This week on UM News, anchors Jenna Heberden and Keeley Van Middendorp look into a new physical therapy system being tested at the University of Montana‘s Movement Science Laboratory, as well as the rising international student population on campus. They also explain why it’s an ideal time for student teachers to look for jobs and how biking can save you money in the long run. Produced by Allison Molin, directed by Cole Havens.
This week on UM News, anchors Jenna Heberden and Holly Sinnema discuss the rising international student population on campus. They also found out why there is an increased demand for student teachers. Reporter Keeley Van Middendorp is in the newsroom to tell us how biking can help save you money. Produced by Mahkia Clark, directed by Cole Havens.
With winter approaching it’s out with biking and into the mechanic’s shop for a tune up. But studies show fixing up your bike rather then your car for the cold months ahead could keep your figure slim and your wallet fat. UM News reporter Keeley Van Middendorp looked into the numbers behind the pedals.
Participants defy gravity in a study at the University of Montana to test out a new physical therapy machine. UM News Reporter Holly Sinnema visited the Movement Science Laboratory to see how this unique system works.
More international students are choosing to attend the UM than ever before. The University has seen a one percent increase in the past year, putting UM higher than the national average. UM News reporter Jenna Heberden and photographer/editor Ed Huberman hung out with some international students and learned what they are enjoying.
Baby boomer teachers seek retirement, making room for a new generation. UM News reporter Mackenzie Enich sat in the classroom with the outgoing and incoming teachers.
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.