Richard Diebenkorn. Photograph by Leo Holub, Santa Monica, Calif., 1984. Credit: Courtesy Estate of Leo Holub.

Rarely Seen Works by Master Painter Diebenkorn Coming to MMAC

After sifting through more than a thousand drawings by Richard Diebenkorn, one curator remains as effusive as ever about the late painter's work. "I'm still waiting to see a bad Diebenkorn," said...

Great Falls attorney Alexander Blewett speaks at renaming ceremony

Law School Renaming Ceremony Honors Blewetts

Two decades ago, Great Falls attorney Alexander Blewett was able to make a $50 donation to his alma mater, the UM School of Law. On Sept. 11, UM renamed its law school the Alexander Blewett III...

UM Professor Richard Drake

Teaching, Publishing and Coordinating with Richard Drake

Richard Drake sits in his naturally lit office on the third floor of University Hall with three walls covered in books and papers scattered across both of his desks. Drake taught at schools like...

Monica Serban

New UM Faculty Member Pleased to Call Missoula Home

Monica Serban is a new Montanan, having moved to Missoula with her family this summer. Serban, a new faculty member at the University of Montana, was most recently in Boston. She had an...

The UM Marching Band plays at the 2014 Homecoming football game

Reconnect Sept. 20-26 at UM’s Homecoming

Break out your traditional copper, silver and gold Griz gear and celebrate with the University of Montana during Homecoming 2015, Sunday through Saturday, Sept. 20-26. This year’s theme, “A...

Author John Vaillant speaks to students

Acclaimed Author Shares Writing Lessons with UM Students

Sometimes you walk in the door with one set of expectations, and you learn something that points you in a brand new direction. On Sept. 10, acclaimed author John Vaillant shared that lesson and...

A mountain image

Program Provides Wilderness Experience for New Students

UM offers the Freshman Wilderness Experience to 90 students before the fall semester kicks off. The partnership between the Wilderness Institute and Outdoor Program takes multiple groups of eight...

UM Dining Garden behind the Lommasson Building

UM Bought Over $1 Million Worth of Local Foods Last Year

The University of Montana Wednesday said that it’s now buying more than $1 million worth of local food a year. Director of UM Dining Mark LoParco said the numbers for last fiscal year have just...

Davidson Honors College Dean Brock Tessman

New Dean of Davidson Honors College Arrives at UM

The Davidson Honors College has found its new dean, and he’s got some big ideas. Though Brock Tessman has only been here a week (as evidenced by the scattering of unopened boxes in his office),...

female researcher works with microscope at UM

Research Resurgence: UM Logs Spending Jump

Frank Rosenzweig's laboratory at UM is working with NASA to understand key moments in the evolution of life. Researchers with the Neural Injury Center are developing new tools to gauge the...

the new Grizzly Student-Athlete Academic Center at UM

New Academic Center for Griz Athletes Opens its Doors

Student athletes are already hitting the books at the brand new Grizzly Student-Athlete Academic Center at UM. It's a $2.5 million project connected to the Adams Center, and it has large windows,...

Paul Gladen, new CEO of MADE

UM's Blackstone LaunchPad Director Named CEO of MADE

Paul Gladen, director of the Blackstone LaunchPad at UM, recently was named CEO of the Montana Academy of Distinguished Entrepreneurs. In both capacities he helps students jumpstart their own...

Mount Sentinel trailhead

Mount Sentinel’s Popular Trailhead Gets New Look

It's a small corner on campus, but it represents the community's large heart, as well as its great love for trails. A couple years ago, Madeline Mazurski of the Montana Native Plant Society...

Wild Mercy reading series

Creative Writing Grad Student Offers Glimpse of Program

Graduate student Alana Trumpy shares her thoughts on UM’s Creative Writing Program in a Q-and-A with Niche Magazine, an online literary publication. Trumpy is studying fiction writing with an...

UM students clean up trash in the University District

Sunday Sweepers Collect Game-Day Trash in U District

Missoula went into the weekend expecting big crowds and an equally big party. It woke up Sunday morning to a big cleanup. More than a dozen UM students gathered on campus Sunday before setting off...

Griz win over NDSU

Griz Take Big Win Over NDSU in Home Opener

Montana upset four-time defending FCS national champion North Dakota State 38-35 in a nonconference football game Saturday afternoon at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in front of a stadium-record...

UM campus

Princeton Review Names UM Among ‘Best 380 Colleges’

The University of Montana again made the annual list of top four-year colleges and universities in North America by the Princeton Review. “The Best 380 Colleges: 2016 Edition” was released Aug. 4....

Olivia Schuler with Facilities Services works on a grizzly bear mural

Campus Preps for the Influx of Students Arriving Soon

On Thursday, UM was in preparation mode for the onslaught of students arriving next week. Classes start Aug. 31, and an upcoming student orientation Thursday and ensuing move-in weekend soon will...

Dan Pendergraph and Sage Stowell backpacking in the Beartooths

Duo Spends Summer Guiding Volunteers into Beartooths

While large swaths of the West have suffered through extreme drought and wildfires this summer, Dan Pendergraph and Sage Stowell have endured numerous hail, rain, lightning and wind storms and the...

UM President Royce Engstrom

President to Deliver State of the University Address Aug. 28

UM President Royce C. Engstrom will outline institutional accomplishments, issues and priorities ahead of the upcoming academic year during his annual State of the University Address at 10 a.m....

Farrukh Nazir, a graduate student from Pakistan who is studying curriculum instruction at UM, talks during the Aug. 24 picnic.

Friendship Program Benefits Foreign Students

The Missoula International Friendship Program stands ready to help UM international students learn more about life in the U.S. On Aug. 24, the Friendship Program hosted a spaghetti dinner for some...

Lauren Astrup demonstrates a physical therapy tool developed by Associate Professor Ryan Mizner

UM Grows Portfolio of Patents to More Than 100

Ryan Mizner has a patent pending for a device called The Bridge, a physical therapy tool developed by the UM associate professor and one of his students. The device represents a trend at UM, too,...

UM senior Derek Crittenden

Scholar Athlete Derek Crittenden Aims for Big Leagues

Griz senior Derek Crittenden is in fall camp, getting ready to finish his fifth full year at the University of Montana as a member of the football program. This season, Crittenden not only gets...

Google employee photographs the UM campus

Google Trekker Photographs UM Campus for Street View

Google Trekkers have hiked the Grand Canyon, climbed El Capitan in Yosemite National Park and walked the narrow streets of Venice to bring interactive views of hard-to-reach places online. Soon UM...

Missoula Valley

High-Tech Companies Increasing Footprint in State, Hiring UM Grads

Montana has quietly increased its footprint in high-tech businesses, growing at a pace that exceeds statewide growth and providing high-paying jobs for UM students and graduates, according to a...

UM campus

UM to Launch New System for Students with Disabilities

Disability Services for Students at the University of Montana will fully implement and launch a new web-based database and communication system for students with disabilities at the beginning of...

UM Professor and inventor Michael DeGrandpre

Chemistry Professor, Inventor Talks About Path to the XPRIZE

When Sunburst Sensors won $1.5 million in prize money last month, the work of Michael DeGrandpre went from the trash bin to the international stage. DeGrandpre is a chemistry professor at UM whose...

UM alumna Miranda Fox

Student Leader Wins Executive Director of the Year Award

UM alumna Miranda Fox, of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, recently was awarded the St. Jude Up ‘til Dawn Executive Director of the Year Award. Fox was awarded the distinguished honor in Memphis, Tennessee,...

Doctors at work at UM's Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana

Family Medicine Residency Program Receives $1.7M Grant

UM’s Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana was one of 32 awardees nationally to receive a $1.7 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of...

carrots at the Grizzly Green Market

UM Dining Hosts Tiny, Homegrown Farmers Market

The tomatoes are plump and sweet at the booths that might be the tiniest farmers market in Missoula. This summer, UM’s Dining Services opened the Grizzly Green Market on the mall outside the...

UM campus

UM to Honor Four Distinguished Alumni at Homecoming

Four outstanding University of Montana graduates will receive 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards during Homecoming weekend festivities on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 25-26. The awards are the highest...

UM's Student Athlete Advisory Committee

UM Student-Athletes Claim Big Sky’s SAAC Cup

UM student-athletes recently claimed  Big Sky Conference’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee Cup. The conference-wide competition was held over the past year and involved two separate contests: a...

Washington-Grizzly Stadium at UM

Musburger to Call Montana Football Opener Aug. 29

Brent Musburger's ties to athletics in the state of Montana come with a lengthy list, but one thing the longtime broadcasters has never done is call a Montana Grizzlies football game. That'll...

Jack Stanford, outgoing FLBS director, and incoming Director James Elser stand next to the station’s research vessel, the Jessie B.

Flathead Lake Biological Station Hires New Director

James “Jim” Elser, an internationally renowned freshwater ecologist, will become the next director of the University of Montana’s century-old Flathead Lake Biological Station. UM President Royce...

Mark LoParco

UM Dining Director Earns Prestigious National Award

UM Dining Director Mark LoParco recently received an award for his leadership and contributions to the National Association of College and University Food Services and the collegiate foodservice...

UM defensive tackle Caleb Kidder

Defensive Tackle Kidder Chosen to Wear #37 Legacy Jersey

When NFL-bound former Grizzly defensive end Zack Wagenmann texted current Griz Caleb Kidder and asked him to join the recent grad for a workout recently, Kidder wasn't surprised. It was what...

Jessie B., the Flathead Lake Biological Station’s research boat

Refurbished Boat Returns to Flathead Lake Biological Station

The Flathead Lake Biological Station’s research boat, the Jessie B., returned to its dock recently after a six-month absence. The welded-aluminum hull on the station’s refurbished boat now houses...

A 2015 NASA image of a blue marble earth

UM Ranked in Top 2.4 Percent of Universities Worldwide

The Center for World University Rankings recently ranked UM No. 585 out of universities worldwide, placing the University in the top 2.4 percent of more than 25,000 degree-granting institutions of...

Some images from the podcast webpage

New Podcast Highlights Montana-centric Topics

Just one week after launching a new podcast, and UM J-school assistant professor Jule Banville’s already tackled an eclectic array of subject matter, including a segment about the weird things...

The UM Grizzly Bear on the Oval

Private Support for UM Tops $50 Million Two Years in a Row

UM had another remarkable fundraising year. Private support for the University in fiscal year 2015 totaled $52.6 million, just shy of last year’s record-breaking total of $53.7 million. The...

UM School of Journalism building

Assistant Journalism Professor Named NAJA President

A UM School of Journalism assistant professor has been elected as president of the Native American Journalists Association. Jason Begay, a Navajo from Gallup, New Mexico, and a UM alumnus, joined...

The Tiger by John Vaillant

‘The Tiger’ Named UM’s 2015 First-Year Reading Experience Book

UM has selected “The Tiger” by award-winning author John Vaillant as the 2015 First-Year Reading Experience book, a program provides incoming freshmen with a shared intellectual experience to...

Students and teachers from UM's LAB Preschool

Online Master’s in Early Childhood Education Earns Accolades

The new Master of Education in Early Childhood Education, offered by the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences at UM, recently ranked 10th in SuperScholar’s “50 Best Online...

UM's Davidson Honors College

Outstanding Students Receive Presidential Leadership Scholarships

UM's Presidential Leadership Scholarships have been awarded to 26 exceptional incoming UM freshmen. The scholarships recognize outstanding talent, academic performance, leadership and contribution...

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