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Four engineering grad students complete faculty certificate program

Fifteen Mississippi State graduate students are completing a program designed to help ready them for future faculty careers.

May 17, 2019


Tau Beta Pi inducts new members

The Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society recently inducted 34 new members into its Mississippi State University chapter. Membership in Tau Beta Pi is by invitation only. New members are selected each semester based on grade point average as well as major-specific requirements. Students must demonstrate distinguished scholarship and exemplary character. The list of Bagley…

May 8, 2019


Link: At 82, professor emeritus Bill Jones still helping MSU crank out engineers

From The Commercial Dispatch: A stack of papers sits on a desk beside Bill Jones’ laptop in his Greensboro Street home in Starkville. The final exams for his 70 mechanical engineering students at Mississippi State University represent, by Jones’ estimate, about 15 hours of meticulous grading work he knocked out between Friday afternoon and Sunday…

May 7, 2019


Biomedical engineering student to receive prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Biomedical engineering student Paulino Jarquin has been selected to receive a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

May 6, 2019


Engineering grad student, assistant professor recognized at PCSW awards ceremony.

Five outstanding women, two of whom were from the Bagley College of Engineering, were recognized at Mississippi State during the annual President’s Commission on the Status of Women Awards ceremony.

April 12, 2019


Chemical engineering student with big public service dreams named MSU’s newest Truman Scholar

Alicia D. Brown of Petal, a student in MSU’s Judy and Bobby Shackouls Honors College, is receiving $30,000 in graduate-study expenses as a newly-minted Truman Scholar. As one of approximately 65 students selected from the 50 states this year, Brown is Mississippi’s only awardee and is committing to a career in public service following graduation.

April 11, 2019


Our People: Mary Cagle

Coming from a large, supportive family, Mary Cagle knew she wanted to find a university where it feels like home but also offers new experiences. The junior electrical engineering major from Huntsville, Alabama, said Mississippi State has been just the place she needed for the chance to soar.

April 8, 2019


Bagley alumnus recognized for educational leadership at engineering conference

Mississippi State University alumnus Xavier Harris was recently recognized for his educational leadership at the Black Engineer of the Year (BEYA) Conference. Harris, an Air Force captain and chemistry instructor at the United States Air Force Academy Preparatory School, was named to the conference’s list of 2019 Science Spectrum Trailblazers. He is a 2014 industrial…

April 4, 2019


Engineering well-represented at university research awards recognition

Several engineering faculty, staff and students were recently recognized at the Mississippi State research awards banquet.

April 3, 2019


Two Bagley students win construction industry scholarship

A pair of Mississippi State University civil engineering students have each received scholarships from the Mississippi Valley Branch of the Associated General Contractors (AGC). Bridget Abadie and Anna Norris, both seniors in Mississippi State’s Bagley College of Engineering, were awarded a Bruce Tucker Memorial Scholarship for the 2019-20 academic year. The recognition comes with a…

March 29, 2019