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Gallatin College MSU designated as National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense

“On a national level, this designation validates our cybersecurity program, its rigor and the value of the curriculum for the students,” said Stephanie Gray, dean of Gallatin College MSU.  “This designation will provide more opportunities for students at a global level.”

Montana State receives grant to host geospatial skills camp for high schoolers in five rural Montana communities

“Montana is one of the most rural states in the U.S., with 75% of school districts considered rural – the highest proportion of any state,” Taylor noted in the grant application. “Consequently, not just many but most Montana young people grow up with few or no STEM opportunities beyond school-based classes, which also can be quite limited due to small school sizes and STEM teacher shortages.”

Now Is The Time To Get Transportation Right

With record amounts of federal funding for transportation projects underway, a new NRDC scorecard ranks the states on their transportation priorities.

Here’s a novel way for contractors to pitch ideas to the Defense Department

And let’s talk about this year old effort on videos, and just to get a progress report, how many videos have been presented and what are you generally getting in from vendors and what types of products are they pitching in this manner?

If you’re driving in Montana this winter you need to know about these sites before you set off.

Check on road conditions before you travel

Montana State part of new regional tech hub focused on critical technologies for U.S. national security

The program is designed to drive regional growth by strengthening the region’s capacity to manufacture, commercialize and deploy critical technologies, according to the program’s website.

New cyberinfrastructure core facility supports Montana State University researchers, faculty

RCI’s services fall into three general categories: storage, computation and server hosting.

Is Broadband Affordable for Middle-Class Families? How’s Your State Doing?

Maps show that the availability of low-cost options varies across the U.S.

EDA receives 378 applications for Tech Hubs competition

In total, 48 states and three territories submitted 378 Tech Hubs Phase 1 applications.

Leveraging the Choice Not to Travel

The pandemic accelerated the growth of remote services and telecommuting. Now is the time for urban planners to leverage these new opportunities to reduce vehicle miles traveled.