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2018 News Listing

Dr. John Ray has Paper Accepted for Presentation

11/08/2018

Dr. John W. Ray of Montana Tech’s Liberal Studies Department has had a peer reviewed paper entitled “The Kantian Rhetorics of Franz Theremin and Ch. Perelman: A Critical Analysis” accepted for the Twenty-Second Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric to be held this summer in New Orleans, Louisiana. Over forty nations will be represented at the conference. ... Read More

Pioneer Technical Services Donates to Montana Tech

10/16/2018

Pioneer Technical Services, Inc., a Butte based, employee-owned full-service engineering and environmental services firm, has made a donation of $75,000 to Montana Tech’s Student Success Center and Living/Learning Center (SSC). ... Read More

Montana Space Grant Consortium Symposium

10/03/2018

Montana Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) is sponsoring a "STEM Student Professional Skills Symposium" on Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman. ... Read More

Montana Tech Students Experience Google

09/06/2018

Carson Fiechtner, a junior in the Software Engineering program at Montana Tech, was invited by Google to visit their Sunnyvale and Mountain View campuses in the San Francisco Bay area August 12th through 15th for professional development and networking activities. ... Read More

Montana Tech to Host Fresh Check Day

08/30/2018

Montana Tech will host Fresh Check Day - a concept created by The Jordan Porco Foundation and designed to bring the whole campus community together to "check-in" on the mental health and wellness of college students. ... Read More

McCulloch Receives Scholarship

05/15/2018

Luke McCulloch, a Montana Tech Metallurgical & Materials Engineering senior from Billings, Montana, has been honored with a Copper Club Scholarship for the 2018/2019 school year. ... Read More

Montana Tech Announces Distinguished Alumni Awardees

05/03/2018

Montana Tech will honor four alumni with the Distinguished Alumni Award at the university’s 118th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 5, 2018. This year’s awardees are: Brad Archibald, Katherine Arnold, Dr. Ron Layton, and Joe Micheletti. ... Read More

Highlands College Faculty Earns Doctoral Degree

05/02/2018

Montana Tech is proud to announce that Highlands College faculty member, Denise Elakovich, recently completed her doctoral degree in Education at Montana State University earning her the title as “Dr. Denise Elakovich.” ... Read More

Montana Tech Hosting Workers' Memorial Day 2018 Event

04/24/2018

On Friday, April 27, 2018, Montana Tech will host the Workers' Memorial Day 2018 event which will be commemorated by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Billings Area Office and supported by the Big Sky Chapter of ASSE (American Society of Safety Engineers) to remember those who have died on the job in Montana in the past 3 years. ... Read More

Montana Tech Announces Montana Tech Intern/Co-op Student Achievement Awards

04/24/2018

Career Services, under the guidelines of the Cooperative Education & Internship Association (CEIA) recognizes distinguished achievement and excellence by annually highlighting students who have excelled in or made significant impact in work-integrated learning and demonstrate quality of degree-related work, initiative, professionalism, and overall impact and performance. ... Read More

Montana Tech Chancellor Sponsors Concert of Gratitude

04/20/2018

The first Chancellor's Concert with the theme "An Afternoon of Gratitude" is scheduled for Sunday, April 29th at 4:00 pm in the Library Auditorium following a reception at the Chancellor’s home at 3:00 pm. Open to Montana Tech faculty, staff and their families, the concert will feature two choirs: Montana Tech’s Copper Hill Choir and the Choral Union singing Broadway theater and popular music. ... Read More

Montana Tech Junior Brent Sordo Named Goldwater Scholar

03/30/2018

Montana Tech students Brent Sordo, a junior majoring in Geological Engineering, and Levin Mullaney, a junior majoring in Electrical Engineering, have been honored by the Barry Goldwater Scholarship Foundation. Both Montana Tech students are two-time campus nominees for the Goldwater Scholarship. ... Read More

Researchers Publish Study of the Emery Mining District in Powell County

03/08/2018

Stanley L. Korzeb and Kaleb C. Scarberry with the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology and Jarred L. Zimmerman of Broadway Gold Mining have published a study of the Emery mining district in Powell County: Interpretations and Genesis of Cretaceous Age Veins and Exploration Potential for the Emery Mining District, Powell County, Montana. ... Read More

Dr. John Ray has Article Accepted for Publication

02/22/2018

Dr. John W. Ray of Montana Tech's Liberal Studies Department has had an article entitled "Hegel's Political Philosophy of Self-Knowledge: How Knowing Thyself Necessarily Occurs in a Political Community" accepted for publication in the peer reviewed international journal Hegel Jahrbuch (Hegel Yearbook) published under the auspices of the Internatonale Hegel Gesellschaft (International Hegel Society) and the University of Berlin. ... Read More

Highlands College Wellness Fair

02/21/2018

Highlands College of Montana Tech will sponsor its 2018 Wellness Fair for students, faculty and staff on Monday, February 26, from 10 am to 1 pm. ... Read More

Montana Tech Wrestling Club Ranked 13th

02/09/2018

The National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA) recently released their rankings and the Montana Tech wrestling club is tied for 13th place with the Clemson and Iowa State wrestling clubs. ... Read More

Montana Tech Wrestling Club Hosting Tournament

01/16/2018

The Montana Tech wrestling club will host the Doc Belshaw Last Chance Invite wrestling tournament on Saturday, January 20, 2018 in the Montana Tech HPER. The tournament is named after Doc Belshaw who coached at Montana Tech in the 90s. ... Read More

Dr. John Ray Publishes Paper

01/08/2018

Dr. John W. Ray of Montana Tech’s Liberal Studies Department has had a paper entitled "On Hegel as the Most Adequate Social Contract Theorist" accepted for presentation at the Thirty-Second International Hegel Congress to be held at the University of Tampere-Finland in the spring. ... Read More