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Going Global. UM’s international efforts link Montana to the world

“I like this place very much, because Missoula is small and, in my opinion, a very safe city,” she says. “I like the research possibilities at the campus, and the faculty is very helpful, very understanding – and very demanding, as well.”

“Media Arts in the Public Schools (MAPS) receives $40,000 grant from the Steele-Reese Foundation”

The grant will be used to purchase additional filmmaking equipment and underwrite student film production costs and salary support for its current Corvallis School District program.

New book showcases work of MSU graphic design grads

Published in May, the book features 75 designers now plying their trade in studios from New York to Los Angeles.

Arts at the Core. How six school districts, includingCorvallis School District No. 1 , integrate arts education into the curriculum

Gov. Brian Schweitzer has praised MAPS for its potential to attract big-name filmmakers to Montana. A state proposal would expand MAPS statewide in 2007, funding it through a state grant matching what Rosten’s foundation raises.

Montana science scores among top in nation

Superintendent of Public Instruction Linda McCulloch said the results "speak well for the quality of science education provided by Montana’s teachers," but stressed the state can’t afford to rest on its laurels.

Sunburst, Montana High School sends seven students to Intel science fair

Sunburst, Montana may be in the Hi-Line hinterlands, but it’s the center of the science universe.

Montana Tech team headed to Washington, D.C. ‘Task 2’ project selected by Department of Energy for honor

“It’s very exciting for Tech and Montana. We’re going to represent Montana and it’s a big thing,” said Tech professor Kumar Ganesan.

Stevensville and Bozeman High Schools in Montana receive Newsweek Kudos in "America’s Top Schools" Rankings

Stevensville’s almost 450 students – with more than half coming from what is considered low-income families – have access to 12 Advanced Placement courses, the highest in the state for a school of that size.

University of Montana Advertising Team Brings Home Trophy in Regional Competition. Develops $17.5 million dollar campaign

"If you’d have given me a contract to sign at the end of your presentation, I’d have signed it."

Forty-one 5th grade students at Russell Elementary School become the first individual class in the United States to complete a virtual trek across America during one school year (3,200 miles, 15 states).

The accomplishment equates to an average of 78 miles per child, or the equivalent of 3 marathons each!