Friday, May 3, 2019

Montana State University Bobcat Bulletin
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MSU announces candidates for May 4 commencement

MSU expects approximately 1,667 undergraduate students, 259 master's students and 80 doctoral students will receive degrees on Saturday.

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Sheila Stearns to be honored at MSU

Sheila Stearns, the first woman to hold the position of commissioner of higher education in Montana, will receive an honorary doctorate degree in letters from MSU at its spring commencement ceremonies set for May 4.

MSU seeking qualifications from artists for new American Indian Hall public art

The university is seeking qualifications from professional or emerging artists, or teams of artists, to produce original, site-specific works that highlight several themes.

Terry Payne, Scott family to receive MSU Presidential Medallions on May 4

Five siblings of the Scott family from Montana and northern Wyoming and Terry Payne of Missoula will receive the MSU Presidential Medallion at commencement on May 4, honoring their support for the university and the people of Montana.

MSU technology education students receive awards at national competition

Technology Education Club members received awards in several categories in the Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association's annual competition, which was held in late March at the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association conference in Kansas City, Missouri.

MSU architecture grad student earns top prize in national design contest

Torre Annunziata, Italy, is half a world away from Montana. Yet a Montana State University graduate architecture student's imagined design to transform the city's dilapidated train station into a cultural site has won her a place among the top finishers in a national student design competition.

Simple request sets MSU student on path to win grant from Gates Foundation

All Amanda Leckband wanted to do was borrow a book on celiac disease. It was a simple request, but it got the MSU student involved in research, which led to a prestigious grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks forum set for May 10

MSU Wonderlust will host a public forum on Montana Shakespeare in the Parks on May 10. The free event will run from noon until 1:30 p.m. at the Bozeman Public Library.


Friday, May 3
MSU Track & Field-Tom Gage Classic | 

Sunday, May 5
MOR Teacher Appreciation Day| 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sunday, May 5
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in Concert | 3 p.m..

Thursday, May 9
Women's Circle of Excellence Conference| 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 9
"The Other Wallace Stegner" | 6-7:30 p.m.



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May 21

May 21

May 27

May 31 

Julie Gosswiller, piano & Carrie Krause, violin

Floral Deisgn Trio Course

Celtic Woman

Memorial Day Holiday

MSU Horticulture Farm Volunteer Day


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