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Sampling on the Upper Clark Fork River

CREWS Year 3 Workforce Development Seed Awards

Nov 9 2020

Montana NSF EPSCoR (Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) announces new Workforce Development Seed Awards, enhancing the water…

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An interdisciplinary MSU research team will use recent National Science Foundation funding to develop soil-sensing technology to track nitrate dynamics for improved soil health and water quality.

CREWS researchers awarded NSF grant to study water quality

Oct 30 2020

CREWS project researchers Stephanie Ewing, Rob Payn, Ann Marie Reinhold, and Stephan Warnat were awarded $944,000 from the National Science Foundation to study the…

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A volunteer takes a water sample on the Crow Indian Reservation. MSU photo.

CREWS via MSU to offer free online course on water quality basics

Aug 7 2020

Montana State University News Release:

Montana State University Academic Technology and Outreachand the …

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COVID-19 Information

Apr 2 2020
All activities on the CREWS project are following guidelines and directives from the National Science Foundation and the Montana University System.
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Joseph Shaw. MSU photo by Kelly Gorham

Montana NSF EPSCoR MSU Faculty Honored at Spring 2020 Convocation

Jan 13 2020
Dr. Julia Haggerty and Dr. Joseph Shaw won faculty awards at the MSU 2020 spring convocation.
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CREWS project meeting

Announcement: CREWS Seed Awards

Jan 2 2020
Awards made through CREWS seed competitive funding opportunities.
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