Keeping our services going and increasing our case load as we increase capacity is critical.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the University of Montana’s Clinical Psychology Center to close its doors in late March, Center leaders knew they had to find a way to continue treating current patients. Less than two weeks later, they launched a telehealth program for existing clients.
It’s definitely a dream come true and blessing beyond belief to be a part of the organization that has meant so much to me growing up.
Myles McKee-Osibodu is living his childhood dream: He works as a media relations associate with the Lakers.
We have all of these collections, but they are all stored. We can only exhibit a very small percentage — about 1% — at a time.
A $5 million gift from the Terry and Patt Payne Family will enable the Montana Museum of Art and Culture to bring its Permanent Collections into public view and engagement. A portion of this generous gift forms the lead investment to build a new home to manage and exhibit the collection.
This expansion is an opportunity to give back to our community and to give our graduate students really excellent training.
University of Montana alumni Sam and Julie Baldridge have donated $1 million to fund an expansion of UM’s Clinical Psychology Center.
This is not a women's issue. This is a social one.
A $1.25 million gift from Dennis and Gretchen Eck supports the S.E.A. Change Initiative for UM Students, a new program that prepares women across disciplines to become next-generation leaders whose contributions will influence broad societal change.
It is a gem, it is a crown jewel of the University of Montana, but few people even know it exists.
Students learn by doing at Bandy Ranch, 3,500-acres northwest of Ovando donated to UM in 1990.
Just having the opportunity to change someone's life really appeals to me.
Track athlete, Davidson Honors College student Morgan Radtke reflects on how UM is helping her chase her dreams of becoming a doctor.
The University of Montana has been so meaningful to me and I know it will help me for the rest of my life.
Kayla Irish, Wylder Presidential Scholarship recipient, shares about her time on campus.
Scholarship support from alumni and friends made my dream of coming to UM a reality.
Dakota Vaccaro shares how private support enabled her to pursue her dream of studying in UM's top-ranked wildlife biology program.
Our collective charge is to ensure every UM student succeeds.
With the help of Campaign Montana, UM is prioritizing student success in dynamic new ways.
Playing a divisional school was a dream of mine ever since I was young and to make it here, I'm very grateful.
Michael Oguine, Big Sky Conference 2018 Defensive Player of the Year, shares how donor support for student-athlete scholarships has impacted his college experience.
The Baucus Leaders program opens doors for young people to help them realize their dreams.
Thanks to private support, UM has expanded opportunities for students to learn about governance and policy in our nation’s capital.
I've realized the importance of well-informed lawyers, not just in the law but also in the underlying issues and the science behind those issues.
Law students like Dan Brister are making a difference at the Flathead Lake Biological Station thanks to private support.
A scholarship doesn’t just help with your education; it helps you get your life, while you’re getting your education.
Ryan Graham-Laughlin received his BA in media arts thanks to a scholarship from the Haynes Foundation.
People have helped you get here, so that you can give back to your community.
With gifts from The ALSAM Foundation, UM is helping improve healthcare delivery in Montana, one pharmacist at a time.
I’m deeply honored to hold this position. I’m really still adjusting to what it will mean in my scholarly life.
History professor Richard Drake takes on new challenges as the Lucile Speer Research Chair in History and Politics.
We could not be prouder to have such strong allies in building an exceptional college for education and human sciences.
Thanks to the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, the Alice Lee Lund Trust and other donors, a new building addition takes shape.
Time and again, Craig has proven himself a formidable force in consumer protection law.
UM law students are learning from one of the best: Craig Cowie, the new Blewett Endowed Faculty Chair.