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Montana Tech alumni Gary & Janet Kolstad give $300,000 to support the Living & Learning Center. Learn more.
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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 Bookstore Hosting 5K Fund Run
The Montana Tech Bookstore is sponsoring the 3rd Annual Textbook Scholarship Fund 5K Run on the morning of Montana Tech's Homecoming, Saturday, October 8, 2016 at 8:30 am. ...Read More
Dr. Roberta Ray Publishes Angels on a School Bus: How a Community of Volunteers Saved Two-Hundred German shepherds and Huskies
Dr. Roberta Ray of Montana Tech's Liberal Studies Department has recently had a book published entitled: Angels on a School Bus: How a Community of Volunteers Saved Two-Hundred German shepherds and Huskies. ...Read More

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