Registration is now open for Little Bobcat Track and Field
Sponsored by the Noon Optimists Club and the MSU Health Enhancement Major's
Club, Little Bobcat Track and Field teaches young athletes the basics of track
and field events and to strive for personal improvement. Read more...
MSU project to help spin straw into sustainable housing in Kenya
This summer David Fortin, a professor of architecture at MSU, Michael Spencer, a
2010 MSU architecture graduate, and a team of MSU students will build six to
eight houses made from straw-bales in Ex-Lewa, a farming area of central Kenya. Read more...
Dinosaurs with killer claws yield new theory about flight
New research from Montana State University's Museum of the Rockies has revealed
how dinosaurs like Velociraptor and Deinonychus used their famous
killer claws, leading to a new hypothesis on the evolution of flight in birds. Read more...
Jacobsen shares knowledge in Chile on Fulbright
Barry Jacobsen, professor of plant pathology in the Department of Plant
Sciences and Plant Pathology, was recently selected for a Fulbright Senior
Specialist Award to bring his expertise in integrated pest management and
biological control to Chile, where he taught and assisted in the development of
research at Austral University. Read more...
Winter issue of Big Sky Small Acres now available
Topics include Montana's local food movement, addressing erosion, winter birding, stream permitting, livestock fence laws, Master Gardener tips and more. Read more...