Indigenous Languages Conference
MSU center hosts conference to support efforts to revitalize endangered indigenous languages
July 28, 2016
Approximately 70 teachers, scholars, elders and others involved in revitalizing endangered indigenous languages attended the conference, held earlier this week in Bozeman. Read more...
Michael Manhardt
New MMEC business adviser to provide assistance to Missoula and West-Central Montana
July 28, 2016
Michael Manhardt has joined MSU’s Montana Manufacturing Extension Center and will be working with UM’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research to provide assistance to the region’s manufacturing community. Read more...
 
MMEC provides substantial return on investment to Montana taxpayers
July 28, 2016
MMEC provides the state of Montana with an 8 to 1, or 800 percent, return on investment, based on the state’s 2014 investment of $250,000, according to a recent UM Bureau of Business and Economic Research study. Read more...
Cripps collecting mycorrhizal fungi in Waterton
MSU professor publishes popular book on mushrooms of the Rocky Mountains
July 28, 2016
The book is geared toward the public, land managers, naturalists and mushroom enthusiasts, not specifically researchers or scientists. Read more...
 
MSU project manager attends summer institute dedicated to advancing women leaders
July 28, 2016
Julie Clay, an information technology project manager at Montana State University, joined 62 female leaders from across the country at the 2016 HERS Denver Summer Institute. Read more...
Asbjornsen hall winter exterior
Design plans finalized for MSU’s new Norm Asbjornson Hall
July 28, 2016
The approximately 110,000 square-foot building will house parts of the MSU College of Engineering and the MSU Honors College. It will feature nine classrooms, 17 laboratories and a presentation hall that will seat approximately 300. Read more...
Camp Monaco
MSU “ice patch” scientists win Camp Monaco Prize for work in Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
July 27, 2016
Ecologists Craig M Lee, Greg Pederson and Dave McWethy received the prize from Prince Albert II of Monaco as well as a $100,000 cash award to research the ancient material revealed by rapidly melting ice patches in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Read more...
Inaugural class of Hilleman Scholars.
MSU inaugurates Hilleman Scholars Program for Montanans in honor of world’s most famous vaccinologist
July 26, 2016
Montana native Maurice Hilleman has been credited with saving more lives than any other scientist in the 20th century. This summer, MSU inaugurated a scholarship program in his name for 51 incoming Montana freshmen. Read more...
Will Swearingen receiving the Champion of Small Business Innovation award given by the Small Business Technology Council, June 2016.
Two MSU TechLink leaders receive Champion of Small Business Innovation awards
July 26, 2016
Will Swearingen and Ray Friesenhahn were recognized for their accomplishments by the Small Business Technology Council in Washington, D.C. Read more...
Pallid sturgeon
New York Times picks up pallid sturgeon research by MSU scientist
July 26, 2016
A New York Times article on the plight of the pallid sturgeon uses research conducted by MSU Affiliate Professor Christopher Guy. Guy was lead author of a paper that showed hatched embryos of this ancient fish species were unable to survive due to dams. Read more...

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