A Mississippi State University staff member is being recognized by a global society for her contributions to the advancement of research with a ‘Future of the Field’ award from the Society of Research Administrators International, or SRAI.
Kasondra Harris got into the field of education because she likes the sense of purpose that comes with helping others. “I like putting out fires and making people happy with effective solutions to problems,” said the academic coordinator for Mississippi State’s College of Arts and Sciences. “I love the fact that each day brings something new and different.”
A veteran Mississippi State faculty member with a wealth of leadership experience in academic programs and faculty and student development is the College of Arts and Sciences’ new leader for academic affairs.
Two Mississippi State University students received awards from the university’s Gender Studies Program for their research and insights into gender studies issues as part of the Gender Studies Paper Award contest this spring.
Keeping track of numbers, accounts, policies and procedures is a major strength for Sheryl Kinard, but these valuable skills have become even more important to the university because she combines her knowledge with a helpful and collegial attitude.
For the second year, Mississippi State is offering a highly interactive summer experience for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, possibly the only camp of its kind in the U.S.
Twelve Mississippi State employees are being honored for their dedication to service with this year’s Donald W. Zacharias Distinguished Staff Awards.
The Lois-Dowdle Cobb Museum of Archaeology in the Cobb Institute of Archaeology at Mississippi State unveils a new student-designed exhibition and display space next week.
For many students, choosing a major and registering for classes can be stressful. In Mississippi State’s College of Arts and Sciences, Academic Coordinator Emily Cain works full-time to help students navigate the many paths they can take, both in their academic classes and in their careers.
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.
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.