Friday, February 8, 2019

Montana State University Bobcat Bulletin
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MSU spring enrollment sets record

MSU's spring headcount has set a new record of 15,694 students, marking more than a decade of continuous enrollment growth.

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MSU's world-class Subzero Lab featured in NatGeo Explorer

The Subzero Research Laboratory at MSU was recently featured in National Geographic's "Explorer" television program, highlighting the lab's important role in advancing snow science.

MSU grad student receives NSF award to further refine super-cold refrigerator

A tall coffee maker seems fitting for a MSU laboratory where a bleary-eyed graduate student examines crystals long after midnight.

Gennie DeWeese and Bill Stockton are subjects of Feb. 28 lecture

Art historian Michele Corriel will lecture about Gennie DeWeese and Bill Stockton, two of the first-generation Montana modernist artists, at a free lecture scheduled for 6 p.m. at the Museum of the Rockies.

MSU organic chemist Sharon Neufeldt earns prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER award

An MSU scientist who loves the art and logic it takes to solve the puzzles of organic chemistry has won the National Science Foundation's most prestigious award for developing young researchers.

Malting class, conference at MSU highlights a growing industry

Illustrating the widespread growth of an industry that is gaining a foothold in Montana, roughly 170 people convened at MSU last week to improve their knowledge of malting, the process of preparing barley for making beer.

MSU to offer three online courses for science teachers in March

The MSU National Teachers Enhancement Network will offer its three final courses of the semester with one starting on March 4 and two on March 11.

MSU Engineers Without Borders to host Bozeman Without Borders 5K on April 26

The MSU chapter of Engineers Without Borders will host a 5-kilometer run/walk on April 26 to raise funds for sanitation and clean water projects in Kenya. 

Consultant and entrepreneur Stace Lindsay to speak Feb. 25 at MSU

International consultant and entrepreneur Stace Lindsay will discuss his path from growing up in Montana to becoming a Rhodes Scholar and making an impact around the world in a free lecture at 4:10 p.m. in the Procrastinator Theater at MSU.


Friday, February 8
Human Trafficking in the Gallatin Valley  |Noon-1:30 p.m. | Bozeman Public Library

Friday, February 8
MSU Track & Field-Dual Invitational | 3:30 p.m. | Brick Breeden Fieldhouse

Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10
Prismatic Film Festival | The Procrastinator Theater

Saturday, February 9
Men's Basketball vs. Idaho-Champ's Birthday Party | 2 p.m. | Brick Breeden Fieldhouse

Saturday, February 9
Western Film Series presents "The Rider" | 6 p.m. | Museum of the Rockies

Sunday, February 10
MSU Wind Symphony presents Maslanka's No. 10 | 7:30 p.m. | Willson Auditorium, Downtown Bozeman

Wednesday, February 13
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Session | 3:30-5:30 p.m. | Jake Jabs Hall, Rooms 211 and 215

Thursday, February 14
31st Annual Bug Buffet | Noon-4 p.m. | Strand Union Ballroom A


February 16  

February 26

March 5

March 29 

April 4

"Mindbender Mansion" opening at MOR

Brews & the Big Sky at MOR

Kinky Boots

American Indian Hall Ground Blessing Ceremony

Astronaut Scott Kelly


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