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UM School of Theatre & Dance to Present Environmental Dances

The UM School of Theatre & Dance will close its mainstage season with an environmental-themed “Dance in Concert” this month.
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UM Regents Professor Allendorf Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Fred Allendorf, University of Montana Regents Professor of Biology Emeritus, recently was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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Former NatGeo Editor, ‘Bundyville’ Podcaster Named UM Pollner Professors

A former editor of National Geographic and a freelance journalist who has earned accolades for her work covering armed militia protests will be the T. Anthony Pollner Distinguished Professors for the…
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UM Forestry College to Host Mass Timber Workshop, Kiosk Dedication

The W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana will host a kiosk dedication and mass timber workshop Thursday, May 2 on the University campus.
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UM to Host High School Journalism Day April 18

The University of Montana School Of Journalism will host more than 200 students from across the state for its annual High School Journalism Day on Thursday, April 18.
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UM Students to Host Volunteer Day at Rock Creek, Clark Fork River Confluence

University of Montana students invite the public to participate in a restoration event at the confluence of Rock Creek and the Clark Fork River, 35 miles east of Missoula.
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Discounted Student Housing at UM Now Available for Summer Semester

For the first time ever, the University of Montana will offer discounted residence hall rooms for students enrolled in at least six credits during summer semester.
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UM Joins Common Application for Prospective Applicants

The University of Montana is the state’s only public university on the Common Application, an online platform that more than 1 million students use to apply to college.
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Can Pets Like Ginger Count on You?

Pets are family, too. Ginger is Stephanie's loyal, trusted and loving companion. Stephanie has been coping with multiple sclerosis for more than ten years - a disease that increasingly strips away h…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News: To Fight for Those Who Cannot Fight for Themselves

With this blog NFESH introduces the first of a new series of guest bloggers. In the past few posts, our guests’ columns have focused on the work that their organizations perform in the areas of aging…
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Missoula Brims With Arbor Week, Earth Week Events

UM will commemorate Arbor Week and Earth Week 2019 from April 20 to 28 with a flurry of activities designed to honor and enhance the environment.
 
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UM American Indian Business Leaders Named Top University Chapter

The American Indian Business Leaders at UM represented business leadership well at the 25th National AIBL Leadership Conference, earning the “Chapter of the Year” award.
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UM Bio Station Launches Business Drive to Support Flathead Lake Watershed

UM’s Flathead Lake Biological Station will officially launch its first-ever Bio Station Business Drive fundraising campaign on Monday, April 15.
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Public Invited to Celebrate Native Culture at 51st Annual Kyiyo Powwow at UM

Some of the best Native American dancers and drum groups in North America will gather at the University of Montana on Friday and Saturday, April 19-20, for the 51st Annual Kyiyo Celebration in the Ad…
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UM Research Identifies Cross-Boundary Solutions to Invasive Weeds

Weeds don’t stop at fence lines and neither should solutions, according to research published this week in Nature Plants by an international team of 15 researchers, including UM's Alex Metcalf.
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