Health IT - Scribes Recruiters on Campus

Wednesday, October 31 recruiters will at the Missoula College Commons 10am-1pm looking for students/graduates to work with Providence Health System Hospitals in Missoula, Polson, & Deer Lodge as the continue the transition to the EPIC Electronic Health Record. For further information on Health IT education at Missoula College contact Professor Gallagher

Tim Chester featured in the Kaimen

Tim Chester was recently featured in an article by Allison Mills in the Kaimin. Tim is one of many students formerly of the military pursuing a degree with outcomes that are as diverse as its students.

Rescheduled: Bachelor of Applied Science Meeting on 11/20/12

For those of you currently pursuing or interested in seeking a Bachelor of Applied Science in an Energy Technology related field, please consider attending an informational and group advising meeting in the Dean's Conference Room at the Missoula College on Tuesday, November 20 at 2:00 pm.  Please note that this meeting has been rescheduled from an earlier date.  

If you are unable join in person and would like to join via Skype or Amvonet, please contact Beth Shirilla at The purpose of the meeting will be to share plans of study, answer questions regarding specific degree requirements, and to investigate additional course offerings specific to energy technology.

Details on the program can be found

Aluma Alison Sweeney featured in Bozeman Chronicle

Alison Sweeney, Energy Technology, '11 was recently featured in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle for her work with Liquid solar as she installs solar thermal panels on the local food co-op.

Energy Tech Alumnus Presents to Students

Energy Technology graduate (Class of '10) Robert Potts returns to campus on Thursday, October 4th for a special talk to Energy Technology students on his experiences in the field of wind energy with Invenergy at the Judith Gap Energy Center in Harlowton.  Robert will be presenting in HB17 at 3:30. He will be joined by Larry Keogh '10 who will discuss his latest efforts to build net-zero homes in the Bitteroot.