MSU communication students win top PR awards, recognized for ‘exceptional work’ in field
A Mississippi State University communication graduate student is among five MSU students recognized at the Southern Public Relations Federation’s conference in Baton Rouge this month, winning “awards of excellence” for exceptional work in the field of public relations in the Southeast region.
Our People: Jesse Goliath
“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.
Institute for the Humanities announces 2022 Fellows
Now in its second year, Mississippi State University’s Institute for the Humanities has awarded fellowships to three associate professors to assist in their research goals.
Lincoln expert, MSU alumnus visiting for Williams lecture series
Mississippi State University Libraries is welcoming an esteemed alumnus and Abraham Lincoln expert as the keynote speaker for the fifth annual Frank and Virginia Williams Lecture on Lincoln and Civil War Studies.
MSU faculty member’s book suggests new views on ancient Romans’ use of documents
Mississippi State’s Scott DiGiulio, an assistant professor in the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures, is re-examining in his collaborative book how ancient Romans viewed and used documents.
Newest Luckyday scholars at MSU continue to lead, serve, grow
As Mississippi State continues to create and grow pathways for student success, financial support is often an essential link to the graduation finish line.
Two A&S Students are Rhodes Scholarship Applicants!
Two A&S Students recently applied for the Rhodes Scholarship and are featured in the Commercial Dispatch.
Theatre MSU Featured in the The Dispatch
Theatre MSU continues to make headlines as it reaches audiences.
MSU proves successful at annual CPRAM, SPRF competitions
Mississippi State students and staff members representing various colleges, departments and professional units took home numerous awards from recent College Public Relations Association of Mississippi and Southern Public Relations Federation annual competitions.
MSU’s Zuckerman part of research team featured in prestigious scientific journal, work to redefine use of skeletons
Research by Molly Zuckerman, professor in Mississippi State’s Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, is featured in Communications Biology—a division of Nature—as part of a multi-institution, interdisciplinary project challenging the perspective of using human remains as objects for scientific study and, instead, using them as a pathway for reconstructing unique experiences, circumstances and places within history.
MSU names Matthew Brown to Dr. Donald L. Hall Professorship of Biology
Matthew W. Brown is the newest appointee to the prestigious Dr. Donald L. Hall Professorship of Biology at Mississippi State University, a position made possible with an endowment created by its namesake.