PEAS Farm Director Josh Slotnik speaks

Community Celebrates Renewed PEAS Farm Lease

Raising carrot sticks in a toast, community leaders on Wednesday lauded the new lease that protects the PEAS Farm. Representatives from Garden City Harvest, Missoula County Public Schools and the...

Students study in library for finals

Foggy Finals Before Freedom for UM Students

If the winter fog hid supernatural creatures in Stephen King’s novella “The Mist” or the 1980 zombie movie “The Fog,” then Missoula’s soupy weather may hold something equally sinister for UM...

book cover of The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien

Two Students Selected Winners of UM’s First-Year Essay Contest

The First-Year Reading Experience Committee at UM recently selected freshmen Libbey Barsness and Nathaniel Smith as the winners of the First-Year Essay Contest. As part of the First-Year Reading...

students age 50 and over enjoy a MOLLI class

$1 Million Gift Supports Lifelong Learning at UM’s MOLLI

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UM, known as MOLLI, has received a $1 million grant from The Bernard Osher Foundation. A $950,000 endowment gift and $50,000 in operating funds will...

UM student Walker Milhoan speaks at podium

Student’s Business Venture Makes Final Rounds at NYC Competition

Running a ranch can be complicated, but UM student Walker Milhoan has a technology that he thinks will make ranching more sustainable and profitable. And his business venture is promising enough...

Monte poses with the new semi at Missoula College

New Training Semi Tractor-Trailer Arrives at Missoula College

UM mascot Monte was on hand recently to celebrate the arrival of a new training semi tractor-trailer rig at Missoula College UM. The unit was purchased with Trade Adjustment Assistance Community...

students walk across the Oval in late fall

Engstrom: UM to Increase Emphasis on Research, Health Care

UM is reviewing its programs and expects to grow its emphasis on research and health care while injecting the humanities into all academic pursuits, school officials said Monday. Meeting with the...

items created in UM's new FabLab

School of Art Opens New Digital ‘Fabrication Lab’

UM’s new "fabrication lab," or "FabLab," as they've dubbed it, is stocked with two 3-D printers, 3-D scanners, 3-D pens, a vinyl cutter, an oversized printer, and soon a laser engraving machine....

Griz scoreboard operator Patrick Ryan

Grizzlies' Scoreboard Operator to Retire After 38 Years

He’s climbed these steps many times over the past 28 years, a stretch dating back to 1986 when Washington-Grizzly Stadium opened. But that wasn’t the beginning of Patrick Ryan’s job as the...

UM student and Marching Band member Noah Lopez

Still Standing: One Student’s Story of Personal and Musical Growth

He marched across the field of Washington-Grizzly Stadium with 35 pounds of silver-plated brass wrapped around his torso. Stepping with the heavy instrument was no easy feat for Noah Lopez, the UM...

Montana Tradition: UM limited edition collection

UM Releases Retail Line with Throwback Colors

The classic copper, gold and silver colors are making a one-year comeback at the University of Montana. On Friday, Nov. 21, UM released a limited-edition retail line featuring its official school...

Can the Bobcats Nov. 8-22

Help UM Can the Bobcats by Donating to Canned Food Drive

The Can the Bobcats Canned Food Drive is in full swing and donation bins are available all over town. The food drive is a friendly contest between UM and MSU to see which community can collect the...

Anderson and Roe Piano Duo

Acclaimed Classical Piano Duo Visits Missoula for Concerts, Class

UM music Professor Steven Hesla knew he had to get Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe to Missoula. He saw the acclaimed classical piano duo perform at the Music Teachers National Association...

Julie Edwards talks about an exhibit at the Mansfield Library that explores book burnings in Nazi Germany.

UM Exhibit Explores Nazi Book Burning, Modern Censorship

On a cold April night in 1933, hundreds of university students worked themselves into a fervor tossing books that challenged the German spirit onto a roiling bonfire. The book burning is depicted...

UM Gives Charitable Giving Campaign

Join the Charitable Giving Campaign at UM to Support Local Nonprofits

Each fall, hundreds of UM employees raise thousands of dollars for local nonprofit charities in our community by generously donating to UM’s Charitable Giving Campaign. The 2014-15 campaign is...

UM Alumna Nancy O'Connor

Longtime UM Supporter, Alumna Nancy O’Connor Passes Away

UM alumna and longtime supporter Nancy O’Connor passed away Nov. 10 at her home in Malibu, Calif., at the age of 84. O’Connor was the daughter of Ralph and Hulda Miller Fields, who were also UM...

Stay Up for Good: fundraising.stjude.org/montana

Students Stay Up to Raise Funds for Children at St. Jude

UM students have raised more than $25,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital this year, and they plan on staying up all night this Friday to honor the kids they’re helping. The St. Jude Up...

UM's Gallagher Business Building

Local Innovators Share Important Lessons with UM Students

Throughout the fall 2014 section of Regents Professor Jakki Mohr’s Marketing of High Technology Products and Innovations class (BMKT 460), students have had the opportunity to hear many of...

UM plant ecologist Ray Callaway

Renowned UM Plant Ecologist Nominated for Regents Professor

Biology Professor Ragan “Ray” Callaway, an internationally renowned ecologist, has been nominated to become UM’s 10th Regents Professor. Upon approval by the Montana Board of Regents during its...

Udo Fluck teaches global competency to young students

UM’s Global Gateway Program Instills Global Competence

A self-proclaimed “man of many hats,” Udo Fluck lives up to that title both literally and metaphorically. Nestled in a corner of UM’s International Center, Fluck’s office boasts just a few of the...

Paul Kirgis

UM School of Law Names Paul Kirgis New Dean

Paul F. Kirgis, a professor at St. John’s University School of Law, has been selected to lead the University of Montana School of Law as dean. Kirgis will begin his new duties July 1, 2015. UM...

locker rooms in the future Washington-Grizzly Champions Center

UM Receives $7 Million Donation for Athletic Champions Center

The Washington family, for whom Washington-Grizzly Stadium at UM is named, has once more stepped forward with a major gift to the UM Department of Athletics. The sons of Dennis and Phyllis...

UM Journalism Dean Larry Abramson

Mansfield Center Podcast Features Interview with UM Journalism Dean

The Mansfield Global Leadership Podcast is a series by the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at UM that captures the wisdom of international thought leaders and industry experts. The latest...

Sign advertising Mansfield Library exhibition

Exhibition on Nazi Book Burnings on Display at Mansfield Library

The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library at UM is now hosting an exhibition produced by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum that explores how the German book burnings of 1933 became a potent symbol...

book jacket image on The Things They Carried

Author O'Brien Visits UM, Talks of War, Truth and Writing

Tim O’Brien was stuck writing another book when he took a break in the late 1980s and penned “The Things They Carried,” a story that explores meaning in three simple words: “This is true.” That...

UM Golf Course Clubhouse

UM Dining Plans New Restaurant for Golf Course Clubhouse

What once served as a deli for famished University of Montana students will reopen early next year as a casual yet upscale restaurant offering views of the University Golf Course. A building...

Amanda Browder's fabric art on display at UM

Fabric Artist Amanda Browder Brings Installations to Missoula

Nationally celebrated fabric artist and Missoula native Amanda Browder is displaying her large-scale fabric soft sculptures during an exhibition at the Montana Museum of Art & Culture at UM....

Student stands in front of UM's Payne Family Native American Center

UM Ranked Among Nation’s Top Degree Producers for Native Americans

UM is the 26th top degree producer for Native American students in the nation, according to the Diverse: Issues in Higher Education list, “2014 Top 100 Degree Producers.” The study names UM 40th...

UM's Mansfield Library

Student Input Sparks Study Space for Student Veterans

The library is one of the most commonly used places on campus by student veterans and now has a designated veteran’s study room within its walls. The $10,000 to refurnish the lounge came from an...

UM students practice fencing at recent workshop

Fencing Club Attracts Students Who Want to Keep Mind, Body Sharp

The UM Fencing Club held a free workshop last week, and a couple of dozen novices showed up to learn the basics of the sport. There are 15 dues-paying members, but the club always welcomes – and...

UM campus

World University Rankings Lists UM Among Top 350 Colleges Worldwide

For the third year in a row, UM is ranked among the top 350 universities worldwide in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. UM is ranked in the 301-350 level of the 2014-15 list....

Hyeok Yun, a UM undergraduate, and Research Professor Craig Ravesloot

Student, Research Professor Teach Each Other Valuable Lessons

Hyeok Yun, a UM undergraduate student from South Korea, is gaining a wider perspective on how art therapy and counseling are impacted by disability research. Under the direction of Craig...

UM equestrian team at Utah horse show

Equestrian Team Rides to Early Season Success

UM’s equestrian team may fly under the radar on campus, but they're riding circles around their competition. Earlier this month, the team traveled to Utah State University to compete in the first...

International students interact at UM's annual International Culture and Food Festival

International Student Enrollment at UM Hits Record High

More international students are choosing to attend the University of Montana than ever before. UM’s Office of International Programs reports 832 international students enrolled this semester,...

People attend the opening ceremony for the Elousie Cobell Land and Culture Institute at UM

Elouise Cobell’s Legacy Finds Permanent Home at UM

The Elouise Cobell Land and Culture Institute at the University of Montana officially opened its doors Oct. 10. The institute is located in The Payne Family Native American Center. The institute...

Missoula College Professor and author Kim Zupan

'Debut' Label Masks Years of Work for Novelist Kim Zupan

“The Ploughmen,” is technically Kim Zupan’s debut novel, but the years beg to differ. The 62-year-old has spent the past quarter-century working as a carpenter to support his writing. Before he...

UM sophomore Jesse Desrosier is proposing a Native Languages club

Sophomore Steps Up to Create Native Languages Club

Despite the loss of the University's Blackfoot language classes, students may still have a chance to learn Native languages. A proposed Native languages student club is working on getting...

Students in a MOLLI classroom at UM

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Surpasses Record Enrollment

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UM, known as MOLLI, has surpassed its all-time enrollment high this fall. There are 930 individuals registered for courses, and MOLLI membership grew to...

A campus image of Main Hall

Social Work Master’s Program Named Among Most Affordable

The Social Work Degree Guide recently ranked the UM social work master’s program No. 3 among the “Top 25 Most Affordable Master’s in Social Work Degree Programs 2014.” Noting the program’s...

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