Montana State University Billings announced on Wednesday that City College Dean Marsha Riley has resigned.
Montana State University Billings’ City College announced on Friday that it has named Florence Garcia as its new associate dean.
In the next few years, City College at Montana State University Billings won’t see the phenomenal growth that it had over the past decade.
Marsha Riley, dean of City College, speaks during a Wednesday morning ceremony celebrating the renaming of the College of Technology to City College.
Keith Emineth, a recent graduate of the Montana State University Billings College of Technology, likes his alma mater's new name.
Here are faculty and staff hired during the past year at Montana State University Billings:
City College at MSUB.
Zane Hammond lives in the dorms at the main Montana State University Billings campus but attends classes at the College of Technology seven miles away.
The Montana State University Billings College of Technology hopes to offer more general education classes this fall to pump up programs for students wishing to transfer to four-year degrees.
Chef Tom Siegel tastes Harissa soup prepared by student chef Jeremy Voisine, right, as he waits for the verdict. Nearly all of the students in the culinary arts program have jobs before graduation.
Second-year student Keven Kidder sifts flour for one of his projects last week in the culinary arts program at the College of Technology Missoula campus.
A College of Technology student enjoys a turkey wrap in the dining room at the school. One of the fringe benefits of having the program at the school is that all students get to enjoy the fruits of of the culinary program's labor.
Tom Siegel, second from left, a culinary arts instructor and executive chef, answers questions from students in the culinary arts program at the College of Technology Missoula campus. Tagine cooking, using ceramic pots from the Maghreb region of northwest Africa, is just one of the areas of …
Two-year colleges aren't a popular option in Montana. Only 25 percent of Montana college students are in two-year institutions, compared with a national average of 46 percent.
An Eastern Montana College graduate has been named the new dean of the Montana State University Billings College of Technology.