On an April evening in the basement of the University of Montana Western's Swysgood Technology Center, three generations of women gather for a StrongWomen workout.
With over three decades of teaching and education administration to his name, University of Montana Western alumnus Richard Jonasen will be honored with the 2013 Distinguished Alumni award.
On Thursday, Feb. 7, Montana Lt. Gov. John Walsh was on the University of Montana Western campus to tour Montana Western’s iconic first building, Main Hall, which was renovated with over $10 million in state funding authorized by the Montana Legislature in 2007 and 2009.
University of Montana Western alumnus and award-winning educator Albert Bender died on Jan. 7, 2013 at his home in Miles City, Mont. He was 103.
University of Montana Western and area health and safety officials met recently in an ongoing effort to ensure safety and security for the 1,400-student campus.
For Jarret Kostrba, the manager of Pictograph State Park in Billings, Mont., his management role means much more than the day-to-day duties at the unique park.
Matthew Matich, a University of Montana Western Business Administration/Health and Fitness Management student, was awarded the Outstanding Student Award at the 2012 BACCHUS Network General Assembly held in Orlando, Fla. from Nov. 1-4, 2012.
The Campus Community Garden (CCG) serves as a learning resource for UMW students and members of the community. The CCG complex now features integrated renewable energy systems, two brand new greenhouses, a native plant trail and over 20 community garden plots.
The University of Montana Western Music Club is sponsoring a pep band. Membership is open to the public. Sign-up forms will be on the stairs next to the campus bookstore in the Student Union Building and at the information desk at the Lucy Carson Library. Sign-up will continue through Block 3 and rehearsals will begin Block 4. If you have any questions, please contact Lydia Blackshear at (406) 660-1551 or .
University of Montana Western environmental interpretation senior Tamie Laverdure came to college certain she wanted to pursue a career in conservation.