Marilynn Miller and Leslie Scharfe have joined the staff at Elation Inc., a personal development and employee engagement firm. They may be reached at 294-2400.
Montana State University Billings officials have ramped up efforts to fill several high-profile positions at the university.
Montana State University Billings officials have released conceptual drawings of a planned $15 million renovation of its 66-year-old Sciences Building, providing a first glimpse of what the building could look like.
MSUB Foundation president and CEO Marilynn Miller talks about her time with the foundation.
Montana State University Billings Chancellor Rolf Groseth immediately started planning the next step for the renovation of the university’s science building after hearing that Gov. Steve Bullock signed several money bills into law Monday.
Bruce and Kathryn Carpenter could not have helped but think of their former home in Billings when they gazed on artwork they bought while Bruce was president of Eastern Montana College.
Marilynn Miller of the MSUB Foundation talks about the five pieces of art that were donated to the foundation to raise money for scholarships.
Yellowstone Art Museum registrar Nancy Clark, left, and facilities mangaer/preparer Thomas Lund peel off the protective coating on a framed Russell Chatham lithograph, "Evening River," at the museum's Visible Vault on Friday.
Marilynn Miller, left, and Shannon Behounek of the MSUB Foundation look at a Russell Chatham lithograph that was donated to the foundation to raise money for scholarships. Four pieces by Chatham and one Ted Waddell painting were unpacked at the Yellowstone Art Museum's Visible Vault on Friday.
Jordan LeClair, 19, is paying her own way through college.
The well-known and much-loved former director of the Montana State University Billings library died of cancer at her home Monday night, university officials announced Tuesday afternoon.
Justine Simons enjoyed playing volleyball at Laurel High School as well as running track.
Early one morning in September, Montana State University Billings student Caitlyn Linder finished her night shift at Walmart, drove to campus at about 6:30 a.m. and walked to the library, where she waited for it to open.
Family Service Inc., a nonprofit organization operating on behalf of low-income families in Billings and Yellowstone County since 1906, has announced new leadership positions in its administrative staff and board of directors.
Enrollment at Montana State University Billings is ahead of last fall by 141 students, bringing the total to within striking distance of breaking last year’s record of 5,335 students.
Students at Montana State University Billings are adept at juggling things.