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Face-to-Face for Fall 2020

The University of Montana is planning to host in-person instruction for fall 2020 classes. You’ll receive a tomorrow-proof education while enjoying all our wide open spaces.

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UM Updates Schedule for Fall Semester

UM has announced an earlier start and end to the fall semester 2020 as a mitigation measure in response to novel coronavirus. Fall semester at UM will start Wednesday, Aug. 19, and conclude...

University of Montana law Professor Jordan Gross

Law Professor Receives Fulbright Award to Study Indigenous Justice

University of Montana law Professor Jordan Gross has earned a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to serve as a research chair in Indigenous Public Policy and Criminal Justice at the University...

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UM Signs Agreement with Institute in Bhutan

The University of Montana has renewed a memorandum of understanding with the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environmental Research in Bhutan.

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From the President: A Statement on Racist Incidents

Over the past few weeks, the killings of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd have convulsed communities across the country. We commit to acknowledging that we must do better.
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UM Creates University Design Team to Chart Direction of Flagship’s Future

Imagining a flagship for America’s future is the core mission of the University Design Team, a group of University of Montana employees newly charged with charting the University’s future...

Alumna Carly Zilge

Communication Studies Graduate Awarded Fulbright Scholarship

Carly Zilge, a recent graduate of UM’s World Languages and Cultures department, has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to study in Russia during the 2020-21 academic year. 

Recent UM graduate Jiakai Lou stands outside the Journalism Building at UM

Journalism Student Wins National Multimedia Championship

Jiakai “JK” Lou, a student in the UM School of Journalism, was named the overall national multimedia champion of the annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program on June 5.

UM alumna and filmmaker Alyson Spery

Alumna Filmmaker to Travel to Mexico on Fulbright Scholarship

 Documenting the lives of Mexicans impacted by immigration and teaching her subjects how to tell their own stories is a project University of Montana alumna and filmmaker Alyson Spery knows...

Nicholas Fry, a graduate of the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana

Alumnus Awarded Fulbright for Iceland Energy Studies

Nicholas Fry, a graduate of the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study in Iceland during the 2020-21...

UM alumna Margaret Schaefers stands in front of Main Hall in her cap and gown

UM Graduate Earns Fulbright Assistantship to Uruguay

Margaret Schaefers, a 2019 graduate of UM’s World Languages and Cultures department, has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to study in Uruguay during the 2020-21 academic...

UM grad student Scott Waller stands outdoors in the snow

Wildlife Biology Master’s Student Awarded Fulbright Scholarship

Scott Waller, a graduate student in UM’s Wildlife Biology program, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study in Russia during the 2020-21 academic year. Waller will conduct research in the...

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UM Announces Spring Semester Graduates

The University of Montana has 1,863 students who are degree candidates for spring semester 2020. 
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Emergency Fund Helps UM Students During COVID-19 Pandemic

The UM Emergency Student Support Fund has been established to help enrolled students with unexpected crisis or hardship created by COVID-19. Funds are made available through the generous donations...

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Start Planning Your Summer of Learning Today

UM offers more than 200 online courses over seven different session during the summer. Registration is open and no pin is required.

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Options for Applying to UM Are Now Twice as Nice

There are now two ways to apply to the University of Montana! Complete our standard application or apply using the Common App.

 

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UM Launches Joint Wildlife Biology, Public Administration Degree

Recognizing an increasing demand for careers in wildlife biology and public and nonprofit administration, UM’s Master of Public Administration and Wildlife Biology programs have created a new...

Instructor Sara Schroeder poses for a photo in the library stacks

UM Educator Recognized for Promoting Intercultural Exchange

Sara Schroeder, an instructor with UM's English Language Institute, recently was named a 2019 Montana University System Teaching Scholar. Schroeder is one of 12 faculty members across Montana...

From left: UM student Sara Shooshtari, Vice President for Operations and Finance Paul Lasiter, President Seth Bodnar, student Amy Braig and Budget Director Stacey Eve

UM Completes Successful Bond Sale

The University of Montana issued $146.8 million of taxable and tax-exempt bonds on Sept. 5, which will allow the state’s Missoula-based flagship university to usher in a new era of growth and...

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President Highlights Progress During State of University Address

UM President Seth Bodnar said campus has worked diligently during the past year to move UM from a position of uncertainty to stability as it prepares for future growth.
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Take a Virtual Tour of Campus Via Google Street View

Curious about what the University of Montana campus looks like? Visit UM via Google Street View! The tour begins from the middle of the Oval at the center of campus.

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Student Finds International Adventure in Fulbright Summer Institute

As a freshman at UM, Nick Hall-Skank applied for and was selected to participate in the Fulbright UK Summer Institute Program. He spent four weeks studying climate change alongside students from...
Two Grads Earn Teaching Assistantships to Austria

Two Grads Earn Teaching Assistantships to Austria

Two UM alumnae, both from Livingston, will teach English during the upcoming school year in Austria. The program brings teaching assistants from the English-speaking world into classrooms in...

University of Montana student Andrew Castellanos

UM Student Earns Boren Scholarship to Study in Kazakhstan

UM student Andrew Castellanos has been awarded a Boren Scholarship to study Russian in Almaty, Kazakhstan, at Al-Farabi Kazakh University for the 2018-19 academic year. Castellanos earned a...
Dr. Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas, a professor in the department of biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences at UM

Alzheimer’s Disease Starts in Childhood, UM Study Shows

A new study lead by a UM researcher found shocking evidence to suggest that Alzheimer's begins in childhood, with babies younger than a year old displaying signs of the disease. 

UM student participants in the National Model UN conference

UM Students Represent Eritrea at National Model UN Conference

Eleven University of Montana students and members of the Montana Model United Nations team attended the National Model UN conference in New York City in March, representing Eritrea and chairing...

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UM Team Develops App Matching Honeybee Noises to Ailments

 Soon, beekeepers will be able to try to find out what is troubling a colony by listening to the buzz using a smartphone app. The app was developed by a team at UM. 

UM students Margaret Grayson and Brandon Fulbrook

Students Earn Scholarships for Hindi Language Immersion in India

Two students from Montana’s only Hindi language program have just won scholarships to study Hindi in India. Brandon Fulbrook received an American Institute of India Studies scholarship and...

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UM Graduate Students Are Co-Authors on Top 'Science' Article

The journal "Science" recently published an article that identified the places on Earth where eight species that turn white in winter to avoid predators were evolving to survive warmer winter...

UM alumna Vanessa Roy, center, teaches schoolchildren in Zolotonosha, Ukriane

Missoula, UM Continue to Lead Nation in Peace Corps Volunteerism

The spirit of service continues to surge at the University of Montana and in Missoula. Both UM and Missoula lead the nation in yielding Peace Corps volunteers. Per capita, Missoula ranked as the...

Brown and white snowshoe hares on snow at a UM research facility

Research Identifies Areas Where Evolution Could Rescue Animals Threatened by Climate Change

An international scientific team led by UM Professor L. Scott Mills has set out to discover whether adaptive evolution can rescue animals that change coat colors with the seasons in the face of...

UM student researchers

Spotlight: Students Play Vibrant Role in UM’s Research Enterprise

From the lab bench to the video studio, from the airwaves of NPR to renewable energy generation sites in South Africa, UM undergraduates and graduate students get their feet wet with real-world...

Humphrey Fellows at UM

UM Selected to Host Humphrey Fellowship Program

The U.S. Department of State once again has selected UM as one of a handful of U.S. universities to host the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Long-term English Language Program. Up to 20 Hubert...

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Griz Lacrosse Finds New Fans, Players in Mexico

The Griz club lacrosse season begins in early February, but just last week the team was in Mexico for a trip of a lifetime. A connection from the northeast helped UM lacrosse head coach Tucker...

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UM’s English Language Institute Draws International Students

UM offers excellent pathway options for international students. For those wishing to study in the vibrant community of Missoula, the English Language Institute is a great place for perfecting your...

UM students traveling in Europe

Griz in Europe: Grad Students Take WWII Propaganda Studies Abroad

Four graduate students in UM’s Department of Communication Studies spent fall semester learning about WWII propaganda. Now they are traveling across Central Europe, visiting in person the sites...

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Researchers Publish Findings on Unusual Gene Evolution in Bacteria

UM researchers have made another discovery at the cellular level to help understand the basic processes of all life on our planet – this time within the unusual bacteria that has lived inside...

Orrin Tiberi, third from left, a 2009 UM graduate in anthropology and international development studies, stands with his monitoring and evaluation team

International Development Studies Minor Propels Students into Global Careers

UM students now have more connections to global careers through the international development studies minor. The freestanding minor brings together UM faculty members’ networks full of...

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Cultural Exchange in Taiwan Leaves Lasting Impression on UM Student

It is the simple interactions and the spontaneous connections that University of Montana student Sarah Bortis will remember from her nine weeks spent studying abroad in Taiwan this past summer.

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