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MSU Formula SAE team finishes in top 20, sets team records at the 2024 Formula SAE Michigan competition

Mississippi State’s Formula SAE team recently competed in the 2024 SAE International Formula SAE Michigan competition, finishing in the top 20 and setting new team records. Located at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan, the educational engineering race challenges university teams worldwide to design, develop, and compete with small, formula-style racing vehicles. The MSU…

June 14, 2024

Landing cutting-edge jobs becomes reality with new MSU computing technology degrees

June 14, 2024

Aerospace engineering students compete in team competitions at AIAA student conference

Six Mississippi State aerospace engineering teams participated at the recent 2024 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Region II Student Conference at the Kennedy Space Center in Merritt Island, Florida. Conner Evans, Gaige Sidaway, Britain Steele and Tyler Zeringue received second place in the Team Category with their senior seminar work “Validation and Development of…

June 10, 2024

MSU engineering students take first place in student design at ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction

Five Mississippi State engineering students placed first in Best Student Design at the 2024 Association for Computing Machinery/Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. The team was one of 15 teams to compete in the Best Student Design category at the conference in Boulder, Colorado. The team won with their design…

June 7, 2024

Green to serve as interim engineering dean

June 7, 2024

Swan inducted into IEEE Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee Virtual Reality Academy

Ed Swan, a professor of computer science and engineering, has been inducted into the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee’s Virtual Reality Academy for his fundamental research on perceptual issues in virtual and augmented reality. Swan is one of six members inducted in 2024 into the prestigious academy, which highlights…

June 5, 2024

Letter from the Dean: June 2024

Dear Faculty, Staff, Students and Friends of the Bagley College of Engineering: I hope your summer is off to a great start. We had an incredible graduation week in early May, celebrating with parents and students, where we unofficially hooded 22 PhD’s and congratulated 55 MS, 3 MEng and 561 BS degrees in engineering or…

June 5, 2024

Ramirez-Avila named EWRI fellow

John J. Ramirez-Avila, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering and co-graduate coordinator, has been named an American Society of Civil Engineers Environmental and Water Resources Institute fellow. Fellows are selected based on their contributions to the field, mentorship, outreach and involvement in EWRI committees, conferences or journals. The EWRI serves as the ASCE’s technical…

June 3, 2024

Swann receives 2024 CPDD Joseph M. Biedenbach Distinguished Service Award

The Bagley College of Engineering’s Tamra Swann, a distance education coordinator, has been awarded the American Society for Engineering Education Continuing Professional Development Division’s Joseph M. Biedenbach Distinguished Service Award. This award is the highest honor given to CPDD members who have excelled in leadership and service within the division and recognizes outstanding service to…

May 30, 2024

Bryan-Watts joins Journal of Research Administration as editorial board member

The Bagley College of Engineering’s Teresa Bryan-Watts, a program and grant development specialist, has joined the Journal of Research Administration as an editorial board member. The position involves encouraging submissions related to the journal’s focus on research administration, ensuring articles are responsive to research administration issues and trends, and leading the review of submitted manuscripts….

May 28, 2024