Montana Board Of Regents
MISSOULA — The University of Montana has emerged from a national pool as the school of choice, landing a $45 million grant from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to study and solve the nation’s greatest environmental, cultural and ecological challenges.
MISSOULA — The Montana University System believes its schools are well-positioned to address new guidelines released by the White House this week as it moves to combat sexual assaults on campuses across the country.
The next step in a new dual-enrollment program depends on what Billings high school students decide next week.
Righteous regents. We applaud the appointment of Billings attorney Martha Sheehy to the Montana Board of Regents. A graduate of the University of Montana law school, Sheehy is a past president of the Montana Bar Association and has volunteered on more court, community and education boards t…
BUTTE — If Butte-area Democrats were hoping for a partisan-laced speech by Gov. Steve Bullock on Monday to ring in this election year, they didn’t get it.
BOZEMAN — Revenue brought in by college sports programs dropped compared to last year, according to a new report prepared for the Montana Board of Regents.
MISSOULA — New data on ways to boost college completion rates merged with changing demographics and enrollment trends on Thursday as the Montana Board of Regents opened its monthly session in Bozeman.
As the universities of Montana and Montana State prepare to square off on the gridiron next week in Bozeman, the Montana Board of Regents will gather for its winter session to discuss enrollment trends and ways to get more citizens to college.
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock said Monday that Montana is joining an initiative aimed at finding ways the state can increase college graduation rates.
DILLON -- B.J. Robertson, who has been an assistant football coach at Rocky Mountain College since 2007, has been hired as the new head coach at Montana Western.
HELENA — The governor lauded the Montana Board of Regents for its move Friday to freeze college tuition for the next two years.
MISSOULA — The removal of Pat Williams from the Montana Board of Regents on Thursday fired up bloggers, leaving some to celebrate the vote and others saying it stank of partisan politics.
HELENA — The Montana Senate is backing a plan that directs colleges to allow students to carry guns on campus.
HELENA — Montana lawmakers behind two pro-gun measures said Monday that restrictions on carrying concealed weapons in cities and on university campuses violate Second Amendment rights.
The committee searching for a new president of Dawson Community College in Glendive has its work cut out for it.
MISSOULA — A bill permitting the possession of firearms on Montana’s college campuses also looks to strip authority from the Montana Board of Regents to regulate weapons on university property, raising the possibility of a constitutional showdown if the bill becomes law.
HELENA — A new voter-approved Montana law that requires an individual to provide proof of citizenship to receive state services does not apply to the university system, an associate commissioner for higher education said Wednesday.
In an organic chemistry classroom at Montana State University Billings, students work on lab tables used since the science building was constructed in 1947.
Dawson Community College has come up with a novel way to attract more students — free tuition.
The Montana Board of Regents has agreed to pay $2 million for the rights to archaeological and paleontological artifacts on the Milk River Ranch, bringing the total to $7.7 million in public funding being paid to brothers David and Verges Aageson for their 4,505-acre parcel about 45 miles no…