Student Named UM’s First Intermountain Children’s Home Doctoral Fellow

Student Named UM’s First Intermountain Children’s Home Doctoral Fellow

As a doctoral student in UM’s Department of Counselor Education, Tara Smart remains focused on her passion: advocating for children and helping others to understand the unique needs of special...

Wildlife Biology Program Appoints Professor Lowe as Interim Director

Wildlife Biology Program Appoints Professor Lowe as Interim Director

UM’s Wildlife Biology Program recently appointed an interim director and a new student adviser. Winsor Lowe will lead the program for the next two years, and Darr Tucknott joins the staff as...

UM Ranked Among Top 300 Universities Worldwide

UM Ranked Among Top 300 Universities Worldwide

For the second year in a row, UM has been ranked among the top 300 universities worldwide in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. UM is ranked in the 276-300 level of the 2013-14...

UM Selects East Broadway Site for New Missoula College Building

UM Selects East Broadway Site for New Missoula College Building

UM President Royce Engstrom today announced that the East Broadway site will be the location for the new Missoula College building. Engstrom made his selection after months of public comment,...

Students Receive Grant for Restoration Work on Rock Creek

Students Receive Grant for Restoration Work on Rock Creek

The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation recently awarded UM students a $15,000 grant to work with Five Valleys Land Trust to restore a 290-acre property at the confluence of...

Wilderness and Civilization Students Share Stories of Educational Adventures

Wilderness and Civilization Students Share Stories of Educational Adventures

UM’s is home to the unique Wilderness and Civilization Program, an inspiring and demanding academic program that each year immerses a small group of students in the study of wildland conservation...

UM Named a Top-50 College for Advancing Women in STEM Careers

UM Named a Top-50 College for Advancing Women in STEM Careers

The Online College Database recently ranked UM 43rd on its “50 Colleges Advancing Women in STEM” list. UM offers 66 science, technology and math programs, and the 450 women enrolled in them make...

College of Forestry Leads Hazardous Fuels Treatment Project at Lubrecht

College of Forestry Leads Hazardous Fuels Treatment Project at Lubrecht

College of Forestry and Conservation faculty members Alex Metcalf and Carl Seielstad led a hazardous fuels treatment project at Lubrecht State Experimental Forest last week. The thinning work...

$500,000 Grant Will Boost Bandwidth for Research at UM

$500,000 Grant Will Boost Bandwidth for Research at UM

A grant from the National Science Foundation will bring greater bandwidth to UM, boosting research projects with big-data needs while setting the groundwork for future upgrades. The $500,000 grant...

Professor Running Discusses Upcoming UN Report on Climate Change

Professor Running Discusses Upcoming UN Report on Climate Change

The first comprehensive report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change since 2007 will be released this week and it's expected to confirm that humans are causing global...

Journalism Associate Professor’s Multimedia Project Earns Top Honors

Journalism Associate Professor’s Multimedia Project Earns Top Honors

UM photojournalism and multimedia Associate Professor Jeremy Lurgio's project “Lost & Found Montana” recently was named one of 20 “Best of 2013” projects by American Society of Media...

Peru Announces Partnership with UM College of Forestry and Conservation

Peru Announces Partnership with UM College of Forestry and Conservation

Peruvian Ambassador Harold Forsyth on Monday announced a cooperative agreement with UM’s College of Forestry and Conservation that will send American students to the woods and rivers of the South...

New UM Cyber Innovation Lab Will Teach Security, 'Big Data'

New UM Cyber Innovation Lab Will Teach Security, 'Big Data'

A new facility at UM will allow students to learn about cybersecurity and use “big data” to solve real-world problems. On Monday, UM announced plans to open a Cyber Innovation Laboratory in...

Join the Conversation at TEDxUMontana Viewing Parties

Join the Conversation at TEDxUMontana Viewing Parties

The first TEDxUMontana event will be held at 7 p.m. Sept. 19, in the Masquer Theatre of the Performing Arts and Radio/TV Center at UM. Tickets for TEDxUMontana are sold out, but you can still be...

Watch the 2013 Montana Economic Development Summit Live from Butte

Watch the 2013 Montana Economic Development Summit Live from Butte

From heavy-hitting keynote speakers to ambassadors from some of the world’s most dynamic economies to breakout sessions with industry leaders, there is something for everyone at the 2013 Montana...

Student Helps Find Safe Routes to School for Children with Disabilities

Student Helps Find Safe Routes to School for Children with Disabilities

Research shows that children with disabilities experience more social isolation, higher obesity rates and as pedestrians, they are five times more likely to be hit by a vehicle when compared to...

Science Departments Offer Graduate Program Resource Website for Students

Science Departments Offer Graduate Program Resource Website for Students

Five UM departments and programs recently teamed up to create a resource website for potential and current graduate students in the biomedical, cellular, biochemical and chemical sciences. The...

Climate Change Leaves Hares Wearing the Wrong Color

Climate Change Leaves Hares Wearing the Wrong Color

The effects of climate change often happen on a large scale, like drought or a rise in sea level. In the hills outside Missoula, wildlife biologists are looking at a change to something very...

College of Forestry Marks 100 Years with Centennial Celebration

College of Forestry Marks 100 Years with Centennial Celebration

The UM College of Forestry and Conservation will celebrate its centennial this year with three days of events. All alumni and friends of the college are invited to events taking place Sept. 19-21....

UM Ranked Among Top Schools for Research, Service, Social Mobility

UM Ranked Among Top Schools for Research, Service, Social Mobility

The University of Montana made the top 100 in a list of universities ranked by research, service and social mobility. Washington Monthly magazine, a nonprofit publication, gave UM an overall...

Regents Professor Appointed to NASA Advisory Council Committee

Regents Professor Appointed to NASA Advisory Council Committee

University of Montana Regents Professor of Ecology Steve Running has been appointed to the NASA Advisory Council Science Committee and chair of the Earth Science subcommittee within that...

President Looks to Year Ahead in State of the University Address

President Looks to Year Ahead in State of the University Address

UM President Royce Engstrom delivered his annual State of the University on Aug. 23 to an audience of faculty, staff, students and community members. Engstrom introduced several new administrators...

Atmospheric Chemist Takes to Skies to Study How Smoke Affects Climate

Atmospheric Chemist Takes to Skies to Study How Smoke Affects Climate

Robert Yokelson, an atmospheric chemist at the University of Montana, is trying to learn more about how smoke from wildfires affects the climate. Scientists are still working to understand how...

Researcher Finds Loss of Sea Ice Causes Ecological Changes

Researcher Finds Loss of Sea Ice Causes Ecological Changes

 A new paper co-written by UM associate professor Mark Hebblewhite details ecological changes caused by a loss of Arctic sea ice. The paper concludes that the loss of sea ice obviously will impact...

Researcher Earns Army Grant to Develop Drug for Traumatic Brain Injuries

Researcher Earns Army Grant to Develop Drug for Traumatic Brain Injuries

The U.S. Army has awarded University of Montana researcher Dave Poulsen a $1 million grant to further develop a drug that limits damage caused by traumatic brain injuries. Researchers in Poulsen’s...

Professor Documents Cashmere Industry’s Impact on Wildlife in Central Asia

Professor Documents Cashmere Industry’s Impact on Wildlife in Central Asia

Using data collected from India, Mongolia and China’s Tibetan plateau, a team of international researchers that includes UM Professor Joel Berger have found a disturbing link between the global...

MonTECH Recreation Program Aims to Increase Access to Outdoors

MonTECH Recreation Program Aims to Increase Access to Outdoors

For the past several years, MonTECH Director Kathy Laurin and her staff have been compiling accessibility information for Montana public recreation lands. During the summer of 2013, Lee Bastian,...

Researchers Receive Nearly $350K in Grants from State Board

Researchers Receive Nearly $350K in Grants from State Board

Three out of a dozen new grants awarded Wednesday by the Montana Board of Research and Commercialization Technology will go to the University of Montana to help support research capable of...

Scientists Use New Approach to Reveal Function of Greenland’s Ice Sheet

Scientists Use New Approach to Reveal Function of Greenland’s Ice Sheet

Findings from a large-scale ice drilling study on the Greenland ice sheet by a team of University of Montana and University of Wyoming researchers may revise the models used to predict how ice...

President to Deliver State of the University Address Aug. 23

President to Deliver State of the University Address Aug. 23

University of Montana President Royce C. Engstrom will outline institutional priorities for the upcoming academic year during his annual State of the University address at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 23....

Researcher Teams with Ranchers to Create Beef Endurance Bar

Researcher Teams with Ranchers to Create Beef Endurance Bar

Omnibar – a new kind of energy bar hitting the market this fall – is the product of a meeting between a Blackfoot rancher looking for a new market for his grass-fed beef, and a former elite...

UM Looks to Expand Research That Benefits Economic Growth

UM Looks to Expand Research That Benefits Economic Growth

Research aimed at product development could play an increased role at UM in coming years, as the University strives to become a top-tier research institution and an economic driver for the region....

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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