Gesine Janzen
MSU professor and student win Mary Edsall McLaughlin Awards
May 27, 2016
Gesine Janzen, an MSU art professor, and Billy Collins, a graduate film student, received the awards for their proposed research projects, to be conducted during the summer. Read more...
Laser technician David Ferguson
Gallatin College MSU to offer new associate’s degree in photonics, receives nearly $200,000 National Science Foundation grant
May 26, 2016
The two-year program will prepare graduates to work as technicians in laser optics and photonics companies. It will lead to an associate’s degree in photonics and laser technology. Read more...
campus archive
Promising new youth suicide prevention intervention program to be provided in Montana
May 26, 2016
Designed to enhance mental health resiliency in youth, the research-based program will be offered in 11 schools throughout Montana thanks to a $303,000 MREDI grant, committed facilitators and the MSU Center for Mental Health Research and Recovery. Read more...
MSU students study outdoors near the Honors Quads.
MSU remains school of choice for high-achieving students from Montana
May 26, 2016
Seventy-two percent of the top academically ranked high school scholars from across the state have indicated they plan to attend MSU in the fall. The largest share of MUS Honor Scholarship recipients have enrolled at MSU for at least the last six years. Read more...
Jennifer Anderson
MSU Extension employees win awards for excellence in community development
May 25, 2016
Jennifer Anderson received the Excellence in Community Development Individual Award and a team led by Katie Weaver earned the team award. Read more...
Doug Holen
MSU hires Doug Holen as new Foundation Seed Program manager
May 24, 2016
As manager, Holen will oversee the MSU Foundation Seed program, which provides foundation seed to statewide producer partners, primarily from the university’s spring and winter wheat and barley breeding programs. Read more...
 
MSU business students to offer free consulting for area businesses and non-profits
May 24, 2016
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...
Hikmet Budak
Budak brings international perspective to improve Montana’s wheat crop
May 24, 2016
Hikmet Budak, MSU’s first Montana Plant Sciences Endowed Chair, brings the world’s most up-to-date research to help the university improve wheat that will stand up to the traditional stressors of Montana’s most important crop. Read more...
Greg Gianforte
MSU receives $8 million pledge from Greg and Susan Gianforte
May 20, 2016
The pledge includes $5 million for an endowment to support the newly renamed Gianforte School of Computing, $2 million for the university’s South Campus initiative and $1 million in current use funds for the school. Read more...
 
MSU business college seeks nominations for annual Montana family business awards
May 19, 2016
Nominations for the 2016 MSU Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship State Farm Insurance Family Business Awards are due Friday, June 10. Read more...

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