August 3, 2015 Deadline for 2016-17 Core Fulbright Scholar Program Application. Visit the Fulbright's current catalog of awards to view the 575 opportunities being offered for the 2016-17 academic year. With grants in more than 45 disciplines to 125+ countries, a world of opportunity awaits!
The Association of International Education Administrators recently selected University of Montana Associate Provost for Global Century Education Paulo Zagalo-Melo as one of its Presidential Fellows, a highly prestigious program of mentorship for new senior international officers.
President Engstrom shares his impression of meeting our Humphrey Fellows earlier this spring in the latest edition of Montanan, the magazine of the University of Montana. "Language and cultural studies are essential to a twenty-first century education. At UM, we are proud of our strength and tradition in these essential academic arenas."
On January, 20, the University of Montana signed a Memorandum of Understanding among the Kumamoto Prefecture Board of Education, Missoula County Public Schools, and UM.
The University of Montana will host a ceremony Tuesday, January 20 to commemorate the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding among the Kumamoto Prefecture Board of Education, Missoula County Public Schools, and UM.
Check out the films showing in spring 2015 at the Roxy Theater as part of Global Gateway's Foreign Film Series.
The last film in Global Gateway's Foreign Film Series for the semester, Like Water For Chocolate will be playing at the Roxy Theater at 7pm on December 3rd.
Babette's Feast, the third film in Global Gateway's Foreign Film Series, is playing at the Roxy Community Theater at 6:30pm on November 19th.
September 17th marked the kickoff of UM Global Gateway’s Foreign Film Series with “Big Night” playing at the Roxy Theater.
Nearly 50 grants are available in the 2015-16 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program competition for U.S. academics, professionals, and researchers to teach and/or conduct research in Brazil.
June 16th-17th Montana students and community engaged with researchers from Brazil, Germany, New Zealand, Canada, Hungary, Korea, Holland, and all over the United States.
Peter Baker will participate in the fifth annual EducationUSA Forum in Washington D.C. from June 23-25, 2014 on behalf of the University of Montana.
Come experience the hard work of three Humphrey Fellows as they present and discuss urban development at the Jeanette Rankin Peace Center, Thursday, June 19th.
Come listen, learn, and discuss issues surrounding media, political issues and freedom of information with Humphrey Fellows from China and Mexico.
The Fulbright Scholar Program announced its call for applications has opened for U.S. scholars interested in research in Austria for 2015-2016.
The Montana World Affairs Council welcomes the Humphrey Fellows at the KettleHouse Community UNite on Wednesday, May 14, 6-8 pm.
Dr. Lori Gray has been invited to present at the International Society for Music Education (ISME) conference in Brazil this summer.
Christopher Kirkpatrick and Maxine Ramey have been invited to perform and present at several universities throughout South Korea.
On Wednesday, March 26th, 120 people found their way to the Roxy Community Theater on Higgins Avenue, to watch The Lives of Others.
Yhannels Limongi, who attended the English Language Institute at UM last fall and hopes to return, has joined protesters demanding political change in Venezuela.
The Fulbright-Brazil Scientific Mobility award will support professor Palmer during his research at the University of São Paulo Institute of Chemistry in São Carlos, Brazil.
Geosciences Professor George Stanley will be honored as a Fellow of the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) on February 21 at the at the Japanese Embasy.
On December 12th the Office of International Programs (OIP) hosted its biannual ‘International Education Celebration’ at the Payne Family Native American Center at the University of Montana.
More University of Montana students are studying abroad than ever before, despite the drop in enrollment. Just over 300 students studied in other countries last year.