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Colorado Chapter

“Welcome to the Colorado Chapter of the Montana Tech Alumni Association. Our mission is to develop a social chapter focused on reestablishing and maintaining relationships with Montana Tech alumni located throughout Colorado. This alumni chapter was established in the spring of 2013; however alumni have been active in the area for many years. We typically host four events per year such as picnics, golf outings, Colorado Rockies games, bowling, and happy hour gatherings.

Whether you are visiting or moving to Colorado we highly encourage you to contact our chapter for some insight on Colorado activities. Several members on our Steering Committee would be happy to provide you with “local” information on activities such as skiing, golfing, hiking, fishing, camping, mountain biking, and microbreweries, just to name a few. We would love to have you join us in our chapter activities, regardless if you live in Colorado or are just visiting.

Come on out and support Tech – Go Diggers!”
Chris Martina '07, Petroleum Engineering - Chapter Chairperson

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Alumni News

Montana Tech Team Named World Champions at International Competition on Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility
A team from Montana Tech won the student challenge at the first International Competition on Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility. ...Read More
Dr. John Ray has Paper Accepted for Presentation
Dr. John W. Ray of Montana Tech’s Liberal Studies Department has had a peer reviewed paper entitled: "Environmental Justice: Problems and Promise" accepted for presentation at the 12th Annual International Conference on the Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change to be held this summer at the University of Oxford, Oxford, England. ...Read More
Montana Tech Alumni Make $300,000 Gift to University
Montana Tech announced today that alumni, Gary '85 and Janet '85 Kolstad, have gifted an additional $300,000 to the university. ...Read More
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