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...

Montana Public Radio Re-creates Orson Welles Radio Drama

Montana Public Radio Re-creates Orson Welles Radio Drama

On Oct. 30 Montana Public Radio marked the 75th anniversary of the Orson Welles radio drama "War of the Worlds" by re-enacting the classic live on the air. They also performed a Montana adaptation...

Montana Senior Named to Academic All-District Soccer Team

Montana Senior Named to Academic All-District Soccer Team

Montana senior Maddey Frey was recently named to the Capital One Academic All-District 7 women's soccer team. She is the first Grizzly to earn academic all-district honors since Misty Hall in...

Grad Student Researches Harlequin Ducks in Glacier National Park

Grad Student Researches Harlequin Ducks in Glacier National Park

With their signature plumage rivaled only by the beauty of their migratory mountain homes, it’s easy to see why harlequin ducks have captured the hearts of countless birdwatchers and casual...

Eco-Reps Encourage Students in Residence Halls to Practice Sustainability

Eco-Reps Encourage Students in Residence Halls to Practice Sustainability

A UM program that promotes environmentally sustainable lifestyles to dorm residents has doubled in size this fall. The Environmental Representative, or Eco-Rep, program started in the fall of 2012...

UM Finds Cost-Effective Ways to Compete on Uniform Front

UM Finds Cost-Effective Ways to Compete on Uniform Front

The trend of outfitting teams in new jerseys, helmets, shoes and even gloves seems to grow with each passing year. Now it’s has trickled down to FCS, where programs like UM are finding ways to...

MTPR, MontanaPBS, UM Students Spark Dialogue about Climate Change

MTPR, MontanaPBS, UM Students Spark Dialogue about Climate Change

For the past few weeks, reporters from Montana Public Radio and Montana PBS, along with students in the journalism school at UM, have been talking to Montanans about climate change. The interviews...

UM Alum Named Among People Magazine’s Teachers of the Year

UM Alum Named Among People Magazine’s Teachers of the Year

UM alumnus Art Almquist, pictured above in blue, was recently named one of People magazine’s six Teachers of the Year for 2013. Almquist graduated from UM in 1996 with a master’s in theatre and...

East Broadway Ripe for Transformation as Missoula College Moves In

East Broadway Ripe for Transformation as Missoula College Moves In

A seven-acre patch of undeveloped ground on East Broadway will undergo a transformation over the next few years as Missoula College prepares to lay claim to its new location.  If all goes as...

Fallen Soldier Monument at UM Dedicated as State Memorial

Fallen Soldier Monument at UM Dedicated as State Memorial

UM’s Fallen Soldier Memorial was recognized as the official State Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans’ Memorial during a ceremony held Oct. 26. The memorial, which bears the names of 43 Montana soldiers...

Sigma Nu Fraternity Members Plant Trees at Sussex School

Sigma Nu Fraternity Members Plant Trees at Sussex School

No matter the early hour or the frost on the ground, the fraternity members of Sigma Nu at the University of Montana were hard at work planting trees on Sunday morning.Fortified with strong coffee...

Researchers Receive Funding for Inflammatory Disease, Cancer Studies

Researchers Receive Funding for Inflammatory Disease, Cancer Studies

Three researchers at UM recently received grants from the ALSAM Foundation. One grant will fund a collaborative two-year study of inflammation by Andrij Holian, director of UM’s Center for...

New Homestay Program Aims to Enhance Foreign Students’ Experiences

New Homestay Program Aims to Enhance Foreign Students’ Experiences

Recently, UM saw an opportunity to further integrate its foreign students in the English Language Institute into the community by matching them with a host family. With a recent trial run a...

Mansfield Library Acquires High-End Chaucer Reproduction

Mansfield Library Acquires High-End Chaucer Reproduction

UM students and faculty conducting research on Chaucer’s “The Canterbury Tales” have an exceptional new resource available through the Mansfield Library. The library recently acquired a detailed...

Mansfield Library Launches ScholarWorks Service

Mansfield Library Launches ScholarWorks Service

UM’s Mansfield Library has a new service, ScholarWorks, for preserving, showcasing and making freely available the intellectual and creative scholarship of faculty, students and staff....

Scholarship Allows Senior to Pursue Double Major in Accounting, Music

Scholarship Allows Senior to Pursue Double Major in Accounting, Music

When Sean Brogan learned that he had won the Bill and Avis Mitchell Scholarship in Music, he was pleased, surprised and grateful for the help, which he says will prove significant. The UM senior...

UM Football Coach Connects With Hospice Patient

UM Football Coach Connects With Hospice Patient

University of Montana football coach Mick Delaney recently paid a special visit to 77-year-old Earl Bilbrey, a longtime Griz fan who lives at Bee Hive Homes of Missoula. “It’s one of the happiest...

Forestry Students Manage Timber on Mount Jumbo for Diverse Benefits

Forestry Students Manage Timber on Mount Jumbo for Diverse Benefits

A team of UM forestry students set down the trail in the low light of this canyon to showcase their work restoring a stand of outlying forest to an earlier time. In a first-of-its-kind...

Monument to be Dedicated After Military Appreciation Griz Game

Monument to be Dedicated After Military Appreciation Griz Game

The Fallen Soldier Memorial at the University of Montana is a solemn reminder of those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The memorial, bearing the names of Montana soldiers who lost their lives...

Hundreds View ‘Plastic Whale Project’ During One-Day Stop at UM

Hundreds View ‘Plastic Whale Project’ During One-Day Stop at UM

In the dark theater, on a dimly lit stage, a 32-foot-long gray whale made of plastic bags looked so lifelike, it seemed to be gliding through the depths of the ocean. Hundreds of visitors came to...

Highlights from Griz Football's Thrilling Win over Cal-Poly

Highlights from Griz Football's Thrilling Win over Cal-Poly

Relive the most thrilling Grizzly football game in recent history with video highlights from UM's Oct. 19 win over Cal Poly. The Griz rallied late in the game to come from behind and win secure a...

Big Band Students Tune up for Concert with Award-Winning Musician

Big Band Students Tune up for Concert with Award-Winning Musician

UM’s four student big bands are busy rehearsing for next week’s visit from James Miley, an award-winning pianist, composer and arranger. The musician from Willamette University arrives on Monday...

Missoula Named on of Top 100 Best Place to Live

Missoula Named on List of Top 100 Best Places to Live

Livability.com recently named Missoula, home to the University of Montana, one of the top 100 best places to live. The ranking notes the city’s proximity to outdoor activities, as well as local...

Residency Program Aims to Fill Void in Montana’s Rural Health Care

Residency Program Aims to Fill Void in Montana’s Rural Health Care

Ten newly minted physicians make up the first class in the Missoula-based Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana. The residents will get top-notch training in a rural setting and come out...

Returning to his Roots: Hilliard Coaching in Kalispell

Returning to his Roots: Hilliard Coaching in Kalispell

Under the bright stadium lights last week, Lex Hilliard watched the Jets warm up for their football game. Except instead of the colossal professionals from New York, a different pint-size team of...

MMAC Exhibitions Feature Modernist Masterpieces

MMAC Exhibitions Feature Modernist Masterpieces

The Montana Museum of Art & Culture UM has assembled two exhibitions of modernist art by major artists of the 19th and early 20th centuries. The exhibitions “Figurative Modernists: Picasso,...

Five UM Grads Honored with This Year’s Distinguished Alumni Awards

Five UM Grads Honored with This Year’s Distinguished Alumni Awards

Each Homecoming, the UM Alumni Association honors outstanding alumni with Distinguished Alumni Awards. Dorothy Bridges, George Dennison, Jim Messina, Milton Parsons and Yoko Takeuchi are this...

Campus a Stage for the Revelations of Site-Specific Dance Concert

Campus a Stage for the Revelations of Site-Specific Dance Concert

When dance performances leave the confines of an auditorium for the outside world, interesting and unexpected things happen. Such revelations came into sharp focus Sunday afternoon when the...

Lifelong Learning Institute at UM Boasts Record Enrollment

Lifelong Learning Institute at UM Boasts Record Enrollment

This fall there are nearly 800 individuals registered for MOLLI courses, an all-time enrollment high, and membership also has grown to 637 members since the start of the fall term on Oct. 3. MOLLI...

Missoula College Diesel Technology Program Sees Strong Growth

Missoula College Diesel Technology Program Sees Strong Growth

Students are lining up to study diesel technology at Missoula College UM. Diesel Equipment Technology Manager Jim Headlee says MC’s Diesel Technology Program as one of the best in the country, and...

International Student Enrollment Up at UM This Semester

International Student Enrollment Up at UM This Semester

Enrollment is changing at UM, and students are feeling its effects — the student population is beginning to take on a new look in nationality. A record number of foreign students from 72 countries...

UM in Top 25 Percent of Universities Worldwide for Scholarly Citations

UM in Top 25 Percent of Universities Worldwide for Scholarly Citations

The University of Montana recently was ranked in the top 300 universities worldwide, but one factor of that ranking stands out: UM is in the top 25 percent of universities for the scholarly...

Ambition, Altruism Lead to Scholarship for Student with Disabilities

Ambition, Altruism Lead to Scholarship for Student with Disabilities

Bryan Lutgen, the 29-year-old management information systems major at UM, received the Don McGonigle Memorial Scholarship this spring. The scholarship was established in honor of McGonigle, a...

UM Improving Lives of People with Disabilities in South Korea

UM Improving Lives of People with Disabilities in South Korea

The independent living movement in South Korea is young, vibrant and ready to make the nation accessible for all people with disabilities. In August, Craig Ravesloot, director of Rural Health...

Doctoral Student Awarded USDA Fellowship for Pine Beetle Research

Doctoral Student Awarded USDA Fellowship for Pine Beetle Research

UM doctoral candidate Ryan Bracewell recently was appointed a predoctoral fellowship through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Food Research Initiative. The fellowship recognized...

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