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12/23/08 Jessica Leuthold, MSUB student
12/12/08 Trisha Biggs, who will be the lead instructor for the new Associate of Science in Business Administration program at the MSU Billings College of Technology
12/3/08 Kayla Miller, ASMSUB student resolution officer, who is organizing a book drive of unwanted college books to promote literacy in developing countries
12/1/08 MSU Billings Foundation leadership and new members: Don Allen, Joel Guthals, Bernie Harrington, Joe McClure, Jon Ness, Sharon Peterson, Darryl Rensmon, Jeremy Vanatta, Dave Warne, Dr. Tim Wilkinson
10/14/08 Dr. Sarah Keller
7/07/08 Gloria Soja, MSU Billings business student, outside of the Montana Women’s Prison. Soja, works as a corrections officer at the prison in Billings when not attending classes to earn her degree in business management
6/19/08 Professor from India sees opportunity in visit to MSU Billings
(Javed Akhtar, left, and Dr. Rakesh Sah, assistant professor of finance at the MSU Billings College of Business, at a college advisory board meeting this spring)
4/30/08 Nicole Emmett, a senior at MSU Billings, was planning to be a doctor when she left high school. But some classes at MSU Billings — including political science and beginning Arabic — now has her on a new path with a global focus.
4/25/08 College students elevate Billings' profile for Google Earth: Photo 1 -
MSU Billings College of Technology drafting and design technology students review plans of different university buildings to get a sense of the structural development. The five students led a project to graphically develop three-dimensional views of structures at MSU Billings for inclusion on Google Earth. Photo 2 - A close up view of one of the areas of focus for the MSU Billings COT project.
3/25/08 New lab gives MSU Billings business students a technology boost: Photo 1 - Dr. Jenny Leonard, assistant professor of information systems at the Montana State University Billings College of Business, shows Ed Garding, executive vice president of First Interstate Banksystems, some of the interactive features of the new management information systems lab at the university. Playing the role of a teacher, Garding had said a few words that were instantly recorded and then prepared for distribution via computer network to an off-site class. The $300,000 lab was made possible by grants from the state and matching funds from local businesses. Photo 2 - Jim Walker of Western Security Bank talks with College of Business Dean Gary Young during a tour of the new MIS lab at the university. Walker and Western Security Bank were major donors toward the development of the new lab. Photo 3 - Jenny Leonard talks about the new server in the MIS lab at the MSU Billings College of Business. The server allows students to do networking and data assignments without jeopardizing the integrity of the university’s data systems.
3/21/08 Faculty Excellence Award Winners: Dr. Barbara M. Wheeling, Assistant Professor in Accounting; Brenda B. Dockery, Marketing Instructor, Assistant Director of the Center for Business Enterprise; Dr. Rachel Schaffer, Professor of English; Dr. Steve A. Wiles, Assistant Professor; Dr. James Barron, Assistant Professor of Biology; Susan Baack, Instructor, English & Communication; Ms. Patricia Holman MS, MBA, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Business/Marketing; Dr. Stuart C. Snyder, Assistant Professor of Physics
2/29/08 Valerie Taliman, who was on the front lines of an effort to get the United Nations to formally recognize the rights of indigenous peoples, will give a free workshop on indigenous rights and tribal sovereignty at Montana State University Billings
2/14/08 Career Fitness Fair 2008 at MSU Billings: 2-14 career fair 1: About 600 students annually attend the Career Fitness Fair at the Montana State University Billings Student Union Building. The event is presented jointly by MSU Billings and Rocky Mountain College. 2-14 career fair 2: A college student talks with a recruiter from First Interstate Bank at the annual Career Fitness Fair. More than 70 Billings area employers were a part of this year’s event. 2-14 career fair joe: Joe Wesen, a senior at MSU Billings, talks with a local recruiter. Wesen, who will graduate in May with a degree in business management, said he had many promising leads on a job.
2/7/08 Dean Tasneem Khaleel
1/17/08 1-17 Kathy the quilter: Kathy Gurney, an employee at the Montana State University Billings Library, has coordinated the annual quilt shows since they began in 2004. Her work is on display at the library with about 40 other quilts during the 2008 show, on display through Feb. 29. 1-17 quilt detail 1 and 1-17 quilt detail 3: These shots (see links below) show some of the quilts contributed by MSU Billings employees or their families to the 2008 MSU Billings Library Quilt Show. Quilt Detail 1; Quilt Detail 3
1/08/08 Valerie Taliman, a Navajo woman who played a vital role in getting the United Nations to pass a declaration protecting the rights of indigenous peoples, will be the keynote speaker at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemoration at Montana State University Billings.