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Actors in Driving Miss Daisy

Catch UMArts in Action During Summer Theater Season

Summer theater season is in full swing and more than 50 UM students, alumni and faculty from the School of Music and School of Theatre & Dance are working in theaters around Montana and Idaho as actors, designers, musical directors, writers and technicians. Many of these companies have productions running through Labor Day. F ind out where you can catch the talented members of the UMArts family in action this season.

UM faculty member Chris Migliaccio and Elena Beideck

Visiting Honors Student Investigates Nanomaterials

Meet Elena Beideck, a visiting honors student from the State University of New York at Geneseo. Beideck is participating in UM’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program and conducting research with mentor Chris Migliaccio, a faculty member in UM’s Center for Environmental Health Sciences. Over the course of the summer, they  are researching the potential therapeutic uses of nanomaterials. Read more about Beideck’s project and the Summer Undergraduate Research Program at UM.

Flathead Lake

Biostation Researchers Monitor Ever-Changing Conditions of Flathead Lake

Over the past five decades, Jack Stanford has grown intimately familiar with the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. As the longtime director of the Flathead Lake Biological Station, Stanford has led research efforts with his wife, Bonnie Ellis, and their team of scientists who all together are carrying on the legacy of Dr. Morton J. Elrod. Stanford recently spoke about the importance of the world’s cleanest lakes.

UM's Washington-Grizzly Stadium

Upgrades Improve Fan Experience at Washington-Grizzly Stadium

Washington-Grizzly Stadium has the reputation of producing the best fan experience in the Football Championship Subdivision, but reputations are like eggs: fragile, easy to break and very hard to put back together. That’s why fans who attend a Grizzly football game this fall will notice three major upgrades to the stadium, all added to enhance the fan experience. Read more about the upgrades taking place in Washington-Grizzly Stadium.

UM campus

Chinese Delegation Visits for Talks on Academics, Trade, Technology

A delegation of high-level Chinese ambassadors will stop this week in Missoula, one of just three U.S. cities listed on their North American tour. Organized by the Mansfield Center at UM, the stop in Missoula includes talks with university officials, Gov. Steve Bullock and state business leaders, among others. The exchange will focus in part on economic trade, energy, internet technology and academic exchanges. Read more about the delegation’s visit.

‘World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds’

3 UM Faculty Listed Among ‘World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds’

Three UM faculty members are lauded in the recent publication “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” for publishing the greatest number of highly cited papers between 2002 and 2012. UM Regents Professor of Ecology Steven Running is listed in the Geosciences section and Associate Professor of Conservation Ecology Gordon Luikart and biology Professor Ragan Callaway are listed in the Environment/Ecology section. Read more about the professors’ ranking.

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UM students take to the trails of Mount Jumbo for a mountain bike ride earlier this summer. Missoula is home to hundreds of miles of biking and hiking trails, many that begin within a stone's throw of the UM campus. Students can rent bikes and other outdoor equipment from UM's Outdoor Program.
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