Montana State University

Web site includes MSU's Native American links and free e-book

July 31, 2007

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A new page on Montana State University's Web site serves as a gateway for all the university's programs for Native American students and community members.

The Indian Program Directors, an MSU group that serves as a resource and communication center for Native American cross-cultural, academic and student support initiatives, sponsors the page.

"MSU has many resources for Native American students and community members," said Florence Garcia, IPD chair and director of MSU's TRiO/Student Support Services. "And it's helpful to be able to access them all in one place."

The site also features a video podcast welcome message from MSU President Geoffrey Gamble, as well as a free downloadable e-book called "Gathering Together," an overview of Native American education and outreach programs at MSU. The site was created by MSU Extended University with support from TRiO and the EMPower program, which encourages the involvement of women and minorities in engineering.

Visit the site at: http://www.montana.edu/president/gathertogether/

Contact: Suzi Taylor, MSU Extended University, (406) 994-6550, taylor@montana.edu