Exploring new ideas and methods is crucial to enriching education and improving quality of life. We help students of all ages take advantage of learning opportunities that technology and great instruction make possible.
See the award-winning Science of the Springs, a full-color, pocket-sized booklet that provides an overview of the connection between astrobiology research and Yellowstone National Park. Read at home or while visiting Yellowstone National Park.
Earn a Graduate Certificate in Science Teaching online in either Chemistry, Earth Science, Elementary School Science, Life Science, or Physics from Montana State University.
Tornadoes! Kids, learn what they are. Why do they form? Where are they most common? When do they form? Make your own! (PDF)
Extended University in the News:
MSU scientists’ book about Yellowstone microbes wins national communications award
Tuesday, October 14th, 2014--A guidebook and identification wheel about Yellowstone's microbes has won a national communications award. The book was written by scientists at MSU who are affiliated with the Thermal Biology Institute and the Montana Institute on Ecosystems.
MSU’s Towne’s Harvest Garden receives recognition for outreach, engagement
Friday, October 10th, 2014--Towne’s Harvest Garden, Montana State University’s student-initiated farm and community-supported agriculture project, has received a commendation from the Association of Public and Land–grant Universities as an exemplary outreach and engagement project.
Application deadline is Oct. 31 for basic EMT course
Tuesday, October 7th, 2014--MSU's Extended University will offer the course in Bozeman next spring