UM Professor Kyle Volk

History Professor Volk Receives UM’s Educational Excellence Award

UM history Professor Kyle Volk is an inspirational educator who holds his students to the highest expectations, so it was no surprise to his students and colleagues when he recently was awarded...

UM Professor Joel Berger in the field

Indianapolis Prize Finalist Focuses on American West

As a professor at UM, Joel Berger makes his living in classrooms. But his real passion is outside, in some of the most inhospitable places on earth. Berger has done research across five...

UM junior Whitney Snow

Junior Named Student of the Year by American Indian Business Leaders

UM student Whitney Snow, of Olympia, Wash., recently was awarded the American Indian Business Leaders 2013-14 Student of the Year award. She was recognized at the 20th annual American Indian...

UM student Rebecca Collins

Essay Contest Winner to Take Studies to Camino de Santiago

UM student Rebecca Collins recently named the winner of the inaugural Phi Beta Kappa Association of Western Montana Essay Contest. Her essay, titled “Reflecting the Active World,” exposes her love...

UM junior Mona Schwartz

Junior to Spend Summer in D.C. as Kimmitt Public Service Intern

Mona Schwartz, a UM junior from Bozeman, will travel to Washington, D.C., this summer as the recipient of the 2014 J. Stanley Kimmitt Public Service Internship. Schwartz, who majors in political...

UM doctoral student Kevin Trout

Doctoral Student’s Passion for Science, Medicine Leads Him to UM

Kevin Trout is a Ph.D. student in UM’s Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences who studies the inflammatory reaction to implantable medical devices. “I chose to attend graduate school...

Cyber athletes compete

Cyber Triathlon Competitors Race One Another in Digital Contest

There are very few competitions where the rules have to expressly prohibit hacking another participant’s computer. On Saturday, UM hosted the inaugural Cyber Triathlon, which pitted teams against...

UM campus

Fundraising Record Broken with $37.4 Million Donated to UM

This will go down as a record-breaking year for fundraising at UM. The UM Foundation has received $37.4 million in donations and pledges this fiscal year, which began July 1. This breaks a record...

Stream of big data numbers

Missoula Startup That Searches Legal Big Data on Verge of Growth

When Joel Henry stepped away from his job teaching computer science at UM to attend law school, he couldn’t know that his interest in searching piles of electronic legal data would spin into a new...

Cedar sculpin fish species

Discovery of a Small Fish in Montana, Idaho May Have Big Implications

One day last summer, Michael LeMoine, a Ph.D. candidate in fisheries biology at UM, carried a nondescript cardboard box into the Missoula FedEx office. Inside it was a jar of ethanol containing a...

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Missoula, UM Take Weeklong Look at Big Data, its Effects

Data impacts all of our lives, from how businesses cater to our demands to how governments allocate resources. Missoula is home to several companies and organizations that work with big data,...

UM Professor Joel Berger in the field

Man of the Muskoxen: Joel Berger Protects Big Mammals

When you think of animals at risk, muskoxen probably don't leap immediately to mind. Unless you're Joel Berger. The UM professor of wildlife conservation studies the effects of climate change on...

students on Story Lab Retreat

Retreat Brings Journalists, Scientists, Conservationists Together

The best way to spark collaboration among journalists, scientists and conservationists might just be to corral them on a Rocky Mountain Front ranch. Researchers, conservation advocates,...

Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta

Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta Delivers Lecture at UM

The power to hunt down a terrorist like Osama bin Laden may not be enough to protect the United States from the folly of its own spending problems, former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta told a...

Professor Erick Greene teaches students outdoors

Biology Professor Erick Greene Wins UM Teaching Award

From Missoula classrooms to the Peruvian rainforest, UM Professor Erick Greene’s work makes an impact on students and his colleagues. So much so, that he received the 2014 UM College of Humanities...

Stephen Kalm performs in Zankel Hall

NYT Times Review: Telling Stories, From ‘Beowulf’ to the Hobo Life

Stephen Kalm, dean of UM’s College of Visual and Performing Arts, took to the stage on April 22 in New York City’s Carnegie Hall, where he performed in the Harry Partch opera “The Wayward” as part...

UM Journalism Dean Larry Abramson

Prominent NPR Correspondent to Lead UM School of Journalism

During his lengthy career with National Public Radio, Larry Abramson has covered the fall of the Berlin Wall, chronicled the recovery of New Orleans schools after Hurricane Katrina and analyzed...

Students walk across campus

$5 Million Gift for UM Scholarships to Benefit Generations of Students

UM has received $5 million to endow a scholarship fund for Montana students with financial need. The gift came from a donor who wishes to remain anonymous. The gift includes $144,000 for...

Professor Carl Seielstad

Professor Seielstad Wins 2013 Wildland Fire Leadership Award

UM Professor Carl Seielstad recently earned the 2013 Paul Gleason Lead by Example Award from a national interagency wildfire committee. The award is given to firefighters who are exceptional...

UM ethics team

Underdog Ethics Team’s Tale of Victory a True Cinderella Story

If Hollywood made movies about philosophers the way it does athletes, then UM’s top finish in the national ethics bowl might fall in the class of “Rudy,” “Rocky III” or, even better, “The...

volunteers build trail on Rock Creek

Wildland Restoration Students, Volunteers Improve Rock Creek Access

Five Valleys Land Trust and UM’s Wildland Restoration Program teamed up Saturday to host a volunteer day at the confluence of Rock Creek and the Clark Fork River. Some 60 volunteers gathered to...

UM media arts student works with professor

UM Now Offering Online Bachelor’s Degree in Media Arts

Students in Missoula and afar now can take advantage of UM’s first Bachelor of Arts degree that can be earned fully online. Beginning autumn semester 2014, the UM School of Media Arts will launch...

UM student Hope Radford earns Udall Scholarship

Sophomore Hope Radford Earns Prestigious Udall Scholarship

UM sophomore Hope Radford won a $5,000 2014 Udall Scholarship, contributing to a new No. 37 legacy by becoming the 37th Udall Scholar in the school’s history. At the start of her Community,...

Large American flag displayed in stadium

UM Works to Create Degree Plans for Vets, Revitalize Student Group

UM is working to bolster veteran support and services on campus, including launching an effort to help students create degree plans and revitalizing the UM chapter of Student Veterans of America....

UM grad student Jennene Lyda

Grad Student Studies Genetic, Environmental Factors that Progress Disease

Meet Jennene Lyda, a graduate student working with the Center for Environmental Health Sciences in UM’s Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Lyda studies the way genetics and the...

UM student Mara Menahan

UM Student Mara Menahan Named Newman Civic Fellow

Campus Compact recently honored UM student Mara Menahan as a Newman Civic Fellow. Menahan, a senior from Helena, is one of eight Montana students recognized this year. The recognition honors...

Brazilian student Bruno Andrade

UM Welcomes More Brazilian Science Students to Campus

UM recently welcome a new round of international students as part of the Brazilian Scientific Mobility Program, a government-funded initiative to send 100,000 Brazilian students to study in...

art by Professor Beth Lo

Professor Beth Lo Honored by Missoula Cultural Council

Beth Lo came to Montana for adventure, and set about establishing a prolific career. She’s a ceramic artist who’s won praise around the globe. She’s a UM professor, heading a department once led...

mountain goat in Glacier National Park

UM Publishes Crown of the Continent, Yellowstone Region E-Magazine

UM has published a new e-magazine titled Crown of the Continent and the Greater Yellowstone. Filled with stunning photos and informative stories about the Glacier and Yellowstone park regions, the...

UM campus

UM Alumnus Donates $11 Million to Provide Scholarships for Students

A 1953 UM alumnus has committed $11 million of his estate for academic scholarships at his alma mater, the largest pledge for scholarships in the history of the University. Tom Cotter, of Palo...

sun rising over Mount Sentinel

UM Commits to Improving Services to Students with Disabilities

UM has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights to ensure educational accessibility for people with disabilities. The resolution agreement outlines a...

Culinary student William Gervais

Culinary Student Takes Bronze at Regional Competition

Missoula College culinary arts student William Gervais won a bronze medal at the American Culinary Federation Western Regional competition March 3 in Oakland, Calif. Gervais competed in the...

UM Associate Professor Nate McCrady

Planet Hunters: NASA Grant Launches UM Effort to Discover New Worlds

UM Associate Professor Nate McCrady is part of a new project called Minerva that is on the hunt for rocky planets similar to the Earth around 100 nearby stars. The project involves four...

SoBA students exit building

IT Consulting Firm Expands, Offers Big-City Opportunity for UM Graduates

When Tom Stergios opened Advanced Technology Group’s Missoula Solution Center, he did so with a handful of employees, banking on the quality of University of Montana School of Business...

UM law student Shannon Hathaway

Law Student Named Champion of Justice for Advocacy Work

UM law student Shannon Hathaway was recently named a Champion of Justice by the Montana Justice Foundation for her efforts to involve students in pro bono and civic engagement. As president of the...

illustration of the human brain

Board of Regents Approves Neural Injury Center at UM

The Montana Board of Regents on March 7 approved a proposal by UM to open the Neural Injury Center, empowering students with traumatic brain injury and other neural injuries to access support and...

College of Education and Health Sciences

Washington Foundation Gifts $2.4 Million for Online College-Prep Curriculum

The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation has made a $2.4 million gift to the Montana Digital Academy at UM to launch a statewide project designed to help students avoid remedial coursework...

UM ethics team winners

Team of Students Wins International Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl

A team of UM students recently won the 18th International Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl after competing against undergraduate students from 32 different universities.  Students Hayden Hooker and...

Royce Engstrom, Earle Layser, Jim Burchfield

UM Receives $1.5 Million Boost for Conservation from Wyoming Couple

A UM alumnus has committed $1.5 million of his estate to the College of Forestry and Conservation. The gift from Earle Layser and his late wife, Pattie, of Alta, Wyo., will endow a professorship...

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