Designating History: President Obama’s Legacy and the Power of the Antiquities Act

by Laurel Angell It started with Port Chicago, César Chávez and the Buffalo Soldiers. It marched on with names like Pullman and Belmont-Paul, in places such as Honouliuli, and with landscapes known to the locals as Organ Mountains and Rio Grande del Norte. Missing pages of history, silenced voices, and stories left untold are now … More Designating History: President Obama’s Legacy and the Power of the Antiquities Act

Dr. Mary Murphy wins the Women’s Faculty Caucus Distinguished Mentor Award

Congratulations to Dr. Mary Murphy, who was recently awarded the Women’s Faculty Caucus Distinguished Mentor Award! This designates Dr. Murphy as one of  Montana State University’s top faculty members in 2017. Below is an excerpt from MSU News Service about this prestigious honor: “Mary Murphy, professor of history, has won the Women’s Faculty Caucus Distinguished … More Dr. Mary Murphy wins the Women’s Faculty Caucus Distinguished Mentor Award