MSU meteorology grad wins three regional Emmys
Hannah Strong, a Mississippi State geosciences graduate and meteorologist for WDRB in Louisville, Kentucky, recently helped her station bring home three Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards.
Saturday’s Mississippi Book Festival features MSU faculty, staff authors
Mississippi State faculty and staff are well-represented again at the annual Mississippi Book Festival in Jackson this weekend, with four MSU employees participating in the literary event which connects hundreds of authors with their fans.
MSU’s Hagenston awarded Mississippi Arts Commission literary artist fellowship
Becky Hagenston, a professor in Mississippi State’s Department of English, is receiving a literary artist fellowship for fiction from the Mississippi Arts Commission.
$4.3 million NIH grant helps MSU researcher study underrepresented men, sexual assault
Mississippi State faculty member Tara E. Sutton is serving as senior personnel on a five-year National Institutes of Health grant investigating the sexual assault experiences of sexual and gender minority men and expanding insight into victimization and related outcomes.
A&S Professor Featured in the Conversation
Rachel Allison, Associate Professor of Sociology, Mississippi State University, featured.
MSU student newscast brings home top regional award
Mississippi State University’s student-produced weekly newscast, “Take 30 News,” is the winner of a Best Newscast award from the Student Production Awards presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Southeast Chapter.
Shannon's Alivia Roberts achieves lifelong dream, heads to Miss America
Alivia Roberts may hail from a small town, but she’s always had big dreams.
MSU’s new graduate certificate program offers specialized understanding of public procurement
Mississippi State’s Department of Political Science and Public Administration now offers a certificate program for graduate students that bridges theory and practices in the field of public procurement.
MSU faculty member collaborates on $1.2 million NIH grant to increase access, equity for multilingual learners
A Mississippi State faculty member is collaborating through a $1.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to advance immersive learning environments for Latine multilingual learners (LML) with a focus on science, technology, engineering and math settings.
MSU faculty member publishes sole book on life and work of acclaimed author Robert Morgan
Robert M. West, interim department head of classical and modern languages and literatures and Mississippi State professor of English, this summer published the first book dedicated to poet, short story writer and novelist Robert Morgan.
MSU graduate student awarded $50K to advance skeletal research
Mississippi State’s Eric Anderson is receiving a $50,000 grant from the SMART Business Accelerator Initiative to continue developing a mobile application for his Portable Osteometric Device, a new tool created to ensure the efficiency of human skeletal remains analysis and measurement.
The Department of Political Science and Public Administration Honors Memory of Student
This July, Mississippi State University hosted 21 family members from across the U.S. in an intimate tree planting ceremony in memory of Joseph Blakeney “Blake” Burgess, a 2019 MSU graduate who passed away in February 2020.