Northwest Commission On Colleges And Universities
SALT LAKE CITY - A former Utah governor and top federal official will be on hand as the founders of Western Governors University celebrate its 15th anniversary.
The Gazette’s Top 10 sports stories of the year are selected through voting by The Gazette sports staff. Each staff member’s votes are tabulated on a 1-through-10 scoring system. In this year’s voting, the historic run of the Big Sky All-Stars to the Little League World Series was a unanimou…
Emily Harris, an honors student at Montana State University Billings, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the National Collegiate Honors Council, the national association for honors programs.
GREAT FALLS - The University of Great Falls wrestling team is ranked No. 1 in the NAIA coaches' poll for the first time in school history.
Montana's colleges of technology have new, expanded mission statements, and with the help of the Lumina Foundation's College!NOW program, Montana's Board of Regents is asking them to find ways to look and feel more like comprehensive community colleges.
Helena-based communications and marketing firm Strategies 360 Montana has been selected to serve as the consultant for a Montana University System initiative that aims to draw interest and increase access to the state’s two-year colleges.
The Montana Department of Labor and Industry presented its first ever "Outstanding Veteran's Support Employer Award" to Securitas Security Services. "The purpose of this award is to recognize businesses in Montana who make it a priority to hire the men and women who have served our country a…
BUTTE - Montana Tech's 2011 football schedule includes three home night games in September.
HAVRE — Montana State University plans to review the way MSU-Northern is conducting searches to fill two positions at the Havre school.
HELENA — The Frontier Conference has named 46 women to its academic all-conference basketball team.
BOZEMAN — Montana State University President Waded Cruzado says she wants to give school employees a chance to voice their opinions before deciding on whether to make the Bozeman campus tobacco free.
BOZEMAN — A Montana State University team that debates ethical questions in competition won first place in the recent Northwest Regional Ethics Bowl in Seattle and qualified for the national competition.
BOZEMAN — Montana State University wants to increase its distance education offerings.
Kristin Mullaney, a 2010 Rocky Mountain College graduate, has been named coordinator of Alumni & Parent Relations & Special Events as well as major-gifts officer at RMC. Mullaney was awarded the 2009-10 Arthur and Linda DeRosier Athletic Award by the coaching staff at Rocky, given an…
Let’s call Montana’s two-year colleges what they are: colleges.
Dr. David Weiss, assistant professor of communications at Montana State University Billings, and Kayla Miller, president of Associated Students of MSU Billings, were recently named to the MSU Billings Career Services Advisory Board.
BOZEMAN — Montana State University will host some of the world’s foremost scientific leaders in a panel discussion on the future of humanity and technology.
Radiologic technician students at Montana State University Billings spend a lot of time learning about exposure, equal parts science and experience.