A new university-wide resource is now available to Mississippi State students wanting to improve their analytical and written skills for history courses.
Mississippi State ROTC cadets, left to right, Alexander C. Gibb, Petal; Jakayla K. Marzittie, Jackson; Isaiah K. Mills, Clinton; and LaNyse D. Gleaton, Courtland, took their U.S. Army commission oath this past week from Maj. Nathaniel A. Rice, also an MSU professor of military science. The cadets’ commission as part of the MSU Bulldog Battalion Cadre signifies the formal beginning of the recent university graduates’ military careers.
“Barbie” movie extra. International magazine and runway model. World traveler. Communication and philosophy student at Mississippi State University. All of these descriptors of Bébé Rayborn may be important to her, but the one goal she is currently immersing herself in to personally complete is one that saves lives.
Mississippi State University doctoral student Ernesto Borrego, in conjunction with MSU startup company Hand Technologies, LLC, won first place in the New Product Division II at the March MSU Center for Entrepreneurship and Outreach Summit, a juried competition that awards $40,000 cash prizes for proposed technology, management, financials and market ideas.
Three Mississippi State students are adding studying abroad to their university academic pursuits thanks to a grant from Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society.
Mississippi State University alumni and current students are among this year’s recipients of the National Science Foundation’s prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship.
Mississippi State’s College of Arts and Sciences now offers additional support for students’ professional development through the creation of a new scholarship, the Student First Undergraduate Excellence Opportunity.
Two Mississippi State undergraduates are the latest recipients of the nationally renowned Astronaut Scholarship, a prestigious designation that recognizes the best and brightest science-, technology-, engineering- and mathematics-focused students in the U.S.
Mississippi State’s Max Wamsley, a chemistry Ph.D. student from Vicksburg, is a recipient of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation Scholarship, which provides him full tuition for up to five years and full-time employment with America’s largest government agency after graduation.
Amari Cooper, a junior biological sciences and social work double major from Madison, is Mississippi State’s fifth David L. Boren Scholarship recipient in the last six years.
Two Mississippi State honors students are among a distinguished group of only 55 Udall Scholars from across the country for 2023.