New MSU president, beagle get settled in Bozeman

2010-01-05T13:20:00Z New MSU president, beagle get settled in BozemanThe Associated Press The Associated Press
January 05, 2010 1:20 pm  • 

BOZEMAN - Montana State University President Waded Cruzado is settling in to her new job.

Cruzado, who comes to Bozeman from New Mexico State, met with MSU's provost and vice presidents on Monday and planned to meet with administrators, deans and student leaders over the rest of the week.

She also is scheduling "listening sessions" around the state, starting with MSU's sister campuses in Billings, Havre and Great Falls. She ays she wants to hear what people think about the university and what they'd like it to be in five years.

Cruzado is planning her first speech on campus on Jan. 15.

And she says her beagle, Mr. Moncho, loves the snow.


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