January 2018 News
Atlantic Studies has awarded Assistant Professor Erin Zavitz with their Early Career Prize for her essay “Revolutionary Narrations: Early Haitian Historiography and the Challenge of Writing Counter-History.”
The University of Montana Western was recently ranked nationally among the “Best Colleges for Child Development Degree Programs 2017-18” by Schools.com, an online education resource.
Professor Alan Weltzien read various selections from his wide catalogue of published poetry and non-fiction pieces at the January 18, 2018 “Dances with Words” series event.
Students of the University of Montana Western are contributing to the cultural and economic landscape of Dillon and Beaverhead County.
University of Montana Western Assistant Professor of Geology, Geochemistry and Climate, Spruce Schoenemann has been awarded a research grant from the Montana NASA Space Grant Consortium.
Adrianna Pittman’s tenure at the University of Montana Western could not have gotten off to a better start. She was the only freshman awarded with the Montana Campus Compact’s 2018 Civic Engagement Scholarship.
Senior Joey Paulsonmorgan is working his way towards a degree in elementary education with a minor in health and human performance.
University of Montana Western Art Club President, Seth Hogan, documented the Art Club’s field trip to explore the art scene in Missoula, Mont. and the Sculpture in the Wild environmental sculpture park in Lincoln, Mont.
The University of Montana Western named 622 students to the 2017 fall semester Dean’s List.
When he transferred to the University of Montana Western, Tyler Richardson felt it was “too good to be true.” The tight-knit community and positive atmosphere have made him feel at home.
The University of Montana Western Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Pioneer Federal Savings & Loan (PFS & L) Association Scholarship honoring Phyllis and Tom Welch.
A $1M federal Office of Indian Education grant supports a partnership between Blackfeet Community College (BCC), the Browning Public Schools and the University of Montana Western.
On December 7, 2017, visiting artist Crista Ann Ames shared her ceramic sculpture and evolution as an artist with the University of Montana Western and community of Dillon, Mont.