Journalism Plaque on UM's Don Anderson Hall

School of Journalism Celebrates a Century of Making News

Founded in 1914 by Arthur L. Stone, the University of Montana Journalism School is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Since its start in a few Army surplus tents pitched near Main Hall,...

UM art Professor Elizabeth Dove

Elizabeth Dove: Cutting Through Definitions in Search of Meaning

Elizabeth Dove has been cutting up dictionaries for years, searching for meaning. Now, the Missoula artist and UM professor is showing off the product of her process. The Missoula Art Museum will...

UM's Davidson Honors College

Davidson Honors College Automates Application Process

People who apply to the University of Montana next year will automatically be considered for admission to the Davidson Honors College. Before this school year, prospective students had to fill out...

Researcher Doug Emlen holds a rhino beetle

Researchers Find Animal Weapons Driven by Fighting Style

The stunning array of weaponry brandished by male animals—be they antlers, horns, mandibles, spurs, or claws—is driven by each species’ individual fighting style, University of Montana scientists...

Suzanne and Dave Peterson

Missoula Couple Donates $1.5 Million to UM for Gifted Education

The University of Montana received a $1.5 million boost Friday, making UM’s College of Education and Human Sciences the gifted education hub of Montana and the Northern Rockies. Missoula residents...

University of Montana campus

US News and World Report: UM Among Nation’s Top 200 Universities

The University of Montana is ranked in the top 200 colleges and universities across the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report. In the 2015 Edition of U.S. News’ Best College rankings, UM...

Cybersecurity expert Deviant Ollam speaks to UM students

Visiting Expert Teaches UM Students Cybersecurity Basics

The best cybersecurity system in the world isn’t worth a floppy disk if it can be defeated by a child’s birthday balloon. And it probably can, according to Deviant Ollam, who’s plied his hacking...

UM scientist Jeff Good

UM Scientist Co-Authors Study on How Animals Are Domesticated

A new international study is giving scientists more insight into understanding the process of the domestication of animals. Jeffrey Good, an assistant professor of biological sciences at the...

UM senior Mara Menahan

Honors Student Seizes Every Opportunity During Time at UM

From the moment she arrived at the University of Montana in 2010, Helena native Mara Menahan has been making the most of her UM experience. She enrolled in the Davidson Honors College, biked...

Students meet with adviser

Students Find the Path to Success Through Career Services

UM is committed to helping students find a career that fulfills their personal and professional goals. Career Services can help students select majors, review and revise resumes and learn the art...

UM students Matt Gangloff and Andrew Burrington work with Associate Professor Cameron Lawrence

Community Support Helps SoBA Students Turn Over a ‘New Leaf’

With the right connections in place and the power of a good idea, a new business can move fast. Just ask Matt Gangloff and Andrew Burrington, who have seen an influx of funding and interest since...

UM student Aiden Reichman holds of photo of himself with Sen. Jon Tester

Chemo to College: UM Sophomore Battling Cancer Won't Quit

Aiden Reichman is at the threshold of adult life. The 19-year-old college sophomore is moving into his dorm and starting his 16-credit semester. But this fall might be considerably more difficult....

UM campus

FindTheBest Ranks Montana as State with the Best Colleges

According to a “Smart Rating” developed by FindTheBest, Montana has the best overall colleges in the U.S. FindTheBest used a weighted average of rankings from U.S. News & World Report and Forbes,...

UM campus

State of the University Address, Missoula College Groundbreaking Friday

UM President Royce Engstrom will deliver his annual State of the University Address and host the official groundbreaking for the new Missoula College building on Friday, Aug. 22. The public is...

UM officials break ground on the new athletics academic center

$1 Million Gift Highlights Academic Center Groundbreaking

Ground was broken Wednesday on the University of Montana campus for a new athletics academic center, and the occasion doubled as an opportunity for Director of Athletics Kent Haslam to announce a...

Crews help UM students move into the residence halls

Students Begin Arriving on Campus for Fall Semester

The countdown to the 2014-15 academic year is underway at UM with classes slated to begin Monday. That means 13,000 new Missoula residents are arriving in town, renewing the energy of this college...

Students, Symantec executives work in the Cyber Innovation Lab at UM

Symantec Executives Visit UM to Observe Big Data Course

UM is the first university in the nation to be part of software giant Symantec’s Academic Alliances Program. Earlier this spring, Symantec made a $100,000 in-kind donation to UM that included a...

Soldier Image from the book cover

‘The Things They Carried’ Selected as First-Year Reading Title

UM, in partnership with the Missoula Public Library’s The Big Read program, has selected “The Things They Carried” by National Book Award-winner Tim O’Brien as the 2014 First-Year Reading...

Andrij Holian, Andrew Closson and Ray Hamilton

Summer Research Program Brings Maine Student to Montana

Each year, a handful of outstanding students are selected to participate in the 10-week Summer Undergraduate Research Program at UM’s Center for Environmental Health Sciences. This summer, Andrew...

International students listening in a UM class

International Students Flock to UM from 50 Countries

Effie Koehn, UM director of Foreign Student and Scholar Services, said international student enrollment continues to grow, passing the 600 mark last year. “Their orientation starts three days...

Skyline of Toronto

UM’s GLI Students Share Global Experiences on Blog

The Global Leadership Initiative at the University of Montana creates an opportunity for students to ask some of the most pressing questions of the 21st century while gaining the skills necessary...

Katie Dorsett,  Kevan Roberts, Zeina Jaffar

Honors Student Focuses Summer Research on Allergens and Asthma

As a biochemistry major, Katie Dorsett is interested in the connections between human diseases and environmental science. This summer, she is participating in UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research...

UM students, researchers dig at Bridge River archaeological field site

Field School Students Uncover Diverse Archaeological Findings at BC Site

UM archaeological field school students, graduate student research assistants and First Nations partners worked together this summer to expose ancient house floors in Housepit 54 at the Bridge...

UM faculty member Chris Migliaccio and Elena Beideck

Visiting Honors Student Investigates Nanomaterials

Meet Elena Beideck, a visiting honors student from the State University of New York at Geneseo. Beideck is participating in UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program and conducting research with...

UM campus

Chinese Delegation Visits for Talks on Academics, Trade, Technology

A delegation of high-level Chinese ambassadors will stop this week in Missoula, one of just three U.S. cities listed on their North American tour. Organized by the Mansfield Center at UM, the stop...

‘World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds’

3 UM Faculty Listed Among ‘World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds’

Three UM faculty members are lauded in the recent publication “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” for publishing the greatest number of highly cited papers between 2002 and 2012. UM...

Jaxie Friedman, right, and her mentor, Fernando Cardozo-Pelaez

Visiting Honors Student Investigates Parkinson’s Disease

Meet Jaxie Friedman, a visiting honors student from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn.  Friedman is participating in UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program and conducting research with...

UM students study in the library

Record Year for Fundraising Means More Scholarships for Students

UM received unprecedented private support in fiscal year 2014, with donations totaling $53.7 million. This is a $16.3 million increase over the previous record, set in 2008. In July 2013, the UM...

UM geneticist Fred Allendorf

Former Students, Fellow Scientists Honor UM Geneticist Allendorf

The official title of the seminar was “Recent Advances in Applying Genetics and Genomics to Conservation,” but it was really about family. Dozens of scientists who started their careers under the...

UM accounting Associate Professor Kenton Swift

Professor Swift Named Outstanding Accounting Educator of the Year

The Montana Society of Certified Public Accountants recently awarded UM accounting Associate Professor Kenton Swift the 2014 Jack Kempner Outstanding Educator Award. The award honors an educator...

UM visiting Professor Robert Pal

Visiting Professor Identifies European Invaders on Sentinel

On a switchback overlooking the Missoula Valley, UM visiting Professor Robert Pal knelt down and pulled a Jim Hill mustard plant – aka tumbleweed – from the arid soil alongside the trail. The...

The new family medicine residents at a gathering

UM Selects 10 New Family Medicine Residents for Class of 2017

Ten new family doctors were selected as the Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana’s second class. The new residents began their intensive orientation earlier this month at the Partnership...

UM faculty member Yoon Hee Cho and Harley Fredriksen

Visiting Honors Student Researches Epigenetic Changes during UM Summer Program

Meet Harley Fredriksen, a visiting honors student from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Fredriksen is participating in UM's Summer Undergraduate Research Program and conducting research...

A Syrian policeman patrols the ancient city of Palmyra,

Postdoctoral Researcher: Antiquities Often Looted to Fund Insurgencies

In recent weeks the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, better known as ISIS, has emerged as a major insurgency. Evidence now suggests they are using illicit antiquity trafficking to fund their...

former UM law Professor Duke Crowley

Professor Left Lasting Impression on Montana Law, Thousands of Students

Longtime UM law professor “Duke” William Crowley passed away recently at age 91, but while he’s gone from this world, his legacy as a friend, a professor and the principal draftsman of the Montana...

Dean Reed Humphrey

Humphrey Named College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences Dean

Reed Humphrey, director of UM’s School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, has accepted the position of dean of the College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences. Humphrey will...

UM Assistant Professor Annie Belcourt

Researcher Approaches Native American Health Disparities From All Sides

UM alumna and Assistant Professor Annie Belcourt (Otter Woman) is approaching health disparities among Native American populations from many angles. She’s working to improve indoor air quality in...

Retiring UM Dean Dave Forbes

Dean Forbes Retires After Successfully Leading UM College for 26 Years

With his boxes packed and a picture of his golden retriever on the computer screen, David Forbes is already dreaming of life’s next chapter, one that will allow time for golf and a trip to Europe...

UM grad student Sarah Kinsey and mentor Liz Putman

Honors Student Takes Research to Next Level During Summer Program

As a human biology and psychology major, Sarah Kinsey is very interested in the connections between human health and environmental science. This summer, she is participating in UM’s Summer...

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