MSU student's research on bio-cement selected as one of the top posters in U.S.
The innovative research of a Montana State University student who traveled half
way around the globe to study engineering at MSU has taken her just a bit
farther. Read more...
MSU debate team wins awards at national competition
The Montana State University Model Arab League debate team scored multiple
awards in its best showing ever at the group's annual national competition held
April 11-14 at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. MSU competed against
teams from 23 universities, ranging from West Point to Northeastern and
Northwestern universities. Read more...
Engineering professor wins Fulbright Scholarship to Finland
In the eyes of Darla Goeres, technology transfer from a university lab to the
private sector can be as simple as educating and graduating students schooled in
cutting-edge science. Read more...
"Understanding the Future Customer" seminars to be held in 11 Montana cities
Jim Oakley, an associate professor of marketing at Montana State University's
College of Business, will present "Understanding the Future Customer" in 11
cities across the state this summer as part of the college's State Farm Family
Business Program On the Road. Read more...
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks to perform 'Henry V' and 'The Recruiting
Officer' during 2013 summer tour
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks will perform Shakespeare's "Henry V" and George Farquhar's "The Recruiting Officer" during its
upcoming 2013 tour throughout Montana, northern Wyoming, eastern Idaho, western
North Dakota and eastern Washington this summer. Read more...
"Bozeman to Boston" benefit race set for April 27
Registration is now open for "Bozeman to Boston," a benefit race for the
victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, which will be held April 27. Read more...