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Prospera Pulse

Prospera has teamed up with Audi of Bozeman for a Holiday Mixer. Join us December 3, 1 – 4:30pm at Audi of Bozeman for a great networking opportunity. Complimentary gift bags, charcuterie, and beverages will be provided.

Western Sensibility was founded by a third-generation textile printer and luxury interior designer to operate at the cross-section of art and science. 

Kathryn and Leana built Western Sensibility to champion digital printing technology, which can help the textile and wallcovering industries decrease their carbon footprint while also increasing its creative capacity. Western Sensibility is a new kind of printing studio that blends art, sustainability, and textile technology.

Non-profit helping to create jobs in Missoula – Career Opportunities

Organizers say it’s a chance for job seekers who are 55 and over, parents needing a flexible schedule, and employees who have physical limitations to be able to work.

California Bar Adopts First-of-Its-Kind Guidance on AI for Attorneys

COPRAC recognizes that generative AI is a rapidly evolving technology that presents novel
issues that might necessitate new regulation and rules in the future.

Montana Career Opportunities – The Director of International Programs and The Director of the Defense Critical Language and Culture Program – The Mansfield Center at the University of Montana

The Mansfield Center is currently accepting applications for two senior leadership positions, as two members of our leadership team prepare for retirement and career changes after over a decade of service at the Center. The…

Shared community vision and dedication are key to economic success – National award recognizes the strong partnerships that grow the Great Falls region

GFDA and CEO Brett Doney received the national Jeffery A. Finkle Organizational Leadership Award this fall. This award signifies a community effort to grow the Great Falls region. Partnerships, coalitions, and collaboration are critical to economic development success.

Montana State awarded $3 million to study use of microorganisms in building materials

“This research advances the eco-manufacturing of sustainable building materials using microbes by addressing several key challenges that limit how current biomineralized structures are built, repaired, and recycled,”

Montana State University researcher envisions living building materials that function like bone

Manufacturing the materials used in structures accounts for more than 25% of global carbon emissions, and that one way to reduce the impact is to replace some of their traditional components with materials made by, or including, microbes.

States Begin to Address Media Literacy Through Legislation

New Jersey becomes the latest state to sign a bill centering media literacy in schools, raising further awareness of the need for widespread media literacy policies. But more needs to be done, say experts.

Purdue University Launches Broadband Team to Serve All of Indiana

The team will focus heavily on Indiana’s 76 rural counties and expanding their broadband access.