February 2019 News
Augustina Wofford, senior at Montana Western, was a teaching assistant for the class “Intro to Psychology” taught during third block by Psychology Professor Mark Krank.
Montana Western History Professor, Bill Janus, recently published an essay titled “The Toxic Legacy of Environmental Neoliberalism,” on The Revelator, an online news source that shares the ideas and initiatives of the Center for Biological Diversity.
Faculty in the Health and Human Performance Department work together using Experience One’s hands-on learning approach to offer students two degree options.
The community is invited to attend a wide variety of events in February at the University of Montana Western including a Bridges to Business Speaker Series, an alumni appreciation red out game, and a fun run fundraiser supporting the UMW and Beaverhead County High School (BCHS) cross-country and track program.
Located in Davis Residence Hall, the Dawg-Zen Room is providing a relaxing area for the UMW community. As the space grows in popularity, collaborators are continually looking for ways to improve and promote the rooms.
On Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019, at 7:30 p.m., Tami Haaland will visit the University of Montana Western to read from her poetry collections as a guest author in the “Dances with Words” series.
Jacob Fishman, a visiting neon artist, presented a public artist’s lecture on Thursday, Jan. 24, in the Mary Baker Emerick Art Annex Lecture Room at Montana Western. While in Dillon, Mont., Fishman had the opportunity to work with UMW students in class Jan. 22-25.
Christian Gilde, Associate Professor of Business at Montana Western, has been appointed managing editor of the Journal for Advancing Business Education.
“The Lucky Ones,” a photo exhibit that features refugees arriving in Idaho, is currently on display until Feb. 12 in the Corr Gallery, located in Main Hall. This curated exhibit is the work of Montana Western alumna, Madeline Scott.