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Mosquito-borne diseases and risk management to be discussed at Feb. 9 Café Scientifique
January 9, 2017
Bob Peterson will present “Managing Risk in a Complex World: Reflections on Mosquito-Borne Diseases and the Scientist’s Role in a Post-Fact Media Landscape” at 6 p.m. at the Baxter Hotel Ballroom in Bozeman. The event is free and open to the public. Read more...
Kristen Blackler. Rufus T. Firefly Award for Innovative Service
MSU to honor top faculty and staff
January 4, 2017
Nineteen members of MSU’s faculty and staff will receive their awards at the 2017 Spring Convocation, to be held Jan. 10. Read more...
Bumble Bee Researchers Author Book
MSU faculty and graduate student document first-ever Montana bumble bee species record, publish paper
January 3, 2017
The paper was published this week in the Annals of the Entomological Society of America. Co-authors were MSU’s Michael Ivie, Kevin O’Neill, Casey Delphia and Amelia Dolan. Read more...
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MSU's online graduate courses for science teachers open for spring registration
December 16, 2016
MSU Extended University’s spring online courses for science teachers are now open for enrollment. Read more...
Wetlands and Riparian Management Course
Online course on wetlands and riparian management set to begin Jan. 9
December 8, 2016
MSU Extended University will offer a 15-week online course on wetlands and riparian area management starting Jan. 9. Read more...
LRES Graduate Students Work with USGS
Partnerships between MSU and federal agencies provide job opportunities for graduate students
November 16, 2016
The Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Geological Survey are looking to train MSU graduate students alongside senior scientists to ensure long-term success of the agencies. Read more...
Six MSU-affiliated students receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships.
MSU awarded grant to research biofuel, carbon capture technologies for Upper Missouri River Basin
October 26, 2016
The $6 million grant will partner MSU with two other universities with the goal of reducing carbon dioxide concentrations while maintaining food security, water quality, biodiversity and other benefits provided by the UMRB. Read more...
Montana State University professor and polar ecologist John Priscu, center, inspects samples from subglacial Antarctica in his lab in Bozeman, Mont., with graduate students Trista Vick-Majors, left, and Alex Michaud. MSU photo by Kelly Gorham
MSU scientist plays key role in publishing extensive research on climate-driven Antarctic changes
October 19, 2016
John Priscu, a professor in the MSU Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences, composed an editorial and co-authored three papers in a special section devoted to the subject in the October issue of BioScience. Read more...
MSU Extension offers information on selecting fertilizer nitrogen rates
October 14, 2016
Selecting nitrogen fertilizer rates for next year's crop depends in part on this year's rain and harvest. Read more...
Soil Scientist Participates in Mars Simulation
MSU alumna spends year in solar-powered dome as part of simulated Mars mission
October 5, 2016
Carmel Johnston, of Whitefish, served as commander of the mission, which included five other researchers. Johnston earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from MSU’s Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences. Read more...

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