Friday, March 22, 2019
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.
The 44th annual American Indian Council Powwow at MSU will be held March 29-30 at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. The powwow is free and open to all. This year's powwow will be dedicated to missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.
Students at MSU will hold the institution's second annual Diversity Symposium from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, in the Strand Union Building Ballrooms.
The MSU Initiative for Regulation and Applied Economic Analysis will examine issues facing K-12 education and research that may address those issues during an annual conference set for April 12 at the university.
All five teams of MSU student entrepreneurs who competed at a recent statewide startup competition earned awards and funding to support their ventures. The MSU teams swept the top four places and secured the majority of the $50,000 available prize money.
MSU's Office of the Dean of Students, in partnership with the city of Bozeman and the Good Neighbor Committee, will host a free off-campus living resource fair on March 26.
MSU biochemistry professor Brian Bothner will discuss biological systems and the value of temporal data for understanding them at the next Kopriva Science Seminar Series lecture on March 28.
A half-day workshop at MSU is designed to help business owners, especially those in manufacturing, achieve more successful transitions, such as changes in ownership and management.
Prizewinning writer Richard Ford will deliver the MSU 2019 Stegner Lecture at 6 p.m. at the Museum of the Rockies. A reception will follow the lecture, which will be titled "Appropriating the West (And Other Petty Larcenies)." Although the event is free and open to the public, space is limited and tickets must be reserved in advance.
MSU EVENTS CALENDAR
Saturday, March 23
Sunday, March 24
Tuesday, March 26
Wednesday, March 27
Thursday, March 28