Mississippi State University is once again ranked as Mississippi’s top research university in the latest report from the National Science Foundation.
Mississippi State University is working to train more students for careers in computer science, cybersecurity and coding through a new Cybersecurity Education Hub. A collaborative project with Mississippi Coding Academies, the work is funded by a grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) as well as local sources.
A Mississippi State civil engineering faculty member is being recognized by the American Society of Civil Engineers-Mississippi Section as Engineer of the Year.
An undergraduate and a doctoral student, both in Mississippi State’s Bagley College of Engineering, are being recognized for innovative thinking, cutting-edge research, and a passion for data.
A new $190,573 Appalachian Regional Commission grant will help Mississippi State prepare an additional 400 students for careers in computer science, cybersecurity and coding.
Computer science & engineering professor Cindy Bethel was recently named as one of 2019’s “30 women in robotics you need to know about” by Robohub.com. Bethel’s research focuses on human-robot interaction, interface designs, robotics, human-computer interaction, affective computing, and cognitive science. Specifically, she has helped design robots that aid trauma victims and mobile robots to…
Four of the eight newest Presidential Endowed Scholarship recipients are Bagley College of Engineering students.
Bo Tang, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering within Mississippi State University’s Bagley College of Engineering, was recently recognized by the National Institute for Justice. Tang is the recipient of the NIJ’s New Investigator/Early Career Award for his work in helping to identify and track contraband wireless devices that are smuggled into correctional…
A $500,000 federal grant is helping Mississippi State agriculture students apply virtual reality technology to train for high-tech careers in environmental control.
Three Mississippi State University personnel are being recognized as Mississippi’s leaders in technology.