Announcements

  • Healthy U: 'Clear the Air MSU for a Smoke-Free Campus' session Sept. 30
    As part of the “Healthy U” series, Mississippi State's Staff Council, in partnership with Health Promotion and Wellness and ActiveHealth, invites you to attend the workshop, “Clear the Air MSU for a Smoke-Free Campus” on Sept. 30 from noon-1 p.m. in the Hunter Henry Center's Parker Ballroom. This session will focus on the new smoke-free policy, cessation programs offered through the university, and discuss strategies to quit smoking and identify tips to help keep you on track with your tobacco free goals.
    September 21, 2016
  • Office of Study Abroad holding weekly interest sessions for MSU students
    Studying abroad gives Mississippi State students an invaluable opportunity to expand one's horizons and gain a new perspective on the world while being immersed in an exciting new culture. Weekly study abroad interest sessions will be held for students at MSU every Monday at 11 a.m. in Allen Hall, Room 611 and every Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Allen Hall, Room 611 this semester.
    September 2, 2016
  • SEC university libraries commit to enhanced resource sharing
    To support scholarly research efforts within the Southeastern Conference, library deans from all SEC member universities have committed to sharing in new ways their respective institutional collections with other conference schools, effective immediately.
    August 30, 2016
  • Mississippi State's Snyder discusses King Arthur legend, reality with National Geographic
    While some scholars are firm in their belief that King Arthur is merely a literary invention, others are more circumspect. "We don't have evidence to prove his historicity, but we certainly don't have evidence to prove he's manufactured, that he's a completely fictional character," says Christopher Snyder, dean and professor of history at Mississippi State University and author of The World of King Arthur.
    August 25, 2016
  • MBJ: Imaging institute at Mississippi State has variety of uses for its tools in business and research
    Zack Rowland, who recently became director of the Institute for Imaging & Analytical Technologies (I2AT) at Mississippi State University, has long had a serious interest in photography and electrical engineering.
    August 19, 2016
  • Managing Student Behavior workshop sessions set
    A professional workshop on "Best Practices for Managing Student Behavior - In & Beyond the Classroom" will be held so new and veteran faculty a
    August 17, 2016
  • Montgomery Leadership Program accepting applications for 2017 class
    The Montgomery Leadership Program (MLP) at Mississippi State is accepting applications, including references, until Sept. 20 for the next class of student leaders beginning in spring 2017. MLP Fellows undergo a three-semester study of leadership skills and strategies while actively engaging in their community through service.
    August 3, 2016
  • Registration for Bully Bike program underway
    Registration for Mississippi State's Bully Bike program is currently underway in the MSU Parking Services office in the Roberts Building. One hundred and seventy-five bicycles are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
    August 3, 2016
  • MDOT to install flashing yellow arrow signal at Highway 12-Russell St. intersection
    The Mississippi Department of Transportation will implement a new traffic signal to provide a safer and more efficient left-turn for motorists in Oktibbeha County. The new flashing yellow arrow left-turn signals will begin replacing the circular green signal for permitted left turns at selected intersections. Motorists can expect to see the FYA signal in Starkville on Highway 12 at its intersection with Russell St. as part of an intersection improvement project.
    July 21, 2016
  • MSU Riley Center celebrating 10th anniversary with new fall/winter series
    The MSU Riley Center celebrates its 10th anniversary by announcing a Fall/Winter Performing Arts Series full of the kind of wide-ranging, top-quality entertainment that has made it a cultural icon and a powerful tool for economic development.
    July 15, 2016

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