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City Club of Missoula Presents: Election 2020: What just happened? – 11/9 – 11:30AM on Zoom

Join us as we analyze the recent election: Who is in? Who is out? What might come next?

The University of Montana is seeking instructors/course designers to develop courses for female entrepreneurs!

Our goal is to provide real-world solutions that can be implemented based on practical, hands-on learning rather than theoretical concepts.

Neuroscience Can Help You Become A Better Leader

Not everyone is born a leader. But the good news for anyone who’s not is that those abilities can be developed.

Montana State University Outreach and Engagement Council awards six seed grants

The council awarded grants of up to $5,000 to projects that are mutually beneficial for MSU and community partners and that complement MSU’s land-grant mission. The council has awarded approximately $147,000 since the program started.

MEDA Storytelling and Happy Hour – 11/6 – 11AM MST – Online

Our first event will include storytelling from those who participated in the Tell Us Something professional development training. Register (don’t forget to save the link) and join us!

Snowy Mountain Development Corporation celebrates “EnVision Center” designation

With as many people as could fit in Snowy Mountain Development Corporation’s conference room in Lewistown on Wednesday, and with a few people there virtually, the corporation celebrated being the first economic development corporation in the country to be designated as an EnVision Center by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.

Montana Senator Jon Tester Takes Trump Administration and Senate Colleagues to Task for Playing Games with Amtrak’s Future with Cuts to Empire Builder Service

Senator: “Press releases don’t save the Empire Builder or the jobs or the economy that it creates”

Commerce Committee hearing included testimony from Havre economic development advocate Paul Tuss

City Club Missoula – Western Montana’s PSC candidates debate energy regulation, climate change

While a number of issues separate western Montana’s two candidates for the Public Service Commission, the largest division may lie in their views on clean energy and the state’s transition to the energy future.

University of Montana, City of Missoula consider merging resources, services (It’s about time!)

“Why don’t we merge resources? We’re in budget constraints, why don’t we merge libraries, why don’t we merge police departments?”

“We can’t be seen as this little enclave across the Clark Fork (River). We actually have to be integrated with the community,” said Reed Humphrey, acting UM provost.

11 characteristics that identify leadership “shapers”

“Shapers” are energized by change and see their role as spotting and navigating possibilities, writes Jonas Altman, who lists 11 qualities of such people. “The intention is to become unflappable and adapt to change with grace,” he writes