Architectural rendering of the Student Success Center
Montana Tech Professor David Hobbs working in the 3-D Visualization Lab
Back row from left to right: Garrett Hill (M.S. student), Jon Szarkowski (B.S. student), Stan and Joyce Lesar Professor Chris Gammons, Kyle Eastman (M.S. student), and Sara Edinberg (former M.S. student now with MT-DEQ). Front row from left to right: Garrett Smith (ex-M.S. student now with MT-DEQ), Ardie Cocergine (B.S. student), Jenna Kaplan (recent M.S. student grad).
Engineering student adjusts controls on a project at the Montana Tech Techxpo Design Showcase
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Student Success Center
Montana Tech unveils plans for the Student Success Center. Learn more.
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Data Science Degree
Montana Tech now offers a B.S. in Data Science, one of the fastest growing careers in the nation. Learn more.
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Stan and Joyce Lesar Professor
Dr. Christopher Gammons selected as the Stan and Joyce Lesar Professor for 2016-17. Learn more.
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Mechanical & Civil Engineering
Earn a B.S. in Civil Engineering or a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Montana Tech. Learn more.
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Dr. John Ray has Article Published
Dr. John W. Ray of Montana Tech’s Liberal Studies Department has had an article entitled: "An Analysis and Criticism of Chaim Perelman's Approach to Evidence and Argument as Developed in The New Rhetoric" accepted for publication as a chapter in the forthcoming book Rhetorics of Evidence. ...Read More
Montana Tech Foundation Receives Funding to Continue MT GEMS Program
The Montana Tech Foundation has received funding from the Women’s Foundation of Montana to continue the MT GEMS (Girls Excelling in Math and Science) program in Butte. ...Read More
Montana Tech Receives $2.9 Million for Research and Development
The Army Research Lab has awarded Montana Tech funding in the amount of $2,890,000 for research and development. ...Read More

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