Bruce Parker once described his job as athletic director at Carroll College as the "greatest job ever."
Bruce Parker, who helped Carroll College become one of the most successful NAIA athletic programs in the nation, is returning home to Billings to become the new athletic director at Rocky Mountain College.
Rocky Mountain College will begin interviewing candidates next week for its vacant athletic director position, and the Frontier Conference school is hoping to have the job filled by the end of the month.
Rocky Mountain College President Bob Wilmouth has formed a committee to review the criteria used for choosing candidates for honorary degrees. It’s among several committees he has formed in the last year.
Bozeman entrepreneur Greg Gianforte was greeted with applause from an attentive audience when he spoke Saturday at Rocky Mountain College’s commencement.
Rocky Mountain College has been recognized for many years as one of the region’s premier high-value, student-centered institutions. Recent changes have made it even better.
A meeting Wednesday between faculty at Rocky Mountain College and college President Bob Wilmouth yielded no change in the choice of the school’s spring commencement speaker.
Bozeman businessman Greg Gianforte will speak during Rocky Mountain College’s May 3 commencement ceremonies, despite a controversy over an invitation for him and his wife, Susan, to speak at Montana Tech's graduation.
Winifred, Mont., was a long way from anywhere, and growing up there Heather Heggem understood the unique needs of a rural community.
RiverStone Health Foundation has announced its board of directors for 2013. They are Bruce Parker (chair), senior vice president of First Interstate Bank; Steve Wahrlich (vice-chair), owner of Best Western ClockTower Inn; Mary Hernandez (treasurer), owner of Invisage Consulting, and Rob Hunt…
Johnathan Diem learned a lot about looking for a job by being on the other side of the table.
Robert Wilmouth, interim president of Rocky Mountain College, was chosen Friday by the RMC board to fill the job permanently.
Robert Wilmouth is the interim president at Rocky Mountain College. He has applied to fill the job permanently.
Robert Wilmouth, a retired cardiovascular surgeon, became interim president of Rocky Mountain College on Jan. 1. He has applied to keep the job beyond his current term, which ends June 30.
Robert Wilmouth, the former director of Rocky Mountain College's master's of physician assistant program, became the interim president of the college Jan. 1.
Twenty-nine students will graduate from the Rocky Mountain College Master of Physician Assistant Studies program Aug. 22.
In a sustained effort to add muscle to the Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program at Rocky Mountain College, Tanja Wardell, a practicing PA at St. Vincent Healthcare, will join the faculty on Feb. 15.
Doctor shortages, especially in rural and underserved areas of Montana, aging baby boomers and a changing health care system have thrust the demand for physician assistants into the national spotlight — and Rocky Mountain College has strategically positioned itself to be on the cusp of the boom.
Competition is fierce; the program intense.