July 1, 2021
For our Fall 2021 incoming freshmen and transfer students, we loved seeing you at orientation! Next stop, MOVE IN!
For our Fall 2021 rising seniors and transfer students, the time is NOW to begin preparation for applying for Fall or Spring 2022.
Maroon at Midnight is August 1!
Below are updates to keep you in the know about the BCoE and what to expect:
“Agricultural and Biological Engineering researchers have found that on-farm water storage systems in the Mississippi Delta provide for substantial reduction in farm runoff of nitrogen and phosphorus, major environmental pollutants, as well as significant volumes of recycled surface water for irrigating crops, thus reducing groundwater withdrawal from the Mississippi Delta Shallow Alluvial Aquifer.”
Dr. Jason Keith
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department will be hosting virtual visits.
July 12 - Monday @ 10 a.m. CST
Meeting Number (Access Code): 120 432 8027
Meeting Password: QKi9hCYAJ78
July 28 - Wednesday @ 10 a.m. CST
Meeting Number (Access Code): 120 731 7202
Meeting Password: 5XbFWVTps65
July 19 - Monday @ 6 p.m. CST
"MSU was an easy choice because I felt at home here.”
Sometimes when you’re deciding on a college to attend, the choice is just easy. For sophomore, Industrial Engineering and Business Administration double major, Christopher Ogburn, it was just an easy decision. In his words, “I love being here so there was no reason to go anywhere else.” Christopher is a native of Madison, Mississippi, but when he visited campus, he said, “MSU was an easy choice because I felt at home here.”
The Bagley College of Engineering is able to provide our students with different ways to really make their education their own. A unique offering of the Bagley College of Engineering is the opportunity to receive an Industrial Engineering degree along with a Business Administration degree through our partnership with the College of Business. When I asked Chris why he chose his major, he told me:
“I chose IE because of what it specialized in, which was everything. I wanted to know not only how things worked and why, but also how all the different systems and businesses interacted with each other and worked together. With this major, I will be able to learn more about the inner workings of everything around me.”
Below are some fun facts from Chris:
Favorite spot on-campus: Eckie’s Pond
Favorite place to eat in Starkville: Bulldog Burger
What is a fun fact that you wish every student knew about the BCoE or MSU: Just how much everyone involved in the BCoE and MSU cares about you.
Here are some fun facts from Hope:
Favorite spot on campus: I absolutely love sitting in the Student Union. You get to see tons of your friends as they pass through on their way to classes, hang out with people and get some food, or study.
Favorite place to eat in Starkville: Thai Siam
What is a fun fact that you wish every student knew about the BCoE or MSU: My favorite fun fact to share is about Orion, MSU’s supercomputer. It’s the 4th fastest academic system in the U.S. and can do a crazy amount of calculations in less than a second!
A world-renowned scholar in the field of mechanical metallurgy has been selected as the new department head for mechanical engineering within Mississippi State University’s Bagley College of Engineering.
Haitham El Kadiri will assume the position of department head and PACCAR Chair pending approval of the State Board of Trustees, Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning. He transitions into the role on a full-time basis after having served as interim department head since May of 2020.
Article excerpt from the BCoE Newsroom.
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