Michelle Anderson, professor of biology at the University of Montana Western, is attending a workshop in Baltimore, MD with the National Science Foundation Research Coordination Network.
University of Montana Western faculty, staff and students joined donors and community members Friday to dedicate the recently completed Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation Model Classroom for Education, and the Pioneer Federal Savings and Loan Amphitheater in Legacy Plaza.
The University of Montana Western announced today that The Haynes Foundation, a charitable foundation founded by Jack Ellis Haynes and Isabel May Haynes in 1958, has established an endowment of $417,773 with the University of Montana Western Foundation.
University of Montana Western Professor of Geology Rob Thomas has been awarded a $50,000 grant to work with environmental sciences students on ecological site descriptions (ESDs) for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
University of Montana Western student tour guides will lead K-5th graders through the campus residence halls for trick or treating and a “haunted house" on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 from 7 to 9 p.m.
The University of Montana Western is reviving its homecoming celebration senior Delaney Hansen announced today.
University of Montana Western students will take the Birch Creek Center back in time to when it was used as a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp by donning period clothing and relaying Great Depression-era stories through a living history interpretive event.
The University of Montana Western Dances with Words visiting author series announces its 2016 fall readings.
University of Montana Western Professor Kurt Steadman's business class recently utilized local resources during block one to illustrate the importance of risk management and to provide authentic learning experiences.
Officials at the University of Montana Western said official 15th day enrollment figures show the university’s student headcount is 1,501, up nine percent over last year.
University of Montana Western students completed their first “block” of 2016-17 this week. The university is the only public four-year institution teaching under Experience One where students take a single-class-at-a-time in 18-day blocks.