A Mississippi State University research team is using nearly $300,000 from the National Science Foundation to study the intersection of human emotions, information spread and behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic, a project that could inform future health policies.
Mississippi State University faculty member Tara E. Sutton has been recognized as an emerging scholar by a division of the American Society of Criminology for her in-depth criminology research with a focus on women, Black families and LGBTQIA2S+ young adults.
Mississippi State’s Institute for the Humanities hosts this month its final presentation of the fall semester— “What’s up with Higher Education?”––an in-depth review of the current crises and challenges facing higher education in the U.S. and part of the ongoing “Conversations with a Humanist” lecture series.
The College of Arts and Sciences announces three new recipients of the Dean’s Eminent Scholar Awards as well as a faculty mentor award, all honoring “exceptional faculty” whose accomplishments in teaching, research and service have enhanced the quality and stature of Mississippi State’s academic programs.
A Mississippi State University biological sciences faculty member is using more than half a million dollars in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Treasury to study the ecological impacts of bacteria in the Mississippi Sound and functions of the microorganisms.
Mississippi State faculty members continue tackling current issues in this fall’s MSU Faculty Book Talk series hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences––this month featuring Gary N. Ervin, professor in MSU’s Department of Biological Sciences.
A Mississippi State University psychology faculty member is investing in the next generation through a $3.75 million grant to help reengage 16- to 25-year-olds—not currently in school or the workforce—connect to options to brighten their futures.
Mississippi State’s Theatre MSU presents a hilarious romp through a magical school for its second production of its 60th season.
While PSAs can prompt people to talk about a particular topic and keep it front of mind, using PSAs to persuade people to actually change behavior is more difficult.
Through the creation of a new online university database, a Mississippi State forensic anthropologist is using his expertise to help find missing people.
Two Mississippi State University psychology faculty members received top awards this fall from the Mississippi Psychological Association for their contributions to mental health improvements in the magnolia state.