Undergraduate

Strike up the band: Two engineering students selected as drum majors for 2019-20 Famous Maroon Band

Two Bagley students are among the four new drum majors who have been selected to lead Mississippi State’s Famous Maroon Band during the upcoming academic year.

July 18, 2019


MAS Summer Student Science Symposium attracts researchers from across state to MSU

Distinguished scientists and students from across the Magnolia State gathered at Mississippi State University recently for the third annual Mississippi Academy of Sciences Summer Student Science Symposium.

July 12, 2019


Our People: Caroline Bearden

Many students face uncertainty about their future career path and have difficulty selecting a major. Senior industrial engineering major Caroline Bearden had a few false starts before she was able to find the field that fit her perfectly in the Bagley College of Engineering.

July 8, 2019


Link: MSU students join Continental Internship Program in Clinton

Continental Tire has selected Mississippi State University students Sarah Chipley of Vicksburg and James Leggett of Jackson for summer engineering internships in Clinton.

July 8, 2019


Our People: Ryan Shoemake

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.

June 17, 2019


2019-20 Computer Specifications are now live!

May 23, 2019


Tau Beta Pi inducts new members

The Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society recently inducted 34 new members into its Mississippi State University chapter. Membership in Tau Beta Pi is by invitation only. New members are selected each semester based on grade point average as well as major-specific requirements. Students must demonstrate distinguished scholarship and exemplary character. The list of Bagley…

May 8, 2019


Biomedical engineering student to receive prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Biomedical engineering student Paulino Jarquin has been selected to receive a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

May 6, 2019


Chemical engineering student with big public service dreams named MSU’s newest Truman Scholar

Alicia D. Brown of Petal, a student in MSU’s Judy and Bobby Shackouls Honors College, is receiving $30,000 in graduate-study expenses as a newly-minted Truman Scholar. As one of approximately 65 students selected from the 50 states this year, Brown is Mississippi’s only awardee and is committing to a career in public service following graduation.

April 11, 2019


Our People: Mary Cagle

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.

April 8, 2019