Undergraduate Research in the College of Letters and Science
McCall Voy, a recent MSU graduate from Great Falls, Mont., earned a Fulbright English Assistantship to spend a year in the Asian country of Laos.
Microbiology and pre-medicine major Brianna Bull Shows, an enrolled member of the Apsáalooke (Crow) Nation from Pryor, Mont., was selected as a Udall Scholar in the tribal health care category.
Zariah Tolman, a senior from Otto, Wyo., who is double majoring in biochemistry and cell biology and neuroscience, won a 2019 Truman Scholarship in recognition of her leadership potential and commitment to public service.
Kelly Proffitt, an MSU alumna who received her doctoral degree in fish and wildlife biology through the Department of Ecology, won the 2019 Biologist of the Year Award from the Montana Chapter of The Wildlife Society. The award is presented annually for significant achievements in wildlife conservation. Proffitt has worked as a wildlife biologist for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks since 2009.
Highlights for each department, including student achievements, awards, research activity or other departmental accomplishment.
The Department of Native American Studies is proud to announcement that Loren BirdRattler will hold the Katz Family Chair in Native American Studies for a three-year appointment. The chair is funded by a generous donation from Sheldon and Audrey Katz.