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City Club Missoula – Taxes, sports, housing and pandemic dominate virtual “State of the Community”

In the first ever virtual “State of the Community” presentation, Missoula Mayor John Engen, county Commissioner Josh Slotnick and University of Montana President Seth Bodnar touched on taxes, collegiate sports and housing, and the inequities revealed by the pandemic.

City Club Missoula State of the Community 2020: Moving Ahead Together – 5/11 – 11:30-12:30

“State of the Community: Moving Ahead Together” will feature Missoula County Board of Commissioners Chair Josh Slotnick, University of Montana President Seth Bodnar and Missoula Mayor John Engen. KPAX anchor and assistant news director Jill Valley will moderate.

Virtually Recapping of Idaho’s 2020 Legislative Session With The City Club Of Boise

The discussion took place via Zoom meeting to respect social distancing and attendees asked questions via chat and e-mail.

City Club Missoula – From “critical thinking” to suicide, Missoula Schools tackling 21st Century issues

If you’re not in the schools today, you’re probably not as aware of the fundamental changes in curriculum.

City Club Missoula Presents: State of Our Schools: 21st Century Learning – Monday, March 9

Join us for an engrossing look at education today, and a glimpse inside the classroom. What’s the role for digital education? What do our teachers know about how young people learn today?

City Club Missoula Luncheon – State of Our Schools: 21st Century Learning – 3/9 – Missoula

Join us for an engrossing look at education today, and a glimpse inside the classroom.

City Club Missoula – Downtown Missoula hotel, Drift events center, housing on track for September start

“We’ll have a world class events center in the city of Missoula that will attract the kinds of artists we want to attract in this community,” said developer Nick Checota with Clark Fork Riverfront Properties.

6 Teams of University of Montana College of Business Students Compete To Have City Club Missoula Choose Their Web Design

“Experiential learning helps students learn through doing,” said UM management information systems Professor Clayton Looney. “Through hands-on experience working with a local nonprofit, students are better able to apply classroom concepts to solve real-world problems.”

City Club Missoula – Montana art scene is having a ‘renaissance,’ museum director Rafael Chacón says

Chacón, the executive director of the MMAC, explored this growth during a talk, “Montana’s Arts Renaissance: Treasure State’s Rise,” on Monday during the City Club Missoula luncheon at the DoubleTree Hotel. Citing a recent report, he…

City Club Missoula – Cybersecurity expert Sherri Davidoff: Businesses must be proactive to fend off ransomware

“There are tons of instances of people getting hit and nobody knows about it,” said Davidoff.