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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
UM alum, legendary journalist makes seven-figure estate gift
UM doctoral student, professor discover earliest Jurassic corals
Virtual conference links high school students with industry representatives and academic experts in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
UM students to report on Syrian refugee movement in Germany
New academic center gives Griz a boost in the classroom
Meet Grizwald, UM’s cartoon bear.
By Rick DeMarinis
Bangtail Press, 2015, 257 pages, $17.95
By Amy Ragsdale
Seal Press, 2015, 291 pages, $16
By David Brooks
University of Oklahoma Press, 2015, 263 pages, $34.95
By Joanna Klink
Penguin Books, 2015, 64 pages, $20
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
Meet Grizwald, UM‘s cartoon bear. In frequent issues of the Montanan, we provide a drawing of Grizwald that needs a creative, original caption.
I was impressed and amazed at the use of the portrait and story of Chief Dewey Beard as an example of the scope of the museum’s collection, as well as the story of the artist, Elizabeth Tangye Lochrie.
Although women represent about half the population, we are severely underrepresented in many of your recent issues.
Two rather negative comments belittling First Americans/Native Americans is below the standards I expect from the Montanan.
How excited I was to see the article on the UM Griz hurlers and their national collegiate hurling championship!
By Greg Gordon
University of Oklahoma Press, 2014, 504 pages,
By Bryce Andrews
Simon & Schuster, Inc. Atria paperback,
2014, 238 pages, $15
By Ken Egan Jr.
2014, 223 pages, $19.95
By Kate Davis, with photographs by Kate Davis and Rob Palmer
Mountain Press, 2014, 104 pages, $18
By Murray Carpenter
Hudson Street Press, 2014, 270 pages, $25.95
By David Allan Cates
Bangtail Press, 2014, 350 pages, $19.75
By Lisa D. Simon and Brady Harrison
The University of Montana Press, 2014, 300 pages, $26.99
By Pete Fromm
Red Hen Press, 2014, 240 pages, $15.95
By Bruce L. Smith
University Press of Colorado, 2014, 192 pages, $34.95
By Kim Zupan
Henry Holt and Company, 2014, 256 pages, $26
Emma Sansaver has an incredible story—one of courage, tenacity, perseverance, and hard work.
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
UM Alumna Angela McLean Dives Head-First into Politics
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.
When the Lady Griz defeated the University of Portland Pilots on November 18, longtime UM women’s hoops coach Robin Selvig made history.
Kali Lindner, a 2006 UM graduate in international business and Spanish, went on to create one of the most popular workout trends.
Brandon Tuss ’97, middle, his wife, Steph Tuss, right, and Liz Kelly ’10 proudly don their Griz gear on Inisheer during a recent trip to Ireland. Among the many sites they visited were the Cliffs of Moher, the Aran Islands, Trinity College and St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, and of course, the Guinness Storehouse.
By Prageeta Sharma
Fence Books, 2013, 67 pages, $15.95
By Casey Charles
Regal Crest Enterprises, 2013, 286 pages, $20.95
By Abi Maxwell
Alfred A. Knopf, 2013, 210 pages, $24.95
By Linda Kittell
Turning Point Books, 2013, 64 pages, $16.20
By Andrew Sean Greer
HarperCollins Publishers, 2013, 289 pages, $26.99
By Joan Bird
Riverbend Publishing, 2013, 230 pages, $14.95
By Anne E. Greene
University of Chicago Press, 2013, 124 pages, $13
By Sonny Gratzer
iUniverse, Inc., 2013, 218 pages, $15.95
By Emily Jeanne Miller
Mariner Books paperback, 2013, 272 pages, $14.95
I read with great delight the story about my friend John Ruffatto and his benefactor activities within the University of Montana.
I could not believe my eyes when I saw the fall 2013 cover of the Montanan.
These two images, in essence, represent a 20,000-word essay advocating off-road driving stupidity...