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Reserve your place at the table today! - City Club Missoula Presents Imagining A University Of Montana For The Future: President Seth Bodnar - 2/12

February 9, 2018View for printing

Imagining a University of Montana for the Future: President Seth Bodnar officially took office as the 19th President of the University of Montana on January 2. He comes to Missoula and UM from a career that spans military service after graduating first in his class from West Point, academic work at his alma mater and leadership in private industry. Most recently, he was a senior executive at General Electric Company where he was responsible for long-term strategy and business transformation at GE Transportation.

In his presentation to City Club, Bodnar will provide insights on his brief time thus far in the presidency, the thematic priorities shaping his vision for the University of Montana, and how a UM education prepares students for success in a complex and changing world.

RSVP is strongly encouraged by 12:00pm Friday February 9th, 2018. This forum is expected to be heavily attended, walk-ins and late registrations cannot be guaranteed.

RSVP Today:

PLEASE NOTE EARLY START TIME - 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

*Doors will open early for this event. Lunch service begins at 11:15 am*


Coffee/Dessert Only: $10.00

Member Lunch: $17.00

General Public Lunch: $20.00

Discount Membership: $35.00 (valid through 02-12-18)

Open to the public or become a member today at:

Membership Reminder

Membership renewals and signups are underway for 2018. City Club Missoula would like to thank forum attendees by offering a 30% membership discount for 2018. City Club Missoula Board of Trustees is thrilled to offer an annual membership of $35 until February 12th, 2018 ($50 the remainder of the year).


Forum Schedule* Through July 2018

February: The new University of Montana President Seth Bodnar

March: Missoula County Public Schools: Mark Thane (tentative)

April: State of the Community, Missoula

May: The Changing Wild Fire Landscape of Western Montana (tentative)

June: Western Montana Tourism and Missoula (tentative)

July: Budget Cuts and Missoula's Health and Human Services

*Forum topics are subject to change

Your Ideas for Forum Topics are Always Welcome

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