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Dr. Aaron Thomas Leads $10M Project to Advance Native American STEM Education Across the West

Aug 10 2022
Dr. Aaron Thomas, Diversity and Inclusion lead on the CREWS project, will act as the Principal Investigator for a new grant that funds Cultivating Indigenous Research…
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UM Vision Magazine Features CREWS Research

Jul 19 2022
UM 2022 Vision magazine features Upper Clark Fork River research.
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Registration now open for CREWS Year 4 All Hands Meeting

Jul 6 2022
Registration is now open for the Montana NSF EPSCoR CREWS Year 4 All Hands Meeting, which will take place from September 7-8 at the Forge Hotel in Anaconda, MT
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Dr. Stephanie Ewing named as new Director of the Montana Water Center

Jul 5 2022
Dr. Stephanie Ewing, professor at MSU and lead of the CREWS Judith River Watershed Team, was recently named as the new Director of the Montana Water Center
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Montana State University students mentored by CREWS scientist receive national recognition for environmental health research

Jun 30 2022
Three undergraduate students mentored by CREWS scientist Dr. Mari Eggers receive national recognition for their research in environmental health
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CREWS Graduate Students Present at Diving into Data Workshop

May 23 2022
CREWS graduate students Riley Logan and Megan Moore presented their research at a Diving into Data workshop hosted by the Science Math Resource Center in February
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