Mississippi State Associate Professor Melody Fisher fills a void in social science literature about public relations history with her 2022 book highlighting the practices and scholarship contributions to the field by members of ethnically and racially underrepresented groups.
Research by Mississippi State Professor Jinwu Ye is featured in Nature—the world’s leading multidisciplinary science journal—as part of an interdisciplinary team whose computer coding created a holographic universe in order to test the existence of space-time passages or wormholes.
A Mississippi State faculty member’s new book focuses on how lessons about safety and safety precautions enhance fear of crime.
Mississippi State University’s Story State 2023—an annual event aimed at sharing Mississippi stories—is open for entries for new and original written, oral or filmed stories. The competition is open to all students enrolled at a Mississippi institution of higher learning, with entries accepted until Feb. 1.
Mississippi State’s College of Arts and Sciences has selected four new recipients of the Dean’s Eminent Scholar Awards honoring “exceptionally meritorious faculty who have achieved national recognition and enhanced the quality and stature of academic programs.”
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant’s pending promotion sheds new light on his overlooked fight for equal rights after the Civil War
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.
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.
Sarah R. Lalk, an assistant clinical professor in Mississippi State’s geosciences department, is receiving this year’s Rod Nave Award, designated for those who represent a “significant connection between the sciences and the science education community.”