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2010 News Release Photos
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11/16/10 Dr. Ron Sexton
11/15/10 Dr. Rolf Groseth
11/09/10 Tyler Harris, senior music student
10/19/10 Students talk with a representative from St. Vincent Healthcare at a previous TechExpo event at the MSU Billings College of Technology.
9/30/10 An inmate at the Montana Women’s Prison does concrete work at the prison as part of the workforce training provided by Montana State University Billings.
9/29/10 Students make their way to classes on the main campus of Montana State University Billings this week. The university set another enrollment record this fall with 5,335 students.
9/17/10 Jim Leach, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, speaks about the need for more civility in public discourse during an event at MSU Billings on Friday.
9/16/10 Mark Sterner
9/15/10 Mick Ender, director of Radiologic Technology program at the MSU Billings College of Technology, stands with the new X-ray machine at the college’s lab area.
9/03/10 Dr. Rolf Groseth, interim chancellor at Montana State University Billings, talks about the learning opportunities of a new wind turbine at the MSU Billings College of Technology. Behind Groseth is Joe Krenzer, president of the Environmental Awareness Club at MSU Billings, which has worked with administrators on establishing sustainability programs at the university.
8/25/10 Dr. Rolf Groseth, interim chancellor at Montana State University Billings, talks with new Yellowjackets baseball coach Rob Bishop after Wednesday’s university-wide open meeting at the MSU Billings main campus.
7/26/10 Cathy Copeland, interpreter, and Jill Stout, program assistant, assist more than 160 students a semester through the Disability Support Services office at Montana State University Billings; Tina Hoagland has been associated with the Montana Center on Disabilities since 1985. The Montana Center is a public service arm of MSU Billings.
7/09/10 Dr. Diane Duin, who joined MSU Billings in 2006 as director of the Health Administration Program, was recently named dean of the College of Allied Health Professions
6/29/10 Taylor Crowe, a 28-year-old artist who was diagnosed with autism when he was about 4 years old, will be a featured speaker at this month’s autism conference at MSU Billings. He travels the country talking about his life with autism and his art.
6/22/10 Jacob Pancheau, a recent graduate from Billings Senior High School, makes a point during Monday’s session of the Safe Schools Safe Communities conference on cyberbullying at MSU Billings. At far left is Parry Aftab, a national expert on the topic who led the discussion. Next to Pancheau is Kevin Downs, who coordinates child safety issues and other projects with the Montana Department of Justice.
6/02/10 Marc Prensky -- Leading workshops on understanding and teaching ‘digital natives’.
5/26/10 Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer gives remarks at the May 21 graduation ceremony for inmates at the Montana Women’s Prison who completed the Pathways to Self-Sufficiency program at the prison; Women's Prison inmate shows her diploma after the ceremony May 21
5/14/10 Peggy Azure, seated, and Karen Snell, who work with the American Indian Big Sky Projects at the MSU Billings College of Education, are the main coordinators of the upcoming Summer Institute at MSU Billings. The conference focuses on “Transforming Perceptions.”
5/3/10 Dalton Crai and Alladin Baer of Washington Middle School in Glendive set up their exhibit on the development of the iron plow at the Montana Association of Realtors Montana National History Day state contest held recently at MSU Billings. Crai and Baer won first place in the junior group exhibit and qualified for the national competition.
4/23/10 Dr. Ron Sexton, left, chancellor of Montana State University Billings shows the official accreditation certificate from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Dr. Gary Young, the dean of the MSU Billings College of Business, is in the background; College of Business Dean Gary Young; College of Business faculty group photo
4/8/10 Jason Suchan, a Billings native and award-winning piano student at Montana State University Billings
4/8/10 Kelly Vowell, Billings resident and standout Montana State University Billings student
3/17/10 “My Happy Self” by Aaron Andersen is one of the many artworks to be displayed In MSU Billings Juried Students’ Exhibition. The exhibit will be up at the Northcutt Steele Gallery until April 16.
3/11/10 Merry Jane Trewhella
2/25/10 Dr. Tasneem Khaleel and student Aaron Snyder with one of the plant specimens that is part of the herbarium at MSU Billings; Herbarium folder; Herbarium nightshade; Herbarium phlox; Dr. Khaleel with plant specimen
2/16/10 Rachel Hansen, a senior MSU Billings women’s basketball player from Lolo, spearheaded a project to raise about $5,000 for Susan Costello in her fight against cancer. She and at Costello are at right and Hansen is wearing the uniform for the “Think Pink” game this Wednesday.
2/11/10 Target employees talk with students Thursday at the 13th annual Career Fitness Fair at MSU Billings.
1/28/10 MSU President Waded Cruzado speaks to Billings community leaders during one of many sessions she had during a three-day visit to Billings and Montana State University Billings.
1/26/10 Rick Bender, cancer survivor
1/20/10 Girls explore scientific principles with a NASA scientist at last year’s “Chicks in Science” event at MSU Billings. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 13 at Alterowitz Gymnasium.
1/12/10 Dr. Sarah Keller, associate professor in the Department of Communication and Theatre at MSU Billings
1/10/10 Example of Quilt Art which will be displayed at the Northcutt Steele Gallery
1/8/10 Jenay Murphy, music education student in saxophone