Locals earn degrees from UM
MISSOULA – The University of Montana had 809 students who were degree candidates for fall semester 2017. The Montana students listed below are UM degree candidates or have been awarded their degrees for fall semester 2017.
A single asterisk after the student’s name indicates the student is expected to complete degree requirements and graduate with honors by achieving a GPA of 3.4 or higher. Double asterisks indicate the student is expected to complete degree requirements and graduate with high honors by achieving a 3.7 GPA or higher.
Official awarding of a degree and any official graduation with honors or graduation with high honors designation is not made until degree candidates have completed their final term of enrollment and have met all specific requirements.
Local degree candidates and their field of study are listed by town below.
Arlee: Darian Charlo, Bachelor of Arts: Sociology; Brian Jackson, Certificate of Completion: Computer Support; Tim Wheeler, Master of Science: Organismal Biology & Ecology
Charlo: Lucinda Wadsworth, Master of Education: Curriculum & Instruction
Hot Springs: Anita Dupuis, Doctor of Philosophy: Individual Interdisciplinary
Polson: Zachary Camel Jr., BS in Business Administration: Management; Staci Hanson, Master of Education: Curriculum & Instruction; Logan Howell, BS in Business Administration: Management Information Systems; Kaden Thomas, Bachelor of Arts: History; Pearl Yellowman, Doctor of Education: Educational Leadership
Ronan: Zachary Craft, BS in Resource Conservation: Resource Conservation; Grant Myhre, Certificate of Applied Science: Energy Technology
St. Ignatius: Marni Baer, Bachelor of Arts: English