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Breaking glass ceiling: MSU approaching national average of 33 percent women faculty

Since becoming dean of engineering at Montana State University, Bob Marley has hired two women for high-profile jobs as assistant to the dean and associate dean. By GAIL SCHONTZLER Chronicle Staff Writer A lot of...

Scholarship Opportunities Growing for MSU Bozeman College of Business Students

In a recent letter to the Dean of the College of Business, Richard Semenik, student Eric Gomke of Billings, Montana had this to say about his recent award received at the College of Business sponsored...

New Rules For Team Building-The times are changing–and so are the guidelines for maximizing team performance.

Whenever I board a commercial airline flight, I have the impulse to stick my head in the cockpit and ask, "First trip flying together?" I would never actually do such a thing, of course. But...

Seattle, Boise investors impressed by Spokane-Investment forum brings together area companies (Is Montana ready to have one here?)

No checks changed hands, but entrepreneurs and venture capitalists who attended an investment forum Tuesday in Spokane said the event created new relationships that will ultimately bring more financial capital to Eastern Washington. Bert Caldwell...

New Horizons computer center closes

For awhile, in early 2000, things could hardly have gone better for the Missoula office of New Horizons Computer Learning Center. By MICHAEL MOORE of the Missoulian "We were turning $400,000, $500,000 in sales per...

High-speed ‘wi-fi’ networking takes broadband to the street

Wi-fi may sound like something out of Flash Gordon, but a number of Boston-area businesspeople are showing that the wireless networking technology is giving flight to business opportunities today. Martin Lamonica Special To The Business...

Once-stuffy tech transfer adopts entrepreneurial stance

Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute caught the eye of the business community when it recently lured Anthony del Campo from the private sector to head its technology-transfer program — the licensing of its budding technologies to...

Entrepreneurs Foundation opens Oregon chapter

The Entrepreneurs Foundation, started in 1998 by a group of Silicon Valley venture capitalists who wanted to encourage startups to give back to their communities, has opened an Oregon chapter. The Portland Business Journal The...

Conference lets New Mexico tout high-tech assets

Though no one predicts last week’s Inc 500 conference will result in a mass immigration of companies to New Mexico, by all accounts it was a success, especially with regard to showing off the state...

CerTech Equipment sale

CerTech is selling off its remaining equipment. We have pretty much sold all the major stuff. I have seven of the following computers left for sale as well as some other equipment listed below: HP...

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