Environmental Studies Student Publishes Guide to Aquatic Invaders

Environmental Studies Student Publishes Guide to Aquatic Invaders

Jen McBride, an environmental science graduate student, created a pocket guide titled “Aquatic Invasive Species Threatening the Crown of the Continent.” The tool aims to help identify and prevent...

Griz Football Team Shows Potential in First Practice

Griz Football Team Shows Potential in First Practice

Championship football teams are not built in a day, but Montana appears headed the right way. That according to second-year coach Mick Delaney, who watched his troops work through a spirited...

Speaker at Smokeless Tobacco Summit: 'Cowboys get cancer, too'

Speaker at Smokeless Tobacco Summit: 'Cowboys get cancer, too'

The seventh National Smokeless and Spit Tobacco Summit is taking place at the University of Montana this week. The summit focuses on prevention and research about smokeless tobacco. Hundreds of...

Piece of History: Presidential Pen Part of UM's Mansfield Collection

Piece of History: Presidential Pen Part of UM's Mansfield Collection

With a stroke of a pen, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was signed into law by U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson on July 2, 1964. The act—one of the most important pieces of legislation passed in...

Religion Scholar at UM Chases Text Destruction in Ancient World

Religion Scholar at UM Chases Text Destruction in Ancient World

Nathaniel Levtow is one of a handful of scholars who can read the cryptic words engraved on tablets and boundary stones from the ancient Near East. This summer, the UM religious studies professor...

Missoula Lands at No. 7 on Top College Towns List

Missoula Lands at No. 7 on Top College Towns List

Missoula, home to the University of Montana, recently was named the No. 7 best college town in America for 2013 by Livability.com. For this fourth installment of the annual ranking, editors...

Rural Institute's Latest Research Takes Participatory Approach

Rural Institute's Latest Research Takes Participatory Approach

People with developmental disabilities are among those most likely to experience interpersonal violence, according to new research by Rosemary Hughes of The Rural Institute at UM and her...

UM Awarded a $1 Million Endowment for Nontraditional Student Scholarships

UM Awarded a $1 Million Endowment for Nontraditional Student Scholarships

The University of Montana recently received a $1 million grant to endow its Osher Reentry Scholarship Program. Osher re-entry scholars are for nontraditional students who have experienced a...

Research Project Details History of Ghost Cave at Pictograph State Park

Research Project Details History of Ghost Cave at Pictograph State Park

UM anthropology Associate Professor Kelly Dixon is among a team of volunteers documenting artifacts at Ghost Cave at Pictograph Cave State Park near Billings. The cooperative project aims to take...

Medical Residents Begin Rotations as Part of New Program

Medical Residents Begin Rotations as Part of New Program

A new medical residency program sponsored by the University of Montana kicked off this month and seeks to keep doctors in the state’s rural areas and bolster the availability and quality of care....

MMAC Celebrates 120 Years with Permanent Collection Handbook

MMAC Celebrates 120 Years with Permanent Collection Handbook

In celebration of the upcoming 120th anniversary of the Montana Museum of Art & Culture, MMAC published “The Art of the State: 120 Artworks for 120 Years.” The handbook presents 120 carefully...

Children's Science Museum Moving to Downtown Missoula

Children's Science Museum Moving to Downtown Missoula

Does making a ball move without touching it, dissecting a sheep brain, making slime or controlling an underwater robot sound fun? All of those pursuits – and more – will be possible at spectrUM’s...

UM Team Develops App to Measure Heat Stress in Humans

UM Team Develops App to Measure Heat Stress in Humans

The limits of human endurance, and the study thereof, are challenged by many factors: physical and mental fitness, terrain, heat, even the willingness of a test subject to provide a rectal...

UM Researcher Finds Young Brains Harmed by Urban Air Pollution

UM Researcher Finds Young Brains Harmed by Urban Air Pollution

By all appearances, Maria Fernanda is a normal 13-year-old girl. She comes from a good family, lives in a neighborhood with trees and dogs and attends a good school. She has a high IQ and is...

Letter from President Engstrom: NCAA Concludes Investigation of UM Athletics

Letter from President Engstrom: NCAA Concludes Investigation of UM Athletics

Today the NCAA announced the conclusion of its investigation, begun in January 2012, into the University of Montana’s athletics department. The NCAA determined that we failed to monitor our...

A Library for the Ages: Mansfield Library Evolves with the Times

A Library for the Ages: Mansfield Library Evolves with the Times

Today’s Mansfield Library at the University of Montana is a far cry from 1895, when Mary Craig, the daughter of the University’s first president, presided over 187 books in UM’s first library. The...

UM Associate Professor Named Outstanding Accounting Educator of the Year

UM Associate Professor Named Outstanding Accounting Educator of the Year

The Montana Society of Certified Public Accountants recently named University of Montana Associate Professor Joshua Herbold recipient of the 2013 Jack Kempner Outstanding Educator Award. The award...

Student-Athletes Total More Than 700 Hours of Community Service

Student-Athletes Total More Than 700 Hours of Community Service

The final tally shows that UM student-athletes spent more than 700 hours engaged in community service during the 2012-13 academic year. Those hours were spread out between dozens of causes, from...

UM Looks for ET: Radio Interview with UM Associate Professor Nate McCrady

UM Looks for ET: Radio Interview with UM Associate Professor Nate McCrady

NASA recently awarded a $1.125 million grant to researchers at the University of Montana to explore, among other things, whether there is life on other planets. UM will join with three other...

UM to Honor Five Distinguished Alums at Homecoming

UM to Honor Five Distinguished Alums at Homecoming

Five outstanding University of Montana graduates will receive 2013 Distinguished Alumni Awards during Homecoming weekend festivities, Oct. 4-5. The awards are the highest honor presented by UM’s...

Google Gives Lesson in Geographic Programs to Teachers at UM Workshop

Google Gives Lesson in Geographic Programs to Teachers at UM Workshop

Google’s geographic programs have the potential to expand students’ knowledge of the planet and the stories of its many peoples, a presenter told educators at workshop on the University of Montana...

UM International Students Conduct Internships in D.C.

UM International Students Conduct Internships in D.C.

Students come to the University of Montana from around the world to earn an education, and many programs that sponsor international students require them to complete internships as part of their...

Program to Help Montana’s Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

Program to Help Montana’s Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

The Blackstone Charitable Foundation has expanded its campus entrepreneurship program to Montana with a partnership involving UM, Montana State University and Headwaters RC&D. A three-year, $2...

Study Suggests Loss of Sea Ice May Greatly Alter Arctic Climate

Study Suggests Loss of Sea Ice May Greatly Alter Arctic Climate

New published research by UM bioclimatology Assistant Professor Ashley Ballantyne models the influence of sea ice on the Arctic. Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations recently reached 400...

UM Pharmacy Student Makes Most of New Forbes Scholarship

UM Pharmacy Student Makes Most of New Forbes Scholarship

Butte native Haley Cote is the first recipient of the Dean David Forbes Scholarship, a scholarship the dean of the College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences funds himself. "Since I was...

Friend of the Osprey Founder Leaves Legacy at UM

Friend of the Osprey Founder Leaves Legacy at UM

UM osprey researchers have honored a member of the osprey-cam community by naming the two chicks being reared near Missoula in memory of Peggy Taylor Miles. She was an avid osprey-cam viewer and...

Professor Honored with Prestigious 2013 Aldo Leopold Award

Professor Honored with Prestigious 2013 Aldo Leopold Award

The American Society of Mammalogists recently awarded UM Wildlife Biology Professor and Craighead Chair Joel Berger the 2013 Aldo Leopold Conservation Award. The award honors well-established...

Junior Studies Lung Scarring During Summer Program

Junior Studies Lung Scarring During Summer Program

Junior Zachary Schreiber hasn’t let the fact he’s only an undergraduate stop him from participating in cutting-edge science at UM. He is exploring protein production in relation to lung fibrosis...

Griz golf to host first tournament in Missoula since 1997

Griz golf to host first tournament in Missoula since 1997

Since September 1997, which was the last time the Montana golf team played in a tournament in Missoula, the rest of the Griz programs have competed at home more than 1,000 times in regular-season...

New Study Reveals High CO2 Uptake Capacity of Tropical Forests

New Study Reveals High CO2 Uptake Capacity of Tropical Forests

Plants take in and store carbon dioxide as they grow. As the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere increases, researchers want to know if plant growth can keep pace with and take up more of this new...

Researchers Land NASA Grant to Search Space for Exoplanets

Researchers Land NASA Grant to Search Space for Exoplanets

NASA recently awarded UM researchers a grant to support a $1.125 million project to help build a dedicated observatory to detect Earth-like exoplanets. Minerva is an array of four telescopes and a...

New Director of Disability Services Describes Life-Changing Moment

New Director of Disability Services Describes Life-Changing Moment

Amy Capolupo now heads the University office that set her on a higher trajectory nearly 15 years ago. She made the transition from DSS student to UM employee a decade ago and then interned at DSS...

Bee Scientists Chase Cause of Colony Collapse Disorder

Bee Scientists Chase Cause of Colony Collapse Disorder

UM researchers with Bee Alert Technology Inc. suspect a one-two punch of an insect virus and a fungal pathogen is the leading culprit for Colony Collapse Disorder, a mysterious malady killing...

Dean Evans Conducts Productive Recruitment, Outreach Trip to China and Taiwan

Dean Evans Conducts Productive Recruitment, Outreach Trip to China and Taiwan

Roberta Evans, dean of the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Montana, along with Cao Zhen, senior lecturer in UM’s Department of Modern and...

UM Center for Environmental Health Sciences Earns Phase 3 NIH Grant

UM Center for Environmental Health Sciences Earns Phase 3 NIH Grant

For the first time ever, a Center for Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) at a Montana university has been granted a Phase 3 award from the National Institutes of Health. The $5 million,...

UM Student Excels by Tapping Disability Services for Students Resources

UM Student Excels by Tapping Disability Services for Students Resources

Mary Frances Clark always knew she wanted to attend college, but learning disabilities made education a struggle for her. When she came to UM Clark sought help from Disability Services for...

Diary of a Digital Marketing Intern: UM Student Blogs About Summer Experience

Diary of a Digital Marketing Intern: UM Student Blogs About Summer Experience

University of Montana business student Jamin Dailey is spending his summer working as  a digital strategist and business development intern for MKG Media Group in San Francisco. “Saying that I...

In Montana Wilds, an Unlikely Alliance to Save the Sage Grouse

In Montana Wilds, an Unlikely Alliance to Save the Sage Grouse

As its name implies, the sage grouse lives in sagebrush country, the rolling hills of knee-high scrub that's the common backdrop in movie Westerns. Pristine sagebrush is disappearing, however, and...

Associate Professor's Radio Series Named Best Program of 2012

Associate Professor's Radio Series Named Best Program of 2012

Radio-Television Department Associate Professor Ray Fanning’s radio series, “Preventing Wrongful Convictions- False Eyewitness Identification,” has been named Montana’s best non-commercial radio...

Climate Change and Wildfires: Bigger, Fiercer Blazes Expected in West

Climate Change and Wildfires: Bigger, Fiercer Blazes Expected in West

There's a dangerous but basic equation behind the killer Yarnell Hill wildfire and other blazes raging across the West this summer: More heat, more drought, more fuel and more people in the way...

Wilderness Institute at UM Hosts Free Summer Wilderness Excursions

Wilderness Institute at UM Hosts Free Summer Wilderness Excursions

If you love the outdoors and are looking for an adventure while contributing to the scientific study of Montana’s remote wilderness areas, then you might be interested in a citizen science...

UM Senior Tackles Cancer Research During Summer Program

UM Senior Tackles Cancer Research During Summer Program

University of Montana senior Kellee Glaus has always enjoyed science and this summer, she’s participating in UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program, where she’s taking part in groundbreaking...

Longtime UM Music Teacher Esther England Passes Away

Longtime UM Music Teacher Esther England Passes Away

Beloved University of Montana music teacher Esther England passed away Saturday. A 1966 graduate of UM, England dedicated her life to music, never mind she arrived in Missoula in 1962 with dreams...

The End of an Era: Rocheleau Hanging up her Whistle

The End of an Era: Rocheleau Hanging up her Whistle

The nation's most experienced women's basketball coaching staff is breaking up. Annette Rocheleau, who has been with longtime Montana coach Robin Selvig as a player or assistant coach for all but...

UM Student Wins Meadowlark Award for Short Story Submission

UM Student Wins Meadowlark Award for Short Story Submission

University of Montana senior Wynne Hungerford of Greenville, S.C., recently won the Meadowlark Award’s first-place cash prize of $1,000 for her short story submission, “Ladies Chocolate Night.”...

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