Mississippi State’s Speech and Debate Council members have claimed five individual national titles from the recent International Public Debate Association National Championship in Abilene, Texas, and placed second nationally out of more than 100 teams, the highest finish in the program’s history.
Mississippi State senior Flora Dedeaux is the 2022 Student of the Year for the Public Relations Association of Mississippi, joining other MSU students and professionals receiving honors during the organization’s recent PRism Awards ceremony.
Two Mississippi State University students from the College of Arts and Sciences are among three MSU students and two MSU alumni chosen to receive fellowships from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program, the country’s oldest fellowship program directly supporting graduate students in STEM fields.
Chance Lowe, a senior German and criminology double major who is minoring in Russian, is Mississippi State’s fourth David L. Boren Scholarship recipient in the past five years.
Mississippi State students recently distilled semesters’ worth of research into short and easily understandable pitches during the annual Three Minute Thesis competition.
The Department of Chemistry at Mississippi State University hosts Thomas Holme—editor-in-chief of the Journal of Chemical Education—as keynote speaker at this month’s W. Lester S. Andrews Graduate Research Symposium, an annual event offering graduate students a forum for judged poster presentations.
Mississippi State recently recognized students’ faculty-guided research efforts during the spring Undergraduate Research Symposium.
A Mississippi State senior biochemistry major is the university’s ninth Fulbright finalist in the last six years.
The 29 recipients of this year’s Spirit of State Award represent a variety of backgrounds, hometowns and majors, but they all have a common passion—serving the Mississippi State community.
Students researchers in Mississippi State’s Department of Biological Sciences displayed their work earlier this month during the department’s annual symposium.