'The History of Diplomatic Immunity,' a new book
co-authored by history Professor Linda Frey, delves into the 'necessary evil' of diplomatic immunity.
Finding health care, employment, transportation, housing
and other basics can be a challenge for people with disabilities, especially in rural
areas. UM's Rural Institute on Disabilities helps make sure all Montanans have the chance
to live full, healthy lives.
future is bright for agricultural carbohydrates like wheat.
Adding value to Montana's grain crops -- before they
leave the state -- is the premise of Professor Don Kiely's research. Learn how
carbohydrate chemistry has the potential to turn grain into dollars.
What are the social impacts of things
like growth, development and shifting economies on towns and counties? Rebecca
Templin Richards' students have gone door to door to find out how Montana's communities
are coping with change.
In the Land of
Mongolia, once the greatest land empire the world has
ever known, is 'a geologist's candy store,' says geology researcher Marc Hendrix. On
journeys to this remote land, he's dug up a world of information about Central Asia's earth history.
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