MSU researcher to help lead $7 million project into rock-powered life
A new $7 million project to investigate the origins and future of life
in the universe will involve a Montana State University researcher and
several MSU students. Read more...
MSU announces second annual Provost’s Distinguished Lecturer Series
Six MSU faculty members will deliver lectures
throughout the academic year as part of the university’s annual
Provost’s Distinguished Lecturer Series. Read more...
MSU named one of the nation’s top institutions for awarding degrees to Native American students
A national diversity publication has named Montana State University one
of the nation’s top 100 institutions for awarding degrees to Native
American students. Read more...
Outstanding agriculture leaders to be honored Nov. 7
The MSU College of Agriculture will present its annual Outstanding Agricultural Leader awards during the annual Celebrate Agriculture event. Read more...
Lecture on Alzheimer’s disease, autism, developmental toxicity
Scientific and ethical solutions to Alzheimer’s disease, autism and developmental toxicity will be discussed during the 37th annual Margaret and Harry Hausser Lecture Thursday, Oct. 16, at MSU’s Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman. Read more...
MSU Extended University to offer EMT course
The deadline is Oct. 31 to apply for a Montana State University Extended
University basic course for emergency medical technicians that will be
taught next spring. Read more...
MSU psychology professor named to national girls STEM board
Jessi Smith, a psychology professor at Montana State University, has
been selected for the Champions Board of the National Girls
Collaborative Project. Read more...
MSU Mortar Board chapter wins national award
MSU’s Pi Sigma Alpha chapter of Mortar Board
was among the outstanding Mortar Board chapters to be recognized at the
2014 Mortar Board National Conference, held last summer in Atlanta. Read more...