The University of Montana will celebrate research, creative scholarship and entrepreneurship during “II2013 –Innovation and Imagination 2013,” a week of activities slated for April 10-17.
City of Missoula and University of Montana leaders launched a new Community Quality of Life Initiative on Monday, Dec. 10, pledging to work together on a variety of methods to enhance student housing options and improve neighborhood relations.
Experience campus for yourself. One of the best ways to understand if UM is the right fit for you is to visit our campus and engage with the students, faculty, and staff who make up the University community. The Office of Enrollment Services – Admissions assists prospective students and their families in arranging campus visits.
The American Institute for Economic Research College Destinations Index recently ranked Missoula, home to The University of Montana, among the top College Towns in the U.S.
The University of Montana once again was named one the top four-year colleges and universities in North America by the Princeton Review.
Development of a new partnership between The University of Montana Department of Physics and Astronomy, the California Institute of Technology and Pennsylvania State University will place UM on the cutting edge of the search for new planets and help address the age-old question, “Are we alone?”
Viewers around the world are watching an osprey pair raise their young on the banks of the Clark Fork River, thanks to a partnership between The University of Montana and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology,
Missoula businessman Jim Auger says his father instilled in him the significance of contributing on a local and personal level. Auger committed $2 million of his estate to The University of Montana School of Business Administration with his father in mind.
The University of Montana’s College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences recently secured a grant that will allow UM to host the seventh National Smokeless and Spit Tobacco Summit next August.
For the third consecutive year, the Princeton Review saluted The University of Montana as one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible “green colleges.”
For the 13th consecutive semester, University of Montana student-athletes maintained an average cumulative grade-point average above 3.0.
Plans currently are taking shape to update the Learning Commons in UM's Mansfield Library to better support student success. The Learning Commons will be upgraded to incorporate a variety of study areas, including multimedia work pods, areas for tutoring, group study and independent work.
University of Montana Professor Richard Bridges joined an elite group Friday, Nov. 18, when the state Board of Regents unanimously voted to name him Regents Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology.
More than 600 people joined The University of Montana and Grateful Nation Montana on Nov. 4 to dedicate a campus memorial to Montana troops who have died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
University of Montana Professor Jack Stanford recently received two prestigious awards for his work in the field of river ecology: one recognizing lifetime achievement and the other for exceptional conservation.
University of Montana wildlife biology Professor Dave Naugle recently received a 2011 Secretary’s Honor Award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for his work on the agency’s major sage grouse conservation initiative.
The University of Montana Foundation has established a scholarship for UM students from Japan who were afflicted by the March earthquake that caused a tsunami and nuclear disaster.
Delivered Saturday, May 14, 2011, at Washington-Grizzly Stadium
For the second consecutive year, The University of Montana’s increased efforts to make campus greener have caught the attention of a national college ranking and guide service.
The headcount enrollment at The University of Montana in Missoula this semester is 15,106, a record enrollment for spring semester at UM. Enrollment jumped 484 above spring semester last year.
Registration is now open for a tour of the Crown of the Continent region offered through the School of Extended and Lifelong Learning at The University of Montana.
Two new patents for brain imaging agents discovered at The University of Montana have produced a company called Rio Pharmaceuticals, which offers specifically designed molecules to image select biomarker proteins in the brain.
Recent statistics from The University of Montana’s Office for Civic Engagement show that UM students exceeded expectations for community service during the 2009-10 academic year, with a total of 1,641 students completing 161,246 hours of service.
The state Board of Regents voted Thursday, Sept. 23, in Butte to approve the hiring of UM Provost Royce Engstrom to become the University’s 17th president. Engstrom will begin his new duties Oct. 15.
The Daily Beast, an online news site, has named The University of Montana the 23rd safest college in the U.S on its second annual ranking.
Alumni and friends are ensuring future generations will remember the way President George Dennison and his wife, Jane, shaped The University of Montana. Trustees of The University of Montana Foundation, University alumni and community members have contributed more than $850,000 toward an endowment to honor the Dennisons.
University of Montana President George M. Dennison celebrated Earth Day April 22 by presenting UM’s Climate Action Plan to campus and area community members.
"Odyssey of the Stars – A Celebration of Artistic Journeys" will honor University of Montana alumnus and former faculty member Firman H. "Bo" Brown during its 10th anniversary production at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 10, in the University Theatre.
A 20-point halftime deficit on the home court at the conference's top-seeded team? If you're the Grizzlies, that's no reason to panic. And if you're senior guard Anthony Johnson, that's no problem.
The University of Montana Alumni Association will host reunions for alumni celebrating their 50th, 60th, and 70th class reunions on May 13-15, 2010. Reunion participants will enjoy dinners, luncheons, receptions and a tour of Missoula. They will also join UM’s graduates at Commencement on Saturday, May 15.
The 2010 Community Lecture Series at The University of Montana begins Tuesday, Feb. 16, and tickets are now available for purchase.
Twenty-nine Ponderosa pines stand in two columns to form Memorial Row on the north side of The University of Montana campus in Missoula.
The University of Montana Office of Alumni Relations will host a celebration Sunday, Oct. 4, to kick off UM Homecoming 2009 - a weeklong slate of fun and festive events for alumni and community members. The Homecoming theme this year is "Sweet Home Montana."
Directly north of The University of Montana lie the scenic peaks, glaciated valleys and postcard-perfect scenery that constitute the Crown of the Continent ecosystem – what some call “The Backbone of the World.”
A nonprofit organization that offers full college scholarships and outreach services to children of Montana soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan is gaining ground after it was recently featured in two national news shows.
When the Montana Grizzlies football team called on fans to support the fifth annual Griz for Kids Toy Drive, Griz Nation responded in full force, donating more than 3,000 toys and a record $3,500 in cash.
The Student Union at The University of Montana has provided a place for the meeting of UM minds since the first such facility opened in 1935.
Six outstanding professors will explore unknown and untold stories in The University of Montana Alumni Association’s 11th annual Community Lecture Series – “Hidden Montana: Dispelling Myths” – during February and March.
Take a tour of campus these days, and you’ll quickly realize UM in the midst of a building boom.
The Alumni Association honors UM graduates with special awards throughout the year.
The UM Alumni Band will celebrate its 20th reunion Sept. 19 and 20 at Homecoming 2008.