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University of Montana Business Students Compete to Design Website for Local Nonprofit

“It is absolutely critical to our students that they work on real projects with real consequences, and that’s exactly what these types of projects provide,” said course instructor Clayton Looney, professor and chair of the Management Information Systems Department.


Seeking Projects for Spring Entrepreneurship MBA Classes

If you are a startup with an interesting business challenge or opportunity (e.g. funding strategy, new market entry, new product rollout) that you would like students to evaluate or analyze, or an existing business seeking strategic analysis on a key decision or growth/expansion opportunity we would love to hear from you.


MSU business students to offer consulting for area businesses and nonprofits

Businesses and organizations that wish to participate in the spring are invited to apply to the MSU Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship. Applications are due by Sunday, Jan. 6.


Montana State University Outreach and Engagement Council awards seven seed grants

The program is designed to bring MSU faculty, staff and students together with local and regional partners to address the needs of Montana’s communities.


The Greater Ravalli Foundation seeks to financially support the growth and development of Ravalli County’s public education system.

Project Bitterroot – Do Something Greater Than Today


Washington Foundation Gift to The Max S. Baucus Institute Creates Path to Public Service for University of Montana Students

With the gift from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, the Baucus Leaders program now will double the number of UM students interning in the nation’s capital every summer.


Demystifying ERP: Leveraging Technology To Enable Growth, Productivity And Profitability – 11/7 – Bozeman

A new workshop from the Montana Photonics Industry Alliance and MSU Academic Technology and Outreach


University of Montana’s journalism school launches a laboratory. Colleges see a surge in admissions to Journalism schools.

The lab is the school’s bid to make itself Missoula’s go-to resource for local nonprofits, businesses and other members of the public to learn journalism skills that they can use to communicate with their audiences.


University of Montana Global Public Health Program Launches Internship Program

"Why not gain credit for the work you do?" said Peter Koehn, the GPH program director. "Local is always part of global, so we thought we could step in to offer these new opportunities for our students."


Montana State University’s engineering college appoints Boeing Professor

Weaving more discussion of social and ethical responsibility into first-year engineering courses "will not only better prepare engineers, it will also increase their motivation."


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