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UM biology professor stars in BBC’s ‘Natural World’
Montana Rep celebrates 50 years with trip to China
Tireless UM advocate Bill Johnston retires after 36 years of service to alma mater
Choate, Conver, Fishbaugh, Seekins ’74 receive highest honor presented by UM Alumni Association
Schweyen selected as Selvig’s successor to lead Lady Griz
As business school Dean Gianchetta retires, next leader will assume UM’s first endowed dean’s chair
UM partnership ever-present as International Choral Festival rings in tenth anniversary
Virtual conference links high school students with industry representatives and academic experts in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
New academic center gives Griz a boost in the classroom
Meet Grizwald, UM’s cartoon bear.
Sunburst Sensors device takes home prestigious XPRIZE for measuring ocean health
Blewett family's $10 million gift transforms UM School of Law
Grotzinger, Isern, Stearns, Thomas awarded highest honor presented by UM Alumni Association
Griz football player Derek Crittenden chases Rhodes Scholarship
UM’s new telescope offers students the opportunity to reach for the stars
UM study finds fast food just as effective for recovery as sports supplements
UM program earns highest level of accreditation
Rivertop Renewables lands $26 million in investments
Fund changes lives, one opportunity at a time
Former Griz DeCuire returns to UM as new men’s hoops coach
Sir Paul McCartney thrills fans with unforgettable concert at UM
Campus notes and faculty quotes from the summer months.
New Grizzly softball team to take field next year
Emma Sansaver has an incredible story—one of courage, tenacity, perseverance, and hard work.
There are only forty-two copies of The Workes of Geoffrey Chaucer, edited by John Stow, held in public institutions across the United States. Of the forty-two, a mere eleven reside west of the Mississippi. The University of Montana just happens to have one of them.
Built from scratch, Griz softball team is off to a hot start
UM takes innovative approaches to prepare the teachers of tomorrow
We sought out some of UM’s best and brightest to shed light on the topic
Traditions are part of what makes UM unique and help build lifelong memories and connections
New initiative aims to open opportunities for UM to solve the most pressing medical issues plaguing our population
UM students travel to Germany to gain hands-on experience telling stories of refugees
Legendary coach Robin Selvig calls it quits after nearly four decades with Lady Griz
UM partners with growing high-tech sector to create high-paying jobs, keep talented graduates right here in Montana
With help from UM, a small town in Nothwestern Montana takes on a rebranding effort to heal from its rocky past
Lily Gladstone is a star on the rise, but her Blackfeet identity and UM roots keep her grounded in the capricious world of showbiz
To measure how tall Dr. Jack Burgess ’43 stood, look no further than The Secret Game he played in an empty gym in 1944
Carla Dove ’86 soars as the nation’s top expert on identifying birds that collide with planes, even when only “snarge” remains
UM History Professor Anya Jabour’s expertise plays a critical role in the new PBS Civil War drama Mercy Street
Right here at UM, one of the nation’s best intensive language programs teaches our military the languages of war—and of peace
In a wide array of studies, UM’s HHP Department makes significant impacts on the well-being of the people of Montana and beyond
On the biggest stage in Hollywood, Oscar-winner J.K. Simmons ’78 delivers a simple yet potent message: Call your mom and dad, because he can’t call his
MMAC celebrates 120th anniversary with 120 pieces from the Permanent Collection
Professor’s $45 million cooperative agreement with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is largest in UM history
Internet sensation Hank Green aims to decrease ‘worldsuck’ one nerd at a time
100 years later, UM School of Journalism imparts new skills, timeless values
Udo Fluck’s Global Gateway program inspires K-12 students to learn global competence
Program inspires future generation of Indian scientists
MOLLI breathes new life into continuing education at UM
UM’s new Brain Initiative puts professors’ heads together to explore what’s inside them
High schoolers get taste of UM at Schwanke Institute
Mansfield Library Exhibit Delves into African-American History
With locations on campus and in downtown Missoula and its popular mobile science program, spectrum Discovery Area lets kids across Big Sky Country get their hands dirty for science.
Since graduating from UM in 1956, I have enjoyed reading the Montanan. However, I am bothered by an omission from campus.
Just wanted to say I really enjoy the Montanan, especially the Winter issue devoted to teaching.
Wow! Todd Goodrich takes the mundane photo shoot and makes it work with his sharp photographer’s eye.
Maybe. Maybe not. I’ll probably never really know.