Reporter Gail Schontzler filed this story a few days ago, after MSU’s assistant director of Web communications, Jake Dolan, made a presentation to the University Council on all the ways the university is using social networks to keep up with students and to keep in touch with potential students.
A Montana State University filmmaking student is making a movie chronicling his young niece’s interactions with gadgets as part of an effort to understand the effect such gizmos have on children’s development.
This story fits in wit the technological focus of this blog, I think. Montana State University students road away with several awards at last weekend’s American Society of Mechanical Engineers Human Powered Vehicle Challenge, the MSU News Service reports. MSU’s ThunderCat team won five awards in the speed vehicle class, including second place in design,… Continue reading MSU engineering students win awards at human-powered vehicle races
The Chronicle has launched a brand new incarnation of its famed and much-loved Montana State University sports blog, Blue & Gold.
This morning, I spoke with Tom Morrison, director of academic computing and network services at Montana State University, about yesterday’s McAfee bug. Someone in the newsroom heard yesterday that the bug was causing some problems for computers at MSU, which runs McAfee virus scan software on many of its computers. “For the university as a… Continue reading McAfee update bug had a minimal impact at MSU