Dr. Celine Beamer and UM student Shelby Cole

UM Student Researches Inflammatory Lung Disease Treatments

UM pharmacy student Shelby Cole is participating in UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program in the Center for Environmental Health Sciences. She is conducting research concerning interactions...

The Himalaya mountain range in Nepal

UM Researcher Earns NSF Grant to Study Tectonics in Nepal

The Himalayas mark one of Earth's youngest mountain ranges. They also signal the location of an active seismic region, as the people of Nepal witnessed on April 25 when a magnitude 7.8 quake...

UM's Student Athlete Advisory Committee

UM Student-Athletes Claim Big Sky’s SAAC Cup

UM student-athletes recently claimed  Big Sky Conference’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee Cup. The conference-wide competition was held over the past year and involved two separate contests: a...

The surface of Mars

NASA Comes to Arlee: UM Grad Bestows Montana Names on Mars

The Mars rover Curiosity was rolling through Arlee on Friday. Not that Arlee. The one on Mars. “Because western Montana is interesting geologically, it ranked up there to get on the names list,”...

Washington-Grizzly Stadium at UM

Musburger to Call Montana Football Opener Aug. 29

Brent Musburger's ties to athletics in the state of Montana come with a lengthy list, but one thing the longtime broadcasters has never done is call a Montana Grizzlies football game. That'll...

Jessica Ray and mentor Gini Porter

Visiting Student Explores Nanoparticles as Environmental Contaminants

Meet Jessica Ray, an animal science major from Michigan State University who is participating in UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program through the Center for Environmental Health...

Jack Stanford, outgoing FLBS director, and incoming Director James Elser stand next to the station’s research vessel, the Jessie B.

Flathead Lake Biological Station Hires New Director

James “Jim” Elser, an internationally renowned freshwater ecologist, will become the next director of the University of Montana’s century-old Flathead Lake Biological Station. UM President Royce...

Mark LoParco

UM Dining Director Earns Prestigious National Award

UM Dining Director Mark LoParco recently received an award for his leadership and contributions to the National Association of College and University Food Services and the collegiate foodservice...

UM defensive tackle Caleb Kidder

Defensive Tackle Kidder Chosen to Wear #37 Legacy Jersey

When NFL-bound former Grizzly defensive end Zack Wagenmann texted current Griz Caleb Kidder and asked him to join the recent grad for a workout recently, Kidder wasn't surprised. It was what...

Jessie B., the Flathead Lake Biological Station’s research boat

Refurbished Boat Returns to Flathead Lake Biological Station

The Flathead Lake Biological Station’s research boat, the Jessie B., returned to its dock recently after a six-month absence. The welded-aluminum hull on the station’s refurbished boat now houses...

A 2015 NASA image of a blue marble earth

UM Ranked in Top 2.4 Percent of Universities Worldwide

The Center for World University Rankings recently ranked UM No. 585 out of universities worldwide, placing the University in the top 2.4 percent of more than 25,000 degree-granting institutions of...

UM researchers Sarj Patel, left, and Tom Rau, right, study blood-based biomarkers that indicate how the brain reacts following a traumatic brain injury.

NFL, GE Award UM Brain Researchers $500,000

UM researchers Sarj Patel and Tom Rau are among six final winners nationally to receive $500,000 from the Head Health Challenge I, a program sponsored by General Electric Co. and the National...

Some images from the podcast webpage

New Podcast Highlights Montana-centric Topics

Just one week after launching a new podcast, and UM J-school assistant professor Jule Banville’s already tackled an eclectic array of subject matter, including a segment about the weird things...

The UM Grizzly Bear on the Oval

Private Support for UM Tops $50 Million Two Years in a Row

UM had another remarkable fundraising year. Private support for the University in fiscal year 2015 totaled $52.6 million, just shy of last year’s record-breaking total of $53.7 million. The...

Two Asian exchange participants play a game of stick ball at the Flathead Indian Reservation.

Center Arranges Exchange Between Asia, Flathead Reservation

UM’s Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center organized an environmental exchange that allowed 20 students and young professionals from Asia to visit Montana’s Flathead Indian Reservation. In its sixth...

UM School of Journalism building

Assistant Journalism Professor Named NAJA President

A UM School of Journalism assistant professor has been elected as president of the Native American Journalists Association. Jason Begay, a Navajo from Gallup, New Mexico, and a UM alumnus, joined...

Researcher Joel Harper studies Greenland ice sheet movement

UM Researcher Studies Greenland Ice Sheet Movement

The annual "State of the Climate" report released Thursday said 2014 was the warmest year on record going back 135 years. Temperatures continued to rise, and glaciers kept shrinking. The impact...

The Tiger by John Vaillant

‘The Tiger’ Named UM’s 2015 First-Year Reading Experience Book

UM has selected “The Tiger” by award-winning author John Vaillant as the 2015 First-Year Reading Experience book, a program provides incoming freshmen with a shared intellectual experience to...

Students and teachers from UM's LAB Preschool

Online Master’s in Early Childhood Education Earns Accolades

The new Master of Education in Early Childhood Education, offered by the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences at UM, recently ranked 10th in SuperScholar’s “50 Best Online...

UM's Davidson Honors College

Outstanding Students Receive Presidential Leadership Scholarships

UM's Presidential Leadership Scholarships have been awarded to 26 exceptional incoming UM freshmen. The scholarships recognize outstanding talent, academic performance, leadership and contribution...

Chad Bishop, the new director of UM's Wildlife Biology Program

UM Hires New Director of Wildlife Biology Program

UM’s Wildlife Biology Program has named Chad Bishop as its new director. Bishop, who previously served as assistant director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, takes over on Aug. 1. He has a...

Workers on the job at Missoula College

UM, Missoula College Construction Projects Making Progress

On Monday, a crew of 26 workers buzzed around the future site of Missoula College, a $32 million project that Project Manager Jake Berger said is full of interesting and unique twists – and part...

UM accounting Professor Teresa Beed

Accounting Professor Awarded State Association’s Highest Honor

A professor who has taught accounting in UM’s School of Business Administration for more than 35 years was recently awarded the Montana Society of Certified Public Accountants’ highest honor. The...

Chris Migliaccio, Samantha Couture, Kevin Trout

Visiting Student Researcher Studies Cell Biology, Nanomaterials

Meet Samantha Couture, an environmental health major from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, who is participating in UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program through the Center for...

Attendees listen to emcee John Engen at spectrUM's Big Night event

SpectrUM Discovery Area’s Big Night Gala Raises $67,317

UM’s spectrUM Discovery Area will host one free Random Act of Community day each month, providing open access to its museum for all children and their families. The program, underwritten by...

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Journalism Grad Students Report from Crown of the Continent

The Crown Reporting Project at UM pairs students from the graduate program in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism with seasoned editors as they pursue stories in the Crown of the...

Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana

UM Ranks No. 3 on ‘Underrated Law Schools’ List

The Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana recently was listed as the third-most “underrated” law school in the country, based on its students’ employment outcomes, their...

UM students and instructors in the Cycle the Rockies course

Students Tackle Energy Issues During Cycle the Rockies Course

Four UM students and two instructors are closing in on the final day of their 700-mile, 28-day bicycle trip around Montana while studying ecological, social and economic issues associated with...

UM Associate Provost for Global Century Education Paulo Zagalo-Melo

Associate Provost for Global Century Education Named Fellow

The Association of International Education Administrators recently selected UM Associate Provost for Global Century Education Paulo Zagalo-Melo as one of its Presidential Fellows, a highly...

Mark Perhouse and student Maggie Honig

Visiting Student Researcher Studies Asbestos, Cancer at UM

Maggie Honig is excited to be exploring her interest in environmental chemistry and toxicology this summer as she participates in UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program through the Center for...

submersible autonomous moored instruments that can measure pH or carbon dioxide in the ocean

Sunburst Sensors Succeeds in Hawaii, Awaits Decision on XPRIZE

The SAMI proved its mettle. The instrument, created out of research at the University of Montana, dropped 3,000 meters into the Pacific Ocean, measured pH and surfaced all in one piece. The...

Executive Chef Patrick Browne, Executive Sous Chef Tony Martinez, Chef de Cuisine Nate Jerrell and Pastry Chef Lindsay Marshall

UM Chefs Place Second at National Culinary Conference

Four UM chefs proved they can out-cook the competition at the 21st Annual Tastes of the World Chef Culinary Conference hosted by the University of Massachusetts Amherst June 7-12. UM Dining’s...

UM Associate Research Professor Carl Seielstad

To Build a Fire: Professor Devotes Career to Changing Fire Policy

The science of wildfires often pits academics against forestry professionals. Carl Seielstad, an associate research professor at the University of Montana, has built a career bridging the divide...

Natalie Bond, adjunct political papers archivist, looks at the Max Baucus Collection

Mansfield Library Organizes New Max Baucus Collection

Last year, a semi-trailer deposited nearly 1,000 boxes of material for the Archives and Special Collections at UM’s Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library from Max Baucus’ career as a politician, a...

Curator Shannon Kimball watches over 129,000 plant specimens in the University of Montana Herbarium.

UM’s Large Plant Collection Serves State and Beyond

Upstairs in a corner of the Natural Sciences building on campus, curator Shannon Kimball watches over some 129,000 pressed plant specimens in the University of Montana Herbarium, an organized...

Dan McCarthy, a medical resident in Missoula, shows high schoolers the insides of a pig's heart

High Schoolers Learn about Health Careers at Summer Camp

While some Missoulians were still eating their breakfast on Monday, two dozen Montana high-school students taking part in a health career summer camp were wrist-deep dissecting the heart of a pig....

UM researcher Jerry Bromenshenk studies bee colonies

Researcher to Study Exposure of Bee Colonies to Corn Dust

Honey bee exposure to neonicotinoid pesticides has been a growing concern. Now Jerry Bromenshenk will lead a team at UM examining the long-term health consequences of exposure of honey bee...

Professor Anya Jabour

Professor Anya Jabour Jumps from Academia to Show Business

Anya Jabour is a professor in academia who recently jumped into show business. Jabour, who teaches history at UM and serves as co-director of its program in women's gender and sexuality, got an...

Laura Fisch with SURP mentors Andrij Holian, left, and Don Anderson

Undergraduates Converge for Summer Research Program at UM

Biochemistry major Laura Fisch is excited to spend the summer exploring her interest in environmental toxicology through UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program at the Center for Environmental...

Team works on computer together

Report: Montana is Top State for Entrepreneurial Activity

For the third year in a row, Montana has been named the top state in the country for entrepreneurial activity by the Kauffman Foundation’s Index of Startup Activity. Scott Whittenburg, the vice...

UM's 2015 graduates make their way toward Commencement

UM Reports 2,459 Graduates, 2,261 Students on Dean’s List

UM has 2,459 students who were degree candidates for spring semester 2015. The total includes 229 certificates, 278 associate degrees, four education specialists, 1,295 bachelor’s degrees, 358...

MontanaPBS Broadcaster William Marcus

Montana Bids Farewell to Broadcast Giant William Marcus

William Marcus is the quiet giant of Montana media, and it is ironic that he will begin his long planned retirement this month. When the career of Marcus began 40 years ago, public television...

Kerr Dam

Podcast Features an Interview with Energy Keepers CEO

The Mansfield Global Leadership Podcast is a series produced by the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at UM that captures the wisdom of international thought leaders and industry experts. In this...

UM Bioclimatologist Ashley Ballantyne

Bioclimatologist Tracks Carbon to Improve Climate Change Models

When not teaching and free from meetings, Ashley Ballantyne can be found on his computer, scrolling through carbon readings from around the globe. He searches for patterns, ones that will...

Griz Javelin Thrower Stephanie Wells

Griz Javelin Thrower Heads to Her First NCAA Championships

For better or worse, Stephanie Wells is an expert at minimizing expectations. "I absolutely have zero chance," the junior Montana thrower said to her coach two weeks ago in Austin, Texas. Not so....

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