A new textbook by a Mississippi State University professor of biological sciences highlights the impending encroachment of human activities on wetlands and how aquatic plant life plays an important role in the ecosystem.
Between spending her time as an undergraduate research assistant, participating in choir and theater, working toward a degree, serving in multiple student organizations and even creating her own, Makayla Smith is using her valuable time and effort to make a change in the lives of those at home and abroad.
Susannah J. Ural, a noted Civil War-era history professor and researcher, is Mississippi State’s inaugural Frank and Virginia Williams Endowed Chair of Abraham Lincoln and Civil War Studies.
Just in time for Women’s History Month, Mississippi State’s Theatre MSU partners next week with Starkville Community Theatre for a special production of “The Belle of Amherst,” a William Luce production highlighting the life of acclaimed poet Emily Dickinson. The play is funded through a collaboration with MSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning.
Philnise Phillips, a Mississippi State junior political science and German double major, will spend this summer in a prestigious and intensive national fellowship program which will prepare her for graduate-level studies.
A Mississippi State professor of biological sciences is part of an interdisciplinary team of scientists throughout the U.S. advancing efforts to produce alternative forms of “greener” bioenergy by modifying plant gene function.
Two Mississippi State Department of Communication faculty members took home awards from the recent Mississippi Theatre Association annual festival.
Mississippi State Associate Professor Kenya Cistrunk is the 2023 president of the Mississippi Conference on Social Welfare, a group founded in 1927 to promote social welfare and foster professional development for human service professionals across the state.
Gabbi is a senior from Brandon, MS. She is majoring in communications with a concentration in print and digital journalism and is working toward a minor in pre-law and plans to graduate May 2023.
Best-selling author Kali Fajardo-Anstine, winner of the American Book award, visits Mississippi State this month as writer-in-residence, an annual program hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences’ Institute for the Humanities and the Department of English. The program is financially assisted by the National Endowment for the Humanities through the Mississippi Humanities Council.
A new National Endowment for the Humanities grant is aiding four Mississippi State anthropology and archaeology faculty in the development of a hands-on, research field school for students to help preserve a historic Black cemetery in Starkville.