The Day of Dialogue (Thursday, October 30th) is a campus-wide symposium focused on the topics of race, gender, ethnicity, ability/disability, religion, sexual orientation, employment hierarchy and academic discipline. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members will deliver presentations, performances, workshops, and more throughout the day.
For more information or the complete list of scheduled events on the Main Campus please visit http://www.umt.edu/dayofdialogue/
Schweitzer says the new Montana Green Campus allows a worker in rural Montana to go online and learn about green energy job opportunities in the state and to sign up for Internet classes to retrain for those jobs.
The site includes a map showing where 38 green energy projects are already under way around the state. It also has information about university research on fuel cells, hybrid energy, carbon sequestration and green construction. The site's address is
Speakers include local builders and designer Lee Kierig, Ran Pigman of Pigman Builders, Ray Tipton of Big Sky Builders and Paul Wilson of Tamarack Builders. These gentlemen will share their experience with green building techniques and materials. The second half of the discussion features speakers with businesses and interests in the recycling, conservation and sustainability industries. These gentleman are Sonny LaSalle, Rick Wishcamper of Sustainable Living Center, Mark Hammond of Ravalli Services and Matt Heisel of Home Resources. They will talk about how their green oriented work creates more jobs while improving the well being of people and the planet.
For more information, please call Laura Craig, event coordinator, at 961-0004.
For more information go to www.ncat.org or http://www.deq.state.mt.us/Energy/calendar.asp
This is a short session for those who teach, who are interested in making, or have made biodiesel. The workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. in Room 313 at the
People who attend this workshop will learn new information on
For more information on, or to register for, this event, contact DEQ 406 841 5200, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the DEQ website at www.deq.mt.gov.