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Educational Enrichment

DiverseU

DiverseU is a campus-wide series of events focused on diversity at UM. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members discuss, present, perform, and exhibit art throughout the day.

View the DiverseU website for upcoming events

Faculty Development Office

The Faculty Development Office coordinates and develops opportunities for faculty to grow professionally and personally. The Office provides resources to foster teaching, research/creative activity, and service.

Visit the Faculty Development Office website

Mansfield Center Brown Bag Lecture Series

The Mansfield Center promotes better understanding of Asia, U.S. relations with Asia, and ethics and public affairs. All presentations are free and open to the public.

View the schedule for the Mansfield Center Brown Bag Lecture Series

Molli - Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UM, also known as MOLLI, offers programs that promote the lifelong learning and personal growth for individuals age +50 through a diverse collection of non-credit, short courses offered in the fall, winter and spring.

Visit the MOLLI website to explore learning opportunities

President's Lecture Series

The President’s office established the President’s Lecture Series in 1987 as a means of bringing outstanding speakers to the UM campus. Ten speakers with original and important ideas in three areas, the humanities, the sciences, and the arts, present each semester.

View the President's Lecture Series schedule

School of Extended and Lifelong Learning

The School of Extended & Lifelong Learning (SELL) at The University of Montana creates and provides innovative and flexible education solutions and personal growth opportunities for diverse audiences.

Visit SELL's website to learn about their diverse course offerings

Solid Finances 2014-2015 Series

Solid Finances is a series of financial education webinars that are held in the fall and winter each year. The goal of these workshops is to provide working Montanans high quality unbiased financial education opportunities. There is no cost to participate in the series and no products or services are sold or recommended during the series. Because the series is webinar based, individuals can participate from the comfort of their home or office. The series also offers hosted sites in some communities as another way for individuals to participate in the series. The location of hosted sites are announced each fall, along with the schedule for the year.

Access the Solid Finances website to view the schedule and previously recorded webinars