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Benjamin Crider, a Mississippi State associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, is part of the first—and groundbreaking—experiment at the new Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, measuring how long exotic nuclei can survive at the edge of stability.
November 29, 2022
Mississippi State University celebrated its 2022 research achievements and honored distinguished faculty and staff at its annual research awards celebration Monday [Nov. 28].
If the United States is going to continue to grow its research and technological capabilities, ideas and talent from every corner of the country must be incorporated.
This Veteran’s Day, Lt. Col. Christopher S. Evans, head of Mississippi State’s Air Force ROTC Detachment 425, said he wants American citizens to recognize the time service men and women sacrifice for the protection and defense of this country.
November 8, 2022
As one of the nation’s most veteran-friendly universities, Mississippi State also is now the home of a “Veteran Champion of the Year.”
“I usually mention the TV show ‘Bones’ when people ask what I do. Even though it is a fictional version, it helps give people a context for what a forensic anthropologist does,” said Jesse Goliath, a Mississippi State assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures.
November 1, 2022
Faculty members can view frequently used forms and information.
Faculty can view important forms and faculty handbook.
Faculty can view committees and vote in elections.
Faculty can view important information regarding promotion and tenure.
See the members of the A&S IDEA Committee.
Faculty will find important information about curriculum deadlines and the curriculum committee.
The Vision Podcast is a podcast designed for MSU Faculty & Staff. It is created and produced by Mississippi State University's College of Arts & Sciences.
Our monthly interview series highlighting faculty and research within the college.