Montana Education Excellence

Sorry, we couldn't find any posts. Please try a different search.

Montana State research expenditures hit all-time high

That figure marks a 16% increase over the previous year’s total expenditures of $167 million reported to the National Science Foundation and adds to more than a decade of research expenditures topping $100 million, according to Jason Carter, MSU’s vice president for research, economic development and graduate education.

Weighing the Costs and Benefits of Preschool and Childcare Policies

Identifying the specific macroeconomic costs and benefits of those programs for the U.S. economy between now and 2051.

Montana State University announces philanthropic gift of $101M, the largest donation ever to a college of nursing in the U.S.

Montana State University (MSU) today announced a philanthropic gift of $101 million for its College of Nursing from Mark and Robyn Jones, founders of Goosehead Insurance Inc. (“Goosehead”) (NASDAQ: GHSD), as they seek to help address one of the most defining challenges of our time — access to health care, particularly for rural and frontier communities.

Montana State University TechLink wins federal award to continue support of Montana tech startups

The $125,000 from the U.S. Small Business Administration will support TechLink’s ongoing assistance to Montana businesses who can benefit from the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, which provide early-stage seed capital to help businesses develop and commercialize new technologies.

August 2021 Montana Manufacturing News

MMEC IS CELEBRATING 25 YEARS! Click here to read more about how manufacturing in Montana has evolved.

Gov. Gianforte announces expansion to Build Montana program

The program is an educational partnership between the Montana Equipment Dealers Association and the Montana Contractors Association. Launched in March of 2020, Build Montana’s focus is to build career paths for students to enter the construction industry.

How will Montana spend big pot of federal child-care money?

$112 million available for next two years

SoftBank Backs Autism Intervention Startup Opya In Its $15.4 Million Series A

“There are 1.5 million kids that need help and need support,” Romney tells Forbes. “Our focus is on early intervention because you can achieve the best overall outcomes by treating kids early in the process.”

Montana State University and partner universities collaborating to enhance cyberinfrastructure access and capabilities

Cyberinfrastructure refers to information technology systems that provide resources to advance data- and computing-intensive science.

Deadline Approaching: Red Ants Pants Foundation Girls Leadership Program – Applications close on August 15, 2021 so please help spread the word!

The dream of building a program to bolster leadership among high school girls in rural communities has been years in the making. And, thanks to your support, we are proudly embarking soon on our 4th year of the program!