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There’s still time to apply, register for Fall 2024

With less than 50 days left before the start of the term, Montana Technological University is still accepting applications and registering students...

Montana Tech to develop photonics testbed facility as part of $41 million Headwaters Tech Hub funding

Montana Technological University is proud to announce the development of a rugged terrain test bed facility for unmanned aerial vehicles, unmanned...

63 students receive certification through Operation Next in first three semesters at Highlands College

A dedicated team at Highlands College has experienced great success since January 2023, when it began educating veterans and their families through...

Construction will limit 3rd of July fireworks parking

In preparation for Butte's 3rd of July festivities, Montana Technological University wants to inform the community that parking to watch the...

Glass beadmaking, industrial tours, hands-on metal forging highlight weeklong summer camp

Thirty students from across Montana and the U.S. spent a week at Montana Technological University in late June at the Metallurgical and Materials...

Students invited to enroll in Archaeology Field School for Fall 2024

Montana Technological University will offer a new Archaeology Field School course in Fall 2024. Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest Historical...

Coming Soon to Montana Tech: Department of the Army Senior Reserve Officer Training Corps

Montana Technological University and the Department of the Army are finalizing an agreement to create a National Guard Extension Unit at the...

Assistant Professor presents asphalt pavement research at international conference

Assistant Professor Bongsuk Park presented, “Enhanced Approach to Develop the International Roughness Index (IRI) Prediction Model,” at...

Chasing Gold

In the fall of 2005, then-chancellor Dr. Frank Gilmore initiated the National Student Awards Committee (NSAC) to mine for the highest level of...

On the Court: Basketball Alum begins Career as Attorney in Helena

Kale Guldseth (Business and Information Technology, ’18) comes from a long line of Oredigger competitors. His grandfather played basketball...

Electric Vehicle Market Offers Opportunities for Students in STEM

Sean Everett (BS Environmental Engineering, ’04) graduated from high school in Libby, Montana, just as cleanup began at the site of one of...

Montana Tech community members take the stage in Matilda

The students of Montana Tech know Research Associate Grant Wallace as a professional materials scientist focused on rare earth element recovery,...

Liberty Energy Scholarships Transform Lives of Montana Tech Students

Sydney Doyle and Myles McClernan say they only ever had one college in mind as they filled out applications in their senior year at Butte High.

Dream Careers in Data Science

If there ever was a pure embodiment of the term “determined doers,” Kaitlyn and Jeff Preston would be it. Kaitlyn (B.S. Statistics and...

Stick Leg Ranch: A Story of Success

Seth Becker (Petroleum Engineering & Engineering Science, ’01) does not recommend losing one’s legs, but he jokes that if you are...

Mining researchers train robot to search for critical minerals in abandoned mines

The U.S. Department of the Interior estimates there could be as many as 500,000 abandoned mine sites on federal land, and researchers at Montana...

Venison in the Vines Raises Funds for Oredigger Scholarships

What started several years ago as an informal cookout between friends has grown into a successful annual fundraiser for Montana Tech.

Welding opens opportunities for artistic expression at Highlands College

When people envision a welder, images of workers on pipelines or in manufacturing factories might come to mind. “Most people immediately...

Beauty and Impactful Research Born in Nanotechnology Laboratory

To the untrained eye, the breathtaking images generated in the Montana Tech Nanotechnology Laboratory (MTNL) resemble painted masterpieces possibly...

Award-winning winery

When one thinks of being a vintner, or winemaker, it might conjure images of perfectly lit evening walks between rows of grapes, vaults of aging...

Building Dreams

When Andy Larson was in high school, his mom signed him up for a summer internship with a homebuilder in Utah.

Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan holds roundtable discussion with Montana Technological University leadership about possible collaboration

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kyrgyz Republic to the United States and Canada Baktybek A. Amanbaev toured Montana...

Environmental engineering alum turned volunteer experience into career of service

New Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology video follows Corps of Discovery journey with attention to geologic history

The Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology has released a new video that tracks the journeys of the Lewis and Clark Expedition through the lens of...

Mineral Museum re-opens after renovations, recent donation boosts collection by 6,800 specimens, more offerings to come

Approximately 5,000 visitors tour the Mineral Museum every year, and renovations recently completed will improve the visitor experience. The museum...