MSU’s Bill Clinton handcrafted the 125th capsule from wood fabricated from campus trees. The capsule will be archived until MSU’s 200th anniversary in 2093.
A partnership between the MSU Leadership Institute and the city of Bozeman, the Mentored by the Mayor program pairs an MSU student with Bozeman's mayor to address issues of importance to the city.
Seminar topics will include paraquat safety, herbicide resistance, pulse marketing and crop rotations.
Asbjornson will be honored at Montana State University's fall commencement ceremony on Dec. 15 for his exceptional and longstanding support of MSU.
Backed by a NASA grant, the team will build and test a device that uses high-energy particles emitted by the sun and other celestial bodies to produce the random numbers needed for data encryption.
Through a new program called Building Good Neighbors, MSU graduate counseling students offer individual counseling sessions and therapy groups for inmates.
The grant allows regional land-grant university faculty and Montana organic farmers to launch a multi-pronged attack on creeping thistle and field bindweed infestations on organic farms.
Faculty, deans, library directors, library colleagues and curricula designers from Montana higher education are invited to participate.
Clarivate Analytics named Montana State University professor Paul Stoy as one of the top 1 percent cited international scientists by field.
Rosana Molina, doctoral candidate in cell biology and neuroscience, has received a three-year grant to continue her work of improving a neuroscience tool that uses fluorescent proteins found in some coral and jellyfish.
The students are conducting the research in the Food Product Development Lab, part of MSU’s new hospitality management program.