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Montana State University Research Computing Group

The Research Computing Group (RCG) aims to provide affordable IT infrastructure to researchers. This is a collaborative effort between the  ITC and the Office of the Vice President for Research to provide additional research-specific resources that lie outside the scope of ITC services.

Researchers face increasing challenges managing IT infrastructure. From software and servers, to data storage and back-ups, the Research Computing Group (RCG) is here to help you with all your IT needs as a researcher at MSU. We have the expertise to provide infrastructure for projects ranging from large-scale computation and storage to small-scale hosting. Contact us to find out how we can help you.

RMACC Lead: Sean Cleveland

Montana State University

The integration of learning and discovery is a hallmark of the undergraduate experience at Montana State University, which offers every student a hands-on research or creative project in his or her sophomore year. MSU has become a model university for combining these two critical aspects of higher education.

With outdoor laboratories as close as Yellowstone National Park, MSU students have ample opportunities to pursue exciting projects throughout their college careers. Not limited to the sciences, those projects also include such artistic endeavors as original musical compositions, paintings and architectural designs.

Those hands-on opportunities make MSU a leader in the number of prestigious Goldwater Scholarships for undergraduate excellence in science and math. Read about MSU's most recent Goldwater Scholarship recipients.

MSU is among the nation's top tier of research universities, as recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The Foundation recently ranked MSU as one of 108 research universities with "very high research activity."

Faculty take advantage of the ability to conduct pioneering research in a unique learning environment. MSU's expenditures from sponsored research programs reached $93 million in fiscal year 2013.

MSU faculty are recipients of National Science Career Awards, Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), a Technology Review magazine "young innovator" award and a McArthur Foundation Award.

Montana State University
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P.O. Box 173240
Bozeman, Montana 59715