Montana Technology University
Originally chartered as The Montana State School of Mines, Montana Technological University (Montana Tech) has evolved into a dynamic institution composed of two colleges and two schools (College of Letters, Sciences and Professional Studies; Highlands College; School of Mines and Engineering; and Graduate School); and the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology.
Montana Tech, through exemplary undergraduate and graduate education, workforce development, research, and service, builds on a strong heritage in engineering, science, and technology that blends theory with practice in meeting the changing needs of society and the responsible development and use of natural resources.
Clark Fork Watershed Education Program
Address:Health Science Building, Rm 003 1300 West Park St
Butte MT 59701-8932
The Clark Fork Watershed Education Program (CFWEP) has been a leading provider of environmental and restoration education programs and services in western Montana since 2005. Based at the Montana Tech Institute for Educational Opportunities in Butte, Montana, CFWEP offers multi-disciplinary science and history programs for schools, teachers, and students in and around the Upper Clark Fork Basin. CFWEP also offers public education and outreach services such as tours, events, and publications that connect the public with the science and history of the amazing landscape of western Montana.
Associated SEPA Project(s)
Bringing Research into the Classroom (BRIC): Building the Biomedical Pipeline
R25OD16533-1 : 04/20/2014 - 02/28/2019
PHAGES: Phagedigging Helping Acquire Genuine Experiences in Science
R25GM132951-01 : 08/21/2019 - 07/31/2024
Department Contact(s)Marisa Pedulla PhD Phone: 406-496-4836
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRayelynn Brandl Phone: 406-490-5191