News Article Archive
2003 Press Releases:
Study explores Medicaid patient medical access (12/19/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
As a medical sociologist working at Mississippi State, Jeralynn S. Cossman has long been aware that Mississippi is a national leader for enrollment rates in the federal Medicaid program.
Vet alumni face challenge from SEC colleagues (12/19/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Mississippi State's College of Veterinary Medicine is among five Southeastern Conference universities now at the mid-point of a challenge to determine which has the most loyal alumni supporters.
Library dean receives state association honor (12/19/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Frances N. Coleman of Mississippi State is being recognized for more than three decades of service as a professional librarian.
Study reveals satisfied customers not enough (12/18/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Satisfied customers may not be enough to keep businesses turning a profit in today's competitive marketplace, where discriminating shoppers increasingly seek more intense emotional rewards.
Early Childhood Institute assists providers (12/18/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A colorful, interactive compact disc produced by Mississippi State's Early Childhood Institute is a primer on child-care basics ranging from proper hand-washing to classroom hazards.
2003 Alumni Fellows named at MSU (12/17/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Eight graduates have been named 2003 Alumni Fellows of Mississippi State University.
Engineering prof promoted to associate provost (12/17/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
The head of agricultural and biological engineering is being named associate provost for academic affairs at the university.
New health policy paper weighs in on obesity (12/17/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
High-calorie, high-sugar and high-sodium foods--combined with lack of physical activity--are contributing to an unhealthy Mississippi trend: some of the highest obesity rates in the country.
Civil War gunboat battles ravages of time (12/16/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
The USS Cairo's voyage to the bottom of the Yazoo River more than 140 years ago was only the beginning of a battle for survival the resurfaced Civil War gunboat is fighting today against the ravages of time.
Engineering professor, majors in spotlight (12/15/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Atly Jefcoat, holder of Mississippi State's Hunter Henry Chair of Chemical Engineering, is receiving national recognition for his work advising a student organization in his professional field.
History professor heads scholarship programs (12/15/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A history professor emeritus is returning to campus to lead the university's two most distinguished scholarship programs.
Cochran addresses success, national security (12/13/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Sen. Thad Cochran told Mississippi State graduates Saturday that, while personal ambition and role models are important factors for success in life, honest self-awareness is essential.
Technology seeks new market for forest landowners (12/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A new demonstration plant unveiled Friday [Dec. 12] at Mississippi State has the potential to stimulate alternative, profitable markets for small-diameter trees thinned from pine plantations.
Students continue to excel at U.N. simulation (12/11/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Mississippi State students again are among leaders at a regional conference that models the world's primary organization for promoting international peace and security.
Engineering student will intern in capital (12/10/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
A biomedical engineering graduate student will intern with the National Academies in Washington, D.C., next semester in a program designed to smooth the transition from academia to professional life.
Professor named to panel that assists NASA (12/09/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
An engineering professor will serve on a national panel that serves as a conduit between NASA and the scientific-technical community.
Starkville/MSU community band being planned (12/05/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
In the midst of his first year as assistant director of University Bands, Craig Aarhus is laying the groundwork for a community musical collaboration.
Auto research center to advance productivity (12/04/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
The state of Mississippi and Mississippi State are unveiling a state-of-the-art research center designed to reduce product development time, improve efficiency and increase safety in automobiles.
For special-needs class, student changes places (12/03/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Assigned a class project dealing with accommodations for persons with special needs, student Molly Miller might have interviewed a student with disabilities.
Education honor society taps local students (12/02/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
One hundred and one academically achieving juniors and seniors in MSU's College of Education are new members of the university chapter of Kappa Delta Pi honor society.
Prof to be featured in 'Kitty Hawk' production (12/02/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A Public Broadcasting System documentary on the Wright Brothers' historic flight 100 years ago this month is featuring a Mississippi State faculty member.
Scientists exploring disappearing duck populations (12/01/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Scientists are among those who want to know why populations of lesser scaup--or, as they're commonly known, bluebills--continued to decline while most species of North American waterfowl experienced dramatic increases begun during the 1990s.
Starkville auto research center opens Dec. 4 (11/26/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Representatives of MSU, the State of Mississippi and Nissan Motor Co. will join local government officials Thursday [Dec. 4] to formally open a new 45,000-square-foot automotive research facility near the university campus in Starkville.
MEDIA ADVISORY: State Dept. official to visit MSU (11/26/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
John Merrill, chief of the Northeast Asia Division of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research for the U.S. Department of State, will be at Mississippi State University and in Jackson next week to discuss the nuclear threat posed by North Korea.
Engineering chair honors retired lab director (11/26/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
The establishment of a new endowed chair honors Paul B. Jacob, founder and longtime director of the university's high voltage engineering program of study, research and testing.
Harrell to launch Pritchard speaker series (11/25/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
An expert in simulation and systems design will discuss evolving applications of the technology in the field of industrial engineering Monday [Dec. 1] as Mississippi State's first Robert Pritchard Distinguished Speaker.
Watson named vp for agriculture, forestry, vet med (11/25/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
A longtime administrator and researcher has been named head of the university's Division of Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine.
Event focuses on high-tech cheating in classrooms (11/24/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Measures to prevent high-tech cheating in the classroom will be the subject of a presentation Monday (Dec. 1).
Henry Donaghy writes of his life as a priest (11/24/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
What began as a record for his children now is the published memoir of a university professor's early career as a priest and his decision to leave that calling.
Zora Brown Scholarship to aid history majors (11/20/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Public broadcasting advocate Zora Anderson Brown is being memorialized with a scholarship.
Architecture teaching method earns major kudos (11/20/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Freshman architecture majors at accredited schools around the nation learn the basics of structural design in their first studio class.
Physics professor recognized for creativity (11/19/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
A physics professor is the winner of a prestigious excellence-in-teaching award for development of an interactive computer graphics system to help college students and others learn about optics.
MSU boasts one of few self-sustaining facilities (11/18/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Pete Melby believes human intrusion can be a bummer--particularly when imposed upon natural habitat without consideration for its scenic beauty, ecological efficiency or potential for innovative development.
Flute-guitar concert announced at MSU (11/17/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
The concert of a faculty artist will present works arranged especially for flute and guitar.
Thad Cochran to address Dec. graduating class (11/17/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
The state's senior U.S. senator will address graduates during the university's Dec. 13 commencement program.
Insurance teachers invited to summer institute (11/14/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Officials in College of Business and Industry are announcing the university's first Insurance Education Summer Institute, to be held on campus next year.
Engineering expands honors program opportunities (11/14/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Engineering students who want to extend University Honors Program participation into their junior and senior years now may do so by performing additional work in regular upper-level courses.
Dinosaur replica among displays at museum (11/13/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Triceratops the three-horned dinosaur is playing at a museum near you--that is, if you happen to live on or near the campus of Mississippi State University.
Mississippian, Time 'Person of the Year' to speak (11/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A 1986 accounting graduate who was one of three 2002 Time Magazine ''Persons of the Year'' speaks Monday [Nov. 17] at the university.
Guitar concert to feature Advent, classical music (11/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
The Advent season will be greeted in Starkville Nov. 30 with the recital of a classical guitarist.
Art, photography students receive regional honors (11/12/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Four seniors involved in programs of the university's art department are being recognized for regional achievements.
Holiday Bazaar is Santa's helper at MSU (11/11/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
For the 31st year, Mississippi State is helping students, faculty and staff prepare for Christmas with a massive arts and crafts market held in the university's Colvard Union.
MSU architect views future mobile homes (11/11/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Affordable, easily constructed off-site and readily transported, mobile homes long have offered a way for many state residents to own a home.
Jackson student earns regional minority fellowship (11/10/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A doctoral student from Jackson is earning a major fellowship to support her studies in public administration.
Army human resources officer to speak (11/07/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A senior Army Reserve officer who helped mobilize U.S. troops for duty in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan speaks Nov. 19.
Students garner major dairy evaluation honors (11/07/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Mississippi State's dairy products judging team continues its winning ways.
Student concert to combine music, art, dark humor (11/06/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A Tuesday [Nov. 11] concert will display the distinct musical and artistic skills of a graduating senior in graphic design.
Harden new department head in engineering college (11/06/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
James C. Harden is assuming duties as head of Mississippi State's department of electrical and computer engineering.
Endowments honor Southeast Mississippians (11/05/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Separate scholarship endowments established at Mississippi State by the combined university alumni chapter for George and Greene counties are helping two Lucedale seniors complete their education.
Flight research lab becomes soaring landmark (11/04/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Glider pilots and builders from Starkville and across the country joined Mississippi State officials Nov. 1 to dedicate the university's Raspet Flight Research Laboratory as a National Landmark of Soaring.
James Miller receives major conservation award (11/04/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A regional professional organization is recognizing a Mississippi State faculty member's contributions and service to wildlife resource conservation.
Book signing for MSU anniversary book Saturday (11/03/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
As part of the general release of a new pictorial history of Mississippi State, university President Charles Lee will sign copies of the book prior to Saturday's [Nov. 8] campus football game with the University of Alabama.
MEDIA ADVISORY: Flight lab soaring landmark events (10/31/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
In ceremonies tomorrow [Nov. 1], Mississippi State's Raspet Flight Research Laboratory will be designated as a National Landmark of Soaring.
Student research presentation receives recognition (10/31/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A wildlife study of an endangered waterfowl species in her native Puerto Rico is earning a graduate student recognition from an international organization.
Alumnus bequeaths $2.3 million in stock (10/31/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
A 1941 graduate who carved out a longtime career with General Electric is bequeathing more than $2.3 million in company stock to his alma mater to provide scholarships for deserving engineering students.
Concert to feature composer, faculty artists (10/30/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A free Nov. 10 concert features a faculty composer and several members of the university's music education department.
Study analyzes economic impact of marine resources (10/28/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A new study confirms that commercial sport fishing is both good recreation and very good business--more than $35 million in good business, to be exact.
MSU to spotlight Iraqi Freedom sacrifice (10/28/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
During halftime activities of Mississippi State's Nov. 8 home football game, the university will honor American veterans, especially its university students and employees serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Child-care center reaches milestone (10/27/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
In a ceremony Wednesday, Oct. 29, Mississippi State will recognize a major accomplishment for the university's Aiken Village Preschool.
Research administrator to direct federal relations (10/27/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
A longtime Mississippi State administrator is being named to the new position of director of federal relations.
Study seeks lower STD rates among young offenders (10/27/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Sociologist Angela Robertson is a former mental health counselor who has seen firsthand the consequences of risk-taking behaviors among teenage offenders.
Hinds County student receives Guess honor (10/24/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
A Jackson junior is receiving a $1,000 scholarship honoring a veteran insurance executive from Pickens.
Software offers vision-impaired access to courses (10/24/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Voice-conferencing software is allowing university students with vision impairments to participate in online learning opportunities.
Holland to touch English department again (10/23/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
A volume of selected poems and prose by former Mississippi State department head Robert B. Holland now is on sale to benefit the university's English department he once led.
Research untangles pine forest (10/23/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Scientists in Mississippi State's Forest and Wildlife Research Center have found a new way to replicate certain features of pre-colonial forests and untangle the pine forests of today.
Percussion concert has glass bowls, zithers (10/22/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A Nov. 3 concert will feature the university's Percussion Ensemble performing with faculty, student and guest artists.
Miss Maroon and White selected (10/21/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Corinth senior Kariean A. Patterson is the first Miss Maroon and White.
Ergon-DTI recognizes engineering majors (10/21/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
A leading industrial and commercial computer corporation is awarding scholarships to four freshman engineering majors.
Sidney Wade to present Oct. 30 reading (10/20/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A Gainesville, Fla., writer whose four books of poems have received widespread attention will read Oct. 30.
Pictorial history provides many different views (10/20/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Alumni, employees, students, and friends of Mississippi State seeking a lasting gift for the holidays or any other special occasions may be interested in a new keepsake book about the university.
Pictorial history provides many different views (10/20/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Alumni, employees, students, and friends of Mississippi State seeking a lasting gift for the holidays or any other special occasions may be interested in a new keepsake book about the university.
Kiplinger's names MSU a 'best value' (10/17/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Kiplinger's magazine again is ranking Mississippi State among its best values in U.S. public universities and colleges.
MSU departments, center share in ExxonMobil grant (10/17/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
A special $38,500 grant from ExxonMobil will be channeled to seven departments and one center to meet a variety of educational needs.
Researchers may shed light on life origins (10/17/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
If size doesn't matter, a husband-and-wife research team's microscopic study of bacteria-like objects may shed new light on age-old questions about life on Earth and other planets.
New structure to streamline MSU outreach efforts (10/16/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Mississippi State is co-aligning the statewide MSU Extension Service with the university's Division of Continuing Education to help expand and better coordinate outreach efforts.
Bill Minor to highlight MSU Collins Speaker Series (10/16/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
The dean of Mississippi political journalists will speak Oct. 30 at Mississippi State.
Survey details future of state's physician pool (10/15/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
In a state now underserved by physicians, the future prospects look even bleaker, according to a policy paper released this week by Mississippi State.
Breast cancer and stress to be examined in seminar (10/15/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
An upcoming Mississippi State seminar will use computer modeling to illustrate how the live motion of breast cancer cells forms malignant tumors that can move toward other body sites, especially in patients exposed to continuous stress.
English prof is Humanities Teacher of the Year (10/14/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A specialist in modern fiction, especially that of the Caribbean, is Mississippi State's 2003 Humanities Teacher of the Year.
Infrastructure vulnerable to information warfare (10/13/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
One of America's leading experts on computer security says the nation's technology infrastructure is extremely vulnerable to information warfare launched through cyberspace.
Civil engineering students receive MDOT support (10/13/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Two civil engineering majors are the latest participants in a pilot education program that provides $10,000 awards to qualified students who agree to work as interns for the Mississippi Department of Transportation.
Raspet designated national soaring landmark (10/10/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Raspet Flight Research Laboratory will be designated as a National Landmark of Soaring Nov. 1 to recognize a half-century of motorless flight history and some of the gliding pioneers who made it possible.
Student selected for Mockbee/Hall/Drake honor (10/10/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Senior Brandon C. Gowen of Corinth is the first Mockbee, Hall and Drake Scholar in Architecture.
Viking donates grill for ASME Drill Field cookouts (10/10/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Future Drill Field cookouts by mechanical engineering majors will feature a new state-of-the-art grill provided by the Viking Range Corp.
SAE fraternity pulled from campus roll (10/09/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Having recently committed a serious violation of university rules while on two-year probation, Mississippi State's oldest social fraternity is losing its registration and will have to vacate its campus residence.
Rising N.Y. artist to perform piano classics (10/09/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Works by some of the world's music masters will highlight a guest artist concert Oct. 20.
Grads exceed national average on CPA exam (10/09/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Graduates of the School of Accountancy exceed the national pass rate on the professional certified public accountancy examination.
Homecoming Court selected (10/08/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Meredith L. Beaty, Homecoming Queen, and Maids.
Mr. and Miss MSU named (10/08/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Seniors Joshua O. ''Josh'' Blades of Sylacauga, Ala., and Katherine S. ''Kate'' McIntosh of Brandon are Mr. and Miss Mississippi State University for the 2003-04 school year.
Student wins capital campaign naming contest (10/08/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
A Meridian grandmother and doctoral student in counselor education is the winner of a university contest to find the best name for the pending major gifts campaign.
Faculty concert to feature eclectic repertoire (10/07/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Pianist Jackie Edwards-Henry will present an evening of music Oct. 19 with the help of several university faculty colleagues.
Faculty marking milestones in service (10/06/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Two major faculty bodies are marking significant milestones in service at the university.
Faculty member joins P.A. program review group (10/06/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
A political science professor is being appointed to a national commission that certifies university programs in public affairs and administration.
Student media center named for Henry Meyer (10/03/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
The office complex housing student publications now is a memorial to former university newspaper adviser Henry F. Meyer.
First female public safety commissioner to speak (10/03/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
The first woman to serve as commissioner of public safety for Mississippi will speak Oct. 15.
Fazio helps expand scope of architectural history (10/03/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A founding member of Mississippi State's architecture faculty is among a group of architectural historians who feel some of the world's great buildings are being overlooked by standard introductory textbooks.
Professor to edit leading national quality journal (10/01/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A professor soon will become editor of a professional journal that is among the most frequently cited sources in the fields of industrial engineering, management science and statistics.
Research helps analyze Southern forest fire risks (10/01/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A recently completed multi-state study will help forest managers better predict fire risks and patterns in the South.
Engineering majors recognized for achievement (09/30/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Ten seniors are being singled out for outstanding academic achievement within their respective departments of the university's Bagley College of Engineering.
Students seek engineering solutions for aging (09/30/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Growing old may not be for sissies, as the saying goes, but there's growing hope a new generation of geriatrics can achieve better quality of life by engineering their way through a maze of debilitating ailments linked to aging.
MEDIA ADVISORY: Defense official to address ELF (09/29/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
The deputy director of the U.S. Defense Department's new Office of Force Transportation speaks Thursday, Oct. 2, in Jackson.
MSU announces undergraduate writing contest (09/26/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Submissions are due by Dec. 4 for Mississippi State?s annual undergraduate writing competition.
Concert to combine sounds of piano, clarinet, sax (09/26/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Faculty and guest artists performing a variety of 19th and 20th century instrumental selections for piano, clarinet and saxophone will be featured during an Oct. 7 public recital at Mississippi State.
'Red Planet' exploration to get spotlight (09/25/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
A graduate now directing a major NASA facility will discuss the space agency's Mars Rover Mission during a Thursday [Oct. 2] public program at the university.
Computer science major wins Hilton Hotels award (09/24/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Nakimuli O. ''Kim'' Davis of Canton is the university's first recipient of the Hilton Hotels Corp. Information Technology Award.
Schedule for 2003 tax seminars released (09/24/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
To update small business owners and certified public accountants on current tax issues, Mississippi State University is offering its late-year series of Mississippi and Tennessee seminars.
'Circle of Sisterhood' invites conversation (09/23/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
''Circle of Sisterhood,'' a newly formed organization, is inviting participation by women of diverse backgrounds and experiences, say its founding members.
MDOT, MSU helping devise transportation plans (09/23/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Researchers are helping transportation officials in three states plan inland road, rail and waterway improvements to accommodate an anticipated U.S. trade boom with Latin America.
Engineering alum puts 'netcam' where his heart is (09/22/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
An alumnus wants the whole world to see the campus and its historic Drill Field from the vantage point of the engineering college where he spent so many memorable years, so he put a camera where his heart is.
Former Roadrunners, Orientation Leaders to reunite (09/22/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Alumni and current participants in two of Mississippi State's elite student teams will convene Saturday [Sept. 27] for a silver anniversary reunion event.
Fall 'Discovery' weekend announced for Oct. 11 (09/22/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Mississippi State's fall weekend program for prospective students from regional high schools and community colleges will be held Oct. 11 in conjunction with the university's 2003 homecoming celebration.
MSU speaker series to honor 'Sonny' Montgomery (09/19/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A Thursday [Sept. 25] public program will honor a university alumnus who became one of the state's senior congressmen and the nation's leading advocate for military veterans.
Jackson architecture facility to be dedicated (09/19/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A Friday [Sept. 26] dedication and lecture will officially open a new Jackson home for Mississippi State's fifth-year program in the College of Architecture.
Fiction reading first in Visiting Writers Series (09/19/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Mississippi fiction writer David Galef will read from his works during an Oct. 2 public program.
Research effort seeks long life for new houses (09/18/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Ensuring that newly constructed homes have a chance to survive to a ripe old age is the goal of a recently established collaboration at Mississippi State.
Mississippi journalists to help honor Henry Meyer (09/17/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
At an Oct. 3 public ceremony, Mississippi State officially renames its Student Media Center as a memorial to former university journalism instructor Henry F. Meyer of Starkville.
Agriculture degree offered by distance education (09/16/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Mississippi State is offering a program for students to complete an advanced academic degree in agricultural and extension education through distance learning.
Scholars Recognition Day set for Oct. 4 (09/15/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Mississippi State will recognize the Southeast's top high school seniors during an all-day program Oct. 4.
Course examines music pirating, cyberspace ethics (09/12/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Students facing such digital-age dilemmas as whether to download pirated music and movies to their personal computers are hashing some of those ethical and legal questions in a course offered at MSU.
Theater production launches school-year season (09/12/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
The 2003-04 theater season of Mississippi State's communication department begins Thursday and Friday [Sept. 18 and 19] with a homegrown improvisational production.
Research office fills key positions (09/11/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Longtime employees Patti S. Abraham and Lynda G. Tuck are filling key directorships administered by the university's Office of Research.
'Bulldog Bash' anticipates large turnout (09/11/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Now in its fourth year, ''Bulldog Bash'' on Sept. 26 is expected to include an enthusiastic mix of university students, employees, alumni, and friends, along with visitors from throughout the state and region.
William Raney Scholarship announced at MSU (09/10/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
An endowed scholarship for undergraduate agronomy majors is being created in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Dedication set for renovated student health center (09/10/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A Sept. 25 grand opening will formally introduce Mississippi State University's recently renovated health center to the campus and surrounding communities.
Human genome researchers launch lecture series (09/09/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Two American scientists who are considered pioneers in mapping the human genome Monday deflated a common perception that an individual's genetic make-up predetermines the outcome of that person's life.
Area Scottish Rite provides scholarship support (09/09/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A donation from the Lowndes County Scottish Rite Association is supporting two graduate scholarships at Mississippi State.
Percussion recital launching Lyceum faculty series (09/08/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A Sept. 21 percussion recital will be the first in a series of faculty recitals presented during the school year.
MSU helping meet demand for software engineers (09/05/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Computer software engineering jobs are expected to nearly double during the first decade of the 21st century and Mississippi State's nationally accredited program in the field already is filling the employment demand.
Online resource for libraries has SFX appeal (09/05/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
MSU and four other state universities are subscribing to a new library service--one with SFX appeal--that links all of their online resources and makes it easier for patrons at each school to find information.
Engineering student wins national scholarship (09/05/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
A chemical engineering student is among 15 winners of a national honor recognizing both academic achievement and involvement in profession-related student activities.
MSU enrollment tops 16,200 (09/04/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Mississippi State welcomed more than 3,900 new students this fall as part of a total enrollment of 16,236.
Graphic designs chosen for national publications (09/04/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
The works of two senior graphic design majors, along with that of a recent graduate, are being recognized in national design publications.
MEDIA ADVISORY: Lee investiture details (09/04/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
J. Charles Lee will be invested tomorrow (Sept. 5) as the 17th president of Mississippi State University.
Military history unearthed on campus (09/03/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Construction workers exposed a bit of post-World War I military history on campus this summer when they dug up an old communication cable once used by ROTC cadets in simulated artillery drills.
Mid-South Forest Equipment Show set Sept. 12, 13 (09/03/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Machines and technology that keep the South's forest industry booming will be on display next week at the 2003 Mid-South Forest Equipment Show near Starkville.
Researchers 'gasifying' agricultural waste (09/02/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
If a couple of professors appear excited about having gas, it's because they're producing it with some extraordinary new equipment that turns wood chips and agricultural waste into energy.
Genome researchers present lectures (08/29/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Two American scientists recognized as pioneers in mapping the human genome will launch Mississippi State's Distinguished Lecture Series.
Performance to feature 'Wizard of Tuskegee' (08/28/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
The life of pioneer educator and agricultural researcher George Washington Carver will be highlighted Wednesday [Sept. 3] in a public performance.
Student forestry group tops among peers (08/28/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Mississippi State's student chapter of the Society of American Foresters continues among the top organizations of its kind in the nation.
Wiggers Scholarship announced at MSU (08/27/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
A scholarship being established at Mississippi State University is honoring longtime Columbus insurance executive Richard G. Dick Wiggers.
Guide addresses issues of school counseling (08/26/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
From campus violence to substance abuse to suicidal students, school counselors today face issues that are challenging, significant and potentially deadly.
Engineering students present research in France (08/25/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Two graduate students in electrical and computer engineering were among nine finalists selected to make oral presentations this summer during an international paper competition.
Ambassador to discuss U.S.-Portugal ties (08/22/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
The United States' top diplomat in Portugal visits Jackson on Thursday [Aug. 28] to address an assembly of state and community leaders.
Business college to benefit from 'private' gift (08/22/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
A $10 million gift from an anonymous donor will make possible a new 45,000-square-foot building adjoining McCool Hall.
Doctoral students receive major fellowships (08/21/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Two doctoral students at Mississippi State are receiving major university fellowships from the Atlanta-based Southern Regional Education Board.
Students among Top 10 in floral design challenge (08/20/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Two Mississippi State students are among winners in recent competition at a national gathering of leading floristry professionals.
MSU ranks high in African-American degrees (08/18/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Mississippi State ranks among the top 100 colleges and universities in the nation in awarding both master's degrees and doctoral degrees to African-Americans.
Students invited to 'involvement fair' (08/15/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
To introduce new and returning Mississippi State students to resources available in the community, the university's Division of Student Affairs is sponsoring a Student Involvement Fair.
Formal confirmation of President Lee planned (08/13/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
In a Sept. 5 public investiture ceremony, J. Charles Lee will be formally ratified as Mississippi State's 17th president.
Rural, poor at disadvantage in grocery access (08/13/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
For many people seeking healthy food choices, it's a desert out there.
'ServSafe' certification course offered (08/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Aug. 18 is the registration deadline for a special course at Mississippi State in ''best safety practices'' for employees of food service and related commercial establishments.
Olivieri, Godwin named to television posts (08/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Two veteran staff members at Mississippi State's on-campus television facility are assuming permanent positions as directors.
MSU library honored for Web innovation (08/11/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
An electronic service allowing library users to customize frequently used resources is earning national recognition for Mississippi State University.
Calhoun City grad receives first Pilgreen honor (08/08/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Incoming freshman Jonathan P. Jones of Calhoun City is the first A.C. Pilgreen Scholar at Mississippi State University.
Bowen-Patterson access street to be closed (08/08/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Renovation of 74-year-old Bowen Hall is requiring the temporary closure of the driveway between Bowen and the Band Hall and Patterson Engineering Laboratory at Mississippi State.
Agreement sets bobwhite conservation project (08/07/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A new agreement is establishing a major regional bobwhite quail conservation initiative to be directed by Mississippi State University with oversight by the USDA's Wildlife Habitat Management Institute.
MSU contract, grant support exceeds $140 million (08/06/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Major research and education projects at Mississippi State brought $143 million in externally funded contracts and grants to the university in FY 2002-03.
Environmental Conference to be Held in Biloxi (08/04/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
An annual meeting highlighting environmental concerns, federal regulations and potential public improvements throughout a 15-state Southeastern region will be held next month in Biloxi.
Continuing education announces new personnel (08/01/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Clayborne Taylor is returning to service as interim dean of continuing education at Mississippi State.
Institute of Industrial Engineers elects officers (07/30/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Future engineers recently elected to lead the Mississippi State chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers for the 2003 fall semester.
Student is first place in wood science competition (07/29/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
The research report of a Mississippi State doctoral student in forest resources is being praised by an international body.
MSU announces personnel moves at Forest Resources (07/28/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Two administrators in Mississippi State's College of Forest Resources and the Forest and Wildlife Research Center are assuming new duties for the next year.
Donors contribute $40m+ to MSU for fourth year (07/28/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Mississippi State continues to attract more than $40 million annually in private gifts and future pledges.
Research seeks to improve safety of aging aircraft (07/28/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
You don't have to be an engineer to know about fatigue and cracking under stress, but in the case of James C. Newman Jr., it helps.
MSU schedules activities to greet fall students (07/25/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Mississippi State officials today announced a series of special entertainment and other programs during August to welcome new freshmen and transfer students.
Teachers, students dip their toes in research (07/25/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
During a two-week program at Mississippi State, approximately 15 middle school teachers and students have been 'up to their ankles' in water as they studied ecology and other geosciences topics.
Educational degrees offered via distance learning (07/24/2003) Writer: Aga Haupt
A partnership among Mississippi State and three community colleges is providing an opportunity for aspiring teachers to complete a university degree by combining weekend and online classes.
MSU honored for fund-raising successes (07/23/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
At the mid-point of its 125th anniversary, Mississippi State University is being recognized for achievements in fund raising by an international education support organization.
Study examines impact of chemotherapy on females (07/22/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
A new Mississippi State research program is seeking to provide a better understanding of how chemotherapy affects everyday activities of women.
Author, former Starkville resident, speaks Wed. (07/22/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Annetta P. Lee returns to Oktibbeha County this week to discuss the books she has written over the past several years.
Hardwick joining staff of MSU government institute (07/21/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
A retiring vice president at Mississippi Valley Gas Co. in Jackson is a new program coordinator at Mississippi State's John C. Stennis Institute of Government.
MSU announces major dates for 2003 fall semester (07/21/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Classes for the fall semester at Mississippi State University begin Wednesday, Aug. 20.
MEDIA ADVISORY: Bower Seminar spotlights obesity (07/18/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
On Thursday, July 24, Dr. William H. Dietz of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control will provide a detailed measure of Mississippi's overweight population.
Hancock County couple endows physics scholarship (07/18/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Larry and Judy Grillot of Diamondhead are establishing a scholarship endowment for physics majors in the College of Arts and Sciences at Mississippi State University.
Rabideau named Mississippi State provost (07/17/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
The dean of Iowa State University's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is being named to the second-ranking position at Mississippi State University.
Engineers provide technological spark for military (07/17/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Mississippi State research engineers are using their expertise in power electronics to provide some technological spark for America's war-fighting capabilities on land and at sea.
MSU creating new computer security experts (07/16/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Mississippi State's emergence as a leader in the field of computer security research promises to strengthen national defense and improve law enforcement while creating a new generation of experts skilled in the methods of detecting, dissecting and de
White named an endowed chairholder (07/15/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Thomas D. White is the first holder of the Construction and Materials Chair in Civil Engineering at Mississippi State.
MSU professor co-authors 'bass handling' handbook (07/14/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
A Mississippi State professor is the co-author of a detailed new guidebook for fishing tournament organizers and the anglers who compete in the wildly successful aquatic challenges.
Biologist's research may help fight cancer, aging (07/11/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
A Mississippi State biologist hopes his scientific study of how damaged human cells repair themselves may one day lead to improved treatments in the fight against cancer.
New technology could streamline oil production (07/10/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
TV Center, WMSV awarded for broadcast excellence (07/10/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Bonfanti to head international services office (07/09/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU team earns national title in SHRM competition (07/08/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Delta businessman supports architecture center (07/07/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Broyles receives Wall Street Journal award at MSU (07/07/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Molen named distinguished engineering professor (07/03/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Community college leader program marks decade (07/03/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Engineering students study in England (07/03/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Two 'fellows' bound for Capitol Hill internships (07/02/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
MSU Pathfinder program honored for student support (07/02/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Aspiring critic earns Eugene O'Neill scholarship (07/01/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Students honored by MSU architecture college (06/26/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Christian beliefs/ethics studied in the work place (06/24/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Early childhood education effort under way at MSU (06/24/2003) Writer: Aga Haupt
MSU ranked 61 in African-American bachelor degrees (06/23/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Two studies focus on urban forestry issues (06/23/2003) Writer: Aga Haupt
Boyle working as intern on national genome project (06/20/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Knudson receives grant to continue math challenge (06/19/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Honor society taps local students at MSU (06/18/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
St. Andrew grad at MSU honored for photography (06/18/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Kinesiology program focuses on exercise science (06/17/2003) Writer: Aga Haupt
Students learn skills in math research program (06/13/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Boot camp for teachers takes skills into classroom (06/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Jarratts establish new endowment at MSU (06/12/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Training at MSU to focus on Constitution, BOR (06/11/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU deer pens to be dedicated to former employee (06/10/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Life Sciences & Biotechnology Institute open house (06/10/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Education program teaches problem-based learning (06/09/2003) Writer: Aga Haupt
Prisock receives honor for work with disabled (06/06/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
New online course offers introduction to music (06/05/2003) Writer: Aga Haupt
Hansen working on 'brain' for NASA planetary rover (06/05/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
MSU opens SARS electronic resource guide (06/04/2003) Writer: Aga Haupt
Fisher honored for small business contributions (06/03/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Workshops to cover 'how-tos' of floral design (06/02/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Genealogical resources highlighted in workshop (05/30/2003) Writer: Aga Haupt
'Jabber Jaw' campers to gather next week (05/29/2003) Writer: Aga Haupt
Twelve youth ages 9-19 will cruise their way to some new communication skills during a special June 1-6 Mississippi State program.
Local students in leading honor society at MSU (05/29/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU names Stennis, Barbour scholars (05/29/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Computer forensics course takes aim @ 'cybercrime' (05/28/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Researcher outlines 'lean' system for furniture (05/27/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Engineering college honors five faculty members (05/22/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
MSU continues study of fee-based hunting (05/22/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Scholarship awarded in memory of 9/11 alumnus (05/22/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU Piano Showcase to offer instruction, concerts (05/20/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Professor tapped for national advising award (05/19/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU students star at STAR challenge in Alabama (05/16/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Summer camps to be found by surfing the Web (05/15/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Scientists join efforts to preserve Taj Mahal (05/15/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Engineering student wins prestigious scholarship (05/14/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Researchers help protect Navy ships against fires (05/14/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
New MSU Alumni leaders recently elected (05/14/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Independent films of art students to air locally (05/13/2003) Writer: Daniel Morgan
MSU sharing United Nations data with librarians (05/13/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Gearhiser honored for contributions to Radio Club (05/13/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Web site earns kudos for Forest Resources (05/13/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Writing-Thinking Institute honored by governor (05/13/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Monument to honor 9/11 victim, Army ROTC alums (05/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Forest products scientists produce reference book (05/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Historic speaker holds 'torch' for graduates (05/10/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU students design, build, fly a winner (05/09/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU research may turn chicken litter into jobs (05/08/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Top Japanese diplomat visits Mississippi State (05/08/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Report by MSU doctoral student gains listing (05/08/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
New student orientation sessions announced at MSU (05/07/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Students foresee edible twine, interactive decoys (05/07/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Business students escape 'Jeopardy' with major win (05/05/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Pi Omega Pi honor society among top three in U.S. (05/01/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Federal official to help open unique MSU facility (05/01/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Student Association officers selected for 2003-04 (04/30/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU accepting aid for student fire victims (04/30/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Silent auction to raise funds for MSU child center (04/30/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU again advances in national research rankings (04/30/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Students net trophy in TVA investment challenge (04/29/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Scientific research society chapter presents award (04/29/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
New freshmen: Application deadline is May 1 (04/28/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Accountancy consortium examines corporate issues (04/28/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU expertise added to Columbia investigation (04/28/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Student receiving inaugural Merritt Scholarship (04/28/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Patterson named Seal business lecturer at MSU (04/25/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Engineering major at MSU wins NSF fellowship (04/25/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Student-built robot rolls over Southeastern match (04/25/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Engineering professors named to endowed positions (04/24/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Former Rankin extension agent honored (04/24/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU asking campus for campaign 'theme' ideas (04/23/2003) Writer: Kay Jones
Engineering design project scores in contest (04/23/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Honors program recognizes students, faculty (04/22/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Researchers developing plan to combat terrorism (04/21/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Student wins scholastic honor for graduate study (04/17/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Holmes, Cliett to be honored with grads at MSU (04/16/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Students present scientific reports at meeting (04/16/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU welcomes new sorority to campus (04/16/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Levin honored with distinguished service award (04/15/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
'Early Career' award to boost rural crime research (04/14/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Poetry, music event to raise money for periodical (04/14/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Dong wins MSU Engineering Senior Award (04/10/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
Grant enables teachers to hone history skills (04/10/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU offers new summer online courses (04/09/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Prosecutor to open water resources meeting (04/09/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
'Arts in Artesia' gets Japanese art lessons (04/09/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Seniors receiving Presidential, Schillig awards (04/08/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Poverty on the Row to raise awareness for Habitat (04/08/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU to formally dedicate Hunter Henry Center (04/07/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Tippah student to study Navy personnel issues (04/07/2003) Writer: Abby Barber
Shackouls to deliver 2003 Hunter Henry Lecture (04/04/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
MSU welcomes SACS reaffirmation committee (04/04/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Hannah awarded Schillig Counselor of the Year (04/04/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Levitating frogs shed light on physics principles (04/03/2003) Writer: Phil Hearn
N.Y. comedy, one-act plays scheduled at MSU (04/03/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Alumni association inaugurates class ring ceremony (04/03/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Forest industry executive to present Owen Lecture (04/02/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU programs featuring music jam, 'Titans' coaches (04/02/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Psychology students capture major prize (04/01/2003) Writer: Abby Barber
MSU announces dates for psychology research forum (04/01/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
'Mother Goose,' campus administrators to read (03/31/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Poet, prize-winner Fennelly to read at MSU (03/31/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU students named Barry M. Goldwater Scholars (03/31/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Phillips selected for Harry S. Truman Scholarship (03/28/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Engineering college names outstanding alums (03/26/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU launches economic education training program (03/26/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Aquaculture society recognizes MSU professor (03/26/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Student wildlife research receives top honor (03/25/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU senior expands engineering study in Hong Kong (03/24/2003) Writer: Abby Barber
Welling to lead discussion of alfa-informatica (03/21/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Exhibit documents Southwestern architectural sites (03/21/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MEDIA ADVISORY: Advocacy spending examined (03/21/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Insurance Day to examine tort reform issues (03/21/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Iraq-related experts at Mississippi State (03/20/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU adopts fall break for students on trial basis (03/20/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Student Association announces 'Celebrate Miss.' (03/20/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
'Gap Creek' author to visit, read at MSU (03/19/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Researchers seek to restore disappearing walleye (03/19/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU, MDOT announce pilot education support effort (03/18/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Alsup receiving 2003 Pre-Law Award (03/13/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Art students mark latest achievements (03/13/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU receives NCAA preliminary inquiry (03/12/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Jones-Cook to head MSU Holmes Center (03/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU 'political junkies' heading to Washington (03/11/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Brazilian music to highlight four-day MSU festival (03/10/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Student wins first prize for jury verdict study (03/10/2003) Writer: Abby Barber
New equation predicts weight estimates for timber (03/07/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Festival to provide a 'fun' look at math (03/07/2003) Writer: Abby Barber
MSU conference addresses women leadership issues (03/06/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
HEADWAE Faculty and Student Member of the Year (03/05/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Local student(s) in Mississippi State Who's Who (03/05/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Study offers view of past decade church burnings (03/04/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Former governor Winter latest Collins lecturer (03/03/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Manuals explore land & water stewardship concepts (03/03/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Four presidents celebrate MSU's 125th anniversary (02/28/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Mississippi State University turns 125 years (02/27/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Myers named associate arts & sciences dean (02/26/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Students honored at regional graphic design event (02/26/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Nelson Seminar to highlight works of MSU faculty (02/25/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Band centennial results in regional alumni honor (02/24/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
French U.N. adviser to speak at MSU next week (02/21/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Historian helping plan national tributes (02/20/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Engineering students bring home honors (02/19/2003) Writer: Abby Barber
MSU licenses thermal imaging technology (02/18/2003) Writer: Abby Barber
MSU Foundation announces new board members (02/18/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU forum to focus on views of affirmative action (02/14/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Ward receives Outstanding Young Alumna Award (02/14/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Alumni Distinguished Service Awards presented (02/14/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Biological warfare/bioterrorism subject of program (02/14/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Middle Eastern diplomat to visit capital (02/13/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Biblical scholar to lecture on archaeological work (02/12/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Alumnus/Alumna of the Year honored at MSU (02/11/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU offers enrichment classes this spring (02/11/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
New MSU 'LA' facility promotes sustainable design (02/10/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Top aide to Rep. Taylor speaks at Lecture Series (02/10/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Missouri senior receives Cole Scholarship (02/10/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Landmark drama, original producer to be featured (02/07/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
'Jabberwock Review' invites cover art submissions (02/07/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Physics theory boosts computer roles (02/06/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
New book explores charitable choice (02/05/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
'Variety': Best word to describe free concert (02/04/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Spring MSU 'Discovery' set for freshmen, transfers (02/03/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU offers training for improving workplace (01/31/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Carpenter named MSU's national alumnus of the year (01/31/2003) Writer: Kay Jones
Flute-piano concert to feature classic works (01/30/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Program examines concepts of jury selection (01/30/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Leightley to head department of forest products (01/29/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU Laundry closing to end financial drain (01/28/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Valentine arrangements are easy to make (01/28/2003) Writer: Abby Barber
TVA chairman to speak at Collins Lecture Series (01/24/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
MSU announces writing contest winners (01/24/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Post-Beatles rock era to roll at MSU program (01/23/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Philosophy lecturer to discuss 'enemies of life' (01/22/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Hazardous materials training follows DEQ visit (01/21/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Web site offers 'worlds of the mind' journey (01/21/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
New materials offer promise for low-income housing (01/21/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Lee named Mississippi State's 17th president (01/17/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Golden Triangle images highlight MSU exhibit (01/17/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
European educators to get Miss. civics lesson (01/16/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
King holiday breakfast set at MSU (01/15/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Severe storms symposium to include public session (01/14/2003) Writer: Abby Barber
Students, professionals to headline MSU jazz fest (01/14/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid
MSU among Kiplinger's 100 best bargains (01/10/2003) Writer: Joe Farris
Wireless access now available at residence halls (01/08/2003) Writer: Maridith Geuder
Physician brings skills, history to health center (01/07/2003) Writer: Sammy McDavid