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Blue & Gold News from Montana State University President Cruzado

It has been a wonderful and busy spring, with your university hosting numerous groundbreaking celebrations for future buildings that will provide transformative opportunities for MSU students from across our great state and beyond.

Montana State University to host Student Research Celebration on April 25

This celebration, organized by the MSU Undergraduate Scholars Program, will highlight the research of more than 130 undergraduate and graduate students from academic programs across campus. Additionally, campus organizations will be present to share the resources they offer to students.  

Digital Divide: Bridging the Urban-Rural Connectivity Gap

Addressing the rural-urban education gap should be a priority for today’s policymakers.

New Missoula library lending free mountain bikes to kids

The Missoula Youth MTB Library lending children mountain bikes for the summer

Estado de Montana ofrecerá programa gratuito en español sobre oportunidades de educación superior 4/18 – 5/16

Montana State University ofrece un programa gratuito de cinco sesiones en español esta primavera para brindar a la comunidad latina del Valle de Gallatin información y la oportunidad de obtener un certificado en temas relacionados con la educación superior.

Professional Climbers, Including Montana’s Conrad Anker, Outdoor Athletes File Briefs Supporting Youth Plaintiffs in Climate Lawsuit

“As an ice climber the threat of climate change is very real. We can look at the statistics of a shortened winter, but it really strikes home when you go to your favorite area and a climb that you’re familiar with, that shapes up every year, is absent,” Anker wrote in an amicus brief filed in support of 16 youth plaintiffs who won a landmark victory in the climate lawsuit Held v. Montana last summer.

University of Montana Research Discovers New Way to Generate Human Cartilage

Grimes said there is a critical unmet need for new methods to regenerate human cartilage for the 230,000 children born annually in the U.S. with craniofacial defects. Growing cartilage in the laboratory also could lead to effective treatments to repair craniofacial cartilage damage due to injuries.

University of Montana deciding future of programs

The University of Montana is currently evaluating 67 of its academic programs. They’re determining which programs are thriving, which need modifications, and which may need to be let go.

Do I need a four-year degree?

The U.S. labor market continues its hot streak, adding 303,000 jobs last month — more than expected. Many of these jobs will require a four-year degree despite a push among some employers to eliminate these requirements. On today’s show, we look at the state of the job market for people without a four-year college degree.

Bozeman task force creates early plan to address child care accessibility

After “community input sessions and the 440-plus survey results,” the task force’s findings culminated in a new strategic plan, said Tori Sproles, who helps lead the group as the director of Child Care Connections. The plan’s details are listed in an online document.