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  • The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 5, 2012. Featured singers include: Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez, Mike Spears, Kevin Curley, Ron Lodge Pole, Shaun WalksOverIce, Gary Whitford, Dwight Standingrock, and Concklin Biglake.


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  • Performance: MSU Bobcat Singers drum group 2012

    The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 5, 2012. Featured singers include: Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez, Mike Spears, Kevin Curley, Ron Lodge Pole, Shaun WalksOverIce, Gary Whitford, Dwight Standingrock, and Concklin Biglake. Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

  • Welcome Bobcats! Explore what the Montana State University (MSU) Library can do to help you in your academic program. You may not be able to visit us in person right now, but we are excited to be a resource for you!


Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).
  • Montana State University (MSU) Library Orientation

    Welcome Bobcats! Explore what the Montana State University (MSU) Library can do to help you in your academic program. You may not be able to visit us in person right now, but we are excited to be a resource for you! Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

  • Creative resources, idea inspiration, and project help: the Montana State University (MSU) Library offers boundless opportunity for research and learning.

What do you think of our video? Let us know! http://www.lib.montana.edu/video-survey/


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  • MSU Library: Everywhere You Go

    Creative resources, idea inspiration, and project help: the Montana State University (MSU) Library offers boundless opportunity for research and learning. What do you think of our video? Let us know! http://www.lib.montana.edu/video-survey/ Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

  • The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 11, 2013. Featured singers include: Ryan Ricci, Concklin Biglake, Ronald LodgePole, Kevin Curely, Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez.


Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).
  • Performance: MSU Bobcat Singers drum group 2013

    The Montana State University Bobcat Singers drum group performs in Renne Library on April 11, 2013. Featured singers include: Ryan Ricci, Concklin Biglake, Ronald LodgePole, Kevin Curely, Jason Baldes, Phillip Chavez. Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

  • Welcome MSU Bobcats! Follow Rufus, the library mascot, as he explores MSU Library on a top secret mission. He’s already one smart cat but with access to the library, he’ll find the resources he needs to make his mission a success. 


To learn more about MSU Library, visit us today or check out the Virtual Library Orientation LibGuide: https://guides.lib.montana.edu/virtual_library_orientation
~Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).
  • Mission Possible: MSU Library

    Welcome MSU Bobcats! Follow Rufus, the library mascot, as he explores MSU Library on a top secret mission. He’s already one smart cat but with access to the library, he’ll find the resources he needs to make his mission a success. To learn more about MSU Library, visit us today or check out the Virtual Library Orientation LibGuide: https://guides.lib.montana.edu/virtual_library_orientation ~Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

  • The Montana State University Library hosted the launch of the Ivan Doig Archive on September 19, 2016 in the Strand Union Building on the Montana State University campus. Ivan Doig (1939-2015) was the critically acclaimed author of 16 works of fiction and nonfiction primarily set in Montana. The archive was awarded to Montana State University by Ivan’s widow, Carol Muller Doig, following a joint proposal submitted by the MSU Library and the MSU College of Letters & Science in fall 2015.

President Waded Cruzado, Dean Kenning Arlitsch, and Dean Nicol Rae open the event, followed by the unveiling of the print and digital versions of the archive, which contains Ivan Doig’s original manuscripts, diaries, personal interviews, correspondence, notes, and memorabilia. It also features thousands of images including family albums, travel, and research photographs as well as documentation detailing the author’s battle with multiple myeloma. 

A panel discussion of Doig’s work, life, and his place in Montana’s literary and historical landscape follow the unveiling. This panel includes Carol Muller Doig, Marcella Sherfy Walter, a research historian who worked closely with the author, Betty Mayfield, Ivan Doig archivist, and Rick Bass, Writer-in-Residence in MSU’s College of Letters & Science and an award winning author. The panel is moderated by Dr. Mary Murphy, Montana historian and Distinguished Professor in the MSU College of Letters & Science.


Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).
  • Ivan Doig Archive Launch - September 19, 2016

    The Montana State University Library hosted the launch of the Ivan Doig Archive on September 19, 2016 in the Strand Union Building on the Montana State University campus. Ivan Doig (1939-2015) was the critically acclaimed author of 16 works of fiction and nonfiction primarily set in Montana. The archive was awarded to Montana State University by Ivan’s widow, Carol Muller Doig, following a joint proposal submitted by the MSU Library and the MSU College of Letters & Science in fall 2015. President Waded Cruzado, Dean Kenning Arlitsch, and Dean Nicol Rae open the event, followed by the unveiling of the print and digital versions of the archive, which contains Ivan Doig’s original manuscripts, diaries, personal interviews, correspondence, notes, and memorabilia. It also features thousands of images including family albums, travel, and research photographs as well as documentation detailing the author’s battle with multiple myeloma. A panel discussion of Doig’s work, life, and his place in Montana’s literary and historical landscape follow the unveiling. This panel includes Carol Muller Doig, Marcella Sherfy Walter, a research historian who worked closely with the author, Betty Mayfield, Ivan Doig archivist, and Rick Bass, Writer-in-Residence in MSU’s College of Letters & Science and an award winning author. The panel is moderated by Dr. Mary Murphy, Montana historian and Distinguished Professor in the MSU College of Letters & Science. Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

  • Rufus, the Montana State University (MSU) Library's resident bobcat, can be found in and around the library enjoying all of the great services, resources, and people there.


Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).
  • Rufus - Montana State University Library's Bobcat Friend

    Rufus, the Montana State University (MSU) Library's resident bobcat, can be found in and around the library enjoying all of the great services, resources, and people there. Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

  • Join Montana State University (MSU) Library outreach and humanities librarian Jan Zauha as she interviews International Therapy Animal volunteer, Nancy and her therapy dog, Lily. 'Paws to De-Stress' is an important tradition at the MSU Library, offering students time to relax and de-stress. This year the library is unable to have therapy animals come to the library for the Paws event because of COVID-19 restrictions.  However, the library is pleased to continue sharing the joy animals can bring in a virtual setting. 

A special thanks to our friends at Intermountain Therapy Animals for working hard to help our MSU community thrive!


Note:  For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).
  • Virtual Paws to De-Stress 2020 - Interview with Nancy and Lily

    Join Montana State University (MSU) Library outreach and humanities librarian Jan Zauha as she interviews International Therapy Animal volunteer, Nancy and her therapy dog, Lily. 'Paws to De-Stress' is an important tradition at the MSU Library, offering students time to relax and de-stress. This year the library is unable to have therapy animals come to the library for the Paws event because of COVID-19 restrictions. However, the library is pleased to continue sharing the joy animals can bring in a virtual setting. A special thanks to our friends at Intermountain Therapy Animals for working hard to help our MSU community thrive! Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

  • Meet four Montana State University students who love the library but think it could use your support.  MSU Library is pleased to be part of MSU’s First Giving Day. With over 900,000 user visits each year, the library is a focal point on campus.
 
The current building was built in 1949 and was expanded in 1961, when MSU had just 4,300 students, Today, there are over 16,000 students. Throughout the day students crowd the building, seeking a mix of collaborative, solitary, and social spaces, but the demand is much greater than the current building provides. Students tell us they love the library, but there’s just not enough of it. You might say the library is being “loved to death.”
 
Will you show MSU Library some love during Giving Day? Your generous support will help MSU Library grow with the university by upgrading spaces and adding more furniture, providing additional electrical outlets, creating more group study spaces, and adding artwork and improving the ambiance on the second floor.

MSU Giving Day is a 29-hour fundraising event aimed at building awareness and support for a wide range of campus programs, causes and groups. The goal is to tap into a large, generous, engaged and committed community of supporters who are interested in investing in the future of MSU. Mark your calendar to join us from noon on Thursday, February 13 through 5 p.m. on Friday, February 14, 2020 and show some love for Montana State University. 

To support the library and to follow the progress during the 29-hour MSU Giving Day event, go to https://givingday.montana.edu/giving-day/21995/department/23246.

Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).
  • MSU Library Giving Day, Februray 14, 2020

    Meet four Montana State University students who love the library but think it could use your support. MSU Library is pleased to be part of MSU’s First Giving Day. With over 900,000 user visits each year, the library is a focal point on campus. The current building was built in 1949 and was expanded in 1961, when MSU had just 4,300 students, Today, there are over 16,000 students. Throughout the day students crowd the building, seeking a mix of collaborative, solitary, and social spaces, but the demand is much greater than the current building provides. Students tell us they love the library, but there’s just not enough of it. You might say the library is being “loved to death.” Will you show MSU Library some love during Giving Day? Your generous support will help MSU Library grow with the university by upgrading spaces and adding more furniture, providing additional electrical outlets, creating more group study spaces, and adding artwork and improving the ambiance on the second floor. MSU Giving Day is a 29-hour fundraising event aimed at building awareness and support for a wide range of campus programs, causes and groups. The goal is to tap into a large, generous, engaged and committed community of supporters who are interested in investing in the future of MSU. Mark your calendar to join us from noon on Thursday, February 13 through 5 p.m. on Friday, February 14, 2020 and show some love for Montana State University. To support the library and to follow the progress during the 29-hour MSU Giving Day event, go to https://givingday.montana.edu/giving-day/21995/department/23246. Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

  • “Students, Our Voices to the Future: Community Engaged Research and Partnerships to Address Tribal Water and Health” takes place March 30th from 1:30–3pm in Montana State University (MSU) Library. These presentations feature John Doyle, Sara Young, Myra Lefthand, Mari Eggers, Christine Martin, Emery Three Irons, JoRee LaFrance and Anne Camper. Introductory song by Chontay Mitchell, MSU student,  singer and drummer.  This is the first of two events in conjunction with the Native Voices exhibit which is being hosted at Montana State University (MSU) Library.  Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).
  • Native Voices Exhibit Presentation 2018

    “Students, Our Voices to the Future: Community Engaged Research and Partnerships to Address Tribal Water and Health” takes place March 30th from 1:30–3pm in Montana State University (MSU) Library. These presentations feature John Doyle, Sara Young, Myra Lefthand, Mari Eggers, Christine Martin, Emery Three Irons, JoRee LaFrance and Anne Camper. Introductory song by Chontay Mitchell, MSU student, singer and drummer. This is the first of two events in conjunction with the Native Voices exhibit which is being hosted at Montana State University (MSU) Library. Note: For library content that is not accessible, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and timely access to users with disabilities. For assistance, please submit an accessibility request for library material (https://www.lib.montana.edu/accessibility/request-form.html).

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