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Extended University in the News:
STEM role models, sponsors needed for MSU conference for girls
2013-12-09 - Organizers of a conference at Montana State University are seeking female professionals who can present and serve as role models for junior high-aged girls interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers. The annual conference, called Expanding Your Horizons, takes place Saturday, April 5, 2014 on the MSU campus. More than 200 girls from throughout Montana will participate in engaging STEM activities ranging from robots to fossils to personal finance.
MSU Extended University offers public talk on norovirus Dec. 13
2013-12-09 - The public is invited to a free Friday Forum to learn about norovirus, the ailment commonly known as the "traveler's dilemma," in an lunch-hour event sponsored by Wonderlust, a lifelong learning organization affiliated with Montana State University's Extended University.
Group wants to match more MSU students, Montana communities on meaningful projects
2013-11-22 - MSU's Student Community Outreach ProjEct (SCOPE) wants to match more students and communities on projects that combine outreach and student research. A public meeting to explain is set for Dec. 2.