CSE

Chemical engineering student with big public service dreams named MSU’s newest Truman Scholar

Alicia D. Brown of Petal, a student in MSU’s Judy and Bobby Shackouls Honors College, is receiving $30,000 in graduate-study expenses as a newly-minted Truman Scholar. As one of approximately 65 students selected from the 50 states this year, Brown is Mississippi’s only awardee and is committing to a career in public service following graduation.

April 11, 2019


Bagley students initiated into engineering honor society

The Mississippi State University chapter of Tau Beta Pi recently welcomed 40 Bagley College of Engineering students into its ranks. Tau Beta Pi is the second-oldest honor society in the United States. In order to join, students must be in the top eighth of their junior class or top fifth of their senior class, making…

November 28, 2018


Hamilton awarded 2018 SIGAda Distinguished Service Award

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has awarded Mississippi State’s Drew Hamilton the prestigious 2018 SIGAda Distinguished Service Award.

November 26, 2018


Nine Bagley students earn scholarships to attend cyber-security conference

Nine Mississippi State computer science and engineering students will receive scholarships to attend the upcoming 2019 Usenix Enigma Conference in San Francisco. The scholarship is funded by Facebook and includes the registration fee, travel costs and lodging. The conference is set for January 28-30, 2019. While at the conference, students will have the opportunity to…

November 7, 2018


Amazon manager to give Engineering Innovation Talk

After years in an academic environment, many college graduates can find it challenging when they transition into the workforce. But one accomplished Mississippi State University alumna will return to campus this week to offer advice on how students can use their academic skills to succeed in the workplace. Nashlie Sephus, a software development manager with…

October 29, 2018


Bagley recognizes 11 faculty members with endowed positions

Eleven faculty members from six different departments who hold endowed positions were recently recognized by the Bagley College of Engineering. Five were honored with endowed chairs while six hold endowed professorships. Additionally, five of the positions went to female faculty. Related: See photos from the DAC dinner. “We have an outstanding group of faculty within…

October 10, 2018


Our People: Litany Lineberry

As an African American woman and a person with disabilities, Mississippi State student Litany Lineberry is proud to be a triple minority in the male-dominated field of computer science.

September 24, 2018


Bagley College of Engineering welcomes new computer science and engineering department head

A recognized leader in the field of computational intelligence with strong ties to the state of Mississippi is the new department head for computer science and engineering at Mississippi State University. Shahram Rahimi joined the Bagley College of Engineering faculty as the new computer science and engineering department head on August 1. He comes to…

August 24, 2018


Link: Sarah Lee leads her field with innovative thinking

Dr. Sarah Lee is the associate clinical professor, assistant department head and director of undergraduate studies for the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Mississippi State University. Since 2011 she has regularly taught numerous courses at undergraduate and graduate levels, and has consistently received favorable reviews from her students.

August 24, 2018


Bagley students fare well at local hackathon

A group of computer science students from Mississippi State University’s Bagley College of Engineering recently participated in Hack the Future: Between Earth and Sky, a local hackathon sponsored by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. Jesse Ables, a graduate student in cyber security from Flora, Mississippi, was part of the second-place team that developed a…

July 31, 2018