Friday, March 15, 2019

Montana State University Bobcat Bulletin
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MSU alumna shares advice with female students at annual engineering dinner

In a working world in which men still dominate the fields of engineering and computer science, women need to be able to channel their inner superhero to break down gender barriers and reach their full potential.

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MSU sets March 29 American Indian Hall ground blessing

MSU will launch the American Indian Hall building project with events set for Friday, March 29, at the building's location on the lawn south of Hannon Hall.

MSU scientist turns from lizards and scat to developing tool for managing pandemics

As a college freshman, Alex Washburne already had his dream job: capturing lizards in the arid grasslands of New Mexico. He later went on to study snails, analyze stock prices for a hedge fund and collect scat for a major elk study around the Rockies.

Campus Roof Update

Update on Campus Building Evaluations and Frequently Asked Questions.

MSU discovery brings new understanding to sophistication of microbial warfare

It could be the plot of an espionage-filled, war-time thriller, or the blow-by-blow of sparring judo masters. But instead it's a true story of molecular warfare between microbes, beginning when a virus latches into a bacterium and injects its DNA, the first step toward infection.

Jerico Cummings named national Newman Civic Fellow for work supporting students in dialogues about identity

Cummings was named a Newman Civic Award fellow Wednesday for his work with gender and racial identity following a nomination from MSU President Waded Cruzado.

MSU doctoral student, alumna receive national recognition

A doctoral student and a recent alumna with MSU's adult and higher education doctoral program, both of whom also hold professional positions on campus, have received national recognition by a professional organization for college personnel.

MSU to offer new ranching systems bachelor's degree under new Dan Scott Ranch Management Program

A new ranching systems degree that is expected to help sustain the agricultural heritage of the northern Great Plains and Intermountain West will be offered at MSU beginning this fall as part of a new umbrella program.

MSU Wonderlust to offer talk March 21 in Belgrade about American turmoil in 1968

 MSU Wonderlust will present a public talk on the legacy of American turmoil during 1968. "A Half Century Later, a Look Back: America in 1968" will run from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Belgrade Community Library and will be led by MSU professor Rob Maher.


Monday, March 18
Spring Break begins

Tuesday, March 19
Getting the Garden Ready: From the Ground Up| 6:00-8:30 p.m. 

Sunday, March 24
Beyond the Stage: Art and Dance in the Court of Louis XIV from MSU Wonderlust| 2-4 p.m.

Tuesday, March 26
Planning and Investing for Your Retirement course begins| 6:30-8:45 p.m. 

Thursday, March 28
Spring Orser Executive Speakers Forum: Vu Le| 5 p.m.



April 3

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April 6

April 11-14

April 14

MSU Night at the Opera

Astronaut Captain Scott Kelly

2019 Sonny Holland Classic

MSU Spring Rodeo

Astronomy & Aerospace Day at MOR


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