Registration is now open for Montana State University's "Expanding Your Horizons" event, a daylong STEM program on Saturday, April 6, offering creative hands-on workshops designed for girls in grades 6, 7 and 8. The educational workshops promoting STEM - science, technology, engineering and mathematics - will be taught by MSU faculty and community members and will cover topics like astronomy, biochemistry, physics, sports medicine and more.
Beginning in Fall 2012, the Institute on Ecosystems (IoE) will be hosting a series of seminars at UM and MSU. Every week, a different IoE faculty associate will give a Rough Cut seminar at each university and their research will be showcased in the IoE website. These seminars are an opportunity for IoE Associated to introduce themselves and their research, make connections with other faculty and students, and incubate new ideas. Speakers and dates are listed on the IoE website's Rough Cut Science page.
Montana NSF EPSCoR is pleased to be one of the sponsors or “Celebrating Einstein”, a multidisciplinary outreach event centered around communicating the beauty and signifcance of Einstein's theory to the general public. This event will be one of the first in the nation to celebrate the centennial anniversary of general relativity. Celebrating Einstein will culminate in events the first week of April of 2013 in Bozeman, Montana. All events are free and open to the public with seating available on a first come, first served basis.