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MSU Extension wins $28,000 emergency training grant
February 16, 2017
MSU Extension has won a State Homeland Security and Emergency Services grant to provide Montana communities with training in plan creation for livestock and pet evacuation during an emergency. Read more...
Campus then and now
MSU launches events leading to 125th anniversary in 2018
February 16, 2017
MSU is launching a series of events in celebration of its 125th anniversary in February 2018. Read more...
Jaime Jacobsen and Aaron Pruitt at the Montana PBS studios in Bozeman.
MontanaPBS, MSU film graduates win $500,000 grant to make film about the kilogram
February 16, 2017
The National Institute of Standards and Technology grant of nearly $500,000 to MSU supports the making of a feature-length documentary about the international race to redefine the kilogram. Read more...
Multimedia series concert featuring video art and electronic music by MSU students
MSU School of Music sets multimedia concert Feb. 26
February 16, 2017
The concert will feature the work of faculty performers and composers in a presentation of electroacoustic music and sonic/multimedia art. Read more...
L.J. Krumenacker
MSU paleontologist co-authors paper on diverse marine-life fossil site he found as a teenager
February 16, 2017
L.J. Krumenacker, a doctoral student in MSU's Department of Earth Sciences, discovered the fossil locality 15 years ago near Paris, Idaho. The site yielded numerous fossils from 250 million years ago and included some surprising finds. Read more...
Nathan Kutz
Free public lecture about data-driven discovery of physical laws and principals set for Feb. 23 at MSU
February 16, 2017
Nathan Kutz, professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington, will discuss how the plummeting costs of sensors, computational power and data storage are providing scientists with opportunities for data-driven discovery. Read more...
annual bug buffet
29th annual MSU Bug Buffet set for Feb. 24
February 16, 2017
Food security and sustainable food production will be among the topics of discussion at the event, to be held from noon - 4 p.m. in the Strand Union Building, Ballroom A. Read more...
Montana State University students pose for a photo Wednesday, September 21, 2016 during an annual reception to honor recipients of various scholarships and awards.
Longtime MSU supporters give $4 million to establish Cameron Scholars Program
February 15, 2017
Nancy Cameron, along with her brother, David Cameron, and his wife, Tanya, all from a homesteading family north of Great Falls, have committed to giving MSU $4 million. The endowment will establish the Cameron Scholars Program in the MSU Honors College. Read more...
Emery Three Irons
MSU graduate student receives more than $60,000 scholarship from National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
February 14, 2017
Emery Three Irons will use the scholarship to continue researching water quality on Montana's largest Indian reservation. Read more...
Chris Organ Researches Skull Evolution
MSU evolutionary biologist co-authors paper on live birth in an ancient reptile
February 14, 2017
The 250-million-year-old fossil specimen of a long-necked marine reptile related to birds and crocodiles was found containing an embryo in its abdomen, evidence of live birth. Read more...

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