November 2016 News
University of Montana Assistant Professor of English Ashley Carlson recently published a chapter in a new book about Mary Shelley called "Critical Insights: Mary Shelley."
University of Montana Western student wellness coordinator Lexi Benson was recently named a 2016 Outstanding Advisor by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA).
University of Montana Western Professor of Biology Jack Kirkley may have stumbled upon the first nesting colony of a rare species of grackle in the small college town of Dillon, Mont.
KBZK television news of Bozeman, Mont. began airing a comprehensive story about the 10-year renovation of University of Montana Western's Main Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016.
First-year Environmental Sciences Assistant Professor Spruce Schoenemann recently spent eight of 18 block days in the field with his Geology of the American West class.
University of Montana Western Professor Laura Young recently announced the addition of new cycle ergometers for the university's Health and Human Performance (HHP) Department.
Alex Leone of the Clark Fork Coalition will present in the first “On the Rocks” talk of 2016-17 on Monday, Nov. 28, 2016.
The University of Montana Western has earned the 2017 Military Friendly School designation from Military Friendly Schools.
University of Montana Western student Trepper Osburn spent last summer leading a team of pack mules through remote areas of central Colorado, providing supplies to improve wilderness areas without motorized vehicle access.
Oregon novelist and singer/songwriter Willy Vlautin will read from his works at the Monday, Nov. 14, 2016 installment of Dances with Words.
Emmy award-winning mustang documentarian Ginger Kathrens will give a talk about equine behavior on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016 at the University of Montana Western.
The 2016-17 Bank of Commerce Performing Arts Series and University of Montana Western fine arts department present Montana Shakespeare in the Schools' (MSIS) production of Hamlet by William Shakespeare on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016.
The 2016-17 school year marks the beginning of new equine instruction option classes for University of Montana Western natural horsemanship majors.
During her first year in Senegal, Lorang has helped plant over 3,000 trees.