KUSM station manager Eric Hyyppa
Eric Hyyppa tapped as president of National Educational Telecommunications Association
August 22, 2017
Hyyppa, currently the director and general manager of MontanaPBS based at MSU, begins his new duties at NETA on Nov. 1. Hyyppa has been with KUSM since 1995. Read more...
High tunnel at the MSU Horticulture Farm.
MSU agriculture faculty to host evening tour and talks on campus farm
August 22, 2017
MSU College of Agriculture faculty will host an evening tour and talks on small-acre production agriculture, horticulture, specialty crops and related Farm Service Agency programs. The tour is set for 6-8 p.m., Friday, Sept. 8 at MSU’S BART Farm. Read more...
Roland Hatzenpichler Lab
MSU biochemist named NASA Early Career Fellow for research on ‘magnetic’ bacteria
August 21, 2017
The fellowship will allow Roland Hatzenpichler to continue his study of multicellular bacteria that live in salt marsh sediments. The research may lead to an understanding of how single-celled organisms evolve into multicellular organisms. Read more...
MSU Eclipse Ballooning Project team in Rexburg, Idaho
MSU students join teams across the country in launching balloons to view solar eclipse
August 21, 2017
MSU students joined teams across the country in launching high-altitude balloons to the edge of space to view and record the Aug. 21 solar eclipse from an unprecedented view. Read more...
High-altitude balloons carrying payloads of cameras and instruments slowly rise to an altitude of 80,000 ft
MSU team to launch balloons to livestream, study eclipse
August 18, 2017
Montana State University students will launch high-altitude balloons equipped with cameras and other equipment as part of the nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project, which MSU initiated in 2014. Read more...
Jason Baide Wins Jewelry Design Competition
MSU student jewelry virtuoso wins international contest
August 18, 2017
In addition to winning the Emerging Artist category in the Saul Bell Design Awards, Jason Baide is involved in a variety of MSU activities in addition to a full-time job managing his family's jewelry store. Read more...
Civil Engineering Students Build Wetland for National Fish Hatchery
MSU brings international wetlands conference to Big Sky
August 18, 2017
Some of the world’s foremost experts in using wetlands to treat wastewater and control pollution will convene at Big Sky Resort on Aug. 21-25. Read more...
Gilman Scholar Erin Hess
Three MSU students win prestigious scholarship for international study
August 17, 2017
Seniors Erin Hess and Karissa Pfantz and junior Trampus Barton received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to study abroad during the 2017-2018 academic year. Read more...
Boxes for Moving In
 MSU suggests best street routes during Aug. 23 Move-In Day
August 17, 2017
MSU suggests routes that will help students moving to campus to navigate Bozeman and campus streets and avoid congestion during the Aug. 23-25 move-in period. Read more...
Robert Rydell Wins Turpie Prize
Robert Rydell named MSU American studies director
August 17, 2017
The historian, professor and author will lead the program in the College of Letters and Science that draws on many disciplines at MSU, including anthropology, the arts, archaeology, Native American Studies, geography and history Read more...

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