More than 20 years after 9/11, a Mississippi State English assistant professor is helping students make sense of an important moment in history that shaped the world in which they were born and the media they consume.
As a qualitative researcher, Kenya Cistrunk focuses on service provisions for marginalized and/or oppressed populations and examines under-resourced communities and groups. These services range from tangible items to help meet basic life needs to the development of programs for underserved youth and at-risk families in rural communities.
Mississippi State is recognizing three distinguished faculty members with the university’s highest academic teaching award.
The Department of Communication at Mississippi State University recently announced the winners of faculty awards for 2022 recognizing excellence in teaching, research and service as well as outstanding lecturer.
Mississippi State University’s Jesse Goliath, an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, recently was appointed the American Anthropological Association’s (AAA) liaison to the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA).
Mississippi State is recognizing faculty and staff with annual awards for exceptional teaching, mentoring and advising, honoring those making a difference in students’ lives.
A Mississippi State professor from the university’s main campus in Starkville and an assistant clinical professor from MSU-Meridian are top award winners this year for the Mississippi chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, honoring their achievements and continuing work in social work education.
Mississippi State University Professor Todd Mlsna is the 2022 Chemist of the Year for the state of Mississippi, an honor awarded by the American Chemical Society at their recent spring awards banquet in Starkville.
After witnessing the “slap heard around the world” during the 2022 Oscars, I wasn’t surprised when the internet split into two camps: #TeamWill and #TeamChris.
A Mississippi State faculty member is featuring the university’s proposed interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science degree in Data Science at this weekend’s SEC Mini-Conference on Artificial Intelligence in the Curriculum.