College Of Technology
City College diesel mechanic student Derek Brown and Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer unveil the new City College sign Wednesday morning during a ceremony celebrating the renaming of the College of Technology.
Marsha Riley, dean of City College, speaks during a Wednesday morning ceremony celebrating the renaming of the College of Technology to City College.
Great cities and excellent education help to build each other.
Goodbye, College of Technology.
Enrollment at Montana State University Billings dropped by 3.6 percent this fall from last year.
While the presentations stood in stark contrast to each other, the heart was the same at a pair of events held Tuesday that bookended Billings' public Sept. 11 memorials.
Ceremonies are planned on Tuesday to honor those who died in the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Jordan LeClair, 19, is paying her own way through college.
Here are faculty and staff hired during the past year at Montana State University Billings:
This spring at its 85th annual commencement, Montana State University Billings set a record with 1,028 graduates. The grads of 2012 included 122 degrees in the College of Allied Health Professions; 287 degrees in the College of Arts and Sciences; 109 degrees in the College of Business; and 1…
Ambrose Taylor, a recent graduate of the MSU Billings College of Technology, will be one of 10 system support specialists at Cisco Live 2012, a five-day conference providing the latest in computer networking support and information technology solutions.
Montana State University Billings graduated more students in 2012 than in any other year of its history. The 1,028 graduating last weekend included 347 from the College of Technology and 98 earning master’s degrees.
Faculty, staff and administrators at the University of Montana College of Technology are trying to find consensus on a new name for the school.
Reed Buell of Fluke corporation demonstrated his company's infrared imaging devices during a workshop at the College of Technology.
An infrared camera shows workshop participants sitting in a classroom at MSUB College of Technology on Thursday.
MSUB College of Technology student Nick Rogers tests out an infrafred camera during a workshop on the campus Thursday.
MSUB College of Technology students, from left, Nick Rogers, PJ Botch and Jon Troxell test out infrared cameras during a workshop at the campus Thursday.
MSUB College of Technology student Nathaniel DeBats tests out an infrared camera during a workshop on Thursday.
The University of Montana plans to ask state lawmakers at the 2013 legislative session for the entire $47 million it would cost to build a new College of Technology on the University Golf Course.
Montanans are not shy about saying what we mean and spelling out common-sense solutions to the challenges of the day. As an educator and volunteer regent of higher education, I enjoy hearing what people think the Montana University System should deliver to Montana citizens and our 48,000 stu…