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MSU’s Jabs Hall wins regional recognition as best higher education/research project
September 1, 2015
The construction of MSU’s Jabs Hall won an award from a prominent magazine based on several categories, including teamwork and overcoming challenges, safety, innovation and contribution to industry, construction quality and design quality. Read more...
MSU Wonderlust reception on Sept. 9 highlights fall courses
September 1, 2015
A reception on Sept. 9 introduces the fall courses and programs of Wonderlust, a lifelong learning organization affiliated with MSU’s Extended University. Read more...
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MSU’s Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC) opens office in Billings to serve eastern Montana
September 1, 2015
Alistair Stewart has been hired to staff the new MMEC office at MSU Billings’ City College campus, where he will collaborate with City College on Montana’s RevUP workforce development grant. Read more...
MSU study abroad fair set for Sept. 1
August 31, 2015
The fair will be held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in the SUB Ballrooms. Read more...
MSU Extension in Gallatin County hosts Sept. 8 composting workshop
August 28, 2015
MSU Extension in Gallatin County will host a composting workshop on Sept.8, where participants will learn the basics of composting, various composting methods and cold climate tips and tricks. Read more...
Hosts for international teachers sought for Sunday, Sept. 27
August 28, 2015
MSU International Programs is seeking volunteers to host international teachers on Sept. 27. Read more...
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Wyckoff lecture on Sept. 16 kicks off MSU series about North American West
August 28, 2015
The MSU geography professor, will talk about writing his most recent book, a contemporary field guide to the American West. The event kicks off a six-lecture series bout the American West sponsored by the MSU College of Letters and Science. Read more...
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Late blight discovered in Gallatin Valley
August 26, 2015
Late blight, a disease of potatoes and tomatoes, was discovered in the Gallatin Valley late last week. Home gardeners and those with market gardens are asked to scout their potatoes and tomatoes for signs of late blight. Read more...
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MSU College of Letters and Science sets fall lecture series about North American West
August 25, 2015
The noted historian Patricia Limerick highlights “Western Lands and Peoples: Perspectives on the American West,” a new six-lecture series scheduled throughout the fall semester. Read more...
MSU students gain international business experience through business college’s internship program
August 25, 2015
Two business students in the MSU Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship participated in a month-long business internship in Tokyo this summer as part of the college’s Starzen Internship program. Read more...

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