Archived News & Events - 2014
|MSU named one of the nation’s top institutions for awarding degrees to Native American
A national diversity publication has named Montana State University one of the nation’s top 100 institutions for awarding degrees to Native American students. Read More...
|Award-Winning Professors at MSU for One Year
Joseph P. Gone, a Montana native and specialist in Native American mental health issues who is serving as Katz Family Endowed Chair in Native American Studies at MSU this academic year, and his spouse, the noted African-American historian and professor Tiya Miles, are taking a year away from the University of Michigan, where they are both noted professors. Each is working on research projects in Montana while based on the MSU campus. Read More..
|Commencement celebrates student success in the face of adversity
More than 600 students crossed the stage in the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on Saturday morning to shake hands with Montana State University President Waded Cruzado during the Fall 2014 Commencement ceremony. Read More...
|American Indian Student Success Advisor Rita Sand receives Outstanding Academic Advising Award|