September 2020 News
The Montana Center for Horsemanship, an international equine education and event center to advance horse-human education and natural horsemanship, headquartered in Dillon, Montana, with co-host, the University of Montana Western, present a one day Packing & Outfitting mini-symposium on Saturday, October 3.
Learn.org recently ranked the University of Montana Western in the top 50 universities for education and teaching degrees in the United States.
Dr. Alan Weltzien is a Professor of English Emeritus and a former English professor at the University of Montana Western. His new book, "Savage West: The Life and Fiction of Thomas Savage," will be available for sale at the end of September.
TRIO Student Support Services welcomed 25 incoming first-year students to campus for the TRIO Accelerator program at the beginning of the fall semester. This is the second year the successful program has been offered at Montana Western.
As part of our collaborative COVID-19 mitigation efforts, the Beaverhead County Public Health Department (BCPHD) is now posting Montana Western associated cases on their website.
Governor Steve Bullock and Commissioner of Higher Education Clayton Christian have announced just over $2.2 million in funding to be distributed to 19 projects supporting workforce development and remote education delivery for Montanans.
The University of Montana Western is pleased to announce the hiring of two temporary staff positions to assist UMW in its COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
Aryana Mitchell is a sophomore from Great Falls, Mont., majoring in Elementary Education at the University of Montana Western.
Dr. Spruce W. Schoenemann from the University of Montana Western's Environmental Sciences Department recently published his work in the journal of Quaternary Science Advances for research on snowpack in the northern Rocky Mountains.