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Michael Bullock“My name is Michael Bullock. While not as active as we would like to be, the Billings Chapter has reliably put on a tailgate party before each Montana Tech v. Rocky football game with plans to do the same during basketball or volleyball season. As with any volunteer organization, finding members to help put on the events is more difficult than finding participants, but with a core group of helpers, we still manage to pull it off. My goal for the Chapter is organize into a group of officers and put on two to three events per year. I feel the ultimate goal of this chapter is to make new friends, see old friends, and connect our alumni in the area on a personal and professional level. At some point, we hope to pull together enough funds for a Montana Tech Scholarship for Billings’ area students.”

Michael Bullock ’99, Environmental Engineering - Chapter Chairperson

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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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