1. Montana State University has earned a spot on Forbes magazine's annual list of "America's Top Colleges.
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7. Montana State University succeeded Martha Potvin, who in 2010 became the university's first female provost.
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8. Montana State University has received more than five times the number of National Science Foundation grants for Yellowstone studies than its nearest competition, Stanford and UCLA, according to David Roberts, head of MSU's ecology department.
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10. Montana State University offers the world's only Master of Fine Arts degree in Science and Natural History Filmmaking, and MSU's Museum of the Rockies is home to the largest T Rex skull ever found—bigger, even, than "Sue" at the Chicago Field Museum.
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18. Montana State University faced a poor fiscal climate: The state was entering a decade-long depression brought about by a steep drop in commodity prices, the state's higher education system had grown too large and unwieldy, and Governor Thomas L Judge had established a blue-ribbon committee to close several of the state's colleges.
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24. Montana State University is a land-grant university located in Bozeman, Montana, United States.
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