Two Mississippi State faculty members will connect with their literary fans at the annual Mississippi Book Festival in Jackson this weekend.
Mississippi State University is leading a $4 million, five-year National Science Foundation-funded effort to study climate change impacts in the Mississippi Delta and increase resilience among vulnerable populations.
Mississippi adults will continue to be offered science-based vaccine information by the Mississippi State University Extension Service with help from a national grant. MSU Extension received the Extension Collaborative on Immunization Teaching and Engagement, or EXCITE, grant to provide adult vaccine education in Mississippi. MSU was one of 37 institutions chosen for this award.
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.”
“Barbie” movie extra. International magazine and runway model. World traveler. Communication and philosophy student at Mississippi State University. All of these descriptors of Bébé Rayborn may be important to her, but the one goal she is currently immersing herself in to personally complete is one that saves lives.
A Mississippi State University psychology faculty member is adding a new title from the Gerontological Society of America to her accolades.
A Mississippi State University faculty member in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics is confronting real-world problems with funding from two National Science Foundation grants, using math to address issues ranging from weather events to computational biology.
Kiswahili: how a standard version of the east African language was formed – and spread across the world
With the 2023 Women’s World Cup just days away, a Mississippi State University faculty member is leading the charge to increase visibility for women in sports, and her work is specifically helping shift media coverage of soccer.
Mississippi State University doctoral student Ernesto Borrego, in conjunction with MSU startup company Hand Technologies, LLC, won first place in the New Product Division II at the March MSU Center for Entrepreneurship and Outreach Summit, a juried competition that awards $40,000 cash prizes for proposed technology, management, financials and market ideas.