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University of Montana research remains critical even as first COVID vaccines released

Even as coronavirus vaccinations slowly pick up speed across the state and nationwide, researchers at the University of Montana continue to learn more about the virus, and prepare for the next pandemic.

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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.

New University of Montana Business Center Buoys Female Entrepreneurs

“To get the rare opportunity for Missoula to headquarter a statewide, SBA Women’s Business Center is a privilege, but it also is a way for the city of Missoula to actually live its values. I cannot wait to hear about the different, women-owned businesses that this new center will support.” Mayor John Engen

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.

Fireside chat: critical Montana State University research supporting Montana – 1/21 – 6PM – Online

In this virtual fireside chat, Dr. Jason Carter and 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.

Miles Community College Offering Meat Processing Professional Certificate

This is a Professional Certificate that can be completed in one year and is 100% virtual, excluding the four internships required to obtain the certificate.

Bullock: The humbling privilege serving as Montana’s governor

The future holders of this office will inherit a better state for our kids and grandkids. To keep leaving it better, let us never lose sight of the opportunity and feeling of promise every kid growing up here deserves.

Educators failing to teach what students need for good jobs

But just being in college isn’t enough. A new study by the nonprofit Strada Education Network reveals that for many surprising reasons students who have the motivation and intellect to do well are still receiving too little guidance on what courses they need to succeed.

MSU featured as case study in report highlighting innovative energy efficiency strategies

“We’re in good company with these case studies,” which include Stanford University and Cornell Tech, said Megan Sterl, MSU’s engineering and utilities manager. “It shows that we’re proving a model of energy conservation and innovation that can be adopted by others.”

Montana State University researchers receive $6 million to advance quantum internet

“We’re looking a decade or more ahead, and this is where the internet is going,” said project leader John Roudas, professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in MSU’s Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering. “This is a very good opportunity for MSU to play a leading role in this arena.”