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Engineering alum elected to serve as ASCE regional leader

A Mississippi State University engineering alumna has been elected to a regional leadership position in the American Society of Civil Engineers. Jennifer Sloan Ziegler, who has three degrees from MSU’s Bagley College of Engineering, will serve as a three-year term as one of two new Region 5 Governors. Region Governors serve on ASCE board and…

June 5, 2020


Truax elected to lead national civil engineering organization

The head of Mississippi State University’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has been elected to serve as the president of the nation’s leading civil engineering organization. Dennis Truax will be inaugurated as president-elect of the American Society of Civil Engineers at the organization’s annual meeting this fall. He will serve as president-elect of ASCE…

June 4, 2020


Link: Meet The Woman Mitigating Risk In NASA Historic Launch

A Mississippi State engineering grad was part of the recent SpaceX launch that sent two American astronauts into space.

June 3, 2020


Ph.D. student inducted into Graduate Student Hall of Fame

The College of Engineering awarded Jack Francis, a PhD student in Industrial and Systems Engineering as their Hall of Fame Recipient for 2019-2020.

May 28, 2020


Swann earns prestigious online teaching certification

With an increasing number of Mississippi State University classes now including an online component, one engineering staff member has earned a prestigious certification from the international organization dedicated to improving the quality of online education. Tamra Swann, the distance education coordinator for the James Worth Bagley College of Engineering, has earned the Teaching Online Certificate…

May 27, 2020


Thrive in Five accelerates MSU students to two degrees in five years

The time it takes to earn two degrees just got shorter at Mississippi State with the introduction of the Thrive in Five accelerated degree program.

May 27, 2020


Link: 25 Air Force Junior ROTC Cadets Selected for Elite Cyber Academy

Today, CSforALL, Air Force Junior ROTC, Mississippi State University Bagley College of Engineering, and the National Cybersecurity Training and Education Center (NCyTE) at Whatcom Community College announced 25 Air Force JROTC cadets selected for the inaugural Air Force Junior ROTC Cyber Academy, the capstone experience of the JROTC-CS Demonstration Project.

May 22, 2020


Mississippi State donates mask disinfectant to Kosciusko veterans home

The Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS), part of the Mississippi State University’s James Worth Bagley College of Engineering, designed and donated a sterilizer to the Mississippi State Veterans Home in Kosciusko, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

May 21, 2020


Lee named new head of Bagley’s K-12 outreach efforts

headshot of Shana Lee

A four-time Mississippi State alumna has been selected as the new director of educational outreach and student programs for the Bagley College of Engineering. Shana Lee transitions into the role on a full-time basis after having served as the interim director since November 2019. In her new position, she will direct Mississippi BEST Robotics, coordinate…

May 19, 2020


Link: Doctor with Starkville ties will lead NFL’s comeback

A Mississippi State graduate will be on the front lines as NFL teams can begin reopening their facilities this week.

May 18, 2020