September 2017 News
Assistant Professor Laura Young’s Exercise Physiology class had the opportunity to test the health of the Dillon Volunteer Fire Department as their final assignment in Block 1.
Students in the Natural Horsemanship program at the University of Montana Western recently experienced a hands-on learning opportunity by assisting in the Weaver Quarter Horse Sale in Great Falls, Mont.
Former University of Montana Western wrestling coach T.J. Nelson is heading to the NAIA Hall of Fame.
As a part of her senior project, Miranda Martinez created an oral history project based on interviewing teachers at rural schools. Their personal accounts helped shape the path she’s on today.
On September 6, 2017, author Pete Fromm visited the University of Montana Western as part of Professor Alan Weltzien’s Dances with Words series.
The University of Montana Western was recently ranked among the “Best Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report, and was also ranked among the top three “Best Colleges in Montana” by College Consensus.
The University of Montana Western's Bulldog Athletic Department was recently notified that they were recognized as a Five-Star Character Institution by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
As part of the program of the 1st Annual Big Sky Behavioral Health Summit, Keynote speaker Jessie Close, with sisters Glenn Close and Tina Close, made a special visit to the University of Montana Western on Sep. 6, in order to raise awareness and break down the stigma that surrounds mental illness.
The University of Montana Western was recently ranked among the “Eight Best Colleges in Montana for 2017” by College Choice, an online education resource.