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September 14, 20113 years ago

MSU wins $1.2 million to help 4-H students learn about bioscience research

The funds will be used to bring 144 Montana high school 4-H students to the MSU campus, and to help the students conduct research in their own communities. Read more
September 12, 20113 years ago

Montana college fairs

Montana high school students invited to attend college fairs at 19 locations that will feature 60-90 higher education institutions and up to $15,000 in scholarships from Sept. 12 - 29 Read more
September 7, 20113 years ago

MSU to dedicate new veterans center on Sept. 12

MSU's new Veterans Center, located in SUB 180, will be dedicated at 11 a.m. Sept. 12. Read more
September 6, 20113 years ago

MSU study finds that drinking mineralized water might provide health benefits

The study found that drinking mineral-based alkaline water, along with a supplement, is better for hydratation and causes higher pH levels. Consuming certain mineralized water may impart some health benefits. Read more
August 30, 20113 years ago

Free tickets for Maya Angelou MSU lecture available beginning Aug. 31

Tickets required for a free lecture by the poet, educator, playwright, activist, historian, actor, director and popular personality. Read more
August 23, 20113 years ago

Aron Ralston, one-armed adventurist, to speak at MSU

Listen to outdoor legend and acclaimed speaker on September 7 Read more
August 9, 20113 years ago

MSU team surprised by results of lung, mold study

The lung infection Aspergillus fumigatus is caused by mold found in hay, soils and compost piles. Read more
August 5, 20113 years ago

Maya Angelou to speak at MSU Sept. 13

Bestselling author and activist Maya Angelou will give a free public lecture at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13. Read more
July 27, 20113 years ago

$1.8 million NASA grant helps parks prepare for climate and land use change

A new four-year project based at Montana State University in Bozeman will help Federal land managers administer changing landscapes. Read more
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