Student in College of Agriculture Steer-A-Year program checks steer
MSU College of Agriculture seeks steer donations for student program
September 18, 2017
MSU’s College of Agriculture is seeking steer donations for its Steer-a-Year student club for the 2017-18 year. Donated steers will be used to give students hands-on experience in all aspects of the beef industry. Read more...
Elizabeth Shanahan and Raina Plowright
MSU scientists win $1.65 million NSF grant to study how human behavior impacts spread of infectious diseases
September 14, 2017
MSU epidemiologist Raina Plowright and MSU political scientist Elizabeth Shanahan are collaborating with a multidisciplinary international research team to examine the ways human activity contributes to the spread of infectious diseases. Read more...
Reata Brannaman Featured in Magazines
MSU equine instructor featured on cover of two national magazines
September 12, 2017
Reata Brannaman, an adjunct instructor in MSU's College of Agriculture, appears on the covers of America’s Horse and Cowgirl magazines. Brannaman is a 2017 graduate of MSU’s Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship. Read more...
Bighorn sheep
MSU researcher works to restore struggling bighorn sheep populations
September 5, 2017
MSU epidemiologist Raina Plowright recently completed a four-year study of a bighorn sheep population in Oregon infected with a pathogen that can cause pneumonia. The findings have been published in Ecology Letters. Read more...
MSU Pesticide Education Program offering classes for pesticide applicators across south-central Montana on Oct. 2-6
September 5, 2017
The MSU Pesticide Education Program is offering the Pest Management Tour for pesticide applicators at 10 locations across south-central Montana from Oct. 2-6. Read more...
Students look at lab samples in Voyich-Kane's lab
Salish Kootenai College students tour MSU science labs to explore graduate education
September 5, 2017
Fourteen students toured labs in MSU’s Department of Microbiology and Immunology to learn more about opportunities for graduate research. The tour is part of Salish Kootenai College’s efforts to encourage Native students to seek advanced degrees. Read more...
Kyle Mitchell New Century Farmer
MSU student, alumna, attend prestigious national conference for future farmers
August 29, 2017
Kyle Mitchell and Gwynn Simeniuk were both selected to participate in a nationally competitive FFA conference focused on helping students develop their careers in production agriculture. Read more...
Carly Urban
MSU professor presents research at U.S. Treasury meeting on financial education of nation’s youth
August 24, 2017
Carly Urban presented the research to federal policymakers to discuss recent studies gauging the financial literacy of the nation’s youth and implications of required financial education in high school. Read more...
A photo of rush skeletonweed
Lake County sees new infestation of rush skeletonweed
August 24, 2017
The Rush Skeletonweed Task Force joined with volunteers in Pablo on July 25-26 to survey the expanse of a recently discovered rush skeletonweed infestation. 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...

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