'Listen to Robert E. McCoy, moderated by Steven I. Levine, discuss his assessment that a lack of strategic empathy in Washington is key to the bipartisan failures of U.S.'
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center
Fostering globally-minded leaders of integrity.
Promoting Dialogue — Public lectures and conferences are an important part of our community outreach and education, offering the opportunity to engage in conversation about local, national, and international topics. Learn more
A Way Forward — Examine the role that ethical values can and should play in public life, the moral quandaries faced by those who govern, and the issues of leadership and character in public service. Learn more
Tomorrow's Leaders — We embrace UM’s Priorities for Action to place student success at the center of all we do. Our commitment is not just to UM students, but also to Montana high school students. Learn more
UM Students — From long-running study abroad programs to courses on public diplomacy, we are committed to providing students with opportunities to develop their leadership skills and global competence. Learn more
A Special Community — Maureen and Mike Mansfield loved Montana. We strive to engage communities throughout Montana in our programs, to bring the world to Montana and present Montana to the world. Learn more
Explore the World — We offer opportunities to explore critical global issues from climate change to civic development for youth, community members, professionals, and educators. Learn more
The University of Montana acknowledges that we are in the aboriginal territories of the Salish and Kalispel people. We honor the path they have always shown us in caring for this place for the generations to come.