September 22, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.UC 330-333. Discuss new techniques and proven approaches in a variety of outcomes assessment areas including course-level and programmatic assessment of learning outcomes, general education and major fields, high impact learning practices, competency program assessment, assessment of co-curricular activities/programs, and assessment of student affairs.
RSVP: Breakfast and lunch will be served at the workshop. To help us plan and notify us of any special needs/dietary restrictions, please RSVP to email@example.com by Monday, September 15.
Each semester, the Provost invites distinguished UM faculty members to share their expertise with the campus community. All lectures are free and open to the public.
Charter Day, February 13, is a time to celebrate the teaching and learning that has been taking place at UM for 120 years and counting.
Each year, the University of Montana commemorates the signing of the United States Constitution on September 17, 1787 with a Constitution Day lecture. The Office of the Provost sponsors this annual lecture, which is free and open to the public.
Constitution Day Lecture 2014
Constitutional Law, Constitutional Memory and Constitutional Politics
Ken I. Kersch, Associate Professor of Political Science, History and Law, Boston College
7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25
Law School 101
Academic Convocation occurs each fall and is a celebration to officially welcome incoming students to the University of Montana. UM’s Marching Band leads students to the oval, where they are greeted by university faculty, staff, and administrators. Each college and school hosts a bonfire where students gather to enjoy ice cream and meet people who will inspire, challenge, and support them throughout their UM careers.
The Faculty Development Office coordinates and develops opportunities for faculty to grow professionally and personally.
The Office of the Provost coordinates an orientation for our new faculty members before the start of each Academic Year.
The Robert T. Pantzer Presidential Humanitarian Award is granted annually to a person from the University of Montana or the State of Montana who has contributed substantially to making the University a more open and humane learning environment.