Visiting student Joseph Vorderbruggen with Mentor Dr. Donald Anderson

Visiting Student Researches Toxicity of Engineered Nanomaterials

During UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program, visiting student Joseph Vorderbruggen is researching the toxicity of engineered nanomaterials, including those made of gold and zinc oxide, while...

A UM Bear Statue glows at sunrise

UM Aims for Most Beautiful Campus Designation

Travel+Leisure magazine named UM among the top 20 most beautiful campuses in the nation, but we want to be No. 1! Support Montana and Griz Nation by voting here through July 6.

A picture of the three researchers involved in the study

UM Chemist to Study Climate, Health Effects of Wildfire Smoke

UM scientists will fly straight into the smoke of western wildfires as part of a collaborative research project, thanks to a new grant from the National Science Foundation. Assistant Professor Lu...

A picture of Main Hall on the UM campus

More Than 2,000 Montana Students Earn Scholarships from UM

Students at the University of Montana received $5 million in scholarships during the 2016-17 academic year. The following Montana students are among the recipients of more than 2,000 scholarships...

A picture of a pint of HuckleBeary ice cream

Big Dipper Partners with UM on Huckleberry Ice Cream

Lovers of ice cream and the Griz can celebrate two of their favorite things with the release of HuckleBeary, a newly branded flavor from Missoula’s own Big Dipper Ice Cream. The...

A UM student engages with young children in a classroom setting

College Launches New Journal on Best Practices in Early Childhood Education

The Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences at UM has launched a new journal on best practices in early childhood education. The Journal of Early Childhood Scholarship and...

Montana-native-turned-Nashville star Tim Ryan

‘Play Me Montana’ Brings Alum Tim Ryan Rouillier Back to Where it All Began

Montana-native-turned-Nashville star Tim Ryan’s grandest dream yet – a musical memoir called “Play Me Montana” – will open at UM’s  Dennison Theatre on June 17. His magnum opus, featuring a...

Restoration specialists treat the gun with a high performance and durability coating system.

UM Research Center Conserves Gun from Famed Sunken Battleship

The Center for Integrated Research on the Environment at UM has been tasked with restoring a gun from the USS Maine, the historic warship that sank in 1898. The Maine played a key role in events...

UM School of Journalism building plaque

Students Recognized for Excellence by Society of Professional Journalists

UM journalism students made a splash during the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2016 Mark of Excellence Awards held during the SPJ spring conference. In addition to taking home a national win...

SURP Student Natalie Alvarez, center, with Mentor Dr. Yoon Hee Cho, right, and toxicology student Beth Cole

Visiting Student Researches Epigenetics, Nanomaterials During Summer Program

Visiting student Natalie Alvarez is working with researchers in UM’s Center for Environmental Health Sciences to analyze the relationship between diet and carbon nanotube inflammation, especially...
UM doctoral candidate Brett Addis works in the field

Preserve and Protect: UM Researchers Team Up with UM Army Corps of Engineers

Boosted by a $45 million research award, UM’s Center for Integrated Research on the Environment is working with Army Corps of Engineers to solve problems at Air Force bases across the country.

<image_alt />

2,743 UM Students Make Dean’s List, President’s 4.0 List

At the University of Montana, 2,743 students made the spring semester 2017 Dean’s List and President’s 4.0 List. To qualify for the Dean’s List or President’s 4.0 List, students must be...

University of Montana Presidential Search

The Search for the Next President of the University of Montana

Visit the Presidential Search page on UM President’s Office website for updates on the search, timelines and the search committee member roster.

UM Dining’s compost van sports a new custom paint job courtesy of a UM student who volunteered his artistic skills.

Student Gives UM Dining Compost Van a New Look with Custom Paint Job

UM Dining’s compost van has a sharp new paint job courtesy of a student graffiti artist who offered his services for free after seeing the plain gray van driving around campus. The artist, who...

UM's Blewett School of Law

UM Law School Ranks 15th in Nation for Federal Judicial Clerkship Placement

The Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana ranks 15th in the nation for placing new graduates in federal judicial clerkships, based on the past three years of data. The...

UM to Fukushima website

UM to Fukushima: Journalism Students Report from Japan

Several UM journalism students are in Fukushima, Japan, reporting on the effects of the nuclear disaster that occurred there in 2011. The trip is part of UM’s Montana Journalism Abroad program....

doctoral candidate Joanna Kreitinger works in UM Professor David Shepherd’s campus lab.

Second Doctoral Candidate Earns P.E.O. Scholarship Award

Joanna Kreitinger, a biomedical sciences Ph.D. student at UM, is one of 100 doctoral students in the U.S. and Canada selected to receive a $15,000 Scholar Award from the P.E.O. Sisterhood. “The...

A core taken from Greenland’s snow layer shows that meltwater has penetrated and refrozen into solid ice

Scientists Receive Grant to Investigate Heat Trapped in Greenland’s Snow Cover

A new $1.54 million grant from the National Science Foundation will fund University of Montana geoscientists as they study the deep layer of compacted snow covering most of Greenland’s ice sheet....

UM doctoral candidate Eric Palm

Doctoral Student Earns NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship

UM doctoral candidate Eric Palm recently was selected for the prestigious NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship. Palm and his adviser, Professor Mark Hebblewhite, were awarded $45,000 to study...

Coach Pinkerton talks with players during a game

Pinkerton Voted Big Sky Softball Coach of the Year

There are any number of reasons his peers could have voted Montana's Jamie Pinkerton the Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year, which they did this month, making it twice in two years Pinkerton has...

UM students enjoy an outdoor meal prepared by UM Dining

UM Dining Earns Five Awards for Exceptional Food Service

UM Dining recently was recognized with five Loyal E. Horton Dining Awards from the National Association of College and University Food Services competition. The awards celebrate exemplary menus,...

A drawing of a Fur Trade period pit house

Anthropologist Reveals Native Lifestyles in New Book

UM researcher Anna Prentiss is helping to fill holes in the history of indigenous peoples living in the Pacific Northwest during the Fur Trade period.

An image of Hank Green

UM Grad Hank Green Bases Internet Empire in Missoula

Combining a passion for knowledge with a penchant for silliness has produced a winning equation for Hank Green, Missoula’s most widely known internet entrepreneur. His web of channels, platforms,...

<image_alt />

African-American Studies Marks First Graduating Class

UM celebrated its first cohort of graduating seniors with majors in African-American studies during Commencement on Saturday, May 13. For 49 years, UM students could take classes in...

An image of a tranquilized tiger

Tiger Experts Cross the Globe to Learn from Montana Biologists

The first thing you need to know about tigers: They like to eat bears. The second thing: They’re best studied in Missoula, Montana. Despite being half a planet away from the nearest wild tiger...

graduates celebrate at UM Commencement

2,122 UM Students Earn Degrees

UM had 2,122 students who were degree candidates for spring semester 2017. The students listed here are UM degree candidates or have been awarded their degrees for spring semester 2017.

Kathryn Oost, a Ph.D. student in clinical psychology at the University of Montana

Psychology Doctoral Student Wins $15,000 Scholarship

Kathryn Oost, a Ph.D. student in clinical psychology at UM, is one of 100 doctoral students in the U.S. and Canada recently selected to receive a $15,000 Scholar Award from the P.E.O. Sisterhood.

map of ScholarWorks downloads by country

UM ScholarWorks Reaches 1 Million Downloads

ScholarWorks, UM's online scholarly repository, has achieved a momentous milestone: 1 million downloads. The service is online at http://scholarworks.umt.edu. Managed by the Mansfield Library,...

Students interact during Bill McCaw's educational leadership class

College Students Attend Classes Via Remote-Control Stand-In Robots

Someone looking in on Bill McCaw’s educational leadership class at UM might see students talking in small groups, or peers helping each other on assignments. It’s an age-old classroom scene,...

UM forestry student John Parcell competes in a Woodsman Team event

Montana Woodsman a Cut Above the Rest

John Parcell spent a good chunk of his youth chopping wood, never suspecting it might someday factor in his fate. He grew up in Condon, and after enrolling at UM his love of the outdoors prompted...

UM researchers Andrea and Don Stierle

Berkeley Pit Water Leads to Groundbreaking Scientific Discovery

Organisms found in the Berkeley Pit's toxic water are leading to a scientific breakthrough, according to two UM professors. Andrea and Don Stierle paired together two fungi taken from pit water in...
Student researcher Megan Miller recently presented a poster at UM’s annual Conference on Undergraduate Research

Student Researcher Studies Social Media Data for Health Promotion Project

Undergraduate student researcher Megan Miller recently presented a poster titled “Analysis of Factors Contributing to a Facebook Presence” at UM’s annual Conference on Undergraduate...

UM Foundation President and CEO Cindy Williams

UM Foundation Names New President and CEO

Cindy Williams has been named president and chief executive officer of the University of Montana Foundation, board chair Mary Olson announced May 15. Williams has been a leader on the foundation’s...

The Montana Rep cast rehearses before their trip to China

Montana Rep Brings Classic 'Mockingbird' to China

Since 1997, "To Kill A Mockingbird" has been the Montana Repertory Theatre's signature play. Now professional theater-in-residence at the University of Montana is taking Harper Lee's classic tale...

UM softball team celebrates a win

Grizzly Softball Team Wins Big Sky Championship

Montana, in just its third season, used the pitching of tournament MVP Michaela Hood and a seven-run fourth inning to defeat top-seeded Weber State 9-5 in the Big Sky Conference championship game...

Zhibing Cara Zhou, UM graduate

UM Student Inspired by Grandfather, Stepdad to be Medical Doctor

Coming up on graduation, Zhibing "Cara"Zhou has a 4.0 grade point average at UM, and in August, she heads to medical school to become a doctor, melding the science that fuels her mind with the...

Lucile Speer, delegate to Montana Constitutional Convention, 1971-72, signs the Constitution on March 22, 1972.

Donor Creates New Faculty Position at UM to Honor Legendary Librarian

Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, UM has its first endowed chair in the humanities. The new Lucile Speer Research Chair in Politics and History honors Lucile Speer and her...

UM graduates make their way toward the stadium for Commencement

UM to Hold 120th Commencement May 13

UM’s 120th Commencement exercises will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 13, in Washington-Grizzly Stadium. UM alumna Jennifer Isern will be the featured speaker. Late UM President George Dennison...

UM School of Art students participate in an online group critique.

UM Launches New Online Art Degree

UM’s School of Art just launched a fully online art degree, which is the first of its kind in the state. The Bachelor of Arts in studio art gives students a diverse toolbox of skills important to...

UM Professor Harry Fritz

Professor Fritz Makes Another Attempt at Retirement

Harry Fritz is celebrating 50 years of teaching at UM and is apparently retiring this term, but either way he leaves a legacy of service not only for the university but for the state.

Late President Emeritus George Dennison

UM to Host Dennison Celebration of Life on Friday, May 12

Historian and educator George M. Dennison was UM’s longest-serving president from 1990 to 2010. The University and the Dennison family will honor the enduring impacts of his legacy during a...

MBA student Chase Anderson

MBA Student Recognized for Humanitarian Efforts

Graduating MBA student Chase Anderson is the recipient of the Marion McGill Smith School of Business Administration Humanitarian Award. The son of a Honduran immigrant, Anderson has always...

UM wildlife biology doctoral student Will Janousek

UM Student Earns US Fish and Wildlife Fellowship

A UM wildlife biology doctoral student recently earned a fellowship to study endangered species habitat along the Rio Grande River. Will Janousek received the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s...

Heather Jurva, center, with an Elementary class at the Hangzhou New Century Foreign Language School

International Student Teaching Enhances Graduate's Success

International student teaching placements are a particularly strong draw for students in UM’s education program. Heather Jurva, a recent UM graduate in secondary English education, is a prime...

Geoscience Assistant Professor Payton Gardner works with a student

Griz Alumni Return as Faculty in Geosciences Department

Two new faculty members in UM’s Department of Geosciences, Payton Gardner and Hilary Martens, started their career on campus as undergraduates. Both earned Ph.D. degrees at other universities...

Select a Page

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. 11
  12. 12
  13. 13
  14. 14
  15. 15
  16. 16
  17. 17
  18. 18
  19. 19
  20. 20
  21. 21
  22. 22
  23. 23
  24. 24
  25. 25
  26. 26
  27. 27
  28. 28
  29. 29
  30. 30
  31. 31
  32. 32
  33. 33
  34. 34
  35. 35