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'The difference in life and death': Regents approve mental health research center

'The difference in life and death': Regents approve mental health research center

With a unanimous vote after passionate statements of support, the Montana University System Board of Regents approved Thursday the creation of new collaborative mental health research effort at Montana State University in Bozeman.

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Regents OK $1.4 billion budget; early numbers show enrollment decrease

Regents OK $1.4 billion budget; early numbers show enrollment decrease

The Montana University System Board of Regents approved Thursday the $1.4 billion budget for the entire system, a number that includes budgets for the 16 universities, colleges and other institutions within the system.

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Regents OK 2-year education outline, will vote on budgets Thursday

Regents OK 2-year education outline, will vote on budgets Thursday

The Montana University System Board of Regents approved two-year education plans, discussed new student programs and got updates on grants and other programs from campuses across the system on Wednesday.

September 17, 2014 7:30 pm Photos

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Paul Tuss elected chair of Montana board of regents

Paul Tuss elected chair of Montana board of regents

HAVRE — Paul Tuss of Havre has been elected the chairman of the state Board of Regents, which oversees the Montana university system.

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Bullock names Billings lawyer, D.A. Davidson CEO to Montana Board of Regents

Bullock names Billings lawyer, D.A. Davidson CEO to Montana Board of Regents

Gov. Steve Bullock announced on Wednesday the appointments of Martha Sheehy and Bill Johnstone to the Montana University System Board of Regents, filling seats vacant since earlier this year.

March 19, 2014 5:15 pm Photos

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Expansion of UM's aging School of Music submitted to regents

Expansion of UM's aging School of Music submitted to regents

MISSOULA — When the National Association of Schools of Music visited the University of Montana in 2010, it found that facilities housing the School of Music failed to meet the expectations of a national program.

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Board of Regents approves plan for new MSU school

GREAT FALLS — The Montana Board of Regents has approved Montana State University’s plans to spend the first part of a $50 million gift from a private donor to plan and design a new College of Engineering building.

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Gazette opinion: Let more high school students earn college credit

Build a house; take a test; earn college credit.

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2 posts open on Montana Board of Regents

Two of the seven positions on the Montana Board of Regents are open for appointment, bringing to three the number of seats Gov. Steve Bullock will have filled with a regent of his choosing in less than a year.

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Regents authorize Montana Tech efforts to buy Billings property

Montana Tech received approval from the Board of Regents on Friday to move forward to purchase property in Billings for one of its operations.

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Board of Regents to discuss boosting enrollment

BOZEMAN — The state Board of Regents is meeting in Bozeman later this week in part to discuss ways to increase enrollment and graduation rates.

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Montana State proposes honors college

BOZEMAN — Montana State University plans to ask the state Board of Regents for permission to upgrade its honors program to an honors college.

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University system anti-discrimination policy adds gender and sexual orientation

BOZEMAN — The state Board of Regents has voted to broaden the university system's anti-discrimination policy to require campuses to ensure there's no discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation.

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Montana Tech to get $10M research center, doctorate program

BUTTE — With their newly approved Ph.D. program in materials science, Montana Tech has positioned itself to make significant strides in its research capabilities. Those capabilities will also be enhanced by a new $10 million research center, which the Board of Regents also approved last week.

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Montana Tech pool to be renovated or replaced

Montana Tech pool to be renovated or replaced

BUTTE — Montana Tech plans to either renovate or replace its swimming pool, which has been closed for about the past two years.

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Regents award Montana Tech doctoral program in materials science

BUTTE —Montana Tech took a giant leap forward when the Montana Board of Regents approved a new doctoral program in materials science as part of a three-institution collaborative.

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Senate turns down Williams for regents

Senate turns down Williams for regents

HELENA — On a mostly party-line vote of 26-23, the Montana Senate on Thursday refused to confirm former U.S. Rep. Pat Williams as a member of the state Board of Regents.

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Williams confirmation as regent up for debate Thursday

HELENA—The Montana Senate will debate and vote Thursday whether to confirm former U.S. Rep. Pat Williams as a member of the state Board of Regents.

April 03, 2013 4:51 pmLoading…
Brouhaha over regent's confirmation hits Senate

Brouhaha over regent's confirmation hits Senate

HELENA — Former U.S. Rep. Pat Williams told a legislative panel Wednesday the New York Times didn’t misquote him but that his comments have been taken out of context by those who think he used the word “thugs” to refer to the entire University of Montana football team.

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Group launches petition to confirm Williams on Board of Regents

Group launches petition to confirm Williams on Board of Regents

MISSOULA — A group backing Pat Williams’ confirmation to the Montana Board of Regents has rallied behind the former U.S. congressman, saying his work on behalf of the University of Montana outweighs any statements he made to the New York Times regarding the university’s past football recruit…

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