Online films document research on fires, humans and climate change
A new series of short films helps citizens of Montana and the Rocky Mountain
West understand how scientists study the impact of fire on ecosystems. Read more...
WWAMI medical students head to Browning to learn, share
Twenty Montanans in their first year of the WWAMI medical program at
Montana State University will be in Browning on Friday to learn, teach, share a
meal and deliver clothing and children's books. Read more...
Webinar to explain MSU's new online bachelor's degree
Montana State University will offer details on its new online bachelor's degree
completion program in an online presentation on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at 5:30 p.m. Read more...
Owner of Red Ants Pants to speak at ninth annual Entrepreneur Day set for Nov. 1
Sarah Calhoun, owner of Red Ants Pants based in White Sulphur Springs,
will deliver a keynote address at the ninth annual Montana State University
College of Business Entrepreneur Day, set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1,
in the SUB ballrooms on the MSU campus. Read more...
MSU class covers how to start a business with little or no money
A new professional development course from Montana State University's Extended
University helps entrepreneurs learn to launch a business with little or no
money. The course teaches a methodology called lean startup, which borrows
techniques from lean manufacturing. Read more...
MSU professor's film selected for Italian film festival
"Mating for Life," a film by Cindy Stillwell, a professor in Montana State
University's School of Film and Photography, screened Oct. 5 at the 2012 Sondrio
Festival in Sondrio, Italy. Read more...