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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.

Montana CISO Andy Hanks Shares State Security Actions and Priorities

How does a leading state chief information security officer navigate the cyberattacks targeting his state during the pandemic and beyond? Montana CISO Andy Hanks shows us the way in this interview.

Ask these questions to find out if you’re hiring a good human (not just a smart one)

The CMO of Electric argues that building a team with kind people usually plays second fiddle to those with practical experience, but it’s necessary to success.

A Boeing Exec’s $20 Million Bet on Teaching College Students to Think – Calhoun Discovery Program

Calhoun Discovery Program – A New Way of Thinking About College Education

How Gaming Can Help Learners of All Ages

The idea is not to allow teenagers to spend hours playing Minecraft or Among Us; instead, it’s about creating games that intensify the learning process by stimulating the brain in ways that make the subject matter really stick.

Wyoming Doubles Down on Blockchain with University Center

The University of Wyoming is now one of a few universities in the country to have a blockchain-focused educational center. Stakeholders believe it will attract even more blockchain businesses to the state.

Missoula, Montana -based  ATG to receive local job creation grants for remote workers

Calling it a rare exception, the Missoula Economic Partnership on Thursday sought and received approval to use a state grant to reimburse a local company for several jobs created outside Missoula County.

Working from Home And the Future of Smart Cities

If you could always work remote, would you relocate to a smaller, quieter city?

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.

What Biden’s Win Could Mean for Land Use, Transportation, and Climate

Campaign in poetry and govern in prose, the saying goes. Now that the reality of a Biden presidency is settling in, what does it mean for how the United States plans its future?