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A new report is out that tells the data story of the strain the pandemic has put on child care businesses and the workforce affected in Montana.  

The diversity of the people at the table and their shared interest in thriving families which support a thriving economy, is truly inspiring!

Montana will again join innovative program promoting cybersecurity education opportunities for high school students

“CyberStart America gives high school students across Montana an engaging opportunity to unlock their cybersecurity skills,” Governor  Steve Bullock said.

Carroll College adding Master of Social Work degree

President John Cech said the new program is the next major piece of the college’s “Health Professions Initiative,” which is intended to meet workforce and patient needs throughout the nation.

2021 Mansfield Lecture: A Conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci – Wednesday, February 17 at 12:00 pm MST, on Zoom

Following the discussion, Associate Director for Science Management for Rocky Mountain Laboratories Dr. Marshall Bloom will discuss the unique resource we have in Montana of the Rocky Mountain Labs and how the Labs play a key role in our nation’s health by addressing infectious disease threats.

University of Montana Awarded $300K for COVID-19 Economic Recovery for Women in Business

The funds from the U.S. Economic Development Administration will create and support online micro-courses and accelerator programs for rural, Indigenous and urban Montana women interested in or already in business.

Parents organize GoFundMe to support Bozeman teachers

The page was created for parents to thank their kids’ teachers for working in-person during COVID-19. All the money donated will provide free lunches to Bozeman teachers and staff. 

Montanan Fall 2020 – The Magazine of the University of Montana

Students arrive on our campus from all over the world, bringing to UM their varied histories and backgrounds. We are privileged that each student brings with them an individual lens for understanding and a unique set of abilities to influence both UM and the wider world. 

New report from MSU, partner offers suggestions for expanding STEM learning across Montana

The statewide summit included 165 representatives from education, industry, government and nonprofit organizations discussing how to advance science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning in Montana.

Montana State University receives $3 million gift for new master’s program in innovation and management

The gift for the new Master of Science in innovation and management program is from Norm Asbjornson, a Montana State alumnus and Montana native from the small town of Winifred who is well-known at MSU for his philanthropy.

Bozeman schools, nonprofits assist families who need internet, devices

The district originally thought helping families get hotspots, which rely on phone data to create a wifi network, would be the answer. It quickly learned hotspots are provider specific and often run up a phone bill.