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"On the Rocks" to feature Yellowstone wolf specialist

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.

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$6 million proposed in house bill for renovation of Montana Western's Main Hall

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.

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Rural School Science Fair lets students from small area schools compete

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.

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On the Rocks to address Hantavirus

The Hantavirus is the subject of the next On the Rocks presentation at the University of Montana Western Monday, Feb. 23, 2009.

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Experience One works well for equestrian studies

Experience One's block scheduling allows equestrian students to truly connect with the horses they work with.

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Montana Western professor featured in Montana magazine

University of Montana Western's Alan Weltzien recently published an article about Thomas Savage, a novelist who wrote about and from Dillon, Mont. Pick up the latest Montana, the Magazine of Western History, to see Weltzien's article.

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Montana Western English professor experiences prolific year of publishing

Montana Western English professor Alan Weltzien is celebrating several new publishing successes, "The Norman Maclean Reader," "A Father and An Island: Reflections on Loss" and "Thomas Savage, a Forgotten Novelist."

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