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Education initiative helps students to understand algorithmic bias (Everyone should take this course!)

The project introduces young people to important ideas around digital literacy and helps students to see the impact of personal bias on algorithm design.

Montana Chamber Foundation Announces Partnership with Montana State University Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Thanks to the support of MSU and Dean Mark Ranalli at Jabs, contestants in this competition will have the opportunity to connect with peers studying and practicing entrepreneurship, and compete for $10,000 in scholarships to continue their studies at Montana State University.

Fireside chat: critical MSU research supporting Montana – Jan 21 – 6:00-7:00PM – Online

In this virtual fireside chat, Dr. Jason Carter and Dr. Jayne Morrow from MSU’s Office of Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education will discuss critical research efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic with a panel of highly distinguished faculty.

These are the 3 skills you need to succeed in 2021

If you’re looking to advance your career this year, the executive director of Harvard Business School Online suggests you hone your skills in these key areas.

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Gallatin College MSU featured in Photonics Spectra

Montana has one of the densest per capita clusters of optics and photonics institutions in the U.S. To meet local and national workforce demands Gallatin College MSU offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in photonics and laser technology.

We’re in the midst of a caregiving crisis. Here’s how Biden may address it

President-elect Biden’s $775 billion proposal to invest in the caregiving economy and expand access to childcare is projected to add 5 million new jobs.

I’m a high school sophomore. Here’s how schools can teach kids to solve real-world problems

Rather than starting with the solution, students should first be taught to research and investigate the problem.

University of Montana Institute Selects First Cohort of Baucus Leaders for Montana

Students chosen for Baucus Leaders Montana will have the opportunity to make a difference as they participate in project-based learning with offices throughout the state in the summer of 2021.

University of Wyoming researchers find way to convert coal to graphite using microwaves

The process uses relatively simple materials: a conventional microwave oven, copper foil and glass containers.

11+ Best Science Websites for Interactive Learning

These websites offer great interactive content for curious minds of all ages.