‘The Revenant’ author inspired by Western History
The eclectic career of Michael Punke is almost as full of surprising turns as the larger-than-life figures from Western history who have inspired his books. Punke, 52, has been a lawyer, U.S. diplomat and trade negotiator, but is best known for writing
MSU sets Doig Symposium for Sept. 13-16
August 31, 2017
MSU, which houses the Doig Archive, presents “Doig Country: Imagining Montana and the West.” The four-day event that is free and open to the public. Doig’s family, colleagues and scholars will discuss his life and work and its importance to the West.
Dr. Amanda Hendrix-Komoto was awarded the Best Article Award from the Mormon History Association
June 20, 2017
Best Article Award - best article published on Mormon history was received by Dr. Amanda Hendrix-Komoto
Festival of the West set April 20 at MSU
April 10, 2017
Ten MSU faculty members will give 15-minute presentations about their work involving the American West during the inaugural event.
Dr. Mary Murphy was honored with the Women's Faculty Caucus Distinguished Mentor Award for 2016-2017
February 23, 2017
This award is intended to recognize extraordinary efforts in mentoring women faculty in the university, and particularly junior faculty members, and has contributed substantially to the career development of one or more women faculty members.