- Editorial Offices
- 203 Brantly Hall
- Missoula, MT 59812
- (406) 243-2488
Distinguished AlumniMeet five exceptional alumni who boldly embody the spirit of UM through leadership.
Around the Oval
Recent UM News and HighlightsRecent UM news and highlights
UM Responds to the Pandemic
Be a Part of S.E.A. ChangeLearn how you can be a part of S.E.A. Change!
Awards and AccoladesAccomplishments from UM faculty, researchers and students
10 UM Physicians Graduate
Seven plan to practice in Montana
Grizzlies of the Last DecadeFour exceptional alumni who boldly embody the spirit of UM through leadership
DeCuire Enters Fifth SeasonMen's basketball coach Travis DeCuire re-ups for three more years
Trademarks and Licensing Earns Top National Award
The Bottom LineUM news by the numbers
GrizwaldMeet Grizwald, UM's cartoon bear.
Montanans Return from El Salvador ExchangeMontanans serve as citizen ambassadors in El Salvador
GrizwaldMeet Grizwald, UM‘s cartoon bear.
Rugby ReunionUM Rugby Club marks 50 years of scrum
Bobby’s Second ActHauck returns to lead Griz football team
Washington-Grizzly Champions Center Opens DoorsState-of-the-art training facility serves all varsity athletes
Notable & QuoteableCampus notes and faculty quotes from around campus
Taking ShapeConstruction of the Washington-Grizzly Champions Center is moving along.
Facetime: Linsey Corbin '06World-class athlete Linsey Corbin talks about her upcoming world championships, returning from injury and what it takes to be a professional Ironman
Best Replaces Best
Schweyen selected as Selvig’s successor to lead Lady Griz
New Turf Spruces Up Washington-Grizzly StadiumIn a unique twist honoring a longtime Montana tradition, a No. 37 logo appears at the 37-yard line on each sideline
The Bottom LineCampus notes and faculty quotes from around campus
Griz NationKeep up to date with the Montana Grizzlies
Hitting the Books
New academic center gives Griz a boost in the classroom
Facetime: Martin Iosefo '15Get to know Martin Iosefo, UM's rugby star who has a chance at representing the U.S. at the 2016 Summer Games in Rio
Brains and Brawn
Griz football player Derek Crittenden chases Rhodes Scholarship
Griz NationNews and notes from around Griz Nation
GrizwaldGrizwald, UM‘s cartoon bear. In frequent issues of the Montanan, we provide a drawing of Grizwald that needs a creative, original caption.
Hurling HeroicsUM hurling squad claims national title
Back to School
Former Griz DeCuire returns to UM as new men’s hoops coach
A League of Their Own
New Grizzly softball team to take field next year
Back on TrackThe Montana Grizzlies knocked off the Montana State University Bobcats, 28-14, in the 113th Brawl of the Wild in Bozeman on November 23.
When the Lady Griz defeated the University of Portland Pilots on November 18, longtime UM women’s hoops coach Robin Selvig made history.
Facetime: Kali Lindner '06
Kali Lindner, a 2006 UM graduate in international business and Spanish, went on to create one of the most popular workout trends.
UM's Evolving Fight SongThe storied history of UM's famous fight song
Artifacts: Guff's StuffUM's longtime Sports Information Director Dave Guffey calls it a career after nearly 37 years
BookshelfNew titles from authors with UM connections
President's PerspectiveUM President Seth Bodnar shares his hope that each student at UM develops a confident personal voice.
Voices of the MomentBlack student-athletes in Grizzly Athletics share their vision for a brighter future for all.
Photos by Tommy Martino
Justice For AllThe new director of the Montana Innocence Project has a UM law degree, a gift for fundraising and a lifelong commitment to racial and social justice.
All In The BandThe New Big Sky Singers look back at 50 years of musical memories, friendship and a band of brothers that began at UM.
Facetime: Larry HuffordManaging a college is complex task, but Larry Hufford, evolutionary biologist and the new dean of UM's College of Humanities and Sciences, is used to life's intricacies.
On the CoverRobby Beasely, a UM freshman on the men's basketball team, shares his reflections and hopes for a brighter future.
President's PerspectiveUM President Seth Bodnar shares how Grizzlies are rising to the challenges posed by the pandemic with innovation, courage and selflessness.
A Recipe for GoodTobin Miller Shearer parlays the personal and professional into his students and scholarship as a white man directing UM's African-American Studies department. It's not easy. But nothing important ever is.
Ahead of the Data
From Kafka to Climate Change
Celebrating the impact of 50 years of environmental studies at UM.
Facetime: Ryan Hansen
Ryan Hansen, UM alumnus and entrepreneur, operates LumenAd, one of the country’s top software companies. He says the journey from UM to recognition in Inc. magazine takes some Montana scrappiness and Grizzly grit.
On the CoverRhys McKinstry, UM alumnus, shares his reflections on graduating from UM in the time of COVID-19.
President's PerspectiveUM President Seth Bodnar and Dr. Chelsea Bodnar share their vision for S.E.A. Change
The Long HaulFor one UM alumna, a career in the male-dominated trucking industry took some Montana grit and a liberal arts degree.
SAFES.E.A. begins with 'S' because safety rests at the heart of the University of Montana's mission to provide access to a quality education.
S.E.A. Change Spotlight: Libby MetcalfThrough teaching, mentoring and leading, Metcalf advances S.E.A. Change at UM
UM TrailblazersFront-runners, trailblazers and fearless champions for others. At a sweeping time for women, here are seven UM student leaders making their mark.
Programs that Empower and Accelerate Women
Learn about campus programs that support all women while advancing gender equity
A Campaign for UMHistoric effort invites supporters to Think Big. Be Bold.
Scholarships Launching LivesDonors have gifted and pledged more than $100 million for student support during Campaign Montana.
Programs for ProgressNew UM programs have far-reaching impacts.
Student Success: The Heart of EverythingOur mission is to ensure a high-quality education is accessible to all walks of life.
Thinking Big With BuildingsBuilding dynamic spaces that are conducive to innovative learning.
Funding Elite EducatorsSupporting UM's legacy of research and public education.
15 Looks BackGriz Great Dave Dickenson reflects on his career as he enters the national College Football Hall of Fame
A Century of SoldiersFor 100 years, ROTC cadets have attended regular classes at UM while also training to become U.S. Army officers
125 Years and CountingUM celebrates milestones of academics, achievement and growth
Mission AcceptedNew President Seth Bodnar brings passion for service and high achievement to UM
It’s A Whole New Ballgame
Built from scratch, Griz softball team is off to a hot start
Circles Never End‘Play Me Montana’ brings Tim Ryan Rouillier back to where it all began
What Makes a Great Teacher?
We sought out some of UM’s best and brightest to shed light on the topic
Artifacts: Traditions Unlike Any Others
Traditions are part of what makes UM unique and help build lifelong memories and connections
Thats All, Folks
Legendary coach Robin Selvig calls it quits after nearly four decades with Lady Griz
Artifacts: Behind the BoomLearn the history behind one of the loudest sounds you'll hear at a Grizzly football game
Planes, Brains, and Civil Resistance
To measure how tall Dr. Jack Burgess ’43 stood, look no further than The Secret Game he played in an empty gym in 1944
Scooter Christensen dribbles, drives, and dishes his way to stardom with the Harlem Globetrotters