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Research at MSU

MSU's renowned solar physics group engages in research to explore the sun as a star and source of energy.


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Spanning crops, livestock, vaccines and climate change, MSU is making new discoveries that advance agriculture.


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Multidisciplinary research groups at MSU translate the study of light into technological advances.


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MSU leads the way in cold science to gain a better understanding of avalanches, global warming and the origins of life on Earth.


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By increasing our knowledge of Yellowstone ecosystem, we hope to improve our under-standing of how ecosystems change over time.


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The innovative Core 2.0 curriculum ensures every undergraduate student participates in a research or creative experience with a faculty mentor.


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Integration of learning and discovery of knowledge

The integration of learning and discovery is a hallmark of the undergraduate experience at Montana State University, which offers every student a hands-on research or creative project in his or her sophomore year. MSU has become a model university for combining these two critical aspects of higher education.

With outdoor laboratories as close as Yellowstone National Park, MSU students have ample opportunities to pursue exciting projects throughout their college careers. Not limited to the sciences, those projects also include such artistic endeavors as original musical compositions, paintings and architectural designs.