PBS and MSU partner to bring three 'Prohibition' public presentations to Bozeman
In conjunction with Ken Burns' latest documentary, "Prohibition," MSU and
MontanaPBS will offer three public presentations that address issues around
legislating personal behavior on Oct. 10-12. Read more...
WWAMI students collecting clothing, books and food for project in Browning
The students, Montana students in their first year of the Washington, Wyoming,
Alaska, Montana and Idaho (WWAMI) collective of the University of Washington
Medical School, will take the donations when they travel to Browning on Oct.
27-29. Read more...
MSU to offer international engineering certificate beginning this fall
The Montana State University College of Engineering will offer engineering
and computer science students an international engineering certificate option
beginning this fall. Read more...
MSU students trap worms to help understand enemy in Montana's grain fields
Montana State University students traveled thousands of miles, dug hundreds of
holes and sorted through truckloads of dirt to trap worms this summer. Read more...
Volunteers needed for taping of Celebrate America
MontanaPBS is working with nationally acclaimed composer Tim Janis for the
third annual taping of Celebrate America, a music program spotlighting high
school choirs from across Montana. Read more...
Oct. 20 Café Scientifique to focus on ticks in Montana
"Ticks and what Montanans should know about them" is the subject of the next
Café Scientifique to be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Baxter Ballroom
in downtown Bozeman. The public is invited to this free informal discussion. Read more...
MSU conference to focus on Montana agriculture in volatile times
"Montana Agriculture in Volatile Times" will be the focus of a conference hosted
by Montana State University Extension and the Department of Agricultural
Economics and Economics on Oct. 28 in Bozeman. Read more...