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STARBASE program provides Montana students with STEM experience

“Last year we had over 10,000 students participate and there is well over 150 schools,” says Schmaltz.

Students take aim at Montana state archery tournament

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) Education Specialist Ryan Schmaltz. says the program is growing quickly and has expanded from just a few schools to many.

Bozeman ranked as nation’s best college town

The website also points to the value of the education MSU provides and Bozeman’s location relative to an abundance of national forests and parks.

A Discussion on Montana’s Tech Hub – Montana Ambassadors – 5/8 – Seattle, WA

Speakers include: Paul Green, Director of the Montana Department of Commerce, Jason Yager, Executive Director of Montana Photonics & Quantum Alliance, Les Craig, Managing Director of Next Frontier Ventures, and Jenni Graff, Director of Early State Montana.

Headwaters Tech Hub, 🌐International Day of Light, Select USA Spinoff, Quality Alliance Library, and so much more!

Please join Executive Director and Regional Innovation OfficerTim VanReken, and many more Headwaters Tech Hub (HTH) leaders and consortium members for a virtual presentation on the Phase II application submitted in late February.

How a second language can boost the brain

Being bilingual benefits children as they learn to speak — and adults as they age.

Student Loans – Are You Kidding Me??? – Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

John Oliver discusses the state of student loans, the House vote to ban TikTok, why House Republicans refused to attend their work retreat, and, of course, Left Shark.

Join us for a conversation with one of the greatest CEOs in the world on 3/27

Beginning March 27, we’re bringing you a monthly opportunity to have genuine conversations with global tech and business leaders. 

The FCC Now Says Broadband Speed Should Be at Least 100 Mbps

The old broadband standard of 25 Mbps wasn’t cutting it anymore.

The rural workforce is changing. Colleges are scrambling to keep up. 

Across America, rural workforces have been stretched beyond recognition in the wake of the pandemic. The sudden move toward telework has shifted housing and labor markets, creating a crisis of affordability for long-time residents plus a growing demand for hands-on labor in health care, construction and other fields. Amid rapid change, colleges are struggling to adapt fast enough to meet their communities’ needs.