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…
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.
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.
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.
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.
Mississippi State remains ranked among the nation’s top 100 research institutions and the Magnolia State’s leading research university in a new report from the National Science Foundation.
Mississippi State University has been invited for the fifth consecutive time to participate in the nation’s premier automotive engineering competition.
Civil and environmental engineering associate professor Farshid Vahedifard co-authored a story in The Conversation about how natural disasters can make future disasters worse.
Eleven faculty members from six different departments who hold endowed positions were recently recognized by the Bagley College of Engineering. Five were honored with endowed chairs while six hold endowed professorships. Additionally, five of the positions went to female faculty. Related: See photos from the DAC dinner. “We have an outstanding group of faculty within…
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…