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With the temperatures beginning to rise, so begins preparation for the 33rd annual Summerfest at Montana State University Billings.
BOZEMAN — Armed with butterfly nets and red Solo cups, Hayes Goosey will soon return to central Montana to capture more insects and spiders that share the range with sage grouse.
BOZEMAN – Carson Butler and Jesse DeVoe once sat still as stones while bighorn sheep grazed within 20 feet of them for an hour. Another time, DeVoe watched a golden eagle screaming from the sky as though it planned to scare a bighorn lamb off a cliff.
The MSU Billings Department of Music presents the Yellowjacket Jazz Big Band and Combo playing a tantalizing mix of funk, blues, bebop, swing and salsa on Thursday, April 24.
Montana State University Billings senior music student Kristy Dallas, a soprano, will perform her senior music recital in Cisel Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 12.
Two music majors at Montana State University Billings will present their senior recitals in April.
In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Montana State University Billings Library and the Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages will host a faculty poetry readings April 8.
Montana State University Billings senior music student Kirk Visser will perform his senior euphonium recital in Cisel Hall on April 3.
Sara Ness, a senior art student at Montana State University Billings, will exhibit a body of work in March made up of gestural figure drawings.
Black bears in Yosemite National Park and elsewhere are notorious for seeking out human food, even breaking into cars and cabins for it. Now a new study conducted by a former Montana State University graduate student reveals just how much human food has contributed to the diets of Yosemite b…
Wildlife crossings spanning the Trans-Canada Highway are allowing grizzly and black bears to spread their genes, according to a recent research paper written by a former Montana State University graduate student.
Annie Strader and Matthew Weedman combine for a new art show, “Vanishing Methods,” opening Thursday at Montana State University Billings’ Northcutt Steele Gallery. Their collaborative digital videos, photography and installation work is on display through Feb. 13.
Every handmade quilt shares a common thread: the bits of fabric stitched together tell a story. And as a popular venue for stories, the Montana State University Billings Library has become a venue for faculty, staff and community members to showcase their favorite pieces of quilted work.
The 45-voice University Chorus and 20-member Chamber Singers of Montana State University Billings will present their holiday season concert twice in December.
A new book that focuses on the changing ecology and management approaches in Yellowstone National Park has been published by Harvard University Press.
This photo taken when the Coffee family was awarded the 2004 Montana Family Business award, shows: Front row: Colton Coffee, Abby Coffee. Back row: Bill Coffee, C.M. Coffee, Virginia Coffee, Lorene Nefsy, Vicki Coffee, Caren Coffee.
Keith Yoder, a music performance major at Montana State University Billings, will perform his junior recital on Monday, Jan. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Cisel Recital Hall on the MSU Billings campus. The recital is free and open to the public.
Samantha Hamburg, a Montana State University Billings music performance major from Savage, will perform her junior flute recital on Saturday, Jan. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in Cisel Recital Hall. The recital is free and open to the public.
Northcutt Steele Gallery at Montana State University Billings is featuring the work of abstract artist Corey Drieth through Feb. 21. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
The MSU Billings Library Quilt Show, which opened Monday, is displaying more than 30 contributed quilts.
The annual MSU Billings Library Quilt Show, which opened Monday, will be on display from Jan. 14 to Feb. 28 at the university’s four-year campus, 1500 University Drive. The show is free.
For much of their academic careers as nursing students, they were recognizable by their scrubs, sanitary gloves and masks. Last week, the smiles told the story.
A Miles City native is Montana State University’s first Marshall scholar.
BOZEMAN – A Labrador that’s trained to find cadavers and a border collie plucked from a Bozeman animal shelter are helping rid Montana of noxious weeds.
The Northcutt Steele Gallery at Montana State University Billings will feature the work of encaustic painter Lauren Eisen in the next month, showcasing art that explores the relationships between humans and the natural world, and the effect of those relationships on native plant and animal life.
The Art Students’ League of Montana State University Billings will hold its art auction Nov. 17 at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
BOZEMAN — A former Montana State University student has discovered the rarest ladybug in the United States, MSU entomologist Michael Ivie says.
The MSU Billings American Indian Outreach office will host “Come to the 49” at 5:30 p.m. today at Peaks to Plains Park on the university campus just off of Rimrock Road.
BOZEMAN -- The Montana State University Extension Tribal Housing and Environmental Health Program will receive the 2012 National Award for Diversity at the annual meeting of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities in November.
BOZEMAN -- Jaime Waydo first dreamed of sending something to Mars when she was a Montana seventh-grader more familiar with seed potatoes than space.
An original theater production created and performed by Miles City high school students kicks off an innovative suicide-prevention campaign that uses social media and arts workshops to reach teens.
The 2012-13 academic year at Montana State University Billings kicks off with a faculty show that runs through early October.
The unmistakable atmosphere of a summer carnival — complete with games, food and family fun — will fill the air at this year’s Summerfest at Montana State University Billings.
Summerfest will mark 31 years of family fun Tuesday on the MSU Billings campus with games and activities for all ages, a barbecue, music and more.
BOZEMAN — Researchers at Montana State University have developed a protein that can increase the oil yield in oilseed crops by as much as 40 percent, potentially benefiting the biodiesel industry. Patents on this technology have been issued and research is ongoing.
Ambrose Taylor, a recent graduate of the MSU Billings College of Technology, will be one of 10 system support specialists at Cisco Live 2012, a five-day conference providing the latest in computer networking support and information technology solutions.
BOZEMAN -- Montana State University will construct an $18-million College of Business building in the northeast section of its campus, university officials announced on Friday.
Ethan Gray, a music performance major at Montana State University Billings, will perform his Junior Recital on Tuesday, April 10, in Cisel Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. The percussion recital is free and open to the public.
Anna Biegel, a pianist and music major at Montana State University Billings, will present her senior recital on Friday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m. at Cisel Recital Hall.
Nearly 70 top spellers from across Montana will be at Montana State University Billings on Saturday for the 47th annual Treasure State Spelling Bee.
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The director of the U.S. Geological Survey and a research director for Billings Clinic will be recognized this week for their work as role models for young girls interested in science careers.
BOZEMAN -- Jared Joyce is a creative sort of guy, so it's not surprising that the Montana State University graduate is mixing sharks and Twitter in new ways.
BOZEMAN -- A Montana State University expert on microbial life in polar environments and a leader of a U.S. project to explore the world beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is garnering worldwide attention for his insights into a Russian drilling project in Antarctica. For 10 years, MSU pro…
Jean Albus, a Bridger artist who uses photography to immerse viewers into the folds of landscape and the rise and fall of fabric imagery, is showing her art at the Northcutt Steele Gallery at Montana State University Billings.
Two students at Montana State University Billings have translated what they learned in the classroom into the real world by winning an international business competition.
Katherine Kendall, who studies grizzly and black bear populations in Montana and Idaho, will be the special guest scientist at this year’s Chicks in Science event set for noon to 4 p.m. on March 3 at Alterowitz Gym at MSU Billings.
Sam Harrington is a big fan of science fiction fantasy art, forays into the imagination of what might be. But never in his wildest dreams did he imagine a portrait of his to be the focus of a major initiative at Montana State University Billings.
MSU Billings graduate students Jennifer Wood and Sam Harrington joined forces to create a mural for “The Power of One” week at the university.
A selection of paintings and drawings by Montana State University Billings art professor Neil Jussila will be presented in the Northcutt Steele Gallery starting Wednesday and running through Feb. 10.