Leaders from Montana State University's four campuses will gather in Bozeman in late October to discuss strategies to help students achieve their goals.
The first annual One MSU Symposium, set for Oct. 29-30, is designed to help a group of MSU educators continue conversations about how to best serve students on all four of the university’s campuses in Bozeman, Billings, Havre and Great Falls. All MSU faculty members are invited to attend.
The two-day symposium will include a panel on faculty and student success; a keynote speech by Joseph B. Cuseo, professor emeritus of psychology at Marymount College in California; working groups on a host of topics, including transfer advising success strategies, writing, and financial aid and scholarships; and development of action plans, time lines and outcomes to help achieve the goals.
The full agenda for the symposium is available to download in the documents portion of this announcement, found at right. Individuals who are planning to attend the symposium should RSVP to Maggie Hammett, assistant to the president, at Maggie.firstname.lastname@example.org or 994-2343. Questions may also be directed to Hammett.
Contact: Maggie Hammett, (406) 994-2343 or email@example.com