Universities from across the country (like the University of Washington above) visit Montana Western each summer to conduct geology field camps.
Geology departments from universities across the country started coming to the University of Montana Western to conduct their geology camps in the mid 1960s.
Chancellor Beth Weatherby reads "Go Dog Go" to Curious Minds kids.
University of Montana Western Librarian and Assistant Professor Anne Kish is the next featured reader for "Storytime Thursdays."
Norman Maclean in 1989. Photo by Veronica Wald.
University of Montana Western English Professor Alan Weltzien will participate in three panel discussions at the inaugural "In the Footsteps of Norman Maclean Festival" July 10-13, 2015 at Seeley Lake, Mont.
Learning how to give injections and take blood samples are two important skills all veterinary technician students gain at Pima Medical Institute on the Montana Western campus.
Montana Western and Pima Medical Institute will collaborate to offer a veterinary technician associate degree and veterinary assistant certificate program.
Recent Montana Western graduate Taeler Rodriguez has been accepted to the University of Denver’s graduate program.
Chancellor Beth Weatherby (left) and student artist Jessica Bach with initial collection piece in background.
University of Montana Western Chancellor Beth Weatherby has established a student art collection to display work across the Dillon, Mont. campus.
Sara Maslen (right) points out a feature of the Poindexter Slough to fellow student Zachary Reimnitz.
University of Montana Western environmental field studies students have completed a 476-page study of Poindexter Slough, a world renown trout fishery near Dillon, Mont.
Eleven University of Montana Western students will be inducted into the Montana Gamma Chapter of Alpha Chi on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. in the Heritage Room in Montana Western’s Mathews Hall.
The University of Montana Western art department will host the annual Montana Art Interscholastics this weekend on the university campus.
Alan Weltzien, University of Montana Western English professor, said he was deeply saddened to hear of the death of award-winning Montana author Ivan Doig.