Library News & Events
On-Going Library Workshops
Throughout the year, the library holds free workshops for students and staff. Topics include citation managers, computer applications, and more. Reservations are encouraged and help a lot with planning. To find out full details and to register, please visit the Library Workshops calendar by clicking here.
Friends of MSU Library Book Group Announces Its 2019-2020 Selections
Reading need not be a solitary activity. The Friends Book Group invites everyone to join them for their monthly book discussions. A variety of fiction and nonfiction is read each year and membership is casual - you're free to come to the discussions that interest you as your time allows. Visit this link to discover which books made the 2019-2020 reading list.
Pop Up Pups
Wednesday, March 11
11 a.m. to 12 p.m., MSU Library
A chance to take a midweek break from your studies and relieve some stress by hanging out with therapy dogs from Intermountain Therapy Animals.
Trout Lecture Featuring Jim Goetz
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
7 p.m, Rialto, downtown Bozeman
Warmer weather, spring and fishing may seem like a long way off, but we're already staring to plan for the 2020 Trout Lecture.
This year's speaker is Bozeman attorney Jim Goetz. Jim was instrumental in passing Montana’s Stream Access Law, which protects public recreational use of Montana’s rivers and streams.
Save-the-Date for April Library Events - Details Coming Soon!
- April 8 - Pup Up Pups
- April 9 - Ice Cream Social with ASMSU
- April 14 - National Endowment for the Humanities Grant-Writing Workshop
Details will be announced here as they are finalized.
CURRENT LIBRARY NEWS
EXPLORE THE LIBRARY
Bobcat Browse is a popular reading collection on the first floor of the Library, just past Brewed Awakening coffee shop. Here you'll discover the latest books recommended by MSU students, faculty, and staff and can read current magazines and local newspapers. What to see something added to the shelf? Click here to suggest a book for Bobcat Browse.
Throughout the semester you may notice the different displays in the glass case, just inside the door of the library. These ever changing displays are the work of the MSU Library Display Committee. Check them out in person or take a look by visiting this link.