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Friday, April 9, 2010

Gallatin Earth Celebration seeks volunteers and participants

The Gallatin Earth Celebration is a weeklong Earth Day celebration focused on education, outreach, and service. Area residents are encouraged to sign up for the Run for Earth, attend the keynote lecture by David Orr and participate in the Clean-up day and Sustainability Vendor Fair. Read more...

Research takes MSU students to glaciers, tribal land and beyond

Undergraduate and graduate students from all over campus presented their research projects at the annual celebration. With approximately 175 projects in all, they included the remote detection of meth labs, the effect of energy supplements on indoor rock climbing, coping strategies for college football players, gravitational waves, Russian movies, Yellowstone National Park microbes, and much more. Read more...

Holocaust survivor to speak April 11

Renee Firestone, a Holocaust survivor, will speak about her personal reflections of the Holocaust on Sunday, April 11, at 7 p.m. in SUB Ballroom A. This lecture is in honor of Yom HaShoah, the Holocaust Memorial. Read more...

Spaces available in Expanding Your Horizons conference for girls

The day-long program is designed to motivate girls in grades 6, 7 and 8 to pursue math and science courses and careers. Workshops are taught by MSU faculty and community members and cover topics like astronomy, sports medicine, architecture and more. Read more...

Lean Manufacturing Workshop scheduled in Bozeman

Lean manufacturing can be implemented with little or no capital expenditures. During tough financial times, adopting lean manufacturing techniques can put a company in a better position as the economy bounces back. Read more...

Teachers can earn credits in Montana's Old West

A four-day Montana State University summer graduate course will plunge teachers into the history of two Montana gold-rush towns -- Virginia City and Nevada City.  The course, "Project Archaeology: Educator Field School" (EDCI 588-56), offers two graduate credits and is designed for upper-grade elementary teachers. Read more...

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This Week at MSU

Saturday, April 10

Bobcat Open Outdoor Track and Field Meet


Triangle Classic Spring football scrimmage


Sunday, April 11

Holocaust survivor, Renee Firestone


Monday, April 12

Humanities Institute Lecture by Paul Greenhalgh


Tuesday, April 13

Harlem Globetrotters


University Band and Wind Symphony Concert


Wednesday, April 14

Sack Lunch Seminar:  Opportunity, Risk and Reward in Business


Sometime in April, a film about the Rwanda genocide


Architecture students present Khumbo Climbing School talk


Thursday, April 15

Capstone lecture by Pierce Mullan, "How I came to teach, but stayed to learn"


Poetics of Texting and Twittering


Sacajawea Suite and other tales


Friday, April 16

MSU Relay for Life

Saturday, April 17

Junior Archeology Family Day at the Museum of the Rockies


Bill Cosby

4pm & 8 pm