April 2017 News
The author of “American Copper” will be reading on-campus Thursday, April 27.
Judy Ulrich and Michael Francisconi’s class, The Theatre of Social Change, will be performing the play this Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 p.m. each night.
Please join with us in welcoming our new look.
The University of Montana Western’s Terra Verde Club and Beaverhead Recycling are celebrating their ninth annual Dillon Earth Day Festival on April 22 at Depot Park.
History professor Erin Zavitz asked her students to follow in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark to learn more about the past and present of their home state.
On April 12, 2017 the University of Montana Western bestowed its latest recipients with this year’s Dr. Jane Helm Maddock Service Awards.
Star student Baleigh Doyle has earned an internship with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The Dillon Jaycees Annual Distinguished Service Award was presented to Kevin Engellant this year for his dedication to the community.
Realizing a long-time goal, the University of Montana Western has created a space for students of diversity.
Campus Compact has awarded Shayla Mcgregor a fellowship based on her service to the community in Dillon.
Over 400 people attended the two-day event, March 31 and April 1, 2017, which included a competition and sale of donated colts trained by students from Montana Western and Miles Community College.
Dr. Craig Zaspel's research in magnetism has far reaching applications in the field of cancer research.