Seniors should apply for Montana Homeowner/renter tax credit
Are you a Montanan who is 62 or older as of Dec. 31? If so, then check to
see whether you qualify for Montana's elderly homeowner/renter tax credit for
2010. Read more...
MSU offers faculty-led foreign study summer classes
Montana State University's Office of International Programs will sponsor
faculty-led foreign study classes in five countries this summer. The
courses are open to all MSU students. Community members interested in the
foreign study may enroll in the university as a non-credit student to
participate, said Sally O'Neill of MSU's International Programs. Read more...
Documentary about MSU and Vietnamese music students' diplomatic duet debuts Feb.
Nearly two years ago, 67 Montana State University music students, most who
had never been outside the U.S. before, met a similar number of students in
Vietnam in what would become a history-making event. Read more...
Islamic scholar to speak on future of Islam-West relations Feb. 16 at MSU
Islamic scholar John Esposito will speak on the future of Islam and
Islam-West relations, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16, in Montana State
University's Strand Union Ballrooms. Esposito is the founding director of the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for
Muslim-Christian Understanding in the Walsh School of Foreign Service at
Georgetown University. Read more...
Symposium to celebrate MSU's Cooley Lab renovation Feb 23
A symposium focused on the history of Robert A. Cooley, Cooley Laboratory,
and featuring the work of an internationally recognized cancer researcher takes
place February 23 at 6 p.m. in the Museum of the Rockies' Hager Auditorium. The symposium celebrates the beginning of renovation of Cooley Lab. Read more...
Open water diver certification course begins Feb. 25 at MSU
A three-day PADI open water diver certification course will be offered at
Montana State University Feb. 25-27. Read more...