MSU center to be renamed in honor of the late Ivan Doig, dean of Western writers
November 16, 2018
The MSU Center for Western Lands and Peoples will be renamed the Ivan Doig Center for the Study of the Lands and Peoples of the North American West as the result of an endowment by Carol Doig in honor of her late husband.
Glacier superintendent speaks Oct. 15 at next MSU Western Lands and Peoples lecture
October 1, 2018
Jeff Mow, superintendent at Glacier since 2013, will discuss "Glacier National Park: Challenges and Opportunities during Uncertain Times" as part of the MSU’s Center for Western Lands and Peoples’ 2018 Perspectives on the American West Lecture Series.
Crisis of sexual violence in Indian Country subject of MSU Weatherly Lecture set for Oct. 8
September 24, 2018
Sarah Deer, a prominent Native American lawyer, activist and MacArthur fellow, will deliver the 2018 Shannon Weatherly Memorial Lecture, “Sovereignty of the Soul: Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America.”
Local events commemorate 100th anniversary of World War I armistice
September 21, 2018
MSU’s Center for Western Lands and Peoples and the Gallatin History Museum have coordinated a series of events beginning Oct. 9 and running until Veterans Day to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I on Nov. 11, 1918.
MSU sets Oct. 8 lecture, book signing to honor its 125th anniversary and author Robert Rydell
September 17, 2018
“Democracy by Degrees,” a history book covering Montana State University’s 125 years by MSU history professor Robert Rydell, will be available at a lecture and book signing set for Oct. 8.