Joanna Harmon, Brett Garrett, and Luke Massengill in The Merchant of Venice, 2015. Credit: Kyra Ames Photography
Montana Shakespeare in the Schools to tour Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’
September 28, 2016
The company will perform “Hamlet” to approximately 12,000 students in communities throughout Montana, Wyoming and Washington during its 2016 fall tour. Read more...
Chris Organ Researches Skull Evolution
MSU scientist publishes dinosaur research linking bony cranial ornamentation to body size
September 27, 2016
MSU Research Professor Chris Organ has published a paper that details how theropod dinosaurs with bony cranial ornaments, like horns and crests, evolved to gigantic body sizes as much as 20 times faster than species without them. Read more...
Harlen Weaver
College of Letters and Science Distinguished Speakers series hosts Harlan Weaver
September 27, 2016
Weaver will speak on the issue of multispecies justice, or caring about animals in an era when humans still suffer oppression. Read more...
Steve Beck, founder and president of Beck Seminars.
Extended University to offer customer service workshop Oct. 26
September 27, 2016
The workshop, called Exceptional Customer Service, is appropriate for employees and supervisors from any industry. Read more...
Steer Donations for MSU Steer-A-Year Program
MSU’s Steer-A-Year program seeks steer donations
September 27, 2016
Montana State University’s College of Agriculture is seeking donations of steers for its Steer-A-Year program, which allows students to continue their hands-on learning in the beef industry. Read more...
Asbjornsen hall winter exterior
MSU launches new center designed to improve engineering students’ success
September 27, 2016
The Montana Engineering Education Research Center will bring together an interdisciplinary team with the goal of improving engineering students’ success and preparing students for a 21st century workforce. Read more...
Ben LaFrance
MSU graduate earns prestigious NSF fellowship to further his research in cell division
September 26, 2016
Ben LaFrance, a 2014 graduate of MSU’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Program Fellowship. He is currently conducting research in cell division at the University of California, Berkeley. Read more...
Alex Adams
MSU research center targets health disparities in Montana’s rural and tribal communities
September 26, 2016
The Center for American Indian and Rural Health Equity’s mission is to reduce health disparities in Montana’s rural and tribal communities in collaboration with local partners. Already two years old, the center was recently recognized by the Montana Unive Read more...
Montana high school seniors encouraged to apply for 2017 scholarships at MSU
September 26, 2016
The priority deadline for scholarship applications is Feb. 1, 2017. Read more...
Owners of Dee-O-Gee to speak Oct. 17 at MSU Entrepreneur Day
September 26, 2016
Josh and Holly Allen will share their story during the event’s keynote lecture, “Dee-O-Gee: From retail boutique start-up in Montana to national expansion,” set for 1-2 p.m. in SUB Ballroom A. The lecture is free and open to the public. Read more...

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