Jan
27
Mon
Public Health Seminar: Dr. Arielle Smith @ Skaggs Building, Room 174 Tickets
Jan 27 all-day
Public Health Seminar: Dr. Arielle Smith @ Skaggs Building, Room 174

In our continuing Public Health Seminar Series, Dr. Arielle Smith, UM SPCHS Faculty Affiliate, will give a seminar presentation on “Honoring Niitsitapi Ways of Knowing in the Pursuit of Health Equity.”

Jan
28
Tue
Telling Visual Stories with Data Workshop @ Montana Media Lab - School of Journalism Tickets
Jan 28 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Telling Visual Stories with Data Workshop @ Montana Media Lab - School of Journalism

Want to learn how to produce compelling, code-based data visualizations like ones you’ve seen in the New York Times? In this two-day workshop, Montana Free Press data reporter Eric Dietrich will guide you through the workflow he uses to clean, visualize and annotate data to produce eye-catching graphics using Google Sheets, Adobe Illustrator and the code-based visualization tool Vega.

Jan
29
Wed
Telling Visual Stories with Data Workshop @ Montana Media Lab - School of Journalism Tickets
Jan 29 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Telling Visual Stories with Data Workshop @ Montana Media Lab - School of Journalism

Want to learn how to produce compelling, code-based data visualizations like ones you’ve seen in the New York Times? In this two-day workshop, Montana Free Press data reporter Eric Dietrich will guide you through the workflow he uses to clean, visualize and annotate data to produce eye-catching graphics using Google Sheets, Adobe Illustrator and the code-based visualization tool Vega.

OBEE Seminar: Colette Berg @ Interdisciplinary Science Building Room 110 Tickets
Jan 29 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
OBEE Seminar: Colette Berg @ Interdisciplinary Science Building Room 110

University of Montana graduate student Colette Berg presents “Life history and mating system divergence in Yellowstone monkeyflowers” as part of the Division of Biological Sciences’ Organismal Biology, Ecology & Evolution Spring 2020 Noon Seminar Series.

OBEE Seminar: Rena Schweizer @ Interdisciplinary Science Building Room 110 Tickets
Jan 29 @ 4:00 pm – 4:50 pm
OBEE Seminar: Rena Schweizer @ Interdisciplinary Science Building Room 110

University of Montana postdoctoral student Rena Schweizer presents “Evolutionary genomics of physiological adaptations in extreme environments” as part of the Division of Biological Sciences’ Organismal Biology, Ecology & Evolution Spring 2020 Seminar Series.

Feb
3
Mon
Public Health Seminar: Phil Seidenberg, MD @ Skaggs Building, Room 174 Tickets
Feb 3 @ 2:00 pm – 2:50 pm
Public Health Seminar: Phil Seidenberg, MD @ Skaggs Building, Room 174

In our continuing Public Health Seminar Series, Phil Seidenberg, MD, University of New Mexico, will give a seminar presentation on “Childhood Pneumonia in the Developing World – Updates from the Field.”

Feb
10
Mon
Public Health Seminar: Maja Pedersen @ Skaggs Building, Room 174 Tickets
Feb 10 @ 2:00 pm – 2:50 pm
Public Health Seminar: Maja Pedersen @ Skaggs Building, Room 174

In our continuing Public Health Seminar Series, Maja Pedersen, MS, SPCHS PhD Candidate, will provide a research update on “Community-based Research to Increase Physical Activity Among American Indian Older Adults.”

May
9
Sat
Commencement @ Adams Center Tickets
May 9 all-day
Commencement @ Adams Center | Missoula | Montana | United States

The University of Montana’s 123rd Commencement Ceremonies will take place at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday, May 9, in the Adams Center.

The 9 a.m. ceremony will include all departments and programs within the College of Business, Department of Public Administration and Policy, the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education, the College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences, and the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation.

The 2 p.m. ceremony will include all departments and programs within the College of Humanities and Sciences, Missoula College, and the College of the Arts and Media.

Each ceremony will last approximately 2.5 hours and will feature a keynote speaker, individual recognition of every student as they cross the stage, and the hooding of doctoral students by their advisors. The official conferral of degrees and distribution of diploma covers will happen during these events.

In addition to the main ceremonies in the Adams Center, many programs and departments have a strong tradition of hosting individual celebrations for students around Commencement. The Registrar’s Office will oversee scheduling the times and locations of these celebrations. Once confirmed, the full list of these celebrations will be posted to the Commencement website.

Additional details will be posted to the Commencement website throughout the semester and the Registrar’s Office staff will communicate directly with all eligible students. Please email Gina Di Domenico with any questions or concerns about the Commencement weekend festivities.