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Academics and Honors

  • American Indian Association of Scholars in Science

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To facilitate relationships between Native American graduate and undergraduate students with the intention to promote and establish mentorship opportunities and encourage Native Students to seek advanced degrees.

    • Contact: Rachel Smith - rachel.smith@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Aaron Thomas - aaron.thomas@umontana.edu
  • American Indian Business Leaders

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To increase the representation of American Indians and Alaska Natives in business and entrepreneurial ventures through education and leadership development opportunities.

  • Anthropology Student Association, Montana (MASA)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Provide networking between students and faculty, host events to raise money for our club, and provide an atmosphere where students can meet in Anthropology.

  • Athletic Training Student Association, UM (UMATSA)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To prepare students for a successful career as a qualified allied health care professional, educate, and experience management of health problems associated with sports.

    • Contact: Taylor Baldwin - taylor.baldwin@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Valerie Moody - valerie.moody@umontana.edu
  • Badminton Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a friendly environment for students to interact and to promote the sport of badminton in Missoula and the Northwest.

    • Contact: Ian Harris - ian.harris@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Jameel Chaudhry - jameel.chaudhry@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: UM Badminton Club
  • Beta Alpha Psi- Delta Kappa Chapter

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To recognize outstanding academic achievements in the fields of accounting, finance, or information systems and promote the study and practice in professional fields related to these disciplines.

  • Beta Phi Alpha

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide professional development opportunities for members and promote awareness of business education.

    • Contact: Peter Nguyen - peter.nguyen@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Sandra Williams - sandra.williams@umontana.edu
  • Central SW Asian Student Foundation

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To give awareness to students about the CSWA Department and major/minor. Also to expand people's knowledge of CSWA and surrounding areas.

    • Contact: Cris Carson Blake - cswasf37@gmail.com; cris.blake@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Mehrdad Kia - mehrdad.kia@mso.umt.edu
  • Chemistry Association, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Organization and hosting study groups, attendance of chemistry conferences, promotion of undergraduate research, and graduate school preparation with Q and A's with University recruits and industries.

    • Contact: Alexandra "Sasha" Heyneman - umchemistry@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Bruce Bowler - bruce.bowler@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: UMT Chemistry Club
  • Creative Anachronism, Society for

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: An educational group dedicated to researching and recreating the Middle Ages through living history.

    • Contact: April Douglas - singeraprildawn@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Julia Jackman-Brink - julia.jackman-brink@umontana.edu
    • Website: http://www.sca.org/
  • Debate, UM ("Forensics")

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To foster effective communication and problem solving through education and experience.

    • Contact: Karla Nettleton - karla.nettleton@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: David Airne - david.airne@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: University of Montana Debate
  • Delta Rho Tau

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Organization fundraising activities for PT students interested in attending national physical therapy such as the CSM and NSC

    • Contact: Jennifer Gauthier - jennifer.gauthier@umconnect.umt.edu
    • Advisor: Elizabeth Ikeda - elizabeth.ikeda@umontana.edu
  • Druids, Montana

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: An honors club within the College of Forestry that quietly works at bringing CFC groups together and giving community service without looking for compensation in return.

    • Contact: Julian Robinson - montanadruids@gmail.com; julian.robinson@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Ronald Wakimoto - ronald.wakimoto@umontana.edu
  • Economics Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To inform students about economic opportunities and bridge the gap between professors, undergraduates, and graduate students.

  • Exercise Science Students Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: We strive to raise funds and community awareness for the HHP department and provide learning, assistance, and volunteer opportunities for exercise science students.

    • Contact: Stephanie Ehrlich - stephanie.ehrlich@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Charles Palmer - charles.palmer@umontana.edu
  • Forestry and Conservation, Graduate Student Association of

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To improve organization of academic, cultural, social, and recreational activities for its members and the University of Montana community.

    • Contact: Alex Weinberg - alex.weinberg@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Elizabeth Metcalf - elizabeth.metcalf@umontana.edu
  • Forestry Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To involve students in forestry activities and aid students in search of forestry jobs. Also to aid in completion of the Foresters' Ball.

    • Contact: Clay Stephenson - clay.stephenson@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Beth Dodson - elizabeth.dodson@umontana.edu
  • Geography Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To increase social and professional interaction among students and faculty outside of the classroom, promote the study of Geography on campus, and to hold weekly meetings to discuss and plan class activities.

    • Contact: Kayde Kaiser - um.geography.club@gmail.com; kayde.kaiser@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Kevin McManigal - kevin.mcmanigal@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: UM Geography
  • Geology Club, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To bring together students interested in geosciences and use the club as a platform for academic conversation about the field of geosciences.

    • Contact: Thomas Palin - uofmgeoclub@gmail.com; thomas.palin@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: George Stanley - george.stanley@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: University of Montana Geology Club
  • Gerontology Society

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To raise awareness of gerontological issues; to foster a community of involvement; to advocate for the older adult population; to educate the student body

  • Golden Key International Honour Society, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Academics, leadership, and service organization. Membership involves the top 15% of students in academics. There is a strong service element which will be enhanced with our chapter.

    • Contact: Melisa Penman - melisa.penman@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Garry Kerr - garry.kerr@umontana.edu
    • Website: https://goldenkey.org/
  • Graduate Business School Association- GBSA

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote collaboration among graduate students, SOBA, and the Missoula business community.

    • Contact: Justin John - gbsa@business.umt.edu; justin.john@umconnect.umt.edu
    • Advisor: Simona Stan - simona.stan@business.umt.edu
    • Facebook: University of Montana MBA Program
  • Graduate Student Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To advocate for graduate students, represent Graduate Students in university matters and throughout the campus, state, and nation.

  • History, UM Society for the Study of

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To foster an appreciation for history while creating a friendly academic environment to share work and research.

  • Honors Student Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To support student and faculty initiatives in academics, service, and social arenas.

    • Contact: Jessica Weiss - jessica.weiss@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Laure Pengelly Drake - laure.pengellydrake@umontana.edu
    • Website: http://www.dhc.umt.edu/
  • Linguistics Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To facilitate extracurricular activities that promote the study of language and its use.

  • Marketing , U of M American Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To unite Marketing majors with the goal of attending the AMA Collegiate Conference.

    • Contact: Katherine Vincent - katherine.vincent@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Carol Bruneau - carol.bruneau@business.umt.edu
  • Men of Strength, University of Montana (MOST UM)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To prevent violence against women by helping to create a campus culture that does not tolerate attitudes or actions that are harmful to women. Men of Strength is established for the purpose of exploring and promoting healthy masculinity along with building topical knowledge and leadership skills.

    • Contact: Sean Foot - sean.foot@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Brent Hildebrand - brent.hildebrand@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: Men of Strength
  • Model Arab League

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To further enhance students' knowledge of Middle Eastern politics and parliamentary procedure.

    • Contact: Joshua Green - ummodelarableague@gmail.com; joshua.green@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Samir Bitar - samir.bitar@umontana.edu
  • Model United Nations, Montana

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To teach and train students the policies and structures of the UN and have them participate in policy debate from another country's viewpoint.

    • Contact: Christina Bloemen - christina.bloemen@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Karen Adams - karen.adams@umontana.edu
    • Website: http://cas.edu/mun
  • MontPIRG, Students as

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To engage students in citizenship activities.

    • Contact: Brennen Cain - brennen.cain@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: David Shively - david.shively@umontana.edu
  • Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To exemplify leadership, scholarship, and philanthropy among the University of Montana's student body by serving the campus and the greater Missoula community.

  • Music Union

    Recognized: 2012-2013

    Purpose: The Student Music Union oversees 15 separate ASUM-recognized groups within the School of Music including University Choir, Chamber Chorale, Concert Band, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, University Orchestra, Jazz Bands, Percussion Club, Opera Theater, Keyboard Society, Saxophone Club, Flute Choir, Composer’s Club, Vocal Practicum, sNATS (student National Association for Teachers of Singing), and the UM branch of NAfME-c (National Association for Music Education, collegiate). As a union, our aim is to provide SMU groups with the resources to offer UM students a complete and diverse musical education in addition to outreach activities in the community through concerts and annual tours.

    • Contact: Spencer Fehr - spencer.fehr@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Maxine Ramey - maxine.ramey@umontana.edu
  • Nonprofit Leadership Student Association (NLSA)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide students with specialized skills and knowledge to work in the nonprofit sector.

  • Order of Omega

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: The honor organization for fraternities and sororities, and also spearhead the Can the Bobcats program for campus.

    • Contact: Olivia MacDonald - olivia.macdonald@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Julie Bryant - julie.bryant@mso.umt.edu
    • Website: http://life.umt.edu/fsi/
  • Petroleum Geologists, American Association Student Chapter

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a national resource to geoscience students with interests in the field of Petroleum Geology.

    • Contact: Alexander Brekke - alexander.brekke@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: James Staub - james.staub@umontana.edu
  • Phi Delta Phi International

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote the advancement of the highest intellectual, professional, and ethical standards within the University of Montana School of Law community.

    • Contact: Drew Moore - drew.moore@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Elaine Hightower Gagliardi - elaine.gagliardi@umontana.edu
  • Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society - Beta Eta Epsilon Chapter

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: International honor society for two-year colleges focused on the promotion of scholarship, development of leadership,service, and fellowship.

  • Philosophy Society

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To engage students in philosophical discourse outside of the classroom setting.

  • Physical Therapy Student Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote awareness and understanding of Physical Therapy and health-related topics through speakers, university, community, and state-wide projects and activities.

    • Contact: Jennifer Gauthier - jennifer.gauthier@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Beth Ikeda - elizabeth.ikeda@umontana.edu
  • Physics Students, Society of

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: The Society of Physics Students is part of a national organization that helps physics students into graduate schools, encourages scientific outreach and bridges the physics community at UM with the overall community.

    • Contact: Clark Miller - clark.miller@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Alex Bulmahn - alexander.bulmahn@umontana.edu
  • Pi Sigma Alpha - Political Science Honor Society

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To involve ourself and fellow students in Political Science activities both on and off campus and strive to engage people politically.

  • Pre-Professional Health Sciences Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Provide mutual peer support and community access for students pursuing an interest in medicine.

  • Psychology Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To gain field experience, and to develop professional relationships among our members, as well as to volunteer and raise funds for donation to a number of mental health-related non-profits in Missoula.

  • Psychology Graduate Student Association (PGSA)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To advance the science and practice of psychology, and to promote or reinforce scientific inquiry and clinical practice among students at UM.

    • Contact: Lindsay Crosby - lindsay.crosby@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Duncan Campbell - duncan.campbell@umontana.edu
  • Recreation Association, Student

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Recreation, helping out all majors interested in the outdoors to forward their careers, and to give back to the community.

  • Russian Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: The purpose of Russian Club is to explore, promote, and nurture Russian culture at the University of Montana.

  • School Psychology Student Organization

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To increase awareness of School Psychology as a discipline.

  • SCHWA-MT

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To encourage professional interest among college and university students in the study of human communication sciences and disorders.

    • Contact: Shelby Swant - shelby.swant@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Amy Glaspey - amy.glaspey@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: SCHWA-MT
  • Society for Ecological Restoration

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To introduce students and the community to the practice of ecological restoration, provide opportunities for hands-on restoration experience, and network with experts and enthusiasts.

  • Teachers Of Singing, Student National Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To advance knowledge about the National Association Of Teachers of Singing organization and the professors of teaching and singing. To provide a forum for the presentation of innovative ideas to enrich teachers of singing.

Environmental Interest

  • Air and Waste Management Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Provide networking opportunities and professional development for students interested in environmental health.

  • American Fisheries Society, Student Subchapter

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Providing students with a way to learn more about fisheries issues, make contact with fisheries professionals and to assist in the development of future professionals.

  • Climate Action Now-UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: CAN is a student-driven network of individuals concerned about our University, society, and world in the face of Climate Change. We are the sole student organization dedicated to sustainability, to educate the University about climate issues.

  • Deep Ecology Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide students with an avenue to explore environmental ethics and further their knowledge of the deep ecology movement.

    • Contact: Michal Helman - michal.helman@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Christopher Preston - christopher.preston@umontana.edu
  • Forum For Living Appropriate Technology (FLAT)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To demonstrate sustainable living in an urban context for the benefit of the campus and community.

    • Contact: Mara Menahan - umflat@gmail.com; mara.menahan@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Josh Slotnick - josh.slotnick@mso.umt.edu
    • Website: http://umflat.wordpress.com
    • Facebook: UM FLAT
  • Society of American Foresters - Student Chapter

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: The Montana SAF is dedicated to advance the science, education, technology, and practice of forestry; and to use the knowledge, skills, and conservation ethic of the profession to ensure the continued health and use of forest ecosystems and the present and future use of forest resources to benefit society.

  • Wilderness Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a platform for students to engage in wilderness policy, legislation and wilderness experiences by being politically involved, advocating for wilderness issues and traveling to wilderness areas throughout the state.

    • Contact: Ryan Milling - ryan.milling@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Natalie Dawson - natalie.dawson@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: Wilderness Association
  • Wildlife Society

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote scientifically sound management of wildlife through education and community outreach. To help students gain the experience and contexts to be successful in the wildlife field.

Language and Culture

  • African Students Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To share and promote the African culture with the community.

    • Contact: Priscilla Lekalkuli - priscilla.lekalkuli@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: N'Djekornom Laobeul - ndjekornom.laobeul@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: The UM ASA
  • Black Student Union, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a safe environment for those discriminated because of race, and to educate the student population.

  • Cercle Francophone, Le

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: See French Club

  • China Table

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To give University of Montana students studying the Chinese language an opportunity to practice speaking Chinese with fellow students and faculty.

    • Contact: Eric Bruner - umchinatable@gmail.com; eric.bruner@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: T.R. Bradstock - timothy.bradstock@mso.umt.edu; Zhen Cao - zhen.cao@mso.umt.edu
  • Chinese Student and Scholar Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a platform for all Chinese students and scholars and to foster the understanding of China and its culture in the UM community.

  • Circolo Italiano

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: See Italian Club

  • French Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide students with an opportunity to put their French skills and knowledge to practice in a fun atmosphere.

  • German Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote German culture and language on campus, especially participation in the weekly conversation hour.

    • Contact: Austin Waisanen - austin.waisanen@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Marton Marko - marton.marko@mso.umt.edu
  • International Food and Culture Festival

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: ISA is a student organization that represents all of the foreign students of The University of Montana.

  • International Student Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: ISA is a student organization that represents all of the foreign students of The University of Montana.

  • Irish Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Celebrate Irish language and culture.

    • Contact: Brianna Kienitz - brianna.kienitz@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Traolach O'Riordain - traolach.oriordain@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: An Cumann Gaeilge (UM)
  • Italian Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide an opportunity for UM students of Italian and interested community members to practic language skills in a friendly social setting and explore Italian culture.

    • Contact: Erika Tibbetts - erika.tibbetts@umontana.edu; umcircoloitaliano@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Evelina Badery Anderson - evelina.badery@mso.umt.edu
  • Japanese Student Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Bring together Japanese and American students to share language and culture.

  • Kyi-Yo Native American Student Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To bridge the faculty and students of The University of Montana, through extracurricular activities, we will engage others in our traditions in order to unify and promote the cultural identity of Native Americans.

  • Mount of Olives Arabic Language and Culture Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide opportunities for students interested in Arabic language and cultures and to give a platform to international students from Arabic-speaking regions to share their culture and history.

    • Contact: Mary Anderson - mary.anderson@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Samir Bitar - samir.bitar@umontana.edu
  • Persian Student Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To sponsor Persian social and cultural activities and events, to promote an understanding of Persian culture, and to help foster friendship among different cultural groups.

  • Saudi Students Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Trying to get Saudi students involved in all UM events.

    • Contact: Abdullah Aljamea - abdullah.aljamea@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Edgar Smith - edgar.smith@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: Saudi Students Club Missoula
  • South Asian Students' Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a platform for students from South Asian countries to interact with each other and share their culture with the UM community.

    • Contact: Kamalashri Easwara Murthi - kamalashri.easwaramurthi@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Prageeta Sharma - prageeta.sharma@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: South Asian Students' Association
  • Spanish Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide students of all levels with an opportunity to practice Spanish language skills, learn about Hispanic cultures, and be a part of the Spanish Program community.

    • Contact: Kate Little - kate.little@umontana.edu; Abigail Cummings - abigail.cummings@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Kelly Noe - kelly.noe@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: Spanish Club Missoula
  • Taiwanese Student Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Forum for discussion of Taiwanese culture issues. Venue for sharing Taiwanese language and culture.

    • Contact: Ching Pai - ching.pai@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Tung-Chung Mou - tung-chung.mou@mso.umt.edu

Music

  • Chamber Chorale

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Chamber Chorale is a select mixed vocal ensemble whose purpose is to learn and perform choral music in a manner that emphasizes excellent singing technique and musicianship. Chamber Chorale also undertakes recruiting tours on- and off-campus.

  • Composers Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To establish concerts, present new music, and bring in guest composers.

    • Contact: Thomas Morrison - thomas.morrison@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Patrick Williams - patrick.williams@umontana.edu
    • Website: http://umt.edu/music/
  • Concert Band, University

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To give wind band performance opportunities to any student on campus.

    • Contact: Merrill Lee Rasmussen - merrill-lee.rasmussen@umconnect.umt.edu
    • Advisor: Kevin Griggs - kevin.griggs@umontana.edu
  • Flute Choir

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To perform in and around the community, as well as do outreach to future U of M students.

    • Contact: Hilary Mayer - hilary.mayer@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Margaret L. Schuberg - margaret.schuberg@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: UM Flute Choir
  • Griztones

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide students with the chance to be in and compete in a college-level acappella group. To provide acappella entertainment to campus students.

    • Contact: Darien Gostas - darien.gostas@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: David Edmonds - david.edmonds@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: The Griztones
  • Jazz bands

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To teach Jazz pedagogy and improvisation to both music majors and non-majors in a performance/class setting.

    • Contact: Jake Syrenne - jake.syrenne@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Robert Tapper - robert.tapper@umontana.edu
  • Keyboard Society

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide opportunities and experiences that will prove beneficial to pianist and other keyboardists.

    • Contact: Turner Schoer - turner.schoer@umontana.ed
    • Advisor: Christopher Hohn - christopher.holm@umontana.edu
  • Music Educators

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote music education on the UM campus, throughout Missoula, and throughout the state of Montana.

    • Contact: James Mepham - james.mepham@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Lori Gray - lori.gray@umontana.edu
  • Opera Theatre

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide performance opportunities and experience in a professional setting.

  • Percussion Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To give members the opportunity to study, experience, and perform a wide variety of percussion literature at a high level along with other highly talented musicians. The group also focuses on increasing awareness of percussion music to the region.

  • Saxophone Studio

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To unite saxophone majors toward common goals of progression and achievement through collaboration with one another.

    • Contact: Matt Austin - matthew.austin@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Johan Eriksson - johan.eriksson@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: UM Saxophone Studio
  • Symphonic Wind Ensemble

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide musical enrichment for its members as well as the citizens of Montana.

  • Symphony Orchestra

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To enhance the musical artistry for students involved, as well as to provide a premiere performing ensemble for all audiences.

  • University Choir

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Vocal performance and outreach

    • Contact: Megan Harbaugh - megan.harbaugh@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: David Edmonds - david.edmonds@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: UM Choirs
  • Vocal Practicum, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide students with performance opportunities and to increase performance skills.

    • Contact: Carly Beadle - carly.beadle@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Anne Basinski - anne.basinski@umontana.edu
  • Women's Chorus

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Women's ensemble, strictly focusing on choral music.

Service

  • Advocates, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: We are student ambassadors to UM serving new and prospective students through orientations, campus tours, community service, and a variety of other activities.

  • Circle K, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Circle K builds responsible students, citizens, and leaders with a lifelong commitment to community service.

    • Contact: Jennifer Keller - jennifer.keller@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Colleen Kane - colleen.kane@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: UM Circle K
  • Colleges Against Cancer

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To fundraise in the fight against cancer.

    • Contact: Sarah Shapiro - sarah.shapiro@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Dan Spencer - daniel.spencer@umontana.edu
  • Griz for Unicef

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Student-led grassroots movement that engages a broad range of people and resources to educate, advocate, and fundraise to assist in UNICEF's global effort.

    • Contact: Farzona Shukurova - farash19@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Andrea Vernon - andrea.vernon@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: Griz for UNICEF
  • Operation Smile

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Philanthropic organization raising funds for children in 3rd world countries with cleft lip/palate.

    • Contact: Tori Smith - operationsmileumt@outlook.com; victoria1.smith@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Jennifer Schoffer-Closson - jennifer.schofferclosson@umontana.edu
  • Peers Reaching Out (PROs)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: PROs work to promote healthy lifestyle choices for fellow UM students while developing knowledge and skills in the community health field. PROs provide many services to the UM student body including health-related programs in residence halls, programs and activities elsewhere on campus, and health promotion campaigns.

    • Contact: Christopher Coburn - healthed@mso.umt.edu; christopher.coburn@mso.umt.edu
    • Advisor: Linda Green - linda.green@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: Curry Health Center
  • Square and Compass, The

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide social, leadership, and community service opportunities for students as well as a way to learn more about Freemasonry.

    • Contact: Lee Gordon - lee.gordon@mso.umt.edu
    • Advisor: Jon Caro - jon.caro@mso.umt.edu
  • Up Til Dawn - UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To organize a fundraiser and create awareness for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

  • Volunteers in Action

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide quality volunteer opportunities to UM students.

    • Contact: Shelby Stormer - service.saturday@mso.umt.edu; shelby.stormer@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Collen Kane - colleen.kane@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: Service Saturdays
  • Zoological Museum Volunteers, UM (UMZM)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide the opportunity to volunteer, support, and promote the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum and to learn how to care for specimens and maintain the collections.

Special Interest

  • Anime Club, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To share an appreciation for Japanese culture through the observation of anime and other activities.

  • Artists' Collective, University of Montana - UMAC

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a cohesive organization for the advancement of individual and collective needs, and organize shows, auctions, dances, and other events to engage students and the community with art in all its forms.

    • Contact: Gabrial Kerber - uofm.artist.collective@gmail.com; gabrial.kerber@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Edward Morrissey - edward.morrissey@umontana.edu
    • Website: http://umacblog.blogspot.com/
  • Billiards Club, Grizzly

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote the core values of the UC, diversity, learning, leadership, and fun. We aim to elevate the game of Pool out of its unfavorable stigma and reinforce its foundation in honesty and fair play.

    • Contact: Matt Keith - matthew.keith@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Joseph Grady - joseph.grady@mso.umt.edu
  • Camas: The Nature of the West

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To publish Camas: The Nature of the West Magazine twice an academic year.

  • Circus Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To educate students in a unique art form to which they would not otherwise have access, to provide a practical outlet where students who have an interest in circus arts can learn and develop skills in a safe environment, and to provide personal empowerment and growth through the practice and performance of circus arts.

    • Contact: Sydoney Blackmore - umcircusclub@gmail.com; sydoney.blackmore@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Heidi Jones-Eggert - heidi.eggert@umontana.edu
  • Computer Science Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide an environment for computer science students to network, build friendships, and coordinate on projects that are independent from their regular classes.

    • Contact: Matthew Erickson - um.cs.club@outlook.com; matthew2.erickson@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Michael Cassens - michael.cassens@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: UM Computer Science Club
    • Twitter: @UofM_CS_Club
  • Crafters, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote creativity in a safe and fun environment as a form of learning and stress relief.

    • Contact: Lauren Molin - universitycrafters@yahoo.com;lauren.molin@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Laura Alvarez - laura1.alvarez@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: University Crafters
  • Culinary Team

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To further education in the culinary world, and to represent The University of Montana - Missoula College Culinary Program to the best of our abilities.

    • Contact: William Gervais - william.gervais@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Tom Campbell - thomas.campbell@umontana.edu
  • Cutbank

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To produce a national journal of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.

  • Dance Club, Student

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To support and enhance the dance experience of university students as well as to promote dance on campus and in the Missoula community

    • Contact: Jessie Lesar - jessie.lesar@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Nicole Bradley Browning - nicole.bradleybrowning@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: ASUM Student Dance Club
  • Emerging Ceramic Artists

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To help bring together emerging ceramic artists in the community and the school in an open and equal environment.

  • Entrepreneurship Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Entrepreneurship Club serves as a bridge between UM students, alumni, and the wider entrepreneurial community.

    • Contact: Christina Henderson - eclub.um@gmail.com; christina2.henderson@umconnect.umt.edu
    • Advisor: Joe Fanguy - joe.fanguy@mso.umt.edu
  • Filmmakers Association, Student

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To create films, animations, and other media projects to further our skills as artists and produce creative work.

  • Finance Club, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To assist in the professional, educational, and social development of college students actively interested in these fields, and encourage interaction between business executives, faculty, and students of Business and Finance.

    • Contact: Sarah Chain - sarah.chain@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Tony Crawford - tony.crawford@business.umt.edu
    • Facebook: UM Finance Club
  • Fire Ecology and Management, UM Student Association (UMSAFEM)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To connect students, faculty, and community members from diverse backgrounds with fire peers, managers, and fire ecologists. To provide an open forum on fire ecology and management

    • Contact: Geoff Hibbs - umsafem@gmail.com; geoffrey.hibbs@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Carl Seielstad - carl.seielstad@firecenter.umt.edu
  • Folklore Society

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Sharing, promoting, preserving and enjoying the music, dance, arts, crafts and skills of traditional and contemporary cultures.

    • Contact: Sally Cathey - sally.cathey@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Vicki Watson - vicki.watson@umontana.edu
  • Forensics Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: See Debate Team

  • Global Grizzlies

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide medical aid to the developing world and to provide pre-health profession students with an opportunity to learn about international medicine.

  • Grizzlies for Change

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Offers an environment for individuals to come together for the purpose of improving oneself, our campus, and the world through challenging ourselves to be more patient, kind, humble, respectful, honest, selfless, and committed.

  • Hangliding and Paragliding Club, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote free flight in Missoula and Western Montana.

    • Contact: Emile Deluca - emile.deluca@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Nicholas Arthur - nicholas.arthur@umontana.edu
  • Indigenous Filmmakers Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide film production assistance; increased visibility of American Indian filmmakers and movies which focus on American Indian content; facilitated dynamic conversation about the roles and portrayals of American Indians; and screenings and speakers from other world Indigenous cultures.

    • Contact: Destini Vaile - destini.vaile@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Andrew Smith - andrew.smith@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: Indigenous Filmmakers Club
  • Information - MT Information Systems Assc (MISA)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide students studying Management Information Systems with the resources and opportunities they need to excel in the Information Systems industry.

  • Interfraternal Council

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Allows delegates and officers from all of the Fraternities at The University of Montana to come together and govern the Greek System.

    • Contact: Geordan Kaderis - geordan.kaderis@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Julie Bryant - julie.bryant@mso.umt.edu
    • Website: http://www.nicindy.org/
  • League of Legends

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a safe and friendly environment to improve many skills and play League.

  • Medieval Combat Society, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To practice and develop Medieval combat skills and techniques while creating an understanding of war tactics and strategy.

  • Movie Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Provide students with an opportunity to watch and discuss movies together.

    • Contact: Ashley Rezvani - ashley.rezvani@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Sean O'Brien - sean.obrien@mso.umt.edu
  • One Thousand New Gardens

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To revitalize the growing spirit of the Garden City through education, outreach, and most importantly the installation of garden beds in Missoula.

    • Contact: Jameson Boslough - 1000newgardens@gmail.com; jameson.boslough@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Vicki Watson - vicki.watson@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: 1,000 New Gardens
  • Oval Literary Magazine

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: We publish an annual journal of undergraduate creative works, including prose, poetry, and visual arts. We also work on campus and in the Missoula community to promote creative writing and student involvement.

  • Panhellenic Council

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide support to the four on-campus NPC sororities.

  • Physical Therapy International club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote cultural awareness within the field of physical therapy, including language acquisition and international opportunities.

    • Contact: Sarah Fabry - sarah.fabry@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: James Laskin - james.laskin@umontana.edu
  • Society for Creative Anachronism

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: See Creative Anachronism, Society for

  • Swing Kidz

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Provides members the opportunity to have fun, hone their skills as dancers, and make friends within Missoula's dancing community.

    • Contact: Ben Dawson - u.m.swing.kidz@gmail.com; benjamin.dawson@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Michele Antonioli - emily.antonioli@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: UM Swing Kidz
  • Trendsetters at The U

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide the University of Montana with the first fashion blog created by students reflecting the style inspiration, and fashion of Missoula, MT.

  • University Players

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: The University Players student group works as an Artistic Collective to promote and sponsor free campus based events for the student body of the UM in the mediums of theater, dance, and film.

Sports

  • Archery, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide an opportunity to any University student to practice and enjoy the sport of archery.

  • Backcountry Club, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote backcountry skiing for all skill levels through group events and trips.

    • Contact: Blake Votilla - blake.votilla@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Keith Bosak - keith.bosak@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: UM Backcountry
  • Baseball Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To honor the university while preserving America's pastime.

  • Curling Club- University of Montana

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide learning and structured competition opportunities for the sport of curling.

    • Contact: Karyn Greenwood - umcurlingclub@gmail.com; karyn.greenwood@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Lee Banville - lee.banville@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: University of Montana Curling Club
  • Cycling, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Ride bikes together and train to race in the Northwest Collegiate Cycling Conference.

    • Contact: Kara Doescher - cycling.um@gmail.com; kara.doescher@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Greg Larson - greg.larson@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: UM Cycling
  • Equestrian Team, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To educate students about horseback riding in English and Western disciplines as well as travel and show competitively as a team.

  • Fencing Club (UMFC)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote and participate in Olympic style fencing in Missoula and the North Western division.

  • Frisbee, Men's ("Bear Fight")

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Ultimate Frisbee Club team.

    • Contact: Kevin Ryder - bearfight@umontana.edu; kevin.ryder@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Andrew Ware - andrew.ware@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: Montana BearFight
  • Frisbee, Women's ("Pillow Fight")

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Women's College Ultimate Frisbee Team for The University of Montana

    • Contact: Kari Shelkey - pillowfight@umontana.edu; kari.shelkey@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Michael Faris - farism@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: Montana PillowFight
  • Hockey Team, UM Women's

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To inspire women of all skill levels to learn and play the game of hockey.

  • Hurling Club, Grizzlies

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To take part in the sport of Hurling.

  • Lacrosse, Men's

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To play competitive college lacrosse.

  • Lacrosse, Women's

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote the sport of lacrosse, teach people how to play and engage in friendly competition with other college teams.

    • Contact: Ellen Myers - montanagrizlax@gmail.com; ellen.myers@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Daniel Dwyer - daniel.dwyer@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: Montana Women's Lacrosse
  • Longboarding Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote friendship and a sense of community through longboarding.

    • Contact: Bryce Rowe - bryce.rowe@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Jerry Furniss - jerry.furniss@business.umt.edu
    • Facebook: U of M Longboarding Club
  • Rowing Club

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote and teach the sport of rowing, both recreationally and competitively.

    • Contact: Ryan Cote - ryan.cote@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Jim McKusick - jim.mckusick@umontana.edu
  • Rugby, Men's ("Jesters")

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To continue participation in a sport and to educate individuals in the sport of Rugby.

  • Rugby, Women's ("Betterside")

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To engage and empower women of our university while playing a team sport representing our school, and all women athletes.

  • Sports Union

    Recognized: 2012-2013

    Purpose: A union for all sports groups at The University of Montana.

    • Contact: Ryan Cote - rcote@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Kate Oyler - kathryn.oyler@umontana.edu
  • Table Tennis, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To travel and compete in table tennis.

  • Taekwondo - UM Collegiate Team

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To better oneself through the martial art of taekwondo and compete at national level events and competitions. And to kick.

    • Contact: David Kuhn - david.kuhn@umconnect.umt.edu
    • Advisor: Amy Ratto-Parks - amy.ratto-parks@mso.umt.edu
  • Triathlon, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To offer students access to resources and team structure needed to train for and compete in triathlons. To "Democratize Triathlon" - make the sport more inexpensive and accessible for students.

  • Woodsman Team

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To compete in collegiate timber sports.

    • Contact: Emily Grotbo - montanaloggin@hotmail.com; emily.grotbo@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Lloyd Queen - lloyd.queen@firecenter.umt.edu
    • Twitter: montanaloggin@hotmail.com
  • Zoo Crew

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To create a community of skiers and snowboarders where students can progress their lives while learning from each other in a positive way.

    • Contact: Nathaniel Solberg - zoocrewteam@gmail.com; nathaniel.solberg@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Klaus Uhlenbruck - klaus.uhlenbruck@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: Zoo Crew

Support

  • Alliance for Disability and Students at the UM (ADSUM)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Advocating to remove architectural, programmatic, and attitudinal barriers, collaborating with administration to make UM a more accessible campus environment.

    • Contact: Samantha Buechler - samantha.buechler@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Bernadine Gantert - bernadine.gantert@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: ADSUM
  • Bitterroot College Student Advocacy and Activity Committee

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a voice for students at the Bitterroot College and to plan and hold activities for students in the valley.

    • Contact: Nelson Carlos - nelson.carlos@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Roch Turner - roch.turner@umontana.edu
  • Enjoying Life Sober

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Now Fun Recreational Events for Everyone (FREE)

  • Fun Recreational Events for Everyone (FREE)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: The purpose of FREE is to provide students with activities designed to be substance-free and promote recovery without the pressures of college drinking and substance abuse.

    • Contact: Donna Twedt - donna.twedt@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Mike Frost - michael.frost@umontana.edu
  • LAMBDA Alliance

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Seeks to increase the visibility and acceptance of the LGBTIQIA community through education, advocacy, and the promotion of social tolerance.

  • Veterans Association, Student

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide military veterans and dependents with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and following graduation.

  • Women's Resource Center

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Promote feminism on campus, execute events related to gender issues, educate, and provide students with opportunity to get involved.

    • Contact: Jan Roddy - umt.wrc@gmail.com; jan.roddy@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Beth Hubble - elizabeth.hubble@mso.umt.edu
    • Website: http://umt.edu/wcenter/

Spirituality and Faith

  • Catholic Campus Ministry

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Catholic Campus Ministry serves as a religious group for students looking for a worship community. We do service projects, social events, and small group teambuilding workshops.

  • Chi Alpha Campus Ministries

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote the spiritual life of UM students by providing opportunities for community, mission, and worship.

    • Contact: Alyssa Smith - alyssa1.smith@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Rayleen Hicks - rayleen.hicks@mso.umt.edu
    • Website: http://www.umchialpha.com
  • Cru

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Interdenominational Christian group offering opportunities for students to explore and grow in the Christian faith.

  • Emmaus Campus Ministry

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a welcoming, ecumenical place for students to explore faith and spirituality, build relationships, and engage in service.

  • Grizzly Christian Fellowship

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: A group of students gathering to hear, proclaim, and engage with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

  • Hillel, UM

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: A community for college-aged Jews on the UM campus to build bonds and worship together.

    • Contact: Sarah Korn - hillel.umontana@gmail.com; sarah.korn@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Adair Kanter - adair.kanter@gmail.com
    • Facebook: UM Hillel
  • Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To establish and advance at colleges and universities, witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus our savior and lord: growing in love for God, God's word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture, and God's purposes in the world.

  • Latter-Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide social interaction and religious instruction for LDS students at The University of Montana.

  • Muslim Student Association

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Aside from fostering a social community for Muslims, the MSA is also focused on reaching out to non-Muslims primarily to educate them about misconceptions regarding Islam and the Islamic way of life.

    • Contact: Salvatore Ferrara - salvatore.ferrara@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Jamar Galbreath - jamar.galbreath@mso.umt.edu
  • Secular Student Alliance, University of Montana

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To create a supportive community at The University of Montana, have social activities, and good works.

  • Simple Truth

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To know God and make God known.

    • Contact: Elizabeth Hoffman - elizabeth.hoffman@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Nina Murch - nina.murch@umontana.edu
  • Young Life

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Have a place for students to find adventure, community, and significance.

Politics and Activism

  • Advocates for Non-Violence

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To act as a political catalyst on issues relating to violence prevention on campus, and to promote education and awareness, offer resources when necessary.

    • Contact: Veronika Sieben - umnonviolence@gmail.com; veronika.sieben@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Brent Hildebrand - brent.hildebrand@mso.umt.edu
  • College Democrats

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote democratic values and engage the campus community in the political process.

    • Contact: HanaSara Ito - umcollegedems@gmail.com; hanasara.ito@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Jesse Munro - jesse.munro@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: UM College Democrats
  • College Republicans

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To do stuff and things.

    • Contact: Mike Hopkins - hopkinsIPS@yahoo.com
    • Advisor: Jeffrey Greene - jeffrey.greene@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: UM College Republicans
  • Death Penalty, Montana Students Against

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To become involved with the legislative process of abolishing the Death Penalty law in Montana, and promote awareness of the issues surrounding it.

    • Contact: Laura Fendrick - laura.fendrick@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Tondy Baumgartner - tondy.baumgartner@umontana.edu
  • Economic and Social Justice, Students for

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: See Sweatshops, United Students Against

  • Forward Montana Foundation

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To train, mobilize, and educate the next generation of progressive young leaders in Montana.

  • Peace and Justice, Students for

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To provide a supportive forum for students interested in peace and justice issues; promote public awareness, knowledge, compassion, tolerance, truth, and responsibility to further causes of peace and justice in our world.

    • Contact: Amelia Liberatore - amelia.liberatore@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Vicki Watson - vicki.watson@umontana.edu
  • Planned Parenthood Leaders and Advocates (PPLA)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To advocate for reproductive, gender, and social justice and learn leadership skills.

    • Contact: Bristol Horton - pplaum@gmail.com; bristol.horton@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Ann Sondag - annie.sondag@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: PPLA UMT
  • Repair the World Coalition

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote global public health and international development studies minors, support study abroad in those areas, be active on campus on significant world health or development days, support like-minded groups on campus.

    • Contact: Kayleigh Robbins - kayleigh.robbins@umontana.edu; kayleigh.robbins@gmail.com
    • Advisor: Peter Koehn - peter.koehn@umontana.edu
    • Facebook: Repair the World Coalition
  • Students Against Coal Trains

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To educate our campus and community about the impacts of coal export projects, and to involve students in state and local decision making processes related to this issue.

    • Contact: Emily McCulloch - emily.mcculloch@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Vicki Watson - vicki.watson@umontana.edu
  • Sweatshops, United Students Against

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote causes of economic and social justice on campus, locally, and world-wide.

    • Contact: John Stuker - john.stuker@umconnect.umt.edu
    • Advisor: Robin Saha - robin.saha@mso.umt.edu
    • Facebook: SESJ Montana Usas

Law School Organizations

  • Criminal Law Student Group

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: The purpose of the CLSG is to bring students and practitioners together to educate about issues relevant to the practice of criminal law, both in Montana and across the nation.

    • Contact: Madison Mattioli - madison.mattioli@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Jordan Gross - jordan.gross@umontana.edu
  • Environmental Law Group

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: Raising environmental consciousness within the legal community. Provide opportunities for learning and discussing environmental law issues relevant to the region and beyond.

  • Native American Law Students Association (NALSA)

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To promote the study of Federal Indian Law, Tribal Law and traditional forms of governance and provide support for Native American law students. Group welcomes Indian and non-Indian students.

    • Contact: Dustin Kuipers - dustin.kuipers@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Maylinn Smith - maylinn.smith@umontana.edu
  • Womens Law Caucus

    Recognized: 2013-2014

    Purpose: To raise money for YWCA, support law students, provide volunteer opportunities for law students.

    • Contact: Meghan Benson - meghan.benson@umontana.edu
    • Advisor: Bari Burke - bari.burke@umontana.edu