The University of Montana Environmental Studies program is a diverse, interdisciplinary program that focuses on the concepts of social change and important environmental topics and issues.
The program offers a B.A. and an M.S. with multiple focus areas in each.
Want to learn about Montana pastimes of birding and distilling? What the RATPOD is? How bison restoration projects are going? Or just enjoy an eclectic mix of Montana art, music, and poetry? You're in luck. Doug Hawes-Davis and Dru Carr, two EVST alums who founded the Emmy-award...Read More
Rosalyn received a Faculty Professional Enhancement award to travel to Portland, Oregon to both meet with folks at the internationally recognized nonprofit Ecotrust and to take time to learn about the important role spacial analysis tools, such as GIS and mapping, have in visualizing complex...Read More
The PEAS Farm sits on 10 acres of Missoula County Public School land. Now, that land is being leased to the City of Missoula, who in turn has agreed to a 40-year sub-lease with Garden City Harvest, the organization that runs the PEAS farm in collaboration with EVST. This long-term lease has been...Read More
Camas Magazine, the environmental journal of EVST, has showcased EVST graduate student Sam Plotkin's essay "Sustenance Through Shechita," as the Winter 2014 online feature article. Camas Magazine is edited and published each semester by graduate students in Environmental...Read More
Lauren Koshere's (MS 2012) essay, “A Last-Best Place: Challenging the Rhetoric of the Superlative,” was just published in ISLE (Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature & Environment) Summer 2014 from Oxford U. Press and U. Nevada--Reno. Lauren first drafted this essay...Read More
"Dreams should fuel you, not define you," so says Hank Green, UM EVST alum. Years ago Hank and his brother, John, created the VlogBrothers channel on YouTube, which quickly became very popular. Since then, Hank has worked on a number of successful projects, including the creation of his...Read More
Environmental Studies Program
Phil Condon, Director
Tel: (406) 243-6273 | Fax: (406) 243-6090
Jeannette Rankin Hall 106A
32 Campus Drive | Missoula, MT 59812