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$1.5M Grant from Washington Foundation to Benefit UM, MCPS Education Programs

“Over the last six years, UM and MCPS have taken the lead on building a teaching and learning model that ensures that every child has the opportunity to succeed,” said Mike Halligan, executive director of...

Montana Business Hall of Fame at MSU Billings’ College of Business – 11/6

The Hall of Fame creates an awareness of appreciation of Montana’s rich heritage of business leadership.

City Club Missoula – Housing, enrollment, land use top this year’s State of the Community address

“When we say we’re going to do something, it turns out that often it can happen,” said Engen. “We have relentless opportunities in Missoula, and I like to say we’ve been discovered.”

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University of Montana releases private company’s pricing information, previously blacked out

Pearson proposed three possible ways to charge UM, including taking 50 to 65%, or more, of tuition money, depending on the services provided.

University of Montana students pitch ideas to help Missoula reach zero waste goal

Some ideas follow closely with the city’s adopted plan, addressing access, infrastructure, education and policy. Others viewed zero waste from a different perspective.

Why University-Industry Partnerships Matter

These relationships are dependent on taking these inventions and turning them into actual commodities.

$500,000 award to Missoula’s MonTEC a big boost for state’s bioscience industry

“Here in Missoula, we recognize that ongoing talent development is crucial for our community and economy to thrive. This initiative affords us the opportunity to develop a talent program using bioscience as a model, and...

GRIT (Girls Representing in Trades) spring break program helps Montana girls and non-binary youth build confidence and trade skills

The program aims to introduce girls and non-binary youth to various skilled trades such as construction, electrical, welding and auto mechanics.

Montana State University to offer workshop for new leaders on April 24-25 in Bozeman

The program, which is based on the book “The New One-Minute Manager” by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson, will use classroom learning, simulations and activities. Each participant will receive a copy of the book.

Billings nonprofit gives 50 computers to Northern Cheyenne school

Why not reuse these computers for students who can’t afford them? That started Project REBOOT, or Refurbished Electronics Bring Out Opportunities Together through St. Vincent de Paul.

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