MSU researchers say small Asian dinosaur actually a juvenile tyrannosaur, not
New research from Montana State University's Museum of the Rockies is helping
unravel the evolutionary history of the iconic tyrannosaurid dinosaurs,
according to MSU scientists who reviewed past findings about a small dinosaur
from Asia. Read more...
New one-credit leadership course available for MSU freshmen
A leadership development training class for incoming Montana State
University freshmen that will allow an opportunity to connect with classmates
while discussing and practicing leadership skills is now available through MSU's
Leadership Fellows Program. Read more...
Montana high school graduates win MSU's top scholarship
Thirteen of Montana's most gifted high school seniors were selected as
recipients of the 2011 Presidential Scholarships, Montana State University's
most prestigious scholarship. Awards are based on scholastic achievement,
demonstrated leadership and personal qualities. Read more...
Groups and businesses can register for booth space for Catapalooza 2011
Groups and businesses from campus and the community can register for a booth
space Friday, April 15-Friday, August 12. There is no cost to participate or to
attend Catapalooza. Read more...
Sharpen outdoor garden tools with MSU Extension Master Gardeners at the July 2
Gallatin Valley Farmers Market
The MSU Extension/Gallatin County Master Gardener booth at the fairgrounds
will host a demonstration on garden tool sharpening techniques, with emphasis on
pruners, on July 2, 2011. Read more...