Friday, May 24, 2019

Montana State University Bobcat Bulletin
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MSU doctoral student earns prestigious fellowship for computational geometry

When making a prostate cancer diagnosis, pathologists ordinarily evaluate the images seen on a biopsy slide to identify cancerous growths. MSU doctoral student Anna Schenfisch hopes her research in mathematics and computer science may someday streamline that evaluation process.

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Research experience at MSU propels Jacie Meldrum toward career in speech language pathology

A research class Jacie Meldrum opted to take her first year at MSU has propelled her toward a future career that she previously didn't even know existed.

Genghis Khan exhibit on display at the Museum of the Rockies

"The Real Genghis Khan," an exhibit that tells the story of Khan's life, home, people, culture and enduring legacy, is on display at the Museum of the Rockies through Sept. 29.

MSU researcher co-authors book on new approach to traffic safety

A new book that explores an emerging approach to reducing vehicle crashes is co-edited by MSU's Nicholas Ward, director of the university's Center for Health and Safety Culture.

EcoStar Pollution Prevention award winners recognized

MSU Extension and Gov. Steve Bullock recently recognized this year's EcoStar award winners for their pollution prevention efforts and statewide leadership.

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks to perform 'Henry IV, Part I' and 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' in its 47th season

The company will travel more than 7,000 miles during the season, which runs from June 12 through Sept. 3, and perform in 61 communities. All performances, except the Sweet Pea Festival in Bozeman, are free and hosted in local parks and public spaces, making them accessible to all.

MSU leaders to visit northwestern Montana during annual bus tour

This year's tour, with a theme of "Follow the Mountain and Valley Economies," will include stops in Missoula, Hamilton, Corvallis, St. Regis, Trout Creek, Kootenai Falls, Libby, Kalispell and Ronan.

MSU's Western Transportation Institute to host STEM and design summer camps for middle schoolers

MSU's Western Transportation Institute will host two five-day summer camps that are free for area middle school students interested in community design, planning, and science, technology, engineering and math.


Friday, May 24
Doig/Stegner Writing in the West | 6-8 p.m..

Monday, May 27
Memorial Day Holiday

Tuesday, May 28
Drones in Agriculture-Park County| 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Wednesday, May 29
Drones in Agriculture-Broadwater County| 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Friday, May 31
MSU Horticulture Farm Volunteer Day| 1-5 p.m.



June 1

June 8

June 8

June 12

June 19

Genghis Khan Family Day at MOR

Nation's T. rex Celebration

Weaving & Crafting Family Day at MOR

Shakespeare in the Parks presents Henry IV Part I

MSU Horticulture Farm Volunteer Day


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