Starkville native Jacob Easley stayed local when he decided to attend Mississippi State University in 2016, but his experience at MSU has helped him gain a global perspective on engineering.
Five different Bagley disciplines are ranked among the Top 50 nationally for research expenditures by the National Science Foundation.
From the Wright Brothers’ first flight in 1903 to putting man on the moon in 1969, the 20th Century was a remarkable time for the aerospace field. In the 21st Century, we have even greater opportunities for more incredible progress in flight and space. Through education, research and service, Mississippi Public Universities are at the leading edge…
Link: Twelve incoming first-year students and transfers from Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri and Texas are recent selections for Mississippi State University’s prestigious Provost Scholarships.
Mississippi State University students now are eligible for the prestigious Astronaut Scholarship Foundation’s merit-based scholarship providing $10,000 each to outstanding college juniors and seniors.
With a final check of his instrument panel, Mississippi State aerospace engineering graduate student Zachary Doucet gently pulled back on the control stick to lift his aircraft off the ground. As the airplane sailed through the air, he spent a few minutes getting used to the controls before banking left to see how the plane…
Merlin Flight Simulation Group (Merlin) has recently installed an MP500-1 Academic Engineering Flight Simulator at Mississippi State University.
Bagley College of Engineering alumnus Terry Abel has been awarded NASA’s Distinguished Public Service Medal, the highest recognition the agency bestows to non-government individuals. NASA honored Abel for his “exceptional dedication to the education of young aerospace professionals by sponsoring, organizing, and participating in activities related to space exploration.” He was presented the award by…
STARKVILLE, Miss.—An aerospace engineering major at Mississippi State University is receiving a national scholarship designed to promote undergraduate training in ocean atmospheric science, research, technology and education.
Mississippi State University will lead a major research and development project for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) after a rigorous and highly competitive review process.