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Montana Western welcomes back students

Orientation for new University of Montana Western students is set for Aug. 21-24. 

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Local business gifts $100,000 to Montana Western

Drawing of amphitheater Pioneer Federal Savings and Loan in Dillon has announced a $100,000 pledge to the University of Montana Western Legacy Campaign.

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Montana Western athletic trainer gains national recognition

The University of Montana Western's Russ Richardson received the Athletic Trainer Service Award from the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA).

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UM education dean to serve as interim chancellor

The dean of the education college at the University of Montana will serve as interim chancellor at the University of Montana Western in Dillon when current Chancellor Richard Storey retires on Aug. 8.

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UMW student named as 2014 Newman Civic Fellow

The Montana Campus Compact recently named a University of Montana Western student as a 2014 Newman Civic Fellow. 

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Montana Western promotes financial literacy program thanks to grant

Thanks to a generous College Access Challenge Grant, teaching University of Montana Western students how to manage their finances will be a campus-wide effort.

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Montana Western chancellor to retire in August

University of Montana Western Chancellor Richard Storey has announced he will retire from the institution Aug. 2, 2014.

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Three-generations strong: the Nellis family & StrongWomen

On an April evening in the basement of the University of Montana Western's Swysgood Technology Center, three generations of women gather for a StrongWomen workout.

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Richard Jonasen named 2013 Distinguished Alumni

With over three decades of teaching and education administration to his name, University of Montana Western alumnus Richard Jonasen will be honored with the 2013 Distinguished Alumni award.

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Lt. Gov. John Walsh tours Main Hall Feb. 7

On Thursday, Feb. 7, Montana Lt. Gov. John Walsh was on the University of Montana Western campus to tour Montana Western’s iconic first building, Main Hall, which was renovated with over $10 million in state funding authorized by the Montana Legislature in 2007 and 2009.

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