Two-year-old Kiki Louie prior to the grand entry at the Kyi-Yo Powwow

Drums and Dancers: Hundreds Attend Annual Kyi-Yo Powwow

As the floor filled for the grand entrance, Native American dancers began to transition from a walk, spinning and hopping until the ground beneath them disappeared into a swirl of beadwork,...

Conference attendee tour a restoration site in Montana

Professor: Restoration Ecology Industry Creating Job Growth

Restoration work in Montana is creating job growth. Statistics show an eight percent rise in such employment in Montana in 2013. That's according to Cara Nelson, associate professor of restoration...

MMAC art gallery

Montana Museum of Art & Culture Makes List of Great Museums

 TripAdvisor’s travel blog Travel Pod has named the Montana Museum of Art & Culture at the UM an Editor’s Choice pick in its list of best museums in the United States. MMAC is the only museum or...

UM student in Media Arts works on the computer

Online Students Find Community in Media Arts Program

At first, Alli Bargelski worried the sound design class she is taking online at UM would leave her feeling adrift. The BFA student in Media Arts doesn't feel that way anymore. The sophomore with a...

UM Associate Athletic Director for Communications Dave Guffey with Grizzly football player

UM’s Dave Guffey Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

The College Sports Information Directors of America recently announced they will honor longtime UM Associate Athletic Director for Communications Dave Guffey with a Lifetime Achievement Award. The...
McKenzie Capka smiles with her father, Mike Capka.

UM Student Recovering from Massive, but not Uncommon Stroke

UM freshman McKenzie Capka is recovering in her hometown of Spokane after suffering a stroke in her dorm room in February. Capka was active and healthy, but had not been feeling well for several...
osprey sit on a nest in Missoula

Osprey Watchers Await Reaction to Missoula College Construction

Missoula’s osprey soap opera is about to open its 2015 season. UM ornithologists scrambled to remove a “goose deflector” after the raptors arrived at the Missoula Osprey baseball stadium nest last...

UM police officers stand with their new canine partners

UM Police Welcome Canine Bomb Sniffers to Force

The objective of Bob and Hooch's mission is a matter of perspective. The two black Labs bounded across the Sky Club in the University of Montana's Adams Center on Wednesday morning, intent on...

UM student Hope Radford

UM Junior Earns Newman Civic Fellows Award

University of Montana junior Hope Radford recently became a Newman Civic Fellow for her work as a change-agent, focusing on issues related to climate change, social justice and sustainable food...

UM campus

Three UM Employees Earn Missoula Cultural Council Awards

The Missoula Cultural Council handed out its annual awards this week and three of the honors went to UM employees. William Marcus, director of UM’s Broadcast Media Center and Montana Public...

UM campus

Teams Develop New Ideas to Improve Rural Health Care

Medical professionals from across the country met at UM over the weekend to try to solve the health care problems of rural communities by innovating fresh ideas. The event, called Hacking Rural...

Assistant Professor Daisy Rooks

Rooks Earns Spot on 'Professors Who Inspire' List

UM sociology Assistant Professor Daisy Rooks recently was named one of “40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire” by Nerdwallet.com. Rooks and the other professors honored were chosen based on their...

Team of University of Montana geosciences students

Geosciences Team Wins Regional Competition, Advances

A team of University of Montana geosciences graduate and undergraduate students won the regional American Association of Petroleum Geologists’ Imperial Barrel Award on Saturday, March 14. The...

Garden manager Natasha Hegmann works in the aquaponic garden

UM Dining Makes First Harvest from Aquaponic Garden

In this garden, fish help grow vegetables like chard, kale and basil, and soil isn't in sight. This week, UM Dining will harvest the first plants it grew in a new aquaponic garden set up in The...

Crews work at the site of the new Missoula College building

Work Begins at Missoula College Site on East Broadway

It’s been years in the planning, but ground is finally being broken at the East Broadway site of Missoula College's new $32 million home, on the banks of the Clark Fork River. About 30 workers,...

UM students gather for a vigil on the Oval Sunday night

Montana Kaimin Editorial: Take Care of One Another

“One death of a member of the campus community, is tragic. Two is disorienting. But three, three is gut-wrenching. Sunday night on the Oval, people stood together to remember two students from UM....

the cast of Pippin rehearses

'Pippin' Offers Fresh Look at Classic Musical

The UM production of “Pippin,” should feel fresh to audience members enchanted by the original 1972 Broadway musical or the recent revival, both of which won a shelf of Tony Awards. Director...

Main Hall with Mount Sentinel in the background

A Message from the President

Dear Campus Community, It is with a heavy heart that I write to report a sad and tragic weekend for the UM family. Three students passed away this weekend in unrelated incidents. Two have been...

Professor Erick Greene in his office at UM

Professor Continues to Uncover Mysteries of Wildlife Biology

A ratty osprey soared over the Clark Fork River, a giant fish caught between its talons. A few feet away, another osprey watched from her nest. Her partner hadn’t returned home for the summer and...

Hank Green

Hank Green Loves Science, and Wants Others to Love it, Too

Hank Green, Internet Guy. Even if you don’t know who he is, there’s a good chance he has helped teach your kids or the kids of someone you know how photosynthesis, mitosis and biological molecules...

UM alumni Craig Holtet and Ron Ramsbacher

Two Alumni Transform Missoula Grocery Stores Under Local Ownership

Congratulations to UM alumni Craig Holtet and Ron Ramsbacher, who this week converted Missoula’s two massive former Safeway grocery stores to local ownership and reopened them as Missoula Fresh...

students walk across UM's Oval in winter

Provost Seeks Comments on Shortening Winter Break

UM currently has one of the longest winter breaks in the nation at six weeks. Some students, parents, faculty and administrators have raised issues regarding the length of the break. The Office of...

Doctor Tim Ceremore, right, with St. Patrick Hospital, talks with resident Mick Blake

UM's Family Medicine Residency Earns High Marks

In June 2013, western Montana had no resident physicians. This July, 30 doctors will be at work in the Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana, along with nine core faculty, more than 100...

Salish tribal elder Louis “Louie” Adams speaks during Missoula College groundbreaking

UM to Award Honorary Doctorate to Native American Educator

Salish tribal elder Louis “Louie” Adams has spent a lifetime teaching others the stories, culture and language of his people. Now the University of Montana will honor this tireless educator with...

Blackstone Manager Jennifer Stephens talks with entrepreneurs

Blackstone LaunchPad Helps Entrepreneurs Start Businesses

The Blackstone LaunchPad is a program at the University of Montana. It helps students, faculty, staff and alumni turn their ideas into businesses and nonprofit organizations. The LaunchPad has...

ruth Swaney

Forestry School Hires New Native American Program Coordinator

The College of Forestry and Conservation announces the appointment of Ruth Ann Swaney as coordinator of the Native American Natural Resource Program. Swaney is an enrolled tribal member of the...

William Shakespeare

UM to Host Shakespeare’s First Folio Exhibition in 2016

UM has been selected as Montana’s host site for “First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare,” a national traveling exhibition of one of the world’s most treasured books – the Shakespeare First...

UM alum leads Peace Corps class

UM Ranks No. 6 for Producing Peace Corps Volunteers

UM has been named the No. 6 medium-sized university for producing Peace Corps volunteers, making a big jump up from its 2014 ranking at No. 12. Currently, 27 UM alumni serve with the Peace Corps...

rescuers pull a victim from the Mount Jumbo avalanche in 2014

Mount Jumbo Avalanche: One Year Later

To get out of his head, Fred Allendorf walks. He walks in the Bitterroot or the Rattlesnake, where he often gets the urge to visit the place he once lived – a two-story home at the base of Mount...

Broccoli sprouts grow in the Lomasson Center outside of the Food Zoo.

UM Dining Garden May Triple in Size with Help from $10,000 Grant

UM received a $10,000 grant from Gov. Steve Bullock and the Growth Through Agriculture program this week, which will be used to improve the school's garden the farm to college program. UM Dining...

Students work on medical dummies at Missoula College

Health Care Students at Missoula College Find Jobs Aplenty

It’s no secret that job growth within the health care industry is booming as the American population ages. A national emphasis on preventative care, growing rates of chronic conditions and “baby...

UM alumna Shelli Johnson

Alumna Looks Back: ‘My Most Spectacular Failure was a Gift’

“The years tell us what the days cannot.” UM alumna Shelli Johnson reflects on what she considered her greatest failure at the time: losing her basketball scholarship and quitting the team....

Globetrotter Shane Scooter Christensen interacts with a young fan

Alumnus Scooter Christensen Finds Stardom with Globetrotters

Although he didn’t know it at the time, Shane “Scooter” Christensen spent most of his life practicing to be a Harlem Globetrotter. As a youngster, he was inseparable from his basketball and when...

Comics writer Tim Daniel shows some of his work

UM Staff Member’s Comic to be Adapted for Television Series

UM staff member Tim Daniel, who turned a hobby into a second career as a comics writer, will soon see his creation adapted into a live-action television show. The Missoula writer's title,...

Purple Heart veterans are recognized during UM basketball game

UM Recognized as Purple Heart University for Service to Veterans

During halftime of Saturday night's basketball game at Dahlberg Arena, UM officially became a Purple Heart university. Capt. Char Gatlin, chief of staff for the Department of Montana Military...

UM Entertainment Management students and program director at Pollstar Live conference

Entertainment Management Students Attend Industry Conference

Several UM students recently traveled to Nashville to attend Pollstar Live! 2015, the premier conference and trade show for the concert industry. The students from UM’s Entertainment Management...

doctors work at the Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana

UM Family Medicine Residency Program Earns High Marks

UM’s family medicine residency program recently was awarded the highest level of accreditation available from its oversight organization. The Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana earned...

a demonstration in UM's new planetarium

UM’s State-of-the-Art Planetarium Up and Running

It's understandable if you're unaware of the hidden planetarium beneath the Native American Center. The project has been in the works since 2013, but the astronomy department has kept it pretty...

A rainbow arches over Mount Sentinel

UM Seeks Comment on Natural Areas Management Plan

UM is seeking public comment on a draft management plan for the land UM owns on Mount Sentinel and at Fort Missoula. It is the first management plan for UM’s natural areas, which total more than...

Kian Bertin atop Ch-paa-qn Peak

Ch-paa-qn Peak: Shuffling from Anguish to Enlightenment

“The phone rings and rings, each chime pounding in my head. I groan, stretching my arm out, reaching for the source of my annoyance. I flip it open, sit up, and blearily rub my eyes. An annoyed...

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