April 21, 2017
The Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State University expanded its Student Hall of Fame by honoring six seniors during an April ceremony.
The Bagley College Student Hall of Fame was established in 2007 to recognize students who display high academic achievement and exemplary leadership skills while engaging in work experiences and student activities. Students are nominated by faculty, staff, or student organizations.
The 2017 members of Bagley College’s Student Hall of Fame are:
Civil Engineering student Emily Farrar has served as an undergraduate researcher and research assistant for the Bagley College. She led MSU’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders as president and secretary and is currently serving as the project manager.
Farrar was also a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Society of Scholars, Chi Epsilon, Soil and Water Conservation Society and the American Society of Civil Engineers.
While studying industrial engineering, Kelley Kohler served as a study abroad ambassador, an Industrial and Systems Engineering representative, and a mentor for Engineering First Year Experience. She was also an undergrad research student for the Department of industrial and systems engineering.
During her undergraduate career, biological engineering major Sallie Lin was a biomedical engineering research student, interned with the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, and shadowed various medical practices and disciplines. She was a part of Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Presidential Scholars, Shackouls Honors College, and American Medical Student Association.
As a double major in industrial engineering and communication, Maxwell Moseley, held a geospatial analysis internship at Homeland Security Division and worked as a research assistant for the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. He was a part of the Alpha Pi Mu Industrial Engineering Honor Society, ASPIRE Scholarship Program, Institute of Industrial Systems Engineers, and Shackouls Honors College.
Moseley received the Ottlie Schillig Presidential Endowed Scholarship, National Merit Finalist Scholarship, Earl Reynolds Scholarship for Engineering.
While studying chemical engineering, Elizabeth Stafford, founded and served as president of MSU’s chapter of Girls Engineering Change. She was also the co-president of American Institute of Chemical Engineers and a mentor for Bagley’s Engineering First-Year Experience program. Stafford was an undergraduate researcher for the Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering and interned at the DuPont/ Chemours Delisle Plant.
Chemical engineering major Danielle Winans was the Epting/Matthews Co-op Student of the Year and was awarded the Certificate of Safety Achievement and Chemical Engineering Education. She also interned in environment engineering at Axiall Corporation. Winans received multiple scholarships, including the Chevron Study Abroad Scholarship, Donald F. & Mildred Topp Othmer Scholarship, and the International Paper Scholarship.
By: Jailaih Gowdy