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UMW art students shine at exhibition

The University of Montana Western Art Gallery hosted its annual student art reception Feb. 19.

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UMW Chancellor reports on first five weeks to students, faculty and staff

University of Montana Western Chancellor Beth Weatherby detailed the university’s success at her first all-campus meeting on Wednesday.

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UMW professors travel to teach Nepalese Sherpas at world-famous climbing center

Montana Western professor Steve Mock meets with world-renowned climber and Khumbu Climbing Center co-founder Conrad Anker before heading to Nepal.

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The University of Montana Western recognized as Military Friendly School

The University of Montana Western has been named as a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs.

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Montana Western recognized for using energy from burning wood

The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) recently presented the University of Montana Western with a plaque to honor the university’s commitment to wood energy.

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Weatherby named chancellor at Montana Western

Beth Weatherby, provost of Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, Minn., has been selected as the 22nd chancellor of the University of Montana Western.

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Campus clubs come together to improve playground

The children of Curious Minds Early Care and Education Center on the UMW campus will be playing on an improved playground after a few of Montana Western's club volunteered their services Tuesday afternoon.

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Classes begin for Montana Western students

Anna Byrne (left) and her freshman daughter Nicole during the 2014 Convocation, which marks the start of the 2014-15 academic year.With Montana Western's orientation for new students wrapping up, students gear up to begin Block One of classes to start the Fall 2014 semester.

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Montana Western welcomes back students

Orientation for new University of Montana Western students is set for Aug. 21-24. 

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Local business gifts $100,000 to Montana Western

Drawing of amphitheater Pioneer Federal Savings and Loan in Dillon has announced a $100,000 pledge to the University of Montana Western Legacy Campaign.

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