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Extended University in the News:
MSU hosts online info session Feb. 24 about campus services for distance students
Thursday, February 11th, 2016--An online presentation on Feb. 24 offers information about one of the many campus services that distance students can access: the MSU Library.
MSU science valentines feature microbes of Yellowstone National Park
Monday, February 8th, 2016--Montana State University created a series of free downloadable science valentines featuring microorganisms found in Yellowstone National Park.
MSU selected for science outreach program for tribal college libraries
Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016--MSU Extended University and the MSU Library’s Tribal College Librarians Institute were selected for an educational outreach program that will bring hands-on science to rural Montana communities.