arriving on Campus as Autumn Semester Nears

With the start of a new academic year just days away, residence halls at the University of Montana are braced for a wave of incoming freshmen, just as the university’s cafeterias prepare to feed...

Researcher Finds Loss of Sea Ice Causes Ecological Changes

Researcher Finds Loss of Sea Ice Causes Ecological Changes

 A new paper co-written by UM associate professor Mark Hebblewhite details ecological changes caused by a loss of Arctic sea ice. The paper concludes that the loss of sea ice obviously will impact...

Researcher Earns Army Grant to Develop Drug for Traumatic Brain Injuries

Researcher Earns Army Grant to Develop Drug for Traumatic Brain Injuries

The U.S. Army has awarded University of Montana researcher Dave Poulsen a $1 million grant to further develop a drug that limits damage caused by traumatic brain injuries. Researchers in Poulsen’s...

Alum Opens Market Based on Plan Developed for UM Business Competition

Alum Opens Market Based on Plan Developed for UM Business Competition

The Market on Front opened Monday on the street level of the new Park Place parking garage at 201 E. Front St. in downtown Missoula. The concept for all the food found inside the market is simple,...

Professor Documents Cashmere Industry’s Impact on Wildlife in Central Asia

Professor Documents Cashmere Industry’s Impact on Wildlife in Central Asia

Using data collected from India, Mongolia and China’s Tibetan plateau, a team of international researchers that includes UM Professor Joel Berger have found a disturbing link between the global...

MonTECH Recreation Program Aims to Increase Access to Outdoors

MonTECH Recreation Program Aims to Increase Access to Outdoors

For the past several years, MonTECH Director Kathy Laurin and her staff have been compiling accessibility information for Montana public recreation lands. During the summer of 2013, Lee Bastian,...

Researchers Receive Nearly $350K in Grants from State Board

Researchers Receive Nearly $350K in Grants from State Board

Three out of a dozen new grants awarded Wednesday by the Montana Board of Research and Commercialization Technology will go to the University of Montana to help support research capable of...

Supreme Court Justice O’Connor to Receive Honorary Doctorate from UM

Supreme Court Justice O’Connor to Receive Honorary Doctorate from UM

Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor will receive an honorary doctorate of laws from the University of Montana at 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, in the George and Jane Dennison...

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