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A Harvard Happiness Expert Says This Is the No. 1 Myth That Keeps People From Being Happy – Happiness isn’t an emotion.

If you don’t understand what happiness actually is, you’re going to have a hard time achieving it.

Accelerate Montana – We’re back with new initiatives, updates, and opportunities!

In this edition of our newsletter, learn about Accelerate Montana’s upcoming courses in technology, construction, and more! Stay connected and reach out if you would like more information on any of our programs. 

Why leaders should never want to stop learning

“Hoarding what you know is a great way to shut off the flow of learning in your life, so try to do the opposite every day,”

UM Family Medicine Residency Program Receives $750K to Expand Training Sites

The proposed new training sites in Butte and Helena will focus on full-scope family medicine, including obstetrical training, similar to the Missoula and Kalispell training programs.

Montana State recognized for leadership in fostering economic growth, prosperity and innovation

“Our commitment to ensuring the university has a positive impact on talent, innovation and place is exemplified by this designation. We remain focused on working with communities across the state to improve their economic well-being and contribute in meaningful ways to their economic growth.” Alison Harmon, MSU vice president for research and economic development

UM Receives $1.8M to Tackle Rural Health Care Workforce Shortage

OHRP Director Lily Apedaile said Montana is experiencing a severe health care workforce shortage – especially in rural Montana – which will require a systems-building approach to solve.

University of Montana receives $250K to support storytelling in rural, Indigenous communities

The funding will be used to launch four-day intensive audio journalism summer camps in Missoula in July 2024 and 2025.

Michigan high school graduates will be able to attend community college tuition-free.

It marks the realization of a goal Governor Gretchen Whitmer laid out during her 2024 State of the State address, WXYZ, Detroit’s ABC affiliate, reported.  “In our next budget, let’s make the first two years of community college in Michigan tuition free for every high school graduate,” she said back in January. 

“AI won’t take your job. It’s somebody using AI that will take your job.”

“41% of leaders (extremely familiar with AI) expect to redesign business processes from the ground up with AI.”

Montana State receives international recognition for scientific impact

The Leiden ranking is based on articles published in scholarly journals and the impact those publications have on the international community. Impact is measured by the number of times the research is cited in articles by other scientists.