“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” The words of this centuries-old adage are engrained in the mind and the life of Wes Lowe.
Biomedical engineering student Paulino Jarquin has been selected to receive a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
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.
Mississippi State University is once again using unmanned aircraft systems expertise and resources to benefit the Magnolia State.
Industrial & Systems Engineering professor Lesley Strawderman looks at the quickest way to get up (or down) an escalator.
Not many people can say that they have beaten an Olympic runner or led the Boston Marathon, but Michael Johnson can. An avid runner, Johnson, 44, is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Philosophy in Civil Engineering online at Mississippi State University.
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.
Junior chemical engineering major Mayukh Datta recently captured second place for his poster presentation at the 2018 American Institute of Chemical Engineers national student conference. His poster took home runner-up honors in the Environmental Science and Engineering Category II division at the conference, which was held in Pittsburgh. “Winning this award felt amazing. This was…