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MSU's annual agricultural outlook conference set for Nov. 3
September 28, 2017
MSU's Department of Agriculture Economics and Economics and MSU Extension will host the conference, “Managing Land Resources in the Context of Variable Weather,” as part of the MSU College of Agriculture's annual Celebrate Agriculture event. Read more...
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MSU to host annual Celebrate Agriculture event Nov. 3-4
September 21, 2017
MSU’s College of Agriculture, Montana Agricultural Experiment Station hosts the event to honor the state and university’s joint agricultural legacy and in celebration of current students, agriculture alumni, and MSU’s extended agricultural community. 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...
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...
George Haynes
MSU research may help Montana families better afford child care
June 7, 2017
MSU economist George Haynes was commissioned to develop a survey to analyze child care costs across the state. The state will use the data to help determine subsidy rates for scholarships provided to low-income families to assist with child care costs. Read more...
Michael Hollinger Newman Civic Fellow
MSU student activist wins national Newman Award
May 30, 2017
Michael Hollinger, a junior from Nikiski, Alaska, majoring in political science with minors in psychology and economics, has been named a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact for his work to shine a light on human trafficking in Montana. Read more...
MSU to host April 7 conference focused on poverty and policy
March 20, 2017
“Poverty and Policy: Understanding the causes, consequences, and current programs to address poverty in Montana and the U.S.” will be held in the Procrastinator Theater. The conference is open to the public. Read more...
Udall Scholar Montana Wilson
MSU Native American student Montana Wilson wins prestigious Gates Cambridge scholarship
February 9, 2017
The scholarship, which is funded by the Gates Foundation, is similar to the Rhodes Scholarship, but recipients attend Cambridge rather than Oxford. Wilson is the first Native American Gates Cambridge Scholar in the history of the scholarship program. Read more...
Dartmouth economist probes economics of preschool education on Oct. 13  
October 4, 2016
Cascio, also a research associate in the Programs on Education, Development of the American Economy, and Children at the National Bureau of Economic Research, will lecture about the impacts of preschool education from an economic perspective. Read more...
MSU to host agricultural outlook conference Nov. 11
September 29, 2016
The Montana State University Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics and MSU Extension will host an agricultural economics conference, “Agricultural Production Trends and Changing Food Systems." Read more...

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