Speaker Date Topic
Scott Malloy, MT Healthcare Foundation Oct 27, 2017
Opioid Epidemic in MT
Opioid Epidemic in MT

Scott Malloy has spent his career in community mental health working in variety of direct care, management, and administrative roles. Prior to assuming duties as Senior Program Officer with the Montana Healthcare Foundation, Scott worked as the Director of a program assertive community treatment (PACT) in Phoenix, Arizona, the Director of Western Montana Mental Health in Butte Montana, and most recently as the Executive Director for the Gallatin Mental Health Center in Bozeman and Livingston, Montana.

Scott has developed and overseen a variety of programs including: jail diversion, crisis intervention training (CIT), crisis stabilization and response, peer-run drop-in centers; school based mental health programs, supported housing, supported employment, and programs of assertive community treatment (PACT). Scott has special interest in collaborative and integrated approaches that are community driven and client centered.

Scott was raised in Miles City, Montana and received his bachelor’s degree from Rocky Mountain College and his master’s degree in social work from Arizona State University. Scott is licensed as a Clinical Social Worker and certified as a Mental Health Professional Scott currently serves as a member of Governor Steve Bullock’s Healthier Montana Task Force and is a board member of the Human Resource Development Council in Bozeman.

Dr. Jay Smith - Yellowstone Theolgical Institute Nov 03, 2017
Where Faith meets Adventure and the Arts
Where Faith meets Adventure and the Arts

Our world is changing at an unprecedented rate. Immersed in such a dynamic culture, the Church is faced with the continuing threat of irrelevance. Rooted in the Northwest — in a culture that is often “spiritual” but suspect of organized religion — Yellowstone Theological Institute is seeking to change the way the world understands God and how the Church embodies the mission of Christ in our world.

Les Craig - Executive Director Nov 10, 2017
Outlook for the MSU Innovation Campus (old Tech Ranch)
Outlook for the MSU Innovation Campus (old Tech Ranch)

Les Craig is leading the charge at the MSU Innovation Campus (MSUIC). As a former member of the US Army and officer at the CIA, Craig has turned his attention toward mentoring entrepreneurs.

The purpose of the MSUIC is to strengthen the research capability of MSU and to expand the commercialization of technology related to MSU’s clusters of academic and research excellence. The MSUIC will offer powerful opportunities for partners to invest in a creative and entrepreneurial environment that will offer state of the art facilities, support start-up companies, and provide students with hands-on learning experiences that can result in employment opportunities upon graduation. At the MSUIC , faculty members and scientists will work with private and government researchers to push forward cutting-edge science and technologies that will contribute to our economic vitality in the Gallatin Valley and across the state of Montana.

MSU Native American Program Nov 17, 2017
More details to come...
*Dark* Happy Thanksgiving! Nov 24, 2017
Casey Jermyn - Bozeman Running Co & BHS Track Coac Dec 01, 2017
TBD
TBD
*Dark* Sleep-in from the Holiday Auction on 12/7 Dec 08, 2017
BSRC Annual Mtg & Club Elections Dec 15, 2017
plus a little Holiday Festivities...
plus a little Holiday Festivities...

Per our club by-laws, "An annual meeting of this club shall be held on the Friday immediately following the December Board meeting each year, at which time the election of officers and directors to serve for the ensuing fiscal year shall take place."

*Dark* Happy Holidays! Dec 22, 2017
No Meeting on 12/22/17 - see you on Jan 5th
*Dark* Happy Holidays! Dec 29, 2017
No Meeting on 12/29/17 - see you on Jan 5th
Marion Renaudin - Youth Exchange Student Jan 05, 2018
Her Perspective on Bozeman, Coming from France
Her Perspective on Bozeman, Coming from France

Marion Renaudin, our inbound exchange student from Vitre, France, will regale us with her perspectives on life as a 17 year old going to school at Bozeman High School, running on the cross country track team and how she perceives our culture vs. hers these past 4+ months.

District Governor Joe McBride Jan 12, 2018
MT Racial Equity Project Jan 19, 2018

The Montana Racial Equity Project, a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization, advocates equity and justice for historically marginalized, disenfranchised, and oppressed peoples in Montana. We educate, train, and activate organizers, individuals, groups, organizations, institutions, and businesses to invest in interrupting racism, bigotry, and prejudice whenever encountered.

Marcus Ueno - Exchange Student from Brazil Feb 02, 2018
His Impressions of Bozeman Montana as a Noon Club Exchange Student
His Impressions of Bozeman Montana as a Noon Club Exchange Student

Hosted by the Bozeman Noon Rotary Club, Marcus will present his country and his experiences thus far in Montana.