Paige Williams

MonTEC Creates Collaborative Environment for Missoula Startups

Community and connections are an intentional mission to foster successful startups at Montana Enterprise Technology Center. Now that the center’s office space is full with nine promising...

UM's Criminology Research Group

Criminology Research Group Awarded ‘Outstanding Program’ Status

The Montana Board of Crime Control recently awarded the University of Montana Criminology Research Group a Certificate of Outstanding Program award to recognize its contributions to public safety,...

Flathead Lake

Flathead Lake Biological Station Halfway to Meeting $1 Million Challenge

Hundreds of families, foundations and businesses have stepped up to the plate to help the Flathead Lake Biological Station meet a $1 million fundraising challenge. With more than $560,000 in...

mountain goat in Glacier National Park

UM Publishes Crown of the Continent, Yellowstone Region E-Magazine

UM has published a new e-magazine titled Crown of the Continent and the Greater Yellowstone. Filled with stunning photos and informative stories about the Glacier and Yellowstone park regions, the...

sun rising over Mount Sentinel

UM Commits to Improving Services to Students with Disabilities

UM has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights to ensure educational accessibility for people with disabilities. The resolution agreement outlines a...

UM Associate Professor Nate McCrady

Planet Hunters: NASA Grant Launches UM Effort to Discover New Worlds

UM Associate Professor Nate McCrady is part of a new project called Minerva that is on the hunt for rocky planets similar to the Earth around 100 nearby stars. The project involves four...

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Board of Regents Approves Neural Injury Center at UM

The Montana Board of Regents on March 7 approved a proposal by UM to open the Neural Injury Center, empowering students with traumatic brain injury and other neural injuries to access support and...

Royce Engstrom, Earle Layser, Jim Burchfield

UM Receives $1.5 Million Boost for Conservation from Wyoming Couple

A UM alumnus has committed $1.5 million of his estate to the College of Forestry and Conservation. The gift from Earle Layser and his late wife, Pattie, of Alta, Wyo., will endow a professorship...

Paul Gladen interviews with media

UM Launches New Blackstone Entrepreneurship Program

Set to a space-age countdown from 10 to one, the Blackstone LaunchPad program took flight at UM on Thursday, opening its doors to the “21st Century Montana Entrepreneur.” Held before a crowd...

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...

Grad student Traci Brown in lab

Graduate Student Researches Effects of Poor Diet on Lung Function

Meet Traci Brown, a graduate student working with the Center for Environmental Health Sciences in UM’s Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Brown studies the effects of obesity on...

Cedar sculpin fish species

Researchers Discover New Fish Species in Idaho, Montana Rivers

Genetic testing has confirmed the presence of a new fish species in Idaho and Montana rivers. Cedar sculpins are small, prehistoric-looking and tasty to trout. The discovery was a collaborative...

UM Professor Joel Berger

Professor Named Finalist for Most Prestigious Animal Conservation Prize

UM wildlife conservation Professor and John J. Craighead Chair Joel Berger has been named a finalist for the 2014 Indianapolis Prize, the world’s leading award for animal conservation. Selected...

UM grad student Forrest Jessop

Graduate Student Awarded Prestigious Fellowship in Toxicology

UM graduate student Forrest Jessop was recently awarded the PhRMA Pre-doctoral Fellowship in Toxicology to assist dissertation research focused on chronic inflammatory diseases of the lung. The...

Researcher Kathleen Humphries

Rural Institute Researcher Helps Guide National Agenda on Health and Disability

Researchers at UM’s Rural Institute are doing more than just responding to the nation’s agenda on health and disability; they are setting the agenda. Kathleen Humphries, a nutrition researcher at...

antelope running

Professor Part of National Park Service Effort to Protect Migrating Wildlife

The National Park Service and the country’s leading wildlife experts are developing a plan to conserve migrating wildlife as it moves through protected areas. Unveiled in a paper published last...

wolf

UM Study Finds Wolf Predation of Cattle Affects Calf Weight in Montana

A recent study by UM  faculty and graduate students found that wolf predation of cattle contributes to lower weight gain in calves on western Montana ranches. This leads to an economic loss at...

Medical resident consults with patient

Medical Residency Program Looks to Expand as Residents Complete First Year

The patient room at Partnership Health Center is full on a weekday morning, the doctors racing about in close conversation with young family medicine residents fresh out of medical school. But the...

Grad Student Prepares for Career in Toxicology at Center for Environmental Health Sciences

Grad Student Prepares for Career in Toxicology at Center for Environmental Health Sciences

Graduate student Rupa Biswas explored several universities that conduct research on toxicology before choosing UM. “The research in Pulmonary Toxicology and Immunotoxicology at UM intrigued me and...

Cyber Innovation Lab Taking Shape on UM Campus

Cyber Innovation Lab Taking Shape on UM Campus

It doesn’t look like much right now – a sparse room with rows of folding tables, empty walls and outgoing Macintosh computers. But come spring, this room on the ground floor of the...

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...

UM Student Creates Guide Explaining the Science of Climate Change

Student Creates Guide Explaining the Science of Climate Change

UM Climate Change Studies student Rudy Baum has created a 16-page guide to the science of climate change. “The science of climate change doesn’t have to be overly technical,” Baum writes. “The...

UM Institute Reveals 2013 Was a Good Year for Montana Tourism

UM Institute Reveals 2013 Was a Good Year for Montana Tourism

Despite the October government shutdown, 2013 was a good year for Montana tourism according to preliminary findings by UM’s Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research. More than 11 million...

Kauffman Foundation Study Finds Missoula Booming with Technology Startups

Kauffman Foundation Study Finds Missoula Booming with Technology Startups

Entrepreneurship startup communities are being touted as the next new thing in economic development across the country—especially in the high-technology and information technology sectors. A study...

Running Ranked as Influential Author in Remote Sensing

Running Ranked as Influential Author in Remote Sensing

Steve Running, UM Regents Professor of Ecology, recently was ranked one of the top 20 most productive authors worldwide in remote sensing research. The ranking analyzed citations of remote sensing...

Professor’s Research Featured in Weather Channel’s ‘Freaks of Nature’annel’s ‘Freaks of Nature’

Professor’s Research Featured in Weather Channel’s ‘Freaks of Nature’

UM Professor Brent Ruby recently was featured in an episode of "Freaks of Nature" on the Weather Channel. Ruby is director of the Montana Center for Work Physiology and Exercise Metabolism and...

Graduate Student Studies Immune System Signaling Molecule

Graduate Student Studies Immune System Signaling Molecule

Meet Bryan Simmons, a graduate student working with the Center for Environmental Health Sciences in UM’s Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Simmons studies a specific signaling...

Fire Scientists, Lawmakers Meet at UM to Explore Wildland-Urban Interface Issues

Fire Scientists, Lawmakers Meet at UM to Explore Wildland-Urban Interface Issues

While the scars left by the Lolo Creek Complex fire have gone from black to white in recent weeks, the memories left by the summer conflagration are still fresh. On Wednesday, with the fire’s...

College of Education Lauded for Excellence in Accreditation Review

College of Education Lauded for Excellence in Accreditation Review

UM’s Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences recently earned the highest possible marks from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. The accreditation...

Realtor Turns Commissions into Donations for UM Biological Station

Realtor Turns Commissions into Donations for UM Biological Station

A real estate agent whose success depends upon the beauty and health of Flathead Lake is contributing to continuous lake monitoring. Dusty Dziza, owner of Flathead Lake Land & Home in Kalispell,...

Recent Study Identifies UM Clinical Psychology Program as ‘Hidden Gem’

Recent Study Identifies UM Clinical Psychology Program as ‘Hidden Gem’

A recent article in a professional psychology journal recognized UM’s doctoral program in clinical psychology as one of 10 accredited programs that has “exceptionally good outcomes for its...

Graduate Researcher Focuses on Helping Children with Asthma

Graduate Researcher Focuses on Helping Children with Asthma

Meet Luke Montrose, a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Center for Environmental Health Sciences at UM. He investigates the impact of indoor air pollution on the immune pathway that is thought to...

Beetle Expert: Current Cold Snap Unlikely to Kill Mountain Pine Beetle

Beetle Expert: Current Cold Snap Unlikely to Kill Mountain Pine Beetle

It’s cold in Western Montana right now and expected to get colder this weekend. But UM forest entomology and pathology Professor Diana Six says this prolonged and uncomfortable deep freeze...

Student Wins National Collegiate Honors Council Poster Award

Student Wins National Collegiate Honors Council Poster Award

UM senior Kim Ledger, a biology major with an emphasis in ecology, won the student poster competition award in the category of Environmental Science, Sustainability and Green Technology at the...

Proposed Center to Treat Student Veterans, Advance Neuroscience Research

Proposed Center to Treat Student Veterans, Advance Neuroscience Research

A proposed Neural Injury Center at UM will help veterans identify issues caused by neurologic injuries and connect them with community resources. It also will provide collaboration and...

UM Shares $10 Million Grant to Convert Beetle-Killed Trees to Biofuel

UM Shares $10 Million Grant to Convert Beetle-Killed Trees to Biofuel

The U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded nearly $10 million to an academic, industry and government consortium to study the major challenges in using insect-killed trees as a sustainable...

Researchers Training Honey Bees to Detect Deadly Landmines

Researchers Training Honey Bees to Detect Deadly Landmines

Millions of landmines remain buried below ground in former warzones around the world. Each year, they injure and kill thousands. Fox News recently visited Missoula to interview UM researcher Jerry...

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