Tony Chang Receives David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship
MSU alum wins major fellowship in conservation science
May 24, 2017
MSU doctoral graduate Tony Chang won the David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship, considered the premier postdoctoral fellowship in conservation science. He will use it to research how forest disturbances affect water supplies across the West. Read more...
Ivan Doig
MSU to create exhibit about Ivan Doig for Big Sky Country State Fair
May 23, 2017
The exhibit, “Ivan Doig: Voices and Vistas,” will be an interactive learning experience that encourages the exploration of the celebrated Montana author’s work. Read more...
Melody Lindsay
MSU doctoral student wins scholarship for study of Utah’s Great Salt Lake
May 23, 2017
Melody Lindsay won the award for her work in how the lake’s changing salinity affects the microorganisms in the lake and the lifeforms that depend on them as food sources. This is the first time the scholarship has been awarded to someone outside of Utah. Read more...
David Claudio
MSU engineering professor wins international award for advising
May 23, 2017
David Claudio, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering in MSU’s College of Engineering, received the Global Outstanding Faculty Advisor Recognition Award from IISE in April after being nominated by his students. Read more...
MSU's MMEC announces 100 percent first-time pass rate on rigorous lean manufacturing certification exam
May 23, 2017
All six manufacturing professionals in MMEC’s spring 2017 class who sat for their the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Lean Bronze Certification examination passed on their first attempt. Read more...
Business students present information.
MSU business students to offer consulting for area businesses and non-profits
May 22, 2017
MSU’s Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship is seeking businesses and non-profit organizations willing to offer students practical business experience in return for research, issue analysis or operational advice during the fall semester. Read more...
MSU’s WTI launches program to study safe integration of semi-autonomous trucks
May 22, 2017
The Collaborative Human-Automated Platooned Trucks Alliance (CHAPTA) program at the Western Transportation Institute will study how to safely integrate driverless technology into the nation’s trucking fleet. Read more...
Robin Wilder Wins National Architecture Design Award
MSU architecture student’s design named one of top 10 in national contest
May 22, 2017
Robin Wilder’s design for a tiny home manufacturing facility received the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment’s Top Ten for Students award as one of the best student designs in the country. Read more...
Montana Space Grant Consortium director Angela Des Jardins
MSU-led project plans for 500 million website hits during total solar eclipse
May 18, 2017
The Eclipse Ballooning Project, which will live-stream aerial video of the Aug. 21 eclipse from balloons launched by more than 50 teams across the country, has had to facilitate solutions to handling the anticipated high viewer demand. Read more...
TechLink Develops Software for Army Corps of Engineers
MSU students gain experience helping improve U.S. Army software
May 18, 2017
Nearly 20 students in the Gianforte School of Computing in MSU’s College of Engineering have directly contributed to Army software testing and development at the TechLink Software Engineering and Analytics Laboratory (TSEAL) under paid internships. Read more...

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