Montana Journalism Abroad
The University of Montana School of Journalism is committed to a global education for our students. While journalism students are taught skills needed report local stories in the community, they also gain experience through diverse student projects at UM. Montana Journalism Abroad provides an opportunity for student journalists to gain valuable, real-world international journalism skills in a breaking-news setting through on-the-ground reporting. Past groups have traveled to India to investigate the environmental aspects of the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve, to Berlin, Germany, to report on the refugee crisis and to Fukushima, Japan, to study the effects of the nuclear energy crisis. To support the project contact Denise Dowling or visit our donate page.
Below, you'll find links to our most recent reporting trips and the stories they produced.