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National industry leaders stressed the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to solving global energy issues in a panel hosted Sept. 22 at Montana Technological University.
ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance told students from western Montana high schools to follow their passion as they choose what to do after graduation, in a question and answer session hosted Friday by Montana Technological University.
At the Montana Board of Regents meeting this morning on the campus of Montana Technological University, the Regents voted to approve the name change Montana Technological University’s School of Mines & Engineering to the Lance College of Mines & Engineering.