MSU Extended University to offer Feb. 9 encore of grant writing boot camp
January 20, 2017
Participants will learn effective strategies for successful grant writing and leave with new ideas and writing samples that can be incorporated into their next grant proposal. Read more...
Martin Cox
National intelligence officer to speak about Ebola crisis in West Africa Jan. 26 at MSU
January 19, 2017
Martin Cox, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s senior intelligence officer for Africa, will speak Jan. 26 and meet with students and staff Jan. 26 and 27 about career opportunities in the NGA and the National Security Administration. Read more...
CubeSat Computer in Int'l Space Station
MSU researchers test computer technology on International Space Station
January 17, 2017
As of Dec. 14, the International Space Station has a new visitor: a Rubik's Cube-sized computer prototype, designed by Montana State University researchers to demonstrate an improved method for coping with the radiation of outer space. Read more...
Chaofu Lu Receives Grant from Department of Energy
MSU scientist wins $1.2 million federal grant to improve camelina seed qualities
January 17, 2017
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded the grant to Chaofu Lu, MSU associate professor of plant science, to research ways to improve the usefulness of the ancient crop that has the potential for biofuel production. Read more...
MSU Alumni Association chapter to host free alumni event Jan. 24 in Helena
January 17, 2017
Featured speakers at the event will include ASMSU President Garrett Leach and Robert Rydell, professor and director of the MSU Humanities Institute. Read more...
Joaquin Small-Rodrigue
MSU sets Standing Rock informational overview on Jan. 26
January 17, 2017
Reckoning at Standing Rock: An Overview, Informational Forum, which is a symposium of lectures, discussions and presentations about the protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock, North Dakota, will be held Jan. 26. Read more...
MSU instructor Lori Goss Lawson
MSU Continuing Education to offer going global course to aid in cultural understanding
January 13, 2017
The course is designed to help participants understand and adapt to cultural differences at work and at play. Read more...
A. John Rush, M.D.
Free public lecture on new treatments for mood disorders set for Feb. 2 at the Emerson Center
January 13, 2017
Dr. A. John Rush will present "Patient-Driven Care: The Key to Recovery from Mood Disorders," as part of the College of Letters and Science's Distinguished Speakers Series. Read more...
Elizabeth Burroughs, head of the MSU Department of Mathematical Sciences
Burroughs discusses transcendence of math at provost lecture set Jan. 24
January 13, 2017
Elizabeth Burroughs, head of the Department of Mathematical Sciences, speaks about “Transcendence and Wisdom: Perspectives on Mathematics and the Preparation of Teachers” at the first MSU Provost’s Distinguished Lecturer Series lecture of the semester. Read more...
Pulse Crop Breeder Kevin McPhee Arrives at Montana State
MSU hires new pulse crop breeder
January 12, 2017
Montana State University has hired Kevin McPhee to develop a pulse crop research program that will reflect Montana’s growing pulse industry in dryland agriculture. Read more...

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