Montana Rep artistic director Greg Johnson

Montana Rep's Artistic Director Marks 25 Years at Helm

When Greg Johnson decamped for Missoula from New York City in 1990, the Montana Repertory Theatre's national tour reached only three states. A quarter-century later, Johnson still leads the Rep,...

The view from Mount Sentinel looking over town

Tackling Pengelly: Class Assignment Takes Student Straight Up

“I love hiking, but as I spun in circles running from class to class this semester, I just couldn’t find time for this hike. I found time for other hikes, but never the Pengelly Ridge Trail.” UM...

UM volleyball players block during a game last season

UM Hires Doyon as New Volleyball Coach

The Montana Grizzlies have hired Brian Doyon as the newest head coach of the volleyball team, the athletic department announced Wednesday. Doyon will replace Jerry Wagner, who stepped down in...

UM Naturalist Marilyn Marler in her office

UM Naturalist Awarded Fulbright to Vietnam

Marilyn Marler soon will trade the grasslands and wildflowers of Mount Sentinel for the wetlands and crocodiles of Vietnam. In late February, Marler, the Missoula City Council president, heads to...

Mike and Maureen Mansfield statue at UM

Mansfield Global Leadership Podcast: An Interview with Frank Jannuzi

In the latest episode of the Mansfield Global Leadership Podcast, features an interview with Frank Jannuzi, CEO and president of the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation. Jannuzi shares his...

Members of UM's Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society

Students Take Wildlife Science and Conservation to the Community

The fall semester of 2014 was an exciting one for the University of Montana’s Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society. The 40-plus members maintain an active schedule with weekly meetings and...

UM Associate Professor Benedicte Boisseron

Professor Earns Outstanding Book Award for ‘Creole Renegades’

A UM’s professor’s cross-cultural analysis received one of the top book awards from the Caribbean Philosophical Association. Benedicte Boisseron, an associate professor of French and Francophone...

Earth from space

How Did Life Become Complex, and Could It Happen Beyond Earth?

When astrobiologists contemplate life on nearby planets or moons, they often suggest such life would be simple. But from such simple life, more complex lifeforms could eventually come to be....

UM student Freddy Monares interviews with KPAX TV

Hundreds Prepare for First Semester at UM with Spring Orientation

Hundreds of new students spent the day getting adjusted to life on campus Thursday, in preparation for their first semester as UM students. The spring semester at UM starts Monday, and about 200...

Wide Receiver Ellis Henderson runs with the ball

Griz Wide Receiver Henderson Returns to UM After Illness

Coach Bob Stitt's offense just got another weapon, this time a proven one at the collegiate level. Wide receiver Ellis Henderson has re-enrolled at UM after withdrawing from classes last fall and...

Colin and Angel take in the view from the top of Mount Sentinel

‘From Hellgate Canyon We Could Almost See Tuscon’

“We trudged up the steep and rocky path, leaving the Kim Williams riverside trail below us. Even though there was a great view of the Missoula Valley behind us and fall colors ahead of us, I felt...

Scene from the local-produced movie Bella Vista

Missoula Named Among Top Five Towns for Moviemakers

The independent film magazine MovieMaker recently named Missoula to its list of “Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker 2015: Top Five Towns.” The article notes Montana’s dramatic...

officials from UM, MCPS and Japan sign an agreement

UM Signs Exchange Agreement with Japanese Education Board

A new agreement between UM, Missoula County Public Schools and their Japanese counterpart aims to increase educational exchange opportunities. Representatives from UM and MCPS met with a...

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J.K. Simmons Nominated for Supporting Actor Oscar

J.K. Simmons, a UM graduate, has been nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actor for his performance in "Whiplash." In "Whiplash” Simmons plays a sadistic but brilliant jazz band instructor...

NASA's SMAP satellite

UM Researcher Helps NASA Get the Dirt on Soil Moisture

During the early-morning hours on Tuesday, Jan. 29, NASA will launch a satellite that will peer into the topmost layer of Earth's soils to measure the hidden waters that influence our ecosystems...

MMAC Curator Brandon Reintjes lays out the 120th anniversary exhibition

Montana Museum Marks 120th Anniversary with 120 Artworks

It's telling what they had to leave out. When the staff of the Montana Museum of Art and Culture was narrowing the Permanent Collection of more than 11,000-some objects down to 120 for a 120th...

UM students volunteer on Earth Day

UM Earns National Recognition for Student Engagement, Service

UM recently earned recognition from two prominent civic engagement organizations. The Corporation for National and Community Service honored UM with a place on the 2014 President’s Higher...

UM alumnus Zach Brown holds trout

Alumnus Named One of 10 ‘Young Leaders Changing the West’

Zach Brown, an avid outdoorsman and recent UM graduate, wants to make sure that Montana stays exceptional. And now he’s taking that mission to the state Legislature: This November, Brown leaned on...

Crowd gathers for journalism ceremony at State Capitol

Capitol Ceremony Marks Journalism School’s 100th Anniversary

From its founding days housed in Army tents on the University of Montana’s Oval in 1914, the School of Journalism has taught its students how to improvise in tough situations. This was just one of...

Livingston Mountain range in Glacier National Park

Researcher: High Elevation Temperature Increases Artificially Inflated

In a recent study, UM and Montana Climate Office researcher Jared Oyler found that while the western U.S. has warmed, recently observed warming in the mountains of the western U.S. likely is not...

UM student Derek Crittenden

Defensive End Crittenden Named to Academic All-Star Team

UM’s Derek Crittenden is one of 50 players who was recently named to the 17th annual Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team. A 6-3, 240-pound...

screen shot from UM grads' Doritos commercial

UM Grads in Running to Score Super Bowl Commercial

Two alumni of UM’s School of Media Arts are part of a team hoping to win a contest to get a television commercial they made to air during the Super Bowl. Alex Pollini and Sean Clark’s group’s...

Washington-Grizzly Stadium

Washington-Grizzly Stadium Ranked Among Best in Nation

UM’s Washington-Grizzly Stadium was recently ranked No. 7 among best college football stadiums by Stadium Journey. “The official capacity now stands at 25,217, but crowds in excess of 26,000 are...

Actor and UM alumnus JK Simmons poses with his Golden Globe

Alumnus J.K. Simmons Wins Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor

Former Missoula resident and University of Montana alum J.K. Simmons has won the Golden Globe for best supporting actor for "Whiplash." In the film, Simmons plays a jazz band instructor who uses...

UM student Alec Underwood with bull elk his shot in archery season

Students’ Do-it-Yourself Montana Elk Hunt a Success

 “Last September, seven days into the 2014 Montana archery season, my good friend Alec Underwood and I were headed for one of the many mountain ranges that define the western Montana landscape....

Irish street

Study Abroad Blog: 'Nothing Will Ever be the Same Again'

“One of my favorite English professors at UM likes to tell us often, ‘the best stories take place during the moments from which the main character realizes that, nothing will ever be the same...

UM students visit with Vietnamese students

UM Students Travel to Vietnam to Study Climate Change

Thirteen UM students and one professor are in Vietnam from through Jan. 19 for the fifth annual study abroad field course focused on climate change impacts and adaptation in the Mekong Delta. The...

illustration of a saber-toothed tiger and a porcupine

Professor Explores Animal Weapons and the Evolution Of Battle

From horns to claws, teeth and talons, the animal kingdom features many natural weapons. But UM evolutionary biologist Doug Emlen wanted to know why, in some rare cases, animals develop weapons...

The Mansfield Library at UM

Mansfield Library Recognized for Serving as Regional Depository

The U.S. Government Publishing Office recently spotlighted UM’s Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library for serving as a regional depository library. The library was designated as a depository in 1909...

HP executive George Milliken speaks with UM students

Hewlett-Packard to Return in February to Recruit UM Students

Career Services at UM strives to provide students with ample opportunities to explore careers with the world’s most renowned and reputable companies. Career Services recently teamed up with...

UM researcher Frank Rosenzweig

UM Researcher Studies Origins of Life with NASA Award

When astrobiologists contemplate life on nearby planets or moons, they often suggest such life would be simple. From such simple life, more complex life forms could eventually come to be. How did...

Looking east from downtown Missoula

Author Rick Bass: Missoula is Perfect Mix of Town and Country

Many towns in the West consider themselves “outdoor” towns—suggesting a citizenry eager to bike, run, ski, paddle, hunt, fish, hike, backpack, float and camp. Missoula, Montana, is one of these...

UM telescope on Mount Hopkins in Arizona

UM Team Searching for Earth-like Planets Using New Telescope

From his lab in Missoula, Nate McCrady watches the stars. The UM associate professor of astronomy and his team of research students received a $1.125 million grant from NASA last year. The grant...

UM's new data center

UM’s New Data Center Solves Problems, Opens Doors

After four years of investigating, planning, politicking and decision-making, UM has a new data center. It doesn’t look like much from the outside—a big white box sitting beneath a slanted metal...

UM Professor Emeritus Don Kiely

UM Spinoff Rivertop Renewables to Build Manufacturing Plant

A big year for Rivertop Renewables has gotten even bigger. The Missoula producer of biodegradable chemicals received a $26 million cash infusion from outside investors in the spring. Then, the...

Jazz legend Buddy DeFranco

Buddy DeFranco, Jazz Legend with UM Ties, Passes Away

The world-famous clarinet player who lent his name to the University of Montana’s premier jazz festival and transformed the international genre through his unique bebop style passed away...

A map shows where Riverside's Christmas mail has arrived from.

Osprey Cam Fans Send Christmas Cheer to Nest Neighbors

The residents of Riverside Health Care Center in Missoula are receiving Christmas cards from across the country thanking the staff and residents for hosting an online streaming camera placed next...

UM basketball coach Travis DeCuire

New Griz Hoops Coach Travis DeCuire Leads by Example

New University of Montana head basketball coach Travis DeCuire wears a whistle around his neck during practice, but he doesn’t have to use it. Whether he’s demonstrating how to disrupt a ball...

Peace Corps volunteer Sally Kintner of Kalispell works with young child in Ethiopia

Missoula Second Per-Capita in Producing Peace Corps Volunteers

An annual report produced by the Peace Corps recently found that Montana and Missoula ranked among the top 10 overall per-capita volunteer-producing states and metropolitan areas in the country....

Griz defensive end Zack Wagenmann plays in a 2014 game

Defensive End Wagenmann Named to AFCA All-America Team

UM’s record-setting defensive standout Zack Wagenmann has been named to the prestigious 2014 AFCA's Football Championship Subdivision Coaches' All-America Team. A 6-3 ½, 255-pound senior defensive...

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