When President Donald Trump released his proposed federal budget this week, the budget for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting was cut to zero, which translates to a loss of about $240,000 for Montana Public Radio.
Two members of the national search team, AGB Search of Washington, D.C., were in Missoula Thursday for another visit to the University campus to help choose the finalists to replace Royce Engstrom, who was asked to resign in December.
University of Montana Interim President Sheila Stearns is making good on a promise to Missoula media to make herself more available, and a first step on Tuesday was a presentation highlighting UM's Health and Medicine Initiative.
The University of Montana is now accepting applications for a six-day summer program for college women to become politically active and assume greater leadership roles in their organizations and communities.
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