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A pair of agricultural & biological engineering faculty members are researching ways to improve health and healing.
A Mississippi State graduate will be on the front lines as NFL teams can begin reopening their facilities this week.
The Bagley College of Engineering is honoring seven members of its faculty and staff who have contributed significantly to Mississippi State’s mission of research, teaching and service. Bagley’s annual awards are presented each year in order to recognize faculty and staff for their accomplishments in the college’s eight departments and multiple research centers. “We have…
With personal protective equipment in short supply nationwide, a team of engineers and researchers at Mississippi State University is turning to an unlikely combination of 3D printers and office supplies to aid medical personnel tackling COVID-19.
Fifteen Mississippi State students from Mississippi, Alabama, Illinois, Tennessee, Virginia and Nigeria recently were honored with the Spirit of State Award, the university’s premier student recognition for exceptional personal contributions to campus life.
A precision agriculture and cotton ginning expert is the new head of Mississippi State’s Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
A history faculty member and Mississippi State’s Student Association president are representing the university during the 33rd annual HEADWAE (Higher Education Appreciation Day—Working for Academic Excellence) program.
Two Mississippi State faculty members were honored this week during the Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning’s annual Diversity Awards program.
The Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society recently presented the 2019 Mississippi Alpha Excellence Scholarship to two Bagley College of Engineering students. LeAnn Ward and Drake Pace, both seniors majoring in biomedical engineering, were selected as this year’s recipients by the Tau Beta Pi scholarship committee. The scholarship provides $500 per academic semester to each student and…
For Karlee Mott, being a first-year, out-of-state student with enough credit hours to be considered a sophomore, finding her place at Mississippi State University was a little more difficult than she imagined. A biomedical engineering major from Ponchatoula, Louisiana, Mott tackled that challenge by getting involved in a variety of organizations, both on campus and…