Fifteen Mississippi State graduate students are completing a program designed to help ready them for future faculty careers.
From The Commercial Dispatch: A stack of papers sits on a desk beside Bill Jones’ laptop in his Greensboro Street home in Starkville. The final exams for his 70 mechanical engineering students at Mississippi State University represent, by Jones’ estimate, about 15 hours of meticulous grading work he knocked out between Friday afternoon and Sunday…
Five outstanding women, two of whom were from the Bagley College of Engineering, were recognized at Mississippi State during the annual President’s Commission on the Status of Women Awards ceremony.
Several engineering faculty, staff and students were recently recognized at the Mississippi State research awards banquet.
Industrial & Systems Engineering professor Lesley Strawderman looks at the quickest way to get up (or down) an escalator.
A Mississippi State University Bagley College of Engineering professor and a recent graduate have been named recipients of the 2018 George Stephenson Gold Medal, awarded for the best original paper published by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
A Mississippi State civil engineering faculty member who researches resilience against extreme events and natural hazards is responding to lessons learned from California’s deadly Camp Fire by outlining how to utilize the power of data to help improve disaster response and minimize economic loss and human harm in similar events.
The Carnegie Foundation has released an update of the influential Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, and Mississippi State is designated as a “Very High Research Activity” doctoral university.
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has awarded Mississippi State’s Drew Hamilton the prestigious 2018 SIGAda Distinguished Service Award.
Mississippi State University has been invited for the fifth consecutive time to participate in the nation’s premier automotive engineering competition.