Krista Montague was on the clock Wednesday afternoon.
If Montana State University Billings was graded on its recent Opportunity Campaign, it would receive an A-plus.
Keith Emineth, a recent graduate of the Montana State University Billings College of Technology, likes his alma mater's new name.
Katarina Jurikova and Maaike Winter are delighted to see squirrels and rabbits near their dorm at Montana State University Billings.
Deborah Castillo-Mraz worked as a certified nurse assistant for several years, but at age 49 can longer do the heavy lifting the job requires.
On what he called “a very exciting day for me,” Rolf Groseth was officially inaugurated as chancellor of Montana State University Billings on Tuesday.
Rolf Groseth formally was installed as Montana State University Billings chancellor amid musical flourishes and academic pomp Tuesday morning.
ReAnna Kero worked hard last week to make new students at Montana State University Billings feel welcome.
More international students will be taking classes at Montana State University Billings this fall thanks to an effort that’s been in the works for several years.
The Montana State University Billings College of Education has been reaccredited with flying colors.
This bird's-eye view of Billings was taken sometime after 1902, looking southwest from what is now the Western Heritage Center. That three-story brick building on the right is the original Garfield School. It was first called New South Side School.
Jim Reno, a Yellowstone County commissioner and alumnus of Garfield School, shows one of the plaques he had made from parts of a Garfield stairwell when the original school was torn down.
Iona Anderson, a 1961 graduate of Billings Senior High School who now lives in Oregon, was helping plan a 50th class reunion last fall when she decided to expand the festivities.
The 2010 Roche Jaune Awards for Business Excellence will be given out Wednesday evening at the Alberta Bair Theater.
Rolf Groseth, interim chancellor at Montana State University Billings, is MSU President Waded Cruzado's top candidate to replace Ron Sexton, who retired in August.
Interim Chancellor Rolf Groseth had just shaken off jet lag from a trip to China to promote Montana State University Billings when it was announced on Monday that he had been chosen to fill the top job permanently.
Montana State University Billings will have to be nimble to meet the challenges of an uncertain future, a candidate for the job of chancellor told a campus gathering on Wednesday morning.
The Billings Chamber of Commerce/Convention and Visitors Bureau has named Ron Sexton, Montana State University Billings’ former chancellor, as the 2010 Roche Jaune Awards for Business Excellence Lifetime Achievement recipient for his more than 30 years promoting higher education in Billings.
For the first time ever, Montana State University Billings will begin its fall semester without Ron Sexton as its leader. Promoted from academic vice president in 1995 as Eastern Montana College became Montana State University Billings, Sexton presided over significant growth on the main cam…