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2016 News Listing

Montana Tech Teams Up to Help with Pediatric Cancer


The Montana Tech Student Nurses Association has teamed up with Love Your Melon to help provide a hat to every child battling cancer in America as well as supporting nonprofit organizations who lead the fight again pediatric cancer. ... Read More

Dr. John Ray has Paper Accepted for Presentation


Dr. John W. Ray, Professor in Montana Tech's Liberal Studies Department, has had a paper entitled "The Arts and the Environment: How the Arts can Promote Environmental Protection and Restoration" accepted for presentation at the Twelfth International Conference on the Arts in Society to be held next summer at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France. ... Read More

Dr. Roberta Ray has Paper Accepted for Presentation


Dr. Roberta K. Ray of Montana Tech's Liberal Studies Department has had a paper entitled The Rhetorical Theory of Ralph Waldo Emerson accepted for presentation at the Twenty-First Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric to be held at Queen Mary, University of London, UK this summer. ... Read More

Dr. John Ray has Paper Accepted for Presentation


Dr. John W. Ray of Montana Tech's Liberal Studies Department has had a paper entitled "Private Reasons versus Public Reasons: Religion and Politics" accepted for presentation next spring at the Seventh International Conference on Religion and Spirituality in Society to be held at the Imperial College London-London, UK. ... Read More

Dr. Roberta Ray Holding Book Signing


Dr. Roberta Ray of Montana Tech's Liberal Studies Department will be doing a book signing for her recently released Angels on a School Bus at Books and Books (206 West Park St.) on Saturday, September 17th from 2-4 PM. ... Read More

Montana Tech Hosting Event for Native American Heritage Day


The Student Union Office, the Institute for Educational Opportunities (TRIO), the Montana Tech AISES Student Club, the Office of Research and the Montana Tech Foundation would like to invite you to join us in celebrating Native American Heritage Day, Friday, September 9 from noon to 1:30pm in the courtyard of the campus. ... Read More

Dr. Alysia Cox receives grant as co-PI from NASA Exobiology


Dr. Alysia Cox, Montana Tech Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Geochemistry and head of the Laboratory Exploring Geobiochemical Engineering and Natural Dynamics (LEGEND), has received a grant as a Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) in collaboration with Arizona State University (ASU) from NASA Exobiology for the project, "Geochemical and Biomolecular Changes at the Transition to Photosynthesis." ... Read More

Montana Tech Receives Funding for International Research


The University of Kashmir in collaboration with Montana Tech has won a prestigious U.S.-India 21st Century Knowledge Initiative Award, for the project titled "Proactive management models for the effects of climate change on the range of invasive species." ... Read More

Christianson to Attend Reach Higher Initiative Event


Michelle Christianson, associate director for Montana Tech,s Institute for Educational Opportunities Talent Search program, has been selected as one of 10 Montanans to attend the White House convening of Michelle Obama's Reach Higher Initiative event at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs from June 14-16. ... Read More

Solvay USA, Inc. Announces Scholarship Recipients


Solvay USA Inc. has awarded their annual The Solvay USA Inc. Engineering for Environmental Protection Scholarship for 2016 to Jacob Bentley, who plans to study Metallurgical & Materials Engineering at Montana Tech. ... Read More

Montana Tech Undergraduates Honored by the Council on Undergraduate Research


Montana Tech Petroleum Engineering majors Alicia Kastelitz and Rachael Wilford along with their faculty mentor, John Getty of the Geophysical Engineering Department, have earned the honor of participating in the 20th annual Posters on the Hill event, a selective poster session sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR), based in Washington, DC. ... Read More

Dr. John Ray has Article Accepted for Publication in Parliamentary Journal


Dr. John W. Ray of Montana Tech's Liberal Studies Department has had an article entitled "The 'Game' of Parliamentary Procedure" accepted for publication in a forthcoming edition of Parliamentary Journal which is an international journal published by the American Institute of Parliamentarians to advance the understanding and practice of parliamentary procedure. ... Read More

Montana Tech to Host ASM Camp for Teachers


Committed to assist STEM instruction at all levels, Montana Tech and its Department of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering have partnered with ASM Materials Education Foundation to host a free one-week professional development workshop on minerals, metals and materials this summer. ... Read More

Highlands College Students Participate in MOOC


Highlands College faculty, Denise Elakovich and Dr. Elyse Lovell, have joined a national research project in which part of their Math course curriculum involves their students joining in a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). ... Read More

Montana Tech Announces Fall 2015 Honor Rolls


The following Montana Tech students have been placed on the Honor Roll (HR), Dean's List (DL), and Chancellor's Honor Roll (CL) for the fall semester 2015 at Montana Tech in Butte, Montana. Students are listed by hometown. ... Read More

Grant Seeker's Workshop


Need money for a worthwhile cause? Montana Tech invites the public to a free grant writing workshop on Thursday, February 11th from 5:30pm-6:30pm at the Montana Tech Library. ... Read More

Dr. Dan Trudnowski Receives Patent for Electric Power Grid Monitoring


Dr. Dan Trudnowski, head of the Electrical Engineering Department at Montana Tech, and Dr. John Pierre of the University of Wyoming have been awarded the patent "Electric Power Grid Monitoring Methods and Apparatus" for a novel approach to monitor the stability of electric power grids in real-time. ... Read More