Wildlife Biology program doctoral student Robin Steenweg shows that remote cameras can transform monitoring of wildlife and habitat biodiversity in a new paper.
Bill and Carolyn Franke and their family recently gave $24 million to the University of Montana; $18 million of the gift will benefit students, faculty and research in the W.A. Franke College of Forestry & Conservation.
Ruth Swaney, coordinator of our Native American Natural Resource Program, is a co-author on a new study pointing to barriers faced by native students pursuing degrees in natural resources -- and ways in which students are overcoming those challenges
Congratulations to our academic adviser Jeanne Franz - she is UM's December winner of its Above and Beyond Award (recognizing outstanding staff). Jeanne provides personalized, caring support for hundreds of students in the program.
A former student recently sent a note to Franz thanking her for...