Announcements

  • CALS announces new international studies in agriculture minor
    The international studies in agriculture minor within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is being offered to allow Mississippi State students to enhance their knowledge of an interdependent global food system, the impacts of international agricultural technologies and systems, and the various agricultural educational systems around the world as well as develop skills needed in a global economy.
    March 10, 2016
  • MSU Riley Center individual show tickets on sale Monday
    MSU Riley Center tickets for individual shows go on sale Monday [Feb. 22], and there is something for everyone. A farewell to an icon, a hello to some energetic newcomers and lots of heartwarming rock ’n’ roll memories will highlight the 2016 spring/summer series. The center’s restored Victorian theater will also host the world’s best dancers, one of the most powerful voices in country music, and the returns of both an intimate songwriters showcase and a beloved children’s character.
    February 17, 2016
  • Effective working relationships in the lab focus of Thursday seminar
    Join the Office of Research and Economic Development at Mississippi State for an Establishing Effective Working Relationships between Faculty and Students in the Laboratory seminar on Thursday [Feb. 18] from 3-4:30 p.m. in the theater at Bost Extension Center. The presentation will help both faculty and students understand their roles, responsibilities and expectations to achieve optimal research progress and student training. Faculty are encouraged to attend and to invite their students.
    February 15, 2016
  • Center for Continuing Education offering variety of enrichment classes
    Spring is the perfect time to try something new with the Center for Continuing Education's spring personal enrichment classes at Mississippi State. Classes being offered this spring include Advanced Sign Language, Baskets and Buckets: Spring Floral Arranging, Be My Valentine — Guy Style, Beginner Quilting, Keep it Simple: An Introduction to Investing, Home Brewing and Beer Appreciation, Introduction to Sign Language, Paint Your Own Piece: Furniture Refurnishing, Personal Safety & Defense, and Wine Appreciation.
    February 4, 2016
  • Tuck launches 'PRO Chats' professional development series at MSU
    Mississippi State Vice President for Campus Services Amy Tuck helped launch a new professional development series sponsored by the university’s Human Resources Management office Wednesday [Jan. 27]. “PRO Chats” is a new HR series designed to provide faculty and professional staff at MSU with insightful and practical information for improving their professional and personal lives. Future “PRO Chat” topics will include managing conflict, building meaningful relationships, stress management and healthy lifestyle, keys to success, leadership and motivation, setting and achieving goals, building strong teams, project management, creativity and innovation, and next level communication.
    January 29, 2016
  • MSU Riley Center announces spring/summer series
    A farewell to an icon, a hello to some energetic newcomers and lots of heartwarming rock ’n’ roll memories will highlight the 2016 spring/summer series at the MSU Riley Center in historic downtown Meridian. The MSU Riley Center’s restored Victorian theater will also host the world’s best dancers, one of the most powerful voices in country music, and the returns of both an intimate songwriters showcase and a beloved children’s character. The series begins on March 10.
    January 22, 2016
  • Faculty and staff: MSU summer camps page ready for updates and additions
    The Center for Continuing Education's summer camp webpage is now online, and it is ready to be updated with 2016 Mississippi State camp information. MSU employees may access the summer camp admin site, and then update information from last year's camp or enter information for a new summer camp.
    January 22, 2016
  • Mississippi State posts annual security report, student policies
    The web page located at www.msstate.edu/students/publications-policies/ contains links to the following topics of importance to every Mississippi State University student and also information that is required to be published by federal law.
    January 20, 2016
  • New faculty learning community to discuss 'Teach Students How to Learn'
    The Center for Teaching and Learning and the Maroon and Write QEP at Mississippi State announce the formation of a new faculty learning community for spring 2016. Selected faculty participants will meet and discuss Saundra McGuire's book, "Teach Students How to Learn." Linda Morse and Deborah Lee will facilitate the community.
    January 20, 2016
  • Sanderson Center ready to help jumpstart your fitness goals
    It's a brand new year, and the Sanderson Center at Mississippi State has a number of new and exciting options to help you jumpstart your fitness goals.
    January 13, 2016

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