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Glass art in a cowboy town: UM Western offers premier glass education

The University of Montana–Western, located here, has quietly created one of the best programs in the country for studying the ancient practice.

Making Montana Calls for Makers, Manufacturers, and Students – 2/28-29 – Kalispell, Montana

It will feature interactive exhibits and informative presentations by tech enthusiasts, manufacturers, engineers, artists, crafters and scientists.

Autistic young people deserve serious respect and attention — not dismissal as the pawns of others.

Greta Thunberg is a powerful and visionary leader not despite her youth, gender, disability, or anger — but in large part because she is a young autistic woman rightfully angry

Schools must cultivate skills that translate to work

To prepare students for the future workforce, schools need to teach them skills like flexibility, creativity, tenacity, being self-driven, and collaboration.

The Sooner You Expose A Baby To A Second Language, The Smarter They’ll Be

Just hearing two languages helps babies develop cognitive skills before they even speak. Here’s how – and how you can help them develop those skills.

Montana students display STEM skills in annual Science Olympiad competition

Nearly 1,400 middle and high school students competed at the Montana Science Olympiad state tournament

Plans for Butte medical training center move forward – The Praxis Center

It will be the first independent, non-profit rural health care training facility in the nation.

Montana’s “Become an Alum” program encourages students who didn’t graduate to go back to school

“Become an Alum is aimed at identifying these students and showing them that there is an opportunity to finalize that degree and gain a credential and skills that employers will be looking for as they seek to fill in-demand jobs.”

University of Montana forms video gaming sports team

The new Grizzly Esports team may train in a basement, but they’re hoping to break video gaming stereotypes and bring their sport to a larger audience on campus.

U.S. Senate Unanimously Passes Senator Jon Tester’s FUTURE Act to Renew Tribal College Funding

“Tribal Colleges and Universities provide critical resources and training to the next generation of leaders in Indian Country,” Tester said.


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