The business and technology department of the University of Montana Western received accreditation by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) becoming one of only two universities in Montana to have an IACBE accredited program.
The last On the Rocks presentation of the academic year will take place Monday, April 20 at 4:15 p.m. in Block Hall 311 with a talk about wolves in Yellowstone National Park by Dough Smith.
Montana Western students will present research at the symposium April 17 and 18 beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday in the Great Room. The symposium will feature a keynote address from Carroll College professor Dan Gretch.
"A Doll's House" by Henrik Ibsen will be performed April 17 to 19 in the small auditorium. Admittance is free, donations are welcome.
Weltzien tells his "Tale of Three Toms" - forgotten novelist Tom Savage, writer Tom McGuane and Tom Brokaw.
The University of Montana Western’s Main Hall renovation project would receive $6 million over two years based on a bill proposed by Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer and sponsored by House Appropriations Chair Jon Sesso.
Mark Pagani, an associate professor at Yale University, will give a presentation about climate change Friday, March 20.
Rural southwest Montana elementary students met at the University of Montana Western arena to display their science projects and compete for prizes at the Rural Science Fair on Friday March 6.
Spring 2009 enrollment is 1,112, the highest since Montana Western began keeping such statistics.
Rick Douglass, of Montana Tech, visited UMW to give a presentation about Hantavirus in Montana.