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Bozeman nonprofit uses millions to help ease affordable housing crisis

They went from around $650,000 in construction in progress in 2018 to $4.8 million in that same category in 2019.

Rethink Youth: Elevate Student Voices Into Community Conversations

On this panel, both students and community leaders will come together to elevate the importance of student voice in community and philanthropic initiatives. This panel will examine how education systems and municipalities can develop and support youth participation and empowerment.

Montana State University students serve on local nonprofit boards

Eight Montana State University students are serving on the boards of local nonprofit organizations this year through the MSU Leadership Institute’s Boardroom Bobcats mentorship program, which is now in its fifth year.

Prospera Business Networks 35th Awards Celebration – 2021 Business Awards Finalists Announced!

We’re switching things up in 2021! Join us for the Prospera Business Awards Luncheon on April 20, 2021. That’s right, we’re combining the awards with the luncheon this year and we are looking forward to celebrating our incredible business leaders with you all.

February 2021 Tell Us Something Newsletter

2020 brought many unexpected surprises. This month has me feeling reflective and grateful. Yes, grateful. 2020 brought many opportunities along with its challenges. And many new stories.
 

Yes, good leaders are authentic leaders — but here’s what that actually means

If you go on Amazon, you can find over 40,000 books on how to be more authentic. Clearly, we have a problem if we have to spend so much money just to be ourselves. But the cost, as I see it, is not just to our pocketbooks.

Parsing The Press: Conflicts Of Interest And Off-The-Record Threats

Journalists try to keep an ethical distance between themselves and their news sources, but that presents challenges sometimes. This week’s guest, University of Montana Journalism Professor Dennis Swibold, discusses that relationship — and the criticism aimed at female journalists that sometimes crosses lines that shouldn’t be crossed.

Learning Empathy Takes Practice. Lots of It. That’s Where Virtual Reality Can Help

Mursion’s simulations use real actors in A.I.-generated scenarios–no bulky headset required. It could be the future of workplace learning.

Guns coming to campus (and nearly everywhere else): Permitless concealed carry of firearms now legal in Montana

“Gun control measures don’t prevent criminals from perpetuating violence or crime,” said Gianforte. “Gun control measures step on the rights of law abiding citizens and our Second Amendment is very clear, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

The Happiness Project One-Sentence Journal: A Five-Year Record Diary

This daily ritual is highly do-able and provides a striking sense of accomplishment, and as the years go by you can see how your entries evolve.