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University of Montana’s Medical Residency Placement in Rural Areas Ranks High

The University of Montana’s Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana was recently ranked second in the nation among surveyed residency programs for graduating the most family physicians that go into rural practice.

WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho) is more than just a well-run decentralized medical school

It is precisely this beautiful duality — the pressures of the work and the opportunity to improve the lives of my fellow Montanans — that makes Montana WWAMI (the joint medical school program run through the University of Washington that supports Wyoming, Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho) so dear to me.

GFC-MSU helps bring in new cybersecurity program for high school students

GFC-MSU is tagging along with 12 national cybersecurity centers to help teach high school teachers the basics of cybersecurity.

The science behind 7 great leadership principles

From Indra Nooyi and Ursula Burns to Larry Fink, these leaders embody successful principles, whether they are doing so consciously or not.

How have Icelandic teenagers gone from the biggest drinkers and smokers in Europe to the healthiest in 20 years?

Iceland has managed to reduce the number of teenagers for the past 20 years who regularly drink from 48 % to 5 %, and those who smoke 23 % to 3 %. What is your state doing?

Program Helps New Farmers Find ‘Entrepreneurial Edge’ – Value added: Meat program helps Missoula students learn to raise, butcher, sell

The National Farmers Union offers a free, year-long training program to help new farmers learn the business side of agriculture.

University of Montana eyes Montana Innovation Gateway Corridor at MonTEC, Missoula College

Several years after city officials and the University of Montana sat down with area businesses to discuss the concept behind a technology corridor, a parallel effort has emerged as the school and its tech partners eye the creation of an innovation corridor.

Times Article on Rural School Misses Half the Story – Educational Success

Despite lack of funding, rural schools can serve as sites of learning, community, and excellence. We need to understand both the problems and opportunities to make good education policy.

Montana Chamber Foundation launches high school entrepreneurship contest

The Prospects is a virtual competition that for high school students with new business ideas and existing small businesses. The competition invests in the students, and connects them with mentors. Last year’s total purse was $52,500.

Senator Tester Secures More Than $850,000 in Rescue Plan Funding to Help Montana Students Access High-Speed Internet

“Far too many students across Montana still lack access to reliable broadband services and connected devices, which is why I am proud to have secured this funding to help get more Montana families online.”