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Montana Senator Jon Tester’s Bill Aims to Address Critical Doctor Shortage in Montana

Tester’s Rural Physician Workforce Production Act strengthens partnerships between medical schools and rural hospitals, recruits new residents to frontier communities

University of Montana ‘Happiness Course’ a Bright Spot for Local Residents During Pandemic

“Old age is not an easy road to travel in the best of times,” said 87-year-old Missoula resident Lidia Donahue.

Video – How Brain Implants Will Revolutionize Learning

Artificial intelligence (AI) experts are suggesting that learning may become obsolete in 20 years due to brain implants. Yes, you read that right: brain implants!

Montana Career Opportunity – Vice President for Institutional Advancement – Carroll College

The advancement staff is responsible for establishing and maintaining positive relationships between the college and its alumni, friends,community, and donors. Through personal engagement and regular communication, the advancement team encourages financial support of the institution…

School Cybersecurity Is Everyone’s Responsibility

When it comes to cybersecurity, “hope” is not an effective prevention strategy.

The 32nd annual University of Montana’s $50,000 John Ruffatto Business Startup Challenge – 0ct. 8 – 5PM –

Applications to compete in the fall 2021 event are currently being accepted. However, competitors are encouraged to reach out to the UM Blackstone LaunchPad this summer to solidify business ideas and obtain assistance on submitting applications before the Sept. 8 deadline.

Report: Montana averages one child care slot for every three kids

“The child care challenges that we’re talking about today have existed for many years; they’ve been highlighted even more as the result of the pandemic,” says Xanna Burg, KIDS COUNT Coordinator.

The Power of Nudges: Maya Shankar on Changing People’s Minds

Inspired by her own experiences, her podcast, is fittingly called A Slight Change of Plans. Shankar has intimate conversations with her guests about how they have navigated life’s challenges.

Montana Learning Center awarded grant to build new observatory and more

The center says the funds will be used to upgrade telescopes in the existing observatories, enhance public outreach, and promote awareness of the facility.

J. A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation provides free all-day kindergarten for more than 1,000 Idaho students.

Some studies show that students who attend all-day kindergarten have higher grades, better behavior, and accelerated learning in later grades, especially among vulnerable students.