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Women striving forward amid pandemic, but still need support – Pursue Your Passions at the University of Montana

The Pursue Your Passions program builds educational, experimental and entrepreneurial programs for Montana women to create more equitable, prosperous and collaborative futures for all.

“The Prospects, Investing in Montana’s Future Business Leaders” Youth Entrepreneur contest could shape future of Montana small businesses

They’re offering over $52,000 in scholarship aid to winners and first prize winners also get to take advantage of an online internship. The money could help shape the future of a potential local business owner.

Montana State’s $50K Venture Competition to be held virtually April 7-8

The competition with two tracks, social venture and traditional venture, is open to all MSU undergraduate and graduate students, MSU faculty and staff, and MSU alumni who have graduated within the last 10 years.

Rethink Youth: Elevate Student Voices Into Community Conversations

On this panel, both students and community leaders will come together to elevate the importance of student voice in community and philanthropic initiatives. This panel will examine how education systems and municipalities can develop and support youth participation and empowerment.

Applications still being accepted to lead Great Falls College-MSU

There is less than a week left for applications to be accepted for the next dean of Great Falls College-MSU. Applications will be accepted through February 26. The current dean, Susan Wolff, is retiring in…

Rocky Vista University Medical School Proposes Billings, Montana Campus – First for Montana

Rocky Vista University (RVU) announced today that it has selected Billings, Montana as the proposed site for development of a four-year medical school – the first of its kind in the state of Montana.

Montana State University students serve on local nonprofit boards

Eight Montana State University students are serving on the boards of local nonprofit organizations this year through the MSU Leadership Institute’s Boardroom Bobcats mentorship program, which is now in its fifth year.

Montana Learning Center looking to give young scientists a great summer with camp opportunities

“It’s huge. I mean just the social and emotional aspect of it alone is huge,” said Hanahoe. “This year it’s just as important because some kids are going to school one day a week or two days a week. Most of them are online and the camps are an important opportunity because they get to be outside spending time with their peers while still being safe.”

Build Montana pilot program giving Billings students leg up in construction industry

“Our biggest issue – if you talk to a contractor, you talk to equipment dealers across the state – we don’t have enough people to do the work,” said MCA board member Adam Gilbertson. “We don’t have enough talented employees to complete the work we’re trying to do every day.”

New Montana State University center provides tools to promote critical thinking, discuss ethical implications of science

“The rapid advancements within several science and technology growth areas, such as artificial intelligence or pandemic responsiveness, require an intentional and rigorous eye toward the ethical and societal impacts,” Carter said. “The STES is well positioned to be a major contributor in this space.”