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Fall 2013

Mountains and Minds

Saul Martinez

Call to duty Saul Martinez lost his legs in Iraq. Now he stands up for MSU veterans and those he left behind.

Nada Glass Bakos

On target
Montana's Nada Glass Bakos was one of the CIA analysts who unearthed key information that led to finding Osama bin Laden.

John Priscu

Life in the extreme
John Priscu led a team of scientists that found bacteria deep under the Antarctic ice, a discovery that changes our understanding of life.

wildernesses

Wild world*
MSU-Zambia partnership draws on lessons from Yellowstone to help preserve one of the world's most ecologically intact wildernesses.

Pediatric partners*, MSU nursing students and Fort Peck Reservation benefit from new health care partnership.

Leadership, Deidre Combs writes about how each of us can be called to lead.

Christina Z. Anderson*, Christina Z. Anderson’s career with ‘alt’ photography pushes beyond walls of MSU.

Andy Austin, Bobcat lineman Andy Austin helps change life in Namibia, two wheels at a time.

Hunter Lloyd,  Hunter Lloyd uses robots and comedy to teach students about science and engineering.

Mary Ann Pearce,  Mary Ann Pearce seeks to recreate mentorship and advocacy she found at MSU.

Jack Horner*, Building a chicken that bites.

Photo Play, Puzzle solution: find 10 differences.

*Includes exclusive Web extras