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UM helped me prepare for the COVID-19 pandemic for sure. Without this education, I wouldn’t be where I am today, helping with the pandemic.
Alumna and respiratory therapist Portia Fox donated to the Emergency Student Support Fund to help UM students affected by the pandemic. Fox shares her inspiration to support UM students now more than ever, her journey to becoming a respiratory therapist, and her experience as a healthcare professional during the pandemic.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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