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...

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...

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...

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...

Griz Student-Athletes Read to Bonner Schoolchildren

Griz Student-Athletes Read to Bonner Schoolchildren

Grizzlies athletes Anna Pershouse and Ryan Burke came to class early on Thursday to brush up on their reading assignment for Bonner School. The pressure was on: Each had a second-grade class to...

UM Ranked Among Top 300 Universities Worldwide

UM Ranked Among Top 300 Universities Worldwide

For the second year in a row, UM has been ranked among the top 300 universities worldwide in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. UM is ranked in the 276-300 level of the 2013-14...

National Geographic, Brutus Visit UM to See How Bears Travel at Night

National Geographic, Brutus Visit UM to See How Bears Travel at Night

"America the Wild" host Casey Anderson brought Brutus the grizzly to UM’s Washington-Grizzly Stadium and let him roam the field to study how bears travel in the dark. Watch the video here.

Students Receive Grant for Restoration Work on Rock Creek

Students Receive Grant for Restoration Work on Rock Creek

The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation recently awarded UM students a $15,000 grant to work with Five Valleys Land Trust to restore a 290-acre property at the confluence of...

Wilderness and Civilization Students Share Stories of Educational Adventures

Wilderness and Civilization Students Share Stories of Educational Adventures

UM’s is home to the unique Wilderness and Civilization Program, an inspiring and demanding academic program that each year immerses a small group of students in the study of wildland conservation...

Homecoming Week Kicks Off; Events Run Through Saturday

Homecoming Week Kicks Off; Events Run Through Saturday

The usual shimmer and shine found at Southgate Mall got an added boost on Sunday when the UM’s drum line and spirit squads arrived with boisterous fanfare. Starting at JC Penney Court, the maroon...

'Avenue Q' Brings Life Lessons, Puppets to Campus Stage

'Avenue Q' Brings Life Lessons, Puppets to Campus Stage

There’s a lot of learning going on in “Avenue Q,” a foul-mouthed Broadway musical – for the puppet characters and for UM’s student puppeteers who have been busy learning the art of puppetry from...

UM Named One of America’s 100 Best College Buys

UM Named One of America’s 100 Best College Buys

The University of Montana was named one of America’s 100 Best College Buys by Institutional Research & Evaluation Inc., an independent research and consulting organization that helps recruit and...

Alums, Community Invited to Celebrate UM Homecoming

Alums, Community Invited to Celebrate UM Homecoming

The community is invited to join the festivities during UM’s 2013 Homecoming Week, set for Sept. 29-Oct. 5, with a full schedule of traditional events. This year’s Homecoming theme – “Up With...

Missoula, Bitterroot Colleges to Receive Grant Money to Expand

Missoula, Bitterroot Colleges to Receive Grant Money to Expand

Missoula College and Bitterroot College of the University of Montana will receive close to $1.4 million and $930,000, respectively, from a $25 million grant awarded by the U.S. Department of...

Founders, Students in UM Black Studies Program Recall 1968 Launch

Founders, Students in UM Black Studies Program Recall 1968 Launch

Ulysses Doss and the founding members and first students of the Black Studies Program launched in 1968 at the University of Montana gathered Friday to kick off their reunion, celebrating the...

UM Seeks Comment on Potential Missoula College Locations

UM Seeks Comment on Potential Missoula College Locations

Two sites are under consideration for a new Missoula College building: South Campus and East Broadway. UM President Royce Engstrom will consider public input before announcing a preferred site....

Multicultural Program Prepares Campus, Community for Diverse World

Multicultural Program Prepares Campus, Community for Diverse World

UM’s Multicultural Learning Solutions program is expanding beyond campus and into the community after interest in the program nearly doubled between 2012 and 2013. Global Gateway is a program that...

Student Affairs IT, Tech Assistants Help Students Connect, Succeed

Student Affairs IT, Tech Assistants Help Students Connect, Succeed

An increasing dependence on technology means UM students often require assistance connecting to campus resources. The Student Affairs IT office and Resident Technology Assistants help students...

Join the Conversation at TEDxUMontana Viewing Parties

Join the Conversation at TEDxUMontana Viewing Parties

The first TEDxUMontana event will be held at 7 p.m. Sept. 19, in the Masquer Theatre of the Performing Arts and Radio/TV Center at UM. Tickets for TEDxUMontana are sold out, but you can still be...

Watch the 2013 Montana Economic Development Summit Live from Butte

Watch the 2013 Montana Economic Development Summit Live from Butte

From heavy-hitting keynote speakers to ambassadors from some of the world’s most dynamic economies to breakout sessions with industry leaders, there is something for everyone at the 2013 Montana...

Farm to College Program Celebrates 10 Years of Buying Local

Farm to College Program Celebrates 10 Years of Buying Local

When the Farm to College program launched at the University of Montana in 2003, Dining Services worked with eight local producers to help bring food to the table. Now, as the program celebrates...

Two Community Forums to Discuss Potential Missoula College Sites

Two Community Forums to Discuss Potential Missoula College Sites

UM will hold two public forums this month to gather additional community feedback on two potential sites for a new Missoula College building. President Royce Engstrom will host two public forums...

Fitness and Recreation Center Introduces Functional Training Area

Fitness and Recreation Center Introduces Functional Training Area

Visitors to the UM Fitness and Recreation Center on the north end of campus will notice a major change this semester. Where stationary bikes used for group cycling classes once stood, a new...

Student Helps Find Safe Routes to School for Children with Disabilities

Student Helps Find Safe Routes to School for Children with Disabilities

Research shows that children with disabilities experience more social isolation, higher obesity rates and as pedestrians, they are five times more likely to be hit by a vehicle when compared to...

Montana Gov. Bullock Makes Stop at UM During Education Tour

Montana Gov. Bullock Makes Stop at UM During Education Tour

Gov. Steve Bullock brought his statewide education tour to UM on Friday, continuing his push to bolster early childhood learning and get more degrees into the hands of adults. After stopping at...

College of Forestry Marks 100 Years with Centennial Celebration

College of Forestry Marks 100 Years with Centennial Celebration

The UM College of Forestry and Conservation will celebrate its centennial this year with three days of events. All alumni and friends of the college are invited to events taking place Sept. 19-21....

From Smoke to School: Students Spend the Summer on the Fire Line

From Smoke to School: Students Spend the Summer on the Fire Line

It’s hot. It’s hard to breathe. Work has now been going on for over 24 hours. And there is no coffee. This may sound like a bad dream, but for firefighters like Andy Vale, “It’s a pleasure.” Vale...

 Instructor Named to National Environmental Justice Advisory Council

Instructor Named to National Environmental Justice Advisory Council

A UM environmental studies instructor from the Blackfeet Reservation has been appointed to a three-year term on the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council, which advises the...

Student Art Featured on UM's Annual Parking Pass

Student Art Featured on UM's Annual Parking Pass

The campus parking passes at the University of Montana feature a special touch this year, highlighting the artwork of a UM student. Angela Brooker, a sophomore in the UM School of Business...

Carillon Bells in UM’s Main Hall Ring with Tradition

Carillon Bells in UM’s Main Hall Ring with Tradition

Four days a week, 52 weeks a year, the carillon bells chime loud from the clock tower at high noon across the campus of the University of Montana. It's a tradition that runs as deep as any other...

UM Ranked Among Top Schools for Research, Service, Social Mobility

UM Ranked Among Top Schools for Research, Service, Social Mobility

The University of Montana made the top 100 in a list of universities ranked by research, service and social mobility. Washington Monthly magazine, a nonprofit publication, gave UM an overall...

Navy SEAL Wounded in Afghanistan to Attend Griz Opener

Navy SEAL Wounded in Afghanistan to Attend Griz Opener

Attending a University of Montana football game was the last thing on Bo Reichenbach’s mind last July when he was critically injured by an improvised explosive device while on patrol in...

Enter Ticket Drawing Now for TEDxUMontana Sept. 19

Enter Ticket Drawing Now for TEDxUMontana Sept. 19

The University of Montana will host TEDxUMontana at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, in the Masquer Theatre of the Performing Arts and Radio/TV Center. The program will feature nine speakers, two TED...

Survey: Nearly Half of UM Students Commute By Foot, Bike, Bus

Survey: Nearly Half of UM Students Commute By Foot, Bike, Bus

Buses arrived at the University of Montana campus full for the first day of class on Monday, as students kicked off a new academic year. Nearly half of all students bike, walk or ride the bus to...

Montana Teens Explore Cambodia During Leadership Program Trip

Montana Teens Explore Cambodia During Leadership Program Trip

Nearly a month spent in Cambodia taught Andie Palagi many things. In particular, that her teen-age counterparts there have lots in common with American teens. In July, Palagi, 17, who attends...

UM Student Completes Summer Communication Internship at White House

UM Student Completes Summer Communication Internship at White House

There are few more iconic places to spend a summer than the White House. University of Montana student Sara Thane did just that through the White House Internship Program in Washington,...

President Looks to Year Ahead in State of the University Address

President Looks to Year Ahead in State of the University Address

UM President Royce Engstrom delivered his annual State of the University on Aug. 23 to an audience of faculty, staff, students and community members. Engstrom introduced several new administrators...

Students Begin Arriving on Campus as Autumn Semester Nears

Students Begin Arriving on Campus as Autumn Semester Nears

With the start of a new academic year just days away, residence halls at the University of Montana are braced for a wave of incoming freshmen, just as the university’s cafeterias prepare to feed...

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