A history of the Taft-Nicholson Center written by Chris Montgomery, Rick Graetz, and Susie Graetz for Billings Gazette
Learn about the eleven U of U faculty that will be in residence in University Village on the Taft-Nicholson Environmental Humanities Education Center campus, working on their individual research agendas in the quiet and peace of the Centennial Valley in 2021.
With our doors closed for the 2020 season, we focused our energy on improving the safety and quality of the facilities on our campus for upcoming seasons. Here is a quick look at some of the major projects we completed.
The Taft-Nicholson Center Artist-in-Residence Program offers dedicated artists a supportive and transformational environment to further their creative development in a remote setting dedicated to the historical integrity of the land and the preservation of natural habitat and wildlife.
2019 will be the inaugural season for the Summer Fellows Program. In the month of July seven U of U faculty will be in residence in University Village on the Taft-Nicholson Environmental Humanities Education Center campus, working on their individual research agendas in the quiet and peace of the Centennial Valley.
Please join us in celebrating the culmination of the symposium, publication of “Reimaging a Place for the Wild”
In Montana's Centennial Valley, the Taft-Nicholson Center opens minds for life by immersing students in the wild unknown.
The Department of Art & Art History Painting Program is offering 12 students an opportunity to participate in an inclusive Painting Residency at the Taft-Nicolson Environmental Humanities Center in Montana.
Students enjoy a different kind of Fall Break immersed in the beauty of the Taft-Nicholson Center.
Taft-Nicholson Residency Show
Dr. Gail Zasowski and Dr. Dan Wik are coming to Centennial to share their knowledge of the night sky
Robert Smith, a distinguished Research Professor and Emeritus Professor of Geophysics at the University of Utah, has spent nearly 40 years studying volcanic activity in the Greater Yellowstone.
#4180 Painting Special Topics Residency at the Taft-Nicholson Center. July 6th-17th, 2017.
Watch the new film that features our beautiful landscape, the CVA, and many of our wonderful partners across the High Divide.
The Taft-Nicholson Center is calling for applications for the 2017 Artist in Residence!
The 2016 selections for the Artist in Residence program at the Taft-Nicholson Center have been announced
TNCThis graduate seminar explores the relationship of place and geography to our communication about climate change and how we make sense of it.
Students discuss their amazing experiences while participating in the Honors Ecology and Legacy Minor
Centennial Valley's Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is currently working on a sage grouse project; aerial monitoring 49 female grouse radio tagged in April 2014.
The College of Humanities is delighted to announce that Professor Mark Bergstrom has been selected as the next Director for the Taft-Nicholson Environmental Humanities Education Center
The Taft-Nicholson's Center's mission and vision were featured by Big Sky Journal, a high-end lifestyle magazine that captures culture in the Nothern Rockies region.
Explore Big Sky magazine is a publication which explores "life and land from the heart of the Yellowstone region."
The Taft-Nicholson Center was recently profiled in Distinctly Montana, Montana's leading lifestyle magazine.
This form now establishes a formal process for yearly courses held at the Center, which is open from mid June until mid October.
The Centennial Valley Historical Society has been working on Volume II covering 1930-2014 for several years now by collecting stories and photographs and other archival material.
Environmental Humanities graduate student Shaun Daniel is undertaking one such effort this year. His capstone master’s project is focused on solving a real-world issue at the Center concerning water use and habitat.
The Center is now taking applications for the 2015 Artist-in-Residence Program. Apply here.
Here are some great photos of the Reimagine Symposium - just ended in Centennial Valley. It was an incredible event for the Center despite 5 days of crazy weather.
The humanities meets conservation at the Reimagine Western Landscapes Symposium, August 21 - 24th. The 2014 Symposium convenes at the Taft-Nicholson Center for Environmental Humanities Education in iconic Centennial Valley, Montana.
In celebration of the 2014 Artist-in-Residence program, join us for an exciting seven days and six nights in Montana's beautiful and remote Centennial Valley, in the heart of the Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, one hour from Yellowstone National Park.
The Taft-Nicholson Center is pleased to announce that the following artists have been accepted for the 2014 residence program...
Don't miss this unique opportunity to join GYC and guide Dr. David Delehanty for a full weekend of unforgettable guided bird watching!