Since July 2010, 235 retired faculty members have given $4.1 million toward What It Takes, the campaign for Montana State University. Gifts from retired faculty have made a major impact on the growth and sustainability of MSU.
During its annual homecoming celebration Friday and Saturday, Sept. 25-26, Montana State University will launch the public phase of a comprehensive campaign to raise $300 million in private support.
Hundreds of people gathered Thursday at Montana State University’s Jabs Hall, home of the Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship, to celebrate the newly constructed building with a ceremony and ribbon cutting.
A celebration of Montana State University’s newly constructed Jabs Hall will be held Thursday, May 7, in Jabs Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
The Gianforte Family Foundation will give $1 million to MSU’s College of Engineering and Computer Science Department in an effort to help educate and graduate greater numbers of computer science majors.
Forty of MSU’s top seniors and their faculty or staff mentors were recognized Feb. 17, at the 33rd annual Awards for Excellence banquet held on the MSU campus.
MSU announced today that alumna Janis Marie Elliott, a 1977 graduate has given a gift to establish three separate scholarship funds to support nursing, industrial engineering and pre-veterinary students.
A pair of gifts totaling $150,000 from MSU alumni Janyce and David Hoyt, Diane Knapp Pulfrey and her husband, Cory Pulfrey will support rural student teaching scholarships.
The MSUAF has joined with the Montana Stockgrowers Association to raise $1 million in private support for graduate fellowships to complement the Nancy Cameron Chair in Animal and Range Sciences.
MSU alumnus William W. Henderson ’64 and his wife Marilyn have committed to provide $250,000 over the next three years to establish a permanent scholarship endowment for military veterans and their spouses.
The first scholarship from this fund was awarded to Michael Van, a student in MSU’s School of Film and Photography. A short award ceremony was held on the football field during the 2nd time out as the Bobcats played Idaho State.
The MSUAF held a special event to recognize 28 key volunteers from across the nation who have contributed their time, talent and energy to support MSU.
On behalf of the Montana-Dakota Utilities Resources Foundation, Andrew Newman, a consumer sales representative for MDU, presented a $3,000 check for scholarship support to Anna Graham Lindeen, director of foundation relations for MSUAF on July 25, 2014.
The MSU Alumni Foundation today announced that, after an extensive nationwide search, Christopher D. Murray has been named as the organization’s new President and CEO, effective Tuesday, September 2, 2014.
Norm Asbjornson, a Montana State University alumnus and Montana native from the small town of Winifred, has committed to give the university $50 million for its College of Engineering – the largest private gift in the history of the state.
Montana State University alumna Nancy Cameron has made a $3.5 million gift to the Montana State University Alumni Foundation, providing the funding necessary to establish endowments for three scholarship funds, a chair in animal and range sciences, and a business professorship at MSU.
Over the past four years, Montana State University senior Collin Nelson is one of the most recognizable faces in Bobcat Stadium on game day.
The Montana State University Alumni Foundation has announced plans to take its largest ever membership campaign to nationwide audiences during the Cat/Griz Brawl of the Wild football game on Saturday, Nov. 23.
BOZEMAN – RightNow Technologies founder Greg Gianforte has pledged to give Montana State University more than $200,000 over three years to initiate three programs to recruit students into computer science and help meet the state’s demand for high-tech workers.
Jaynee Groseth, ’73, ’91M, President Emerita of the Alumni Association, retired July 1, 2013 after 38 years of distinguished service to MSU.
As one of the few women in MSU’s mechanical engineering program, student Mary Peterson ’14 knows first-hand the personal impact alumni role models can create for students at Montana State.
Summer 2013 presented sociology student Saul Martinez ’15 with an incredible opportunity—the chance to travel to China to study an orphanage.
There are many paths students at MSU take after they graduate. Some will pursue graduate education or research opportunities, either at Montana State or other institutions.