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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?

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.

Creative agency challenges ageism with paid internships for over 55s

The Thrive@55 programme aims to challenge discrimination against older workers, and prove that greater diversity can only strengthen a company

Big Sky Economic Development National Veterans Small Business Week Events 11/2-6

As always, the goal is to raise awareness of veteran small business ownership and encourage communities to support their veteran- and military-owned businesses. This year offers an important opportunity to support our veteran and military small business community as they adapt, pivot, and face hardships during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Important Soft Skills and Leadership Practices for Navigating the Virtual Workplace

As the workplace shifts, leaders need to align their soft skills and leadership practices with those changes too.

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.

Introducing Decoder, a new podcast about big ideas and other problems launching Nov. 10

I’m going to interview executives from the worlds of tech and business, policymakers from across government, and a few other assorted troublemakers about the problems they’re solving, the trade-offs they have to make, and the opportunities they see in the future.

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.

The Death and Life of Great American Newspapers – By Gwen Florio (Former Editor of the Missoulian)

Fewer and fewer reporters cover the local institutions whose decisions most directly affect their neighbors’ lives.