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Bagley student wins award at regional conference

Bagley College of Engineering graduate student Tim Murphy was recently honored with the Barry Dempsey Bituminous Technical Contribution of the Year award at the Illinois Bituminous Paving Conference. Murphy is a distance education student studying construction materials through Bagley’s civil & environmental engineering department. “We are very proud of Tim’s accomplishments,” said Isaac Howard, professor…

January 8, 2019


Mississippi State recognized as one of nation’s top research universities

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.

December 18, 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


Mississippi State set to compete in EcoCAR Mobility Challenge

Mississippi State University has been invited for the fifth consecutive time to participate in the nation’s premier automotive engineering competition.

October 26, 2018


Scottish engineering firm renews multi-million dollar software donation

For the second time in two years, Scotland-based engineering firm Petroleum Experts (Petex) has donated more than $1.4 million worth of software to the Swalm School of Chemical Engineering at Mississippi State University. Petroleum Experts made their first software donation to Mississippi State in the fall of 2016. “We are extremely grateful to Petroleum Experts…

October 5, 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 Ph.D. student recognized for research prowess at international conference

A Mississippi State University Ph.D. student recently captured one of the top research awards at an international conference on neurotrauma. Anna Marie Dulaney, a biomedical engineering doctoral student in Mississippi State’s Bagley College of Engineering, was awarded the acclaimed TEAM Research Award at the 3rd Joint Symposium of the International and National Neurotrauma Societies and…

August 31, 2018


Mississippi State graduate student wins grant from NASA

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…

August 21, 2018


Mississippi State to offer new graduate-level military engineering concentration

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Recognized as one of the top universities in the nation for military-connected students, Mississippi State University is adding to that reputation by launching a new concentration in military engineering for its master of engineering program. The master of engineering concentration will be a multidisciplinary degree program that offers students flexibility as part…

August 17, 2018


Two Bagley graduate students earn Research Assistantship awards

Two Bagley College of Engineering students earned the 2018 Graduate Research Assistantship award by the Office of the Graduate School. Shahriar Shahrokhabadi won the award for Ph.D. students while James Williams won the award for masters-level students. Both are pursuing degrees in civil and environmental engineering. “These awards reflect the individual’s success and commitment to…

August 10, 2018