The prestigious five-year grant will fund research into the magma storage and eruption that created the Yellowstone Caldera.
MSU Photo by Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez
The $3 million transmission electron microscope is one of only two in the Northern Rocky Mountain region and can be used to construct high-resolution images of cells in molecular detail.
MSU photo by Kelly Gorham
Vaccines are available to faculty and staff by appointment through University Health Partners.
For fall, to the greatest extent possible, MSU will offer in-person, traditionally formatted instruction, campus activities, and cultural and athletic events in a manner closer to "normal" than has been seen since the start of the pandemic.
As part of a global effort to monitor for mutations of the coronavirus, the MSU team used cutting-edge technology to identify and analyze a variant that circulated in Bozeman.
Gallatin College will offer a construction job site readiness training program in July. Registration for the program is June 30.
Thomas Carroll, professor emeritus of plant pathology, passed away on June 3.
Women's Club Volleyball is currently looking for an advisor.
Registration is now open for MSU's Youth Writing Camp, to be held July 12–16 on MSU’s campus.
The MSU Library's subscription to NexisUni will end June 30. The Library will post alternative tools on its Resource Updates page.
Researchers from the Sleep Research Laboratory are looking for adults to take part in a study assessing cardiovascular and nervous system reactivity to stress.
There are no faculty/staff events scheduled for today. Please look at the Calendar of Events for more upcoming events.
11:00am - 3:00pm
Bobcat Stadium West Entrance
Doug Young's Celebration of Life 1946-2020
10:00am - 11:30am
Bobcat Boot Camp - Orientation Session Two
8:00am - 10:00am
July Start 4x4 Session 2021
Late Summer 2021 Start
Fall 2021 Classes Begin