This week on UM News anchors Holly Sinnema and Mahkia Clark discuss how local high school students are earning college credit allowing them to save both time and money, and what dance students are doing to learn real life teaching skills. They also found out how UM’s phonathon is doing in comparison to last years donations and welcome families to campus for family weekend.
Produced by Jenna Heberden
Directed by Ed Huberman
UM News reporters Allison Molin and Mackenzie Enich check out how high school students are saving both time and money while taking dual credit courses before college, and how some UM students have become the teachers when it comes to instructing children’s dance. Learn about the UM Circus Club, the newest student group on campus, and be sure to check out the list of Family Weekend events at the University Oct. 17-19.
Directed by Ed Huberman
Produced by Keeley Van Middendorp.
Some University of Montana students are picking up the phone and reaching out to alumni and others to raise money for academics and campus activities. UM News reporter Holly Sinnema has the story.
Students juggle, hula hoop, and dance at a new club at the University of Montana. UM News reporter Mahkia Clark and photographer Cole Havens entered the ring and got a front row seat to rehearsals of the Circus Club.
As university tuition rises, Missoula high school students are finding a way to reduce expenses going into college. UM News reporter, Mackenzie Enich shows us how students can earn high school and college credit at the same time.
Lecture classes alone aren’t enough to prepare some college students for what they’ll face after graduation. UM News reporter Allison Molin reports that one class gives dance students real world teaching experience.
Construction on UM’s new softball field highlights this week’s edition of UM News. Anchors Allison Molin and Jenna Heberden also tell us about a program that helps students in large lecture classes with homework, and Reporter Keeley Van Middendorp is in the newsroom to tell us more about a scholarship for native students. This week’s program is produced by Holly Sinnema, and directed by Cole Havens.
This week on UM News anchors Keeley Van Middendorp and Mahkia Clark discuss the updates on the construction of the new UM softball field, how a study program helps students individualize their lecture class experience, and how a graduate scholarship program focuses on supporting native students in the STEM fields.
Produced by Mackenzie Enich.
Directed by Cole Havens.
The Sloan Indigenous Graduate Partnership is a scholarship that aims to increase the number of American Indian students working towards their professional degree in the areas of math, science, technology and engineering. The scholarship program partners with University of Montana, Montana State University and Montana Tech. UM Reporter Keeley Van Middendorp looks into how the scholarship is helping students here in Missoula.