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Registering for Methods

Practicum I Registration Info

Practicum II Registration Info

Secondary Education Methods Registration
Please be sure you have received your acceptance to the program letter.


EDU 202 – Early Field Experience for Secondary Education majors

Click on the link above for more information on this fall course!


Pre- Registration for Art courses:

(courses that are "Consent Of Instructor")
March 24th - ARTZ courses only, Seniors 8 am, Juniors 9 am, Sophomores 10 am and Freshmen 11 am.  Thanks. 

Mandi McCarthy-Rogers
School of Art
213 Haynes Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717-3680


Work/Volunteer Opportunities

  • We wanted to reach out to you about an amazing opportunity for students known to many kids living with neuromuscular disease as “The Best Week of the Year!” This opportunity is a great chance for college students to start gaining hands on experience in education, public health, recreation, family social sciences and medical professions.
    For many kids in Montana served by the Muscular Dystrophy Association, August 11-16th will be a week filled with memories, fun and developing life-long skills. The Muscular Dystrophy Association has been building bridges and knocking down barriers for youngsters with neuromuscular disease by providing an unforgettable weeklong summer camp at no cost to their family and would not be possible without volunteers who act as the campers primary caregivers. Camp is a very magical place where year-round skills are developed and where a child with a disability can just be a kid. Camp is located at Camp Mak-A-Dream in Gold Creek, MT.
    We are seeking volunteers for this wonderful week! All of our campers are ages 6-17 and are matched up with a one-on-one volunteer for the week to assist with their needs (which can include transfers, assisting with acts of daily living, and just having fun). It will provide a week of hands on experience working with children living with neuromuscular disease and 150 volunteer hours. MDA Staff, Physicians, Nurses, Physical Therapist, Respiratory Therapists assist with all of the medical training needed for the week the only qualification are; enjoy working with kids, have an open heart for the week and be willing to learn! To learn more about the impact MDA Summer Camp can make please watch this video:
    This is a great opportunity to start building their resume, gain hands on experience, receives letters of recommendation as they are applying for post graduate opportunities and really is a fun-memorable week! We truly could not put on such an amazing week without the help from caring individuals like you and your students. We are wondering if you would be willing to send an e-mail message to your students, they can contact me directly at or 952-697-3250.
    I look forward to hearing from you soon,
    Gina & Katherine
    Gina Adolphson & Katherine Krieger| MDA Summer Camp Directors | Muscular Dystrophy Association
    ( 952-697-3250| *            ( 402-390-2914| *

  • The Refugee Center Online (RCO), an online education and community center for resettled refugees in the US, is recruiting two undergraduate MSU students to serve as Campus Service Corps Americorps members with our organization for the 2014-2015 school year. Members will research and develop an online GED program for the RCO's online education center. The RCO has two open positions: 1) Reasoning through Language Arts and Social Studies Program Development and 2) Mathematical Reasoning and Science Program Development. 

Each Service Corps Member will be expected to complete a 300 hour term of service over the 2014-2015 school year. Members will gain valuable research and nonprofit experience, as well as a $1,195 educational award.
For more information, please visit this position link or see the attached position description. Please direct any questions to Jessica at:

Applications are due by April 30th, 2014. click here for further information.


Professional Development

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Cyberbullying Journal Article


Get Involved!!!

Office of Activities and Engagement
                             America Reads * America Counts:
                             CAP Mentoring through Thrive:
ASCD Student Chapter – Advisor: Dr. Lynn Kelting-Gibson
SMEA-MFT Student Chapter – Advisor: Dr. Joyce Herbeck
Tech Ed Club – Advisor: Dr. Gilbert Kalonde