Announcing The 2018 Stibitz & Wilson Museum Honorees

On Friday, September 21, 2018 at Montana State University, here in Bozeman - we will be honoring these four outstanding individuals with our Stibitz and Wilson Awards. Please click here to see more details about these Honorees, the free public forum @ 7pm on the campus of Montana State University & the Awards Events Sponsors.

Bonnie J. Dunbar
The 2018 George R. Stibitz Computer & Communications Pioneer and The 2018 Edward O. Wilson Biodiversity Technology Pioneer Joint Award 
For Exemplary Leadership, Mentorship and Promotion of STEM Education

Donna Dubinsky
The 2018 George R. Stibitz Computer & Communications Pioneer Award 
For Exemplary and Seminal Contributions to the Development and Popularization of Personal Digital Assistants PDAs


Diana Six
The 2018 Edward O. Wilson Biodiversity Technology Pioneer Award For Seminal Contributions to the Understanding of Bark Beetle Ecology, Forest Adaptations and Climate Change


Andone C. Lavery
The 2018 Edward O. Wilson Biodiversity Technology Pioneer Award For Exemplary and Seminal Contributions to Acoustical Oceanography and its Applications to Marine Biodiversity

The Sponsors of the 2018 Stibitz & Wilson Awards Events Include:

Montana State University’s
- Office of the President
- College of Letters & Science
- Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering
- Honors College

- The Humanities Institute &
The Office of Research & Economic Development

Zoot Enterprises

The Gianforte Family Foundation

The Nels & Liz Leutwiler Foundation


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