Students in Philanthropy Course Award $10,000 in Grant to Nonprofits

Students in Philanthropy Course Award $10,000 in Grant to Nonprofits

A UM class, Can Giving Change the World?, granted $10,000 to local nonprofits on Dec. 12, at the Davidson Honors College. The class, part of UM’s Global Leadership Initiative, focused on awarding...

College of Education Lauded for Excellence in Accreditation Review

College of Education Lauded for Excellence in Accreditation Review

UM’s Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences recently earned the highest possible marks from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. The accreditation...

Report by Environmental Studies Students Details Food Co-op's Growth

Report by Environmental Studies Students Details Food Co-op's Growth

With its successes mounting, the Western Montana Growers Cooperative last year contracted UM professor Neva Hassanein and students in the Environmental Studies program to analyze the co-op’s role...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Student Named UM’s First Intermountain Children’s Home Doctoral Fellow

Student Named UM’s First Intermountain Children’s Home Doctoral Fellow

As a doctoral student in UM’s Department of Counselor Education, Tara Smart remains focused on her passion: advocating for children and helping others to understand the unique needs of special...

Wildlife Biology Program Appoints Professor Lowe as Interim Director

Wildlife Biology Program Appoints Professor Lowe as Interim Director

UM’s Wildlife Biology Program recently appointed an interim director and a new student adviser. Winsor Lowe will lead the program for the next two years, and Darr Tucknott joins the staff as...

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