MSU celebrates Diwali on Nov. 6
Montana State University's Indian Student Association will celebrate
Diwali, the traditional Indian Festival of Lights, with a banquet of traditional
Indian food and entertainment set at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, in the MSU Strand
Union Ballrooms. Read more...
International leader in tissue engineering to speak Nov. 4 at MSU
An expert in shoulder and knee surgery and an international leader in tissue
engineering research will speak Friday, Nov. 4, at Montana State University. Read more...
MSU evolution lecture now available as free podcast
A public talk by visiting scientist Robert M. Hazen is now available as an
online video podcast. Hazen, of the Carnegie Institute of Washington, presented
on Sept. 1, 2011 at the Museum of the Rockies. The event was part of the
Community Lecture Series sponsored by Montana State University's Astrobiology
Biogeocatalysis Research Center. Read more...
Volunteers needed for Veterans Roll Call on Nov. 11
On Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11, campus and community volunteers at more
than 100 college and universities across the nation will read the names of the
more than 6,200 casualties of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation
Iraqi Freedom (OEF), now called Operation New Dawn. Montana State University was
chosen to represent Montana for the event, Veterans Roll Call. Read more...
Montana Extension Agents receive National Awards
Missoula County MSU Extension Agent Gerald Marks was awarded the NACAA Hall of
Fame award for demonstrated commitment, dedication and effective leadership in
job performance as an outstanding educator and outstanding humanitarian service. Read more...
MSU receives almost $743,000 for research, new courses involving sheep and
Montana State University has received almost $743,000 to research the use of
sheep in organic farming, incorporate those findings into MSU courses, and share
the discoveries with Montana producers and growers. Read more...