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City Club Missoula – Western Montana’s PSC candidates debate energy regulation, climate change

While a number of issues separate western Montana’s two candidates for the Public Service Commission, the largest division may lie in their views on clean energy and the state’s transition to the energy future.

University of Montana, City of Missoula consider merging resources, services (It’s about time!)

“Why don’t we merge resources? We’re in budget constraints, why don’t we merge libraries, why don’t we merge police departments?”

“We can’t be seen as this little enclave across the Clark Fork (River). We actually have to be integrated with the community,” said Reed Humphrey, acting UM provost.

11 characteristics that identify leadership “shapers”

“Shapers” are energized by change and see their role as spotting and navigating possibilities, writes Jonas Altman, who lists 11 qualities of such people. “The intention is to become unflappable and adapt to change with grace,” he writes

10 next-generation leaders on leadership

Ten members of Fast Company’s Impact Council explained that leaders need to embrace speed, uphold decency, and explore new ways to connect.

Governor Bullock Announces Montana Ambassador Award Recipients

“It’s my honor to recognize this group of hard-working Montanans and Ambassadors who help ensure that Montana remains one of the best places in the country to live, work, play, start a business and raise a family,” said Governor Bullock. “This commitment to growing Montana’s economy, creating more good-paying jobs, and revitalizing communities across the state is vital to our continued success.”

Montana State University scientist Blake Wiedenheft who shared in Nobel Prize-winning research celebrates award announcement

Wiedenheft, whose work in Doudna’s lab as a postdoctoral researcher contributed to the breakthrough discovery that earned her what is widely considered science’s top honor, immediately sent a heartfelt note of congratulations to his mentor, whom he described as a humble champion of higher education.

“We’re In This Together” Update MEDA Fall Conference and Candidate Forum Agenda – 10/13-15 – Online – Register Now!

The agenda has some interactive segments – look it over and be prepared to share.  Thank you!

Visit Montana Launches Unique ‘Montana Aware’ Video Series

“Visit Montana at the Montana Department of Commerce continues to put safety first and adventure second as we remind residents and visitors of the public health best practices that can help to slow the spread of the virus,” Commerce Director Tara Rice said. “This new video series will remind travelers that we take safety seriously and expect visitors to do the same.”

Montana Governor hopefuls differ on plans for economic recovery – Montana Election Guide

Unlike Gianforte, Cooney would like to transition away from fossil fuels and toward renewable energy.

University of Montana Announces New Certificate of Nonprofit Administration

The mission of our department is to provide a cutting edge public sector education for our students from high-quality faculty committed to applied research and teaching.