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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 Classical Languages and Literatures, recently returned from an extensive recruitment and alumni outreach trip to China and Taiwan. Evans and Zhen visited seven universities, toured two elementary schools and hosted three alumni dinners. Read more

July 12th, 2013

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UM, Montana GEAR UP Offer Academic Summer Camp at Blackfeet Community College

UM, Montana GEAR UP Offer Academic Summer Camp at Blackfeet Community College

This week, middle school students from Montana’s GEAR UP partnering school districts are taking part in activities drawn from NASA’s educational database as they attend the five-day “STEM is Cool, Montana” academic summer camp.  Blackfeet Community College is hosting University of Montana faculty, staff and students as they introduce camp participants to fun applications for science, technology, engineering, and math disciplines.  Learn more about Montana GEAR UP here.

June 20th, 2013

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Deputy Commissioner Discusses Two-Year Colleges, Future of Bitterroot College

Deputy Commissioner Discusses Two-Year Colleges, Future of Bitterroot College

Earlier this week, Bitterroot College in Hamilton became the last of the seven two-year colleges in the state to unveil its new name and logo. In a feature interview on Montana Public Radio, Deputy Commissioner for Two-Year and Community College Education John Cech talks about the changing role of the two-year colleges, and the future of the relatively new Bitterroot College. Read more

June 20th, 2013

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Effort, Attitude Spell Success for Bitterroot College Graduate

Effort, Attitude Spell Success for Bitterroot College Graduate

Clark Sisler was in his late 40s, severely injured and unemployed with a family to support when he decided to enroll at Bitterroot College in 2010. On Friday afternoon, Sisler will graduate and deliver the commencement address for the Bitterroot College Class of 2013. Read more

May 17th, 2013

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Class of 2013: Wildlife Biology Grad Trades Office for Outdoors

Class of 2013: Wildlife Biology Grad Trades Office for Outdoors

After a 17-year career selling cars, bookkeeping and running an office in Seattle, Tracy Wendt is lined up to graduate with the University of Montana’s Class of 2013. Except she won’t be lining up at all. She’ll jump into a summer job with Montana Trout Unlimited before starting graduate school next fall. Read more

May 16th, 2013

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DOJ Wraps Up Investigation, Praises UM's Progress, President Engstrom

DOJ Wraps Up Investigation, Praises UM's Progress, President Engstrom

Today, the U.S. Department of Justice confirmed the resolution of two investigations into the University of Montana’s handling of allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment, and we announced our collaborative agreements moving forward. Read more

May 9th, 2013

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UM's new logo

UM Unveils New Brand Initiatives

The University of Montana unveiled its new logo and brand identity to employees April 30 in the University Center Theater during an internal event hosted by UM’s Office of Integrated Communications. “This always has been a great University,” said Mario Schulzke, UM’s assistant vice president for marketing. “We just really needed a fresh storytelling platform to be able to communicate to the public all of the amazing things that are happening here on a daily basis.” Read more

April 30th, 2013

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“Mountains Beyond Mountains” by Tracy Kidder

UM Announces 2013 First-Year Reading Experience Book

The University of Montana has selected “Mountains Beyond Mountains” by Pulitzer Prize-winner Tracy Kidder as the 2013 First-Year Reading Experience book. The nonfiction book recounts the work of renowned infectious-disease specialist Dr. Paul Farmer as he tackles tuberculosis and the effects of poverty in Haiti, Peru, Cuba and Russia. Read more

April 18th, 2013

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