Brazilian student Bruno Andrade

UM Welcomes More Brazilian Science Students to Campus

UM recently welcome a new round of international students as part of the Brazilian Scientific Mobility Program, a government-funded initiative to send 100,000 Brazilian students to study in...

UM Assistant Professor Bernadette Sweeney

Drama Students Collaborate on Oral History Project to Create Documentary Play

Before you can tell someone’s story, you have to listen. This seemingly simple act is the basis of a recently published play researched, devised and performed by UM drama students. The play,...

UM ethics team winners

Team of Students Wins International Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl

A team of UM students recently won the 18th International Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl after competing against undergraduate students from 32 different universities.  Students Hayden Hooker and...

Snow at Miyajima by Koitsu Tsuchiya

New Exhibition at MMAC Celebrates Japanese Art and Culture

Committed to offering the highest-quality art, the Montana Museum of Art & Culture at UM will host a traveling exhibition titled “The Japanese Woodblock Print: An Extension of the Impermanent.”...

Professor Chris Palmer

Chemistry Professor Earns Fulbright to Conduct Research in Brazil

UM Professor Chris Palmer recently received a Fulbright-Brazil Scientific Mobility Program award. Palmer will travel to São Carlos, Brazil, in 2015 to study at the University of São Paulo...

UM student in India

Students Travel to India for Environmental Reporting and Writing Course

A group of UM students is traveling through India this month as they learn about the impacts of population on the environment during a study abroad offered by the UM School of Journalism....

Researchers’ Study Shows Large Carnivore Numbers, Range Declining Worldwide

Researchers’ Study Shows Large Carnivore Numbers, Range Declining Worldwide

New research co-written by UM scientists finds steep declines in the worldwide populations and habitat range of 31 large carnivore species. The analysis, published Jan. 9 in Science, shows that 77...

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...

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...

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...

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 Improving Lives of People with Disabilities in South Korea

UM Improving Lives of People with Disabilities in South Korea

The independent living movement in South Korea is young, vibrant and ready to make the nation accessible for all people with disabilities. In August, Craig Ravesloot, director of Rural Health...

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...

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...

Peru Announces Partnership with UM College of Forestry and Conservation

Peru Announces Partnership with UM College of Forestry and Conservation

Peruvian Ambassador Harold Forsyth on Monday announced a cooperative agreement with UM’s College of Forestry and Conservation that will send American students to the woods and rivers of the South...

Art Professor Commissioned for International Ceramic Biennale

Art Professor Commissioned for International Ceramic Biennale

UM Professor Beth Lo was one of four American artists paid a commission of $3,000 to create a ceramic piece of art for a major Korean art exhibit. Lo’s work will be featured in the “Main...

Brazilian Students Arrive at UM to Study for One Year

Brazilian Students Arrive at UM to Study for One Year

The University of Montana is pleased to welcome 28 new students from the Brazilian Science Mobility Program for autumn semester 2013. BSMP is a scholarship funded by the Brazilian government and...

Demand on the Rise for UM Program for International Students

Demand on the Rise for UM Program for International Students

Seventeen students from five countries crowded into a small classroom at the University of Montana on Tuesday to mark the second day of school. Language professor Quincie Albrecht apologized for...

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...

Researcher Finds Loss of Sea Ice Causes Ecological Changes

Researcher Finds Loss of Sea Ice Causes Ecological Changes

 A new paper co-written by UM associate professor Mark Hebblewhite details ecological changes caused by a loss of Arctic sea ice. The paper concludes that the loss of sea ice obviously will impact...

Professor Documents Cashmere Industry’s Impact on Wildlife in Central Asia

Professor Documents Cashmere Industry’s Impact on Wildlife in Central Asia

Using data collected from India, Mongolia and China’s Tibetan plateau, a team of international researchers that includes UM Professor Joel Berger have found a disturbing link between the global...

Scientists Use New Approach to Reveal Function of Greenland’s Ice Sheet

Scientists Use New Approach to Reveal Function of Greenland’s Ice Sheet

Findings from a large-scale ice drilling study on the Greenland ice sheet by a team of University of Montana and University of Wyoming researchers may revise the models used to predict how ice...

Religion Scholar at UM Chases Text Destruction in Ancient World

Religion Scholar at UM Chases Text Destruction in Ancient World

Nathaniel Levtow is one of a handful of scholars who can read the cryptic words engraved on tablets and boundary stones from the ancient Near East. This summer, the UM religious studies professor...

UM International Students Conduct Internships in D.C.

UM International Students Conduct Internships in D.C.

Students come to the University of Montana from around the world to earn an education, and many programs that sponsor international students require them to complete internships as part of their...

New Study Reveals High CO2 Uptake Capacity of Tropical Forests

New Study Reveals High CO2 Uptake Capacity of Tropical Forests

Plants take in and store carbon dioxide as they grow. As the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere increases, researchers want to know if plant growth can keep pace with and take up more of this new...

Dean Evans Conducts Productive Recruitment, Outreach Trip to China and Taiwan

Dean Evans Conducts Productive Recruitment, Outreach Trip to China and Taiwan

Roberta Evans, dean of the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Montana, along with Cao Zhen, senior lecturer in UM’s Department of Modern and...

UM Teacher Candidates Travel to India for Student-Teaching Practicum

UM Teacher Candidates Travel to India for Student-Teaching Practicum

Three University of Montana teacher candidates recently returned from a 16-week student-teaching practicum in the Palni Hills of south India. UM’s Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and...

Steven McDaniel and Jaydene Topenio McDaniel will leave for a Chateaubriand Fellowship in France in early September.

UM Graduate Students Receive Fellowships to Conduct Research in France

Two University of Montana students have earned Chateaubriand Fellowships to carry out collaborative research in a French laboratory in Clermont-Ferrand. Steven McDaniel is a graduate student in...

English Language Institute at UM Celebrates 20 Years

English Language Institute at UM Celebrates 20 Years

The English Language Institute of the Office of International Programs at the University of Montana recently celebrated of 20 years on campus. The program, which currently serves 250 students from...

UM Students Win National Honors in Russian Essay-Writing Contest

UM Students Win National Honors in Russian Essay-Writing Contest

The University of Montana Russian Program continues to shine this year, with two students recently capturing top prizes in a national Russian-language essay contest. Dakota Whisler received a...

Native American Grad Students Travel to India for Research Exchange

Native American Grad Students Travel to India for Research Exchange

Three University of Montana graduate students will depart for India on May 14 to work with Indian students and faculty on a research exchange. The three UM students, all Native Americans, will...

Eight UM Students Offered Fulbright Research, Teaching Scholarships

Eight UM Students Offered Fulbright Research, Teaching Scholarships

Eight undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Montana have received Fulbright Scholarship award notifications for the coming year.The Fulbright Program is the flagship...

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