Industry and researchers soon will be able to test 5G and other advanced wireless technologies at Mississippi State University.
Mississippi State faculty members in the university’s colleges of Education, Arts and Sciences, and Bagley College of Engineering are receiving a $1.6 million National Science Foundation grant to develop teaching materials from weather data to help secondary students learn data analysis and interpretation.
Jake Hartzburg, senior electrical engineering major in the Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State University, was recently awarded the 2019 Roy. G Post Scholarship. Hartzburg is one of just seven undergraduate students from around the world selected to receive the Post Foundation Scholarship. Recipients of the award exceed expectations both inside and outside of…
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 $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will allow researchers from two Mississippi State University engineering departments to encourage young women to enter science-based computing fields. Aerospace engineering professor Rani W. Sullivan and electrical and computer engineering assistant professor M. Jean Mohammadi-Aragh were awarded funding from the NSF’s Research Initiation in Engineering Formation program….
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.