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New Montana State program helps student teachers form connections with rural communities
When Montana State University education student Mariah Leum considered moving to a new Montana community to complete her student teaching, she felt nervous and anxious. But thanks to a new offering at MSU, Leum said, those feelings were eased right... Full story
MSU receives nearly $1.5 million to support student parents, strengthen early childhood education profession
Montana State University students who are parents will receive more support for child care thanks to a four-year grant worth nearly $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Education. The grant provides $1.465 million for MSU’s Child Care Access...
Montana State University's Can the Griz food drive collects equivalent of 613,054 pounds of food for local families
Montana State University and Gallatin Valley communities pulled out a win in the 23rd annual Can the Griz food drive, with supporters donating the equivalent of 613,054 pounds of food to... Full story
Program prepares Montana State students to provide mental health counseling in rural areas
In 2013, Kelcy Jensen-Coon's cousin, who was 20, died by suicide, Jensen-Coon said. Both had grown up in Wisdom, a small community in southwest Montana. Jensen-Coon, who was then 19, saw how the death impacted her family and community, and she...
MSU named a top three Military Friendly School in nationwide ranking
BOZEMAN - In recognition of its efforts to help student veterans succeed, Montana State University has been named a Top Ten Military Friendly School by the website MilitaryFriendly.com, ranking...