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University of Montana brewing science beer on tap at Draught Works

“We’re learning the very hard science behind it all, which I think is very cool,” said Lillian Vaughn, a student pursuing the certificate.

Meet the man who wants to electrify every building in America – Montana PSC warns natural gas bills could rise 50% or more

Donnel Baird’s startup, BlocPower, has already electrified 1,200 low-income buildings in New York City—and he’s just getting started.

Montana Family Farms: Farm to School programs grow during supply chain, staffing shortage issues

Montana Farm to School Coordinator Aubree Roth said more than 120 schools and afterschool programs across Montana are involved in their procurement, education and school gardening programs.

MSU spinout Resilient Computing wins $90,000 NASA entrepreneurship prize

“This is the culmination of a lot of effort to move this technology out of the lab and into the private sector,” said LaMeres, professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in MSU’s Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering. “A lot of people, especially at MSU, have helped us get here.”

Headwaters Economics – Outdoor economy, funding equity, Indigenous areas, new staff

Using new data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Headwaters Economics updated its analysis of the outdoor recreation economy. Interactive maps, charts, and graphs make it easy to see the impacts of the outdoor economy in every state. While this sector declined by 19% from 2019 to 2020, it is still one of the most significant in the U.S. economy.

TONIGHT!!! – Maintaining Civility in an Age of Division: University of Montana Mansfield Dialogue December 1 – Online

Does civility still exist in politics? Join four retiring long-time Montana legislators who will discuss how civility has changed in their communities and in the state Capitol, as well as their ideas on how to foster civil discourse in the political arena.

University of Montana College of Business Ranks Best in Big Sky

The Big Sky Conference comprises 12 universities in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, California and Utah. The UM College of Business came in 166th in the nation, 78 spots ahead of other business schools in Montana. UM tied atop the Big Sky Conference with the College of Business and Economics at the University of Idaho.

Montana State University releases new television commercial highlighting WWAMI Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho new resident physician program

WWAMI is a cooperative program with the University of Washington School of Medicine and the states of Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho. It allows Montana students to attend their first two years of medical…

Wyoming Governor Gordon to use $27 million in relief money to sponsor the first year of the Wyoming Innovation Partnership (WIP)

The Wyoming Innovation Partnership will focus on growing technology and entrepreneurship programs with the ultimate goal of diversifying Wyoming’s workforce and attracting new businesses.

“The New Map of Life” The 100-year life is here. We’re not ready.

We can meet challenges that longevity creates if we act now, guided by these principles: