News Article Archive
2015 Press Releases:
Georgia educator to discuss 'From DuBois to Newton' (01/27/2015) Writer: Sasha Steinberg
Mississippi State's philosophy and religion department and the university's African American Studies program are announcing the first guest for a spring semester speaker series.
Romney event venue has reached capacity (01/26/2015) Writer: Harriet Laird
Mississippi State welcomes former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney on Wednesday as featured speaker for the university's Global Lecture Series.
MSU band staff welcome high school musicians to clinic (01/26/2015) Writer: Sasha Steinberg
More than 200 high school musicians from throughout the region will participate Thursday-Saturday [Jan. 29-31] in Mississippi State's 63rd annual University Honor Band Clinic.
February rural design workshop to be held in Houston (01/23/2015) Writer: Christie McNeal
Four widely recognized resource experts from around the country will be in Chickasaw County next month for a Citizen's Institute for Rural Design workshop sponsored by Mississippi State's Carl Small Town Center.
'Family weekend' to introduce students' families to MSU (01/23/2015) Writer: Leah Barbour
Families of current Mississippi State University students are invited to campus to learn more about the "true maroon" experience and the Bulldog family.
New MSU exhibit features figure-focused portraits (01/23/2015) Writer: Sasha Steinberg
Works of a Starkville painter are on display through Feb. 27 at Mississippi State's Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery.
MSU holding career workshop for engineers in academe (01/23/2015) Writer: Leah Barbour
The National Science Foundation is funding a free engineering career workshop next week at Mississippi State.
Chinese delegation coming to Tupelo furniture market (01/23/2015) Writer: Karen Brasher
Mississippi furniture manufacturers will have an opportunity to meet with retailers and representatives of furniture associations from China at the Tupelo Furniture Spring 2015 Market according to coordinators at Mississippi State's Franklin Furniture Institute.
Moroccan diplomat meets with MSU, state officials (01/22/2015) Writer: Jim Laird
A visit to Mississippi by Morocco's top diplomat to the United States continued on Wednesday [Jan. 21].
Purchasing professionals earn CPPO certification (01/22/2015) Writer: Allison Matthews
Two Mississippi State University purchasing managers in the Office of Procurement and Contracts recently earned the Certified Public Purchasing Officer designation.
Biological sciences grad student receives STAR grant (01/22/2015) Writer: Victoria Russell
A Mississippi State biological sciences doctoral student is among 105 around the nation sharing an $8.6 million Science to Achieve Results fellowship.
Banks, Edwards-Henry to present weekend recital (01/22/2015) Writer: Sasha Steinberg
Two Mississippi State music department faculty members will perform together for the first time Saturday [Jan. 24] at Starkville's St. Joseph Catholic Church on University Drive.
Critics hailing soon-to-be-released Kardos novel (01/22/2015) Writer: Leah Barbour
Though it won't be formally released until early February, a critically acclaimed novel by a faculty member of Mississippi State University's English department is available in local book outlets.
Moroccan ambassador speaks at MSU (01/21/2015) Writer: Leah Barbour
Morocco, the first nation to recognize the sovereignty of the United States in 1777, is beginning a new U.S. partnership with Mississippi State University.
Keenum represents SEC for College Football Playoffs (01/20/2015) Writer: Sid Salter
Mississippi State University President Mark E. Keenum has been appointed to the College Football Playoff's (CFP) Board of Managers.
Collaborative research grants back for fifth year (01/20/2015) Writer: Jim Laird
The Office of Research and Economic Development at Mississippi State again is investing in innovative mini-grants for faculty at the land-grant institution.
Bynum issues challenge at MSU MLK Jr. Unity Breakfast (01/19/2015) Writer: Sid Salter
The president of Mississippi Valley State University challenged members of the Mississippi State and Starkville community to choose wisely between "chaos and community" in their daily lives and actions.
Black Violin to begin 2015 MSU Lyceum Series Jan. 26 (01/16/2015) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Mississippi State's spring-semester Lyceum Series begins Jan. 26 with a hip hop duo of classically trained string musicians who met while playing in their Florida high school orchestra.
MSU architecture majors go 'Ivywild' with recycling (01/16/2015) Writer: Christie McNeal
Mississippi State architecture graduate Jim Fennell and former architecture major Keith Findley may be credited with helping their alma mater bring a recycle-reuse process called "functional symbiosis" to Mississippi.
Verizon supporting expansion of telehealth education (01/15/2015) Writer: Addie Mayfield
A $15,000 gift from the Verizon Foundation will fund a yearlong project to expand telehealth education in the Magnolia State.
Architecture students honored with service awards (01/15/2015) Writer: Christie McNeal
For their outstanding service and dedication, two students in Mississippi State University's School of Architecture were recently recognized by the Grand Council of Alpha Rho Chi (APX).
MSU student photo selected for New York exhibition (01/14/2015) Writer: Sasha Steinberg
An intriguing image created by a senior Mississippi State art major is among those that will be on display Feb. 4-28 at the SohoPhoto Gallery in New York City.
MVSU leader speaks Monday at MLK Jr. Day Breakfast (01/14/2015) Writer: Sasha Steinberg
The president of Mississippi Valley State University will be keynote speaker Monday [Jan. 19] for Mississippi State's 21st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity Breakfast.
Physics and astronomy department hosts Lovejoy viewing (01/13/2015) Writer: Leah Barbour
Comet Lovejoy should be glowing at fourth magnitude when Mississippi State's E.I. Howell Observatory opens Friday [Jan. 16] for public viewing.
Website gives clearinghouse for MSU undergrad research (01/13/2015) Writer: Allison Matthews
A new web portal that is part of Mississippi State University's website is showcasing undergraduate research opportunities and encouraging students to delve into the endless possibilities of academic research and creative discovery.
MSU, district announce Partnership School plans (01/12/2015) Writer: Sammy McDavid
Officials of Mississippi State and the new Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District are taking the first joint steps toward the construction of a new school building for sixth- and seventh grade students.
National diversity publication honors Stevenson (01/12/2015) Writer: Harriet Laird
A Mississippi State administrator is being recognized by a national publication for past and continuing contributions to higher education diversity.
MSU Black Voices to compete in U.S. gospel choir event (01/09/2015) Writer: Sasha Steinberg
Mississippi State's 50-member Black Voices Gospel Choir will be among participants March 7 in the first National College Choir Explosion.
Jackson architect, alumna being honored by alma mater (01/09/2015) Writer: Christie McNeal
Anne Marie Decker is Mississippi State's School of Architecture 2015 Eminent Architect of Practice.
Carnegie recognizes MSU for community engagement (01/09/2015) Writer: Allison Matthews
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching this week congratulated more than 350 colleges and universities for their engagement with local communities.
Starkville-MSU Community Band seeks musicians (01/08/2015) Writer: Sasha Steinberg
Mississippi State's band staff again is inviting university students and employees, as well as Golden Triangle residents with previous band experience, to participate in the Starkville-MSU Community Band.
MSU to hold integrated practice symposium (01/08/2015) Writer: Leah Barbour
Mississippi State University will host the Integrated Project Delivery Theater to showcase the effectiveness of teaching integrated practice to architecture and construction students.
MSU again ranks highly in U.S. News & World Report (01/07/2015) Writer: Allison Matthews
Mississippi State University is listed in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report rankings of the nation's online programs, getting especially high marks for online graduate programs in computer information technology, business administration and engineering.
University community reminded of traffic changes (01/07/2015) Writer: Sasha Steinberg
As the volume of campus traffic increases dramatically with the Monday [Jan. 12] start of spring semester classes, Mississippi State officials are reminding members of the university and local communities to exercise caution and follow all parking and traffic rules.
Tishomingo alumna memorializes sister with scholarship (01/07/2015) Writer: Addie Vaughn
Mary Ann Long of Tishomingo is remembering her sister through the establishment of the Louise Long Lishman Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Mississippi State's College of Education.
MDOT to help prepare community for winter weather (01/06/2015) Writer: Leah Barbour
The Mississippi Department of Transportation will bring its Winter Weather College Tour to Mississippi State University Jan. 16.