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War College to investigate Walsh plagiarism allegations

War College to investigate Walsh plagiarism allegations

HELENA — Sen. John Walsh remained steadfast Thursday amid an investigation into whether he plagiarized a research project required for a master's degree, winning fresh backing from fellow Democrats in Montana and the governor who appointed him to the Senate earlier this year.

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UM bests fundraising record, raises $53.7M in fiscal 2014

UM bests fundraising record, raises $53.7M in fiscal 2014

MISSOULA — The University of Montana closed its 2014 fiscal year with a bang, shattering its old fundraising record by more than $16 million while improving its ability to recruit students with additional money for scholarships.

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Former MSU-Northern provost denies harassment

HELENA — A former provost at Montana State University-Northern has denied allegations that she sexually harassed a dean who filed a complaint with the Montana Human Rights Bureau.

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Tester tries again on act to allow troops to defer student loans

MISSOULA — Paying back that college debt doesn’t wait for anyone, including members of the armed services, but a bill bouncing around the nation’s Capitol may soon allow veterans to defer their college loan payments before deployment.

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'This is a wonderful city': 1st day on the job for MSUB chancellor

'This is a wonderful city': 1st day on the job for MSUB chancellor

Mark Nook started his new job as chancellor of Montana State University Billings on Tuesday.

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Registration, orientation for fall classes underway at MSUB

Montana State University Billings has started its orientation and registration sessions for the fall 2014 semester.

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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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New MSUB chancellor wants to get back to face-to-face work with staff, students

New MSUB chancellor wants to get back to face-to-face work with staff, students

Mark Nook might've been the last of four Montana State University Billings chancellor candidates to visit the campus in April, but he finished at the top of the list on Tuesday when he was tapped to lead Montana's third-largest university.

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'I love the tie to the people': MSUB Chancellor Rolf Groseth signs off

'I love the tie to the people': MSUB Chancellor Rolf Groseth signs off

Rolf Groseth will retire on Saturday after three years as Montana State University Billings' chancellor and 37 years working in the Montana University System.

May 03, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Mother, 2 children graduating from MSUB together

Mother, 2 children graduating from MSUB together

Heather Munsell doesn’t get to be one of the mothers who sits in the crowd to enjoy her children’s college graduations.

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Chairman praises MSUB chancellor search committee, expects May decision

The chairman of the 18-person search committee charged with finding Montana State University Billings' new chancellor said on Friday that a decision on the position could come within three weeks, and that he's proud of the group's efforts so far.

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Final chancellor candidate touts MSUB's diversity of education

Final chancellor candidate touts MSUB's diversity of education

The fourth and final Montana State University Billings chancellor candidate said on Friday during an open forum that the university’s options — offering two-year, four-year and master’s degree programs and a strong online program — set it apart.

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MSUB chancellor finalist says 2013 resignation was because he'd achieved his goals

MSUB chancellor finalist says 2013 resignation was because he'd achieved his goals

Ricardo Maestas, one of four finalists for Montana State University Billings’ chancellor position, said Thursday that he resigned from a Texas university presidency in 2013 because he felt he’d done what he was hired to do and it was time to move on.

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3rd chancellor finalist offers strategies on recruitment, graduation, fundraising at MSUB

3rd chancellor finalist offers strategies on recruitment, graduation, fundraising at MSUB

The third finalist for Montana State University Billings’ chancellor position said on Wednesday that the university is and must continue to be strong in meeting the needs of the region.

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1st MSUB chancellor finalist holds open forum

1st MSUB chancellor finalist holds open forum

The first of four finalists for Montana State University Billings' soon-to-be-vacant chancellor position visited campus on Monday, where he met with faculty and school officials before holding an open forum later in the day.

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Walsh, higher ed officials discuss college affordability

Walsh, higher ed officials discuss college affordability

Fresh off of his April 9 cosponsorship of the Federal Loan Refinancing Act, U.S. Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont., met with higher education officials and students at Montana State University Billings on Wednesday to discuss college affordability.

April 16, 2014 1:45 pm Photos

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Yellowstone Hall ground floor

Yellowstone Hall ground floor

This rendering shows the floor plan for the ground floor of the new Yellowstone Hall at Montana State University Billings. 

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Yellowstone Hall second floor

Yellowstone Hall second floor

This rendering shows the floor plan for the second floor of the new Yellowstone Hall at Montana State University Billings.

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Yellowstone Hall

Yellowstone Hall

Officials from Montana State University on Monday debuted designs for Yellowstone Hall, a planned $15 million renovation of its old Sciences Building.

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Yellowstone Hall

Yellowstone Hall

Officials from Montana State University on Monday debuted designs for Yellowstone Hall, a planned $15 million renovation of its old Sciences Building.

April 07, 2014 4:26 pmLoading…

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