Press Releases 2012
MSU ranks in the top 10 for best college environmental programs in the nation.
Tristy Vick-Majors and Alex Michaud never dreamed when they were kids that they would someday conduct research in Antarctica, much less join a historic U.S. expedition to one of the Earth's last frontiers.
LRES graduates describe their new positions after graduation in the 2012 Ag Excellence Report. Web-accessible text version available here.
A microscopic mite and the disease it carries - wheat steak mosaic - are destroying wheat fields throughout the Great Plans. Now Montana State University faculty and students are fighting back.
Duncan Patten is one of the 121 people worldwide selected to be in the initial group of Fellows named by the Ecological Society of America
A Laborador that is trained to find cadavers and a Border Collie plucked from a Bozeman animal shelter are no helping rid Montana of noxious weeds.
Dr. Robert Peterson, professor of Entomology at Montana State University, speaks to NPR.
A Montana State University professor who is one of the leaders in a massive effort to explore the world beneath the Ross Ice Shelf has won an international award for his work in Antarctica.
From earth to sky, there's no frontier Native American women haven't crossed, from mapping the earth to flying through hurricanes to mastering animal science and promoting indigenous knowledge.
The interdisciplinary degree is designed for students interested in understanding and managing landscapes at multiple scales.
Ronald LodgePole, 29, a Land Resources graduate student at Montana State University, member of the Chippewa Cree tribe and co-president of MSU American Indian Council, helps plan the Pow-Wow.
A Montana State University expert on microorganisms in Yellowstone National Park will be part of an upcoming show on PBS.
The fifth International Wheat Stem Sawfly Conference will be held April 3-4, 2012 at Montana State University.
Seven MSU students winn "Torley" awards for community involvement.
The 30th Annual Awards for Excellence to honor 40 MSU seniors and their mentors.
MSU professor John Priscu is a sought-after expert on microbial life in polar ice and a leader of a U.S. project to explore the world beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
Montana State student farm offers real-life experience.
Many tropical forests are extremely rich in nitrogen even when there are no farms or industries nearby, says Montana State University researcher Jack Brookshire.