With new simulator, the digital sky is the limit

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…

July 28, 2017

Aerospace Engineering receives new flight simulator

Merlin Flight Simulation Group (Merlin) has recently installed an MP500-1 Academic Engineering Flight Simulator at Mississippi State University.

July 13, 2017

Bagley alumnus earns prestigious NASA award

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…

July 10, 2017

MSU student receives prestigious NOAA scholarship

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.

May 26, 2017

Mississippi State selected to lead Homeland Security UAS test site

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.

April 21, 2017

Bagley College hosts Space Foundation executives for Distinguished Speaker Series

The Bagley College of Engineering will welcome guests from the Space Foundation on Wednesday as a part of the college’s Distinguished Speaker Series.

April 10, 2017

MSU-Morocco partnership heralded as ‘best practice’ in international education

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State University’s partnership with Morocco’s Université Internationale de Rabat is being recognized as one of the top partnerships in international education.

January 23, 2017

Research team aims to advance the use of graphene in aerospace engineering

LINK: An interdisciplinary team of top researchers at Mississippi State University is studying ways to better protect airplanes from lightning strikes and spacecraft from micrometeoroid orbital debris.

January 6, 2017

Our People: Shuvam Saha

Growing up in the Indian city of Kolkata, population 4.5 million, Shuvam Saha’s parents instilled in him a deep appreciation for education. They made sacrifices to support and encourage his success, and now as an MSU aerospace engineering and mathematics double major, Saha said he dedicates all his work to them. Saha has always excelled…

November 21, 2016

International student soars at Bagley

Via The Reflector: Engineering is a field heavily dominated by men but for one Mississippi State student, gender does not limit how high her dreams can fly; it ignites her.

September 23, 2016