MSU’s Bagley takes courses southward

Posted on 07 Aug 2017
The Mississippi Gulf Coast has one of the most robust job markets in the state for engineering due to major employers like the Chevron Pascagoula Refinery, Huntington Ingalls Industries and others. A market analysis done several years ago showed a 20 percent growth in the projected en

Our People – Michelle Price

Posted on 30 Jul 2017
Michelle Price, a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering, is featured in a special video edition of Our People.

Fukushima officials visit Starkville to learn about MSU’s testing of filters to contain radioactive materials

Posted on 28 Jul 2017
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Officials and engineers tasked with preventing the release of radioactive material during debris removal from the Fukushima nuclear site in Japan are visiting Mississippi State University this week to learn about the university’s expertise in evaluating components of

With new simulator, the digital sky is the limit

Posted on 28 Jul 2017
With a final check of his instrument panel, Mississippi State aerospace engineering graduate student Zachary Doucet gently pulled back on the control stick to lift his aircraft off the ground. As the airplane sailed through the air, he spent a few minutes getting used to the controls

Don’t quit your day job: Bagley’s online degree options offer flexible educational opportunities

Posted on 24 Jul 2017
Even with three decades of experience in the engineering industry, John Wilson was looking for ways to enhance his professional skill set. He knew he wanted to pursue an advanced degree in one of a few specific programs, but taking time off of work to pursue that degree wasn’t feasibl

Our People: Dennis Truax

Posted on 14 Jul 2017
When Dennis Truax came to Mississippi State in 1976 to pursue a master’s degree in civil engineering, he expected to obtain his degree and then leave to become an…