David Sirak, a 1992 graduate of the University of Montana School of Journalism, recently flew with the USAF Thunderbirds.
Students in the School of Journalism's Master's in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism will present the results of their work in the week before commencement.
Incoming Master's students in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism from 15 Western states are now eligible for in-state tuition, under the Western Regional Graduate Program, a tuition-reciprocity agreement.
One faculty member will deliver a talk, another receives an award at the February 13th celebration.
UM broadcast journalism senior Alexandra Schwier received the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences-Northwest Chapter inaugural Tricia Moen Memorial Scholarship.
UM journalism students received a record amount of $139,000 in scholarships and awards at the 2012 Dean Stone Awards Banquet.
The award-winning Student Documentary Unit documents the Bakken boom and brings the story to viewers across the state.
University of Montana journalism student and outgoing Montana Kaimin editor Jayme Fraser has been selected as one of three Hearst Journalism Fellows, for stints at Hearst newspapers.
The Society of Professional Journalists National Mark of Excellence honors four University of Montana journalism students.
A University of Montana graduate and former journalism professor is part of the team at The Seattle Times that won a 2012 Pulitzer Prize for investigative journalism.