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University of Montana Receives Over $10M for Research Center on Population Health

The center will support epidemiological and mathematical modeling approaches to better understand risk and resilience factors for children’s health outcomes.

Internet access has never been more important for Montana students, but gaps remain. Can you help?

Billings superintendent Greg Upham has repeatedly said that access is an equity issue for remote learning — something that is a barrier to student learning that kids can’t control.

The Blackstone LaunchPad – COVID-19 Resources for Entrepreneurs

The Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars team is here to help our entrepreneurial community at this unprecedented and challenging time.

Montana Learning Center is excited to announce its Inaugural Big Sky Star Festival coming this July 17, 18 and 19 – Canyon Ferry Lake

Astronomy experts from across the nation will be there to share expertise and experiences.

The Real Threat to Business Schools from Artificial Intelligence

Will MBAs educated today using methods from the past be employable for the jobs of the future?

Powerhouse Digital Advertising Company LumenAd Assists with UM Business Course

The course provides students with a solid understanding of the digital marketing landscape and can help them differentiate themselves as digital marketers.

CANCELLED – innovateUM 2020: The Future of Work – 4/8 – Missoula

How can higher education partner with the public and private sectors to foster a resilient, adaptable workforce?

Zero to Five helps caring Montanans make a lasting difference through local and statewide work, giving children a great start in life and a promising future.

We believe that every child deserves a great start, and we know that when we improve a child’s first five years, we improve their whole life.

Kalispell-based Code Girls United Announces Major Financial Gifts, Sets Annual App Building Competition

Kalispell-based nonprofit will host regional Northwest Regional App Challenge May 2-3 at Flathead Valley Community College

University of Montana Awarded $20,000 for Women’s Entrepreneurship

The grant will support UM’s Pursue Your Passions program, which encourages innovative, equitable, prosperous and collaborative futures for all.