Oct. 26 lecture to focus on change in Yellowstone, Northern Rockies
A lecture about observing change in Yellowstone National Park and the northern
Rockies will be presented Wednesday, Oct. 26, at Montana State University. 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...
Residence hall trick-or-treating set for Oct. 30
The Residence Life Department and the Residence Hall Association invites
the public to go trick-or-treating in Hapner Hall and Hannon Hall on Sunday,
Oct. 30, from 3-5 p.m. Read more...
MSU historian to give Nov. 2 lecture on "Buffalo Bill in Butte and Beyond"
Rober Rydell, the Michael P. Malone Professor of History and author of a Pulitzer
Prize-nominated book on Buffalo Bill, will give his lecture at 6:30 p.m. in the
Hager Auditorium of the Museum of the Rockies. Read more...
Exit Gallery accepting applications for spring 2012 exhibits
The Exit Gallery is currently accepting applications for exhibitions for
the spring 2012 semester. If accepted, artists or groups of artists have the
opportunity to show their work in a two-week solo exhibition with paid
advertising and a reception. Read more...
Online teacher preparation program now accepting applications
Northern Plains Transition to Teaching (NPTT), an online graduate-level
teacher preparation program based at Montana State University, is now accepting
applications for a group that will begin Dec. 4. Preferential deadline for
applications is Friday, Nov. 4. Read more...
"Young Frankenstein" at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse Dec. 6
American Bank Broadway in Bozeman announces the performance of the new Mel
Brooks musical, "Young Frankenstein," Tuesday, Dec. 6, at the Brick Breeden
Fieldhouse. Read more...