Evelyn Pyburn with The Big Sky Business Journal and I were chatting about this earlier in the week. It really sounds like a win-win. High school students here in Montana can get college credits while still in high school, and they save time and money down the road.
What most concerns the head of the Minneapolis Fed with our economy right now? What is he most optimistic about heading in to 2020? Plus, what is he hearing about Montana's economy in particular? Those were just some of the questions we threw at Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari.
“MSU Billings is proud of our veterans and pledges its dedication to those who have put their lives at risk in combat to protect this country and fellow citizens,” commented Chancellor Edelman. “Earning Purple Heart designation exemplifies our commitment as a university to serve military personnel and veterans.”
Given all of the crazy stories we hear about the Left-wing agenda anti-military rhetoric that you can find on college campuses across this country- I definitely want to give a huge shout out and pat on the back to the staff at Montana State University-Billings.
An MSU Billings alum has made a $500,000 gift to the proposed Yellowstone Allied Health and Science Building. The surprise announcement by Carl Ueland and his wife Barbara came at the annual Wine and Food Festival on the university campus Saturday...
Montana State University Billings’ keynote commencement speech will be delivered by an alumnus who founded a multi-million dollar credit information analysis company.
Chris Nelson, founder of Bozeman-based Zoot Enterprises, graduated from what was then Eastern Montana College in 1978 with degrees in accounting and information systems...