Experiencing Germany wasn’t in Ryan A. Shoemake’s plans when he transferred to Mississippi State in 2015 from Jones County Junior College. However, an encounter with a foreign language class sparked a new interest—living abroad.
In 2019, Jeannette Booth will turn 80 and celebrate two major, 60-year milestones: employment with MSU and marriage to her husband, Marion Booth. One thing she won’t do is retire.
Coming from a large, supportive family, Mary Cagle knew she wanted to find a university where it feels like home but also offers new experiences. The junior electrical engineering major from Huntsville, Alabama, said Mississippi State has been just the place she needed for the chance to soar.
Electric Cooperatives of Mississippi, headquartered in Ridgeland, is benefitting Mississippi State’s James Worth Bagley College of Engineering through a $300,000 lead gift for updates to the Paul B. Jacob High Voltage Laboratory.
Generous support from Entergy Mississippi of Jackson will enhance the Paul B. Jacob High Voltage Laboratory in the James Worth Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State University.
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…
Electrical and computer engineering alum alum Al Williams was recently appointed managing director for Chevron Australia.
A Mississippi State University graduate student was one of 54 students from across the country to win the NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF) Program, which awards each winner a $45,000 grant. Orhan Eroglu, a graduate student in electrical and computer engineering, won the NESSF award for his research on extending the impact of…
For Kendrick Addison, summers at Mississippi State are not too different from the rest of the academic year. Addison has enrolled during the summer terms throughout his college career because he values the opportunity to focus his undivided attention on one course at a time.
A senior computer engineering major will take part in a year-long German training program through the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program (CBYX). Ryan Shoemake, a Laurel, Mississippi, native will join 75 American students and professionals to complete the three-phase program consisting of two months of intensive German language training at the Carl-Duisburg Centren, four months of…