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Drummer said the new teaching program is open to anyone and that Stone Child College does not require students to be Native American to attend.
“Our family is pleased to be able to help the American Indian Hall come to fruition. We were excited and gratified to see the remarkable donation from the Kendeda Fund and proud to join it, the Scott family and others in following President Cruzado’s leadership in bringing this project into reality for the benefit of...
Congratulations to the five schools in Montana who were named finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Competition
Congratulations to the five schools in Montana who were named finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow, a nationwide competition challenging students to creatively use S.T.E.M: science, technology, engineering, and math.
It’s part of the experiential learning opportunities that UM is known for.
“We at Montana State University know that attracting new students is not enough,” said MSU President Waded Cruzado. “Our job is not done unless they graduate.
Cheryl Strayed is a literary force.
In our State of the University address, three key themes emerged.
This experience exposes students to the opportunity to work face-to-face with professional engineers, NASA scientists, university students and educators.
Entrepreneurial opportunities associated with Montana State University’s Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship were highlighted in an article that recently appeared in a magazine with an international reach.
“This recognition highlights the national and even international impact of the amazing research that has been conducted right here at the University of Montana,” said Scott Whittenburg, UM vice president for research and creative scholarship.