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Empathy Is The Most Important Leadership Skill According To Research

Empathy has always been a critical skill for leaders, but it is taking on a new level of meaning and priority. Far from a soft approach it can drive significant business results.

Pandemic accelerates decline of kids pursuing traditional four-year degrees – Montana State University welcomes largest incoming class in university history

The changing mindset has led to a rise in Career and Technical Education Centers across the country, which focus on offering kids other options to the four-year path.

Montana State University welcomes largest incoming class in university history

Those new students contribute to an overall enrollment of 16,841, the second largest in MSU history and a 4% increase over last fall. MSU’s all-time enrollment record was set in 2018 at 16,902.

Research awards grow by 38% in last fiscal year at the University of Montana

The University of Montana has announced a record-breaking $138 million in research funding awards during fiscal year 2021.

Traffic Light Or Roundabout: What’s Your Work Like?

So which model is your organisation based on?

Missoula Kicks Off Manufacturing Day with Tours, Demonstrations and More! – Montana Manufacturing Extension Center – Career Opportunities

On Friday, October 1, Missoula manufacturing companies are opening their doors to students, parents, teachers, business leaders and community members to showcase what’s new and what’s next in the world of modern manufacturing.

Rural Perspectives: Enhancing Education and Training Support for Rural Residents

Knowing that employment opportunities and the workforce industry will continue to shift to fields that require more technical skills, there is a need to support individuals in accessing postsecondary education and training to obtain relevant degrees and credentials.

Montana Learning Center awarded $360,000 NASA grant

MLC says NASA funding has supported their efforts for years, helping provide a variety of programs that not only encourage engagement with STEM professionals but also help students develop their collaboration and communications skills and build other skills necessary for success in today’s education and work environments.

Code Girls United Free Online program is open for 4th to 8th grade Montana girls (starts first week of October, Monday class and a Wednesday class)

Code Girls United’s mission is to expand the future career opportunities of 4th – 8th grade girls in Montana through hands-on experiences in coding, technology, and business. By building skills and self-confidence, we are teaching young girls to become the leaders of tomorrow.

Montana 10 pushes up retention at University of Montana

Regents pledge to expand pilot program