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Teapot MET detonated on a 400-foot tower over Frenchman Flat on April 15, 1955, with a yield of 22 KT. (Photo courtesy of National Nuclear Security Administration/Nevada Site Office)
Teapot MET detonated on a 400-foot tower over Frenchman Flat on April 15, 1955, with a yield of 22 KT. (Photo courtesy of National Nuclear Security Administration/Nevada Site Office)
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UM Mansfield Library Exhibits ‘Fact and Fiction of the Nuclear Age’

MISSOULA – After the United States dropped devastating bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, in 1945, killing an estimated 100,000 people, messages of hope and destruction reverberated throughout American media...

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Frederic Remington, “Toro, Toro!” 1893. Wood engraving published in Harper’s Weekly, Dec. 9. Collection, Lee Silliman. (UM Photo)
Frederic Remington, “Toro, Toro!” 1893. Wood engraving published in Harper’s Weekly, Dec. 9. Collection, Lee Silliman. (UM Photo)
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UM’s MMAC to Showcase Engravings by Remington, Wood Engravers’ Network

MISSOULA – The Montana Museum of Art & Culture at the University of Montana carved out time this summer and space in its galleries for engravings by Frederic Remington, as well as 51 contemporary artists from around the world.

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Nicky Phear, the Climate Change Studies coordinator at the University of Montana (UM Photo)
Nicky Phear, the Climate Change Studies coordinator at the University of Montana (UM Photo)
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UM Climate Change Studies Program Coordinator Wins National Award

MISSOULA – Nicky Phear, the Climate Change Studies coordinator at the University of Montana, recently was named the 2016 recipient of the Clean Energy and Empowerment Education (C3E) Award from the U...

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UM Assistant Professor John McCutcheon earned a CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation to continue his study of the bacteria living inside of cicadas. Photo credit: Todd Goodrich
UM Assistant Professor John McCutcheon earned a CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation to continue his study of the bacteria living inside of cicadas. Photo credit: Todd Goodrich
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UM Professor Earns Prestigious CAREER Award from National Science Foundation

            MISSOULA University of Montana Assistant Professor John McCutcheon recently received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for junior faculty...

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UM Study: Montana-Made Products, Services Boost Local Economies

MISSOULA – Montana visitors who bought Montana-made products, Montana-grown food or who used local services in 2015 spent, on average, about $185 more in the state each day than visitors who did not purchase local products and services, according to a new study...

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UM Journalism School Introduces New Scholarship

 MISSOULA – The University of Montana School of Journalism has a new scholarship fund to encourage and attract the best and brightest young journalists...

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UM to Host ‘Writing at Work’ Conference

MISSOULA – Writing at Work, a conference hosted by the University of Montana Creative Writing Program, is slated for Friday, March 11. The conference, which connects UM students with successful, creative professionals who use their liberal arts education in their working lives, will be held from noon to 5 p...

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UM Athletic Training Program Leads Nation After Perfect Accreditation Review

MISSOULA – The University of Montana Athletic Training program recently received a perfect review from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education...

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UM School of Media Arts student filmmakers (left to right) Hiroka Matsushima, Andrew Daly, Whitney Skauge, Lane Brown, Paris Bread, Sean Rudolf celebrate the premiere of their short documentary “Everyone in Between” at Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Not pictured: Production team members Sean Guslander and Jeffrey Neubauer. (Photo: UM)
UM School of Media Arts student filmmakers (left to right) Hiroka Matsushima, Andrew Daly, Whitney Skauge, Lane Brown, Paris Bread, Sean Rudolf celebrate the premiere of their short documentary “Everyone in Between” at Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Not pictured: Production team members Sean Guslander and Jeffrey Neubauer. (Photo: UM)
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UM Student Documentary Wins Big at Sundance Film Festival

MISSOULA A short documentary produced by eight seniors in the filmmaking program at the University of Montana School of Media Arts recently won several awards after its premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah...

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Meadow Hill Middle School students design and program robots in their Project Lead the Way STEM curriculum. (Photo credit: Brittany Gross, UM)
Meadow Hill Middle School students design and program robots in their Project Lead the Way STEM curriculum. (Photo credit: Brittany Gross, UM)
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UM, Missoula Schools Collaborate to Create a 21st Century Learning Environment

MISSOULA America’s public education system was once seen as a beacon of American democracy. Most Americans regarded public education with a sense of pride...

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UM’s Mansfield Center Presents Conference in Partnership with Ballet Competition

            MISSOULA – The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at the University of Montana will host a one-day forum on Friday, Jan...

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The 2015-16 University of Montana Chamber Chorale. (Photo by Mark Bryant-UM)
The 2015-16 University of Montana Chamber Chorale. (Photo by Mark Bryant-UM)
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UM Chamber Chorale Invited to Perform at Seattle Conference

 MISSOULA – The University of Montana Chamber Chorale has been honored by the American Choral Directors Association with an invitation to perform at the association’s 2016 northwest conference March 3-6 in Seattle...

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