Cisco and Pyron Technologies are sponsoring a fun and educational event with the Cisco NOW Van visiting Missoula on May 21, 2009. Register to experience the latest in Unified Communications, Wireless/Mobility, Digital Media, and Security Demos. Six sessions are taking place between 9:00am - 3:00pm at Pyron Technologies located at 228 W. Main Street, Suite C in Missoula. A brunch or lunch will be provided, as well as a raffle and putting and basketball contests. Sign up now! Click here to register.
Posted by Tom Gallagher at Friday, May 15, 2009
Sarah Gundlach, a graduate of the Computer Technology program at The University of Montana College of Technology, was recently profiled by the Cisco Networking Academy. Sarah shared experiences about studying for and eventually passing her CCNA Certification exam. She also praised COT faculty members Rhonda Tabish and Penny Jakes for their instrumental roles in her education. Read the entire article on page 8 here.
Posted by Jenny Gorsegner at Thursday, May 14, 2009
Bill Klapwyk and Kara Shapiro were recently awarded the Mortar Board of The University of Montana. Mortar Board is a national honor society founded in 1918. Awards are given based on academic achievement and commitment to academic discipline. Mortar Board recognizes college seniors for excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service. Award recipients represent the top scholars and leaders on their campuses. Pictured from left to right are Bill, Professor Penny Jakes, Professor Dianne Burke, and Kara. Congratulations, Bill and Kara, for such high accomplishments and good luck with your future plans!
Posted by Jenny Gorsegner at Thursday, May 07, 2009
Steve Rice, Electronics Technology Program Director, was honored this week for 25 years of service at The University of Montana. Students in the Electronics Technology program continually applaud his teaching style and knowledge, as well as the powerful impact he makes in their lives. Congratulations, Steve, for this remarkable accomplishment!
Posted by Jenny Gorsegner at Friday, May 01, 2009