November 2017 News
The University of Montana Western recently welcomed artist in residence, Miriam Di Fiore, to share her expertise and unique technique for rendering imagery in glass during the Glass Studio Open House, co-hosted by Montana Western’s Alumni and Friends.
Montana Campus Compact (MTCC), a seventeen campus higher education network, will be honoring twelve student athletes, including Montana Western sophomore Samantha Hubbard, from across the state of Montana for their outstanding community service work at the November 18th Brawl of the Wild Football Game in Bozeman.
Montana Western Alum, Tony Schoonen, was recently inducted into the Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame. These honors are presented by the Montana Outdoor Legacy Foundation, a philanthropic group which raises funds for conservation efforts throughout the state.
The University of Montana Western held its annual Military Appreciation Game on Veteran’s Day to honor all active military, veterans, and their families for their service and sacrifice.
On Nov. 8, 2017, the Council for Opportunity in Education is asking universities around the country to participate in the very first annual First-Generation College Student Celebration.
On October 26, 2017, guest artist Beth Huhtala visited the University of Montana Western campus to share her creative process with community members and students.
This fall, associate business professor Christian Gilde presented at the 2017 Salzburg Seminar American Studies Association symposium.
The University of Montana Western was recently ranked among the “7 Best Online Colleges in Montana for 2017” by College Choice, an online education resource.