• Research Security offering ITAR training sessions throughout semester
    The Office of Research Security at Mississippi State will be offering International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) basic training sessions throughout the spring semester. The program will cover why adhering to ITAR regulations is vital, the responsibilities of the principal investigator and research staff, and the consequences of not following ITAR rules, among other topics.
    January 13, 2016
  • Legendary MSU professor dead at 93
    Mississippi State University announces the passing of legendary international security studies pioneer Janos Radvanyi, who died Monday night [Jan. 11] following an extended illness. He was 93. "Dr. Radvanyi brought international issues to the forefront in our state, and was a visionary in promoting the study of critical security concerns ranging from environmental threats to Russian resurgence," said MSU President Mark E. Keenum. "He was a tremendous force in helping define global concerns."
    January 12, 2016
  • Temporary parking lot closure begins Wednesday for Roberts Building project
    As part of the ongoing construction project at the Roberts Building on Mississippi State's campus in Starkville, an adjacent parking lot will be closed temporarily beginning Wednesday [Jan. 13] through Friday [Jan. 22]. Drivers who use this lot should make plans to park elsewhere during the closure. Please see the accompanying map for details.
    January 12, 2016
  • MSU Dining announces regular hours of operation for spring semester
    MSU Dining has announced its regular hours of operation for the spring 2016 semester at Mississippi State.
    January 11, 2016
  • Supreme Court appoints MSU alumnus to board
    The Mississippi Supreme Court recently appointed two new members to the Mississippi Board of Bar Admissions and reappointed a third member
    December 2, 2015
  • Search committee in place for provost and executive vice president
    Mississippi State President Mark E. Keenum on Friday [Nov. 20] provided the campus community with an update on the search for the university's next provost and executive vice president. "We now have in place a 19-member search committee composed of 10 elected faculty and nine faculty, staff, student, and administrative members who I appointed. The committee, chaired by Dr. David Shaw, will hold its initial meeting in early December, and I will present the group with its charge at that time," Keenum wrote in a message to faculty and staff.
    November 20, 2015
  • Hodges named interim provost; Shaw to lead search
    Mississippi State University President Mark E. Keenum announced on Friday [Nov. 13] during a Faculty Senate meeting that Julia Hodges will serve in an interim senior leadership position at the land-grant institution. In October, Provost and Executive Vice President Jerry Gilbert was named president of Marshall University in West Virginia. Hodges will fill this role during the search for Gilbert's replacement.
    November 16, 2015
  • Registration open for Mississippi Delta alternative spring break service learning class
    Registration is now open for HI 3343, Delta History Service Spring Break (CRN #12221). This class offers Mississippi State students three credits of humanities by meeting once a week during the spring semester and engaging in a weeklong experience of the rich history and culture of the Mississippi Delta during the university's regularly scheduled spring break. The cost of the trip is $200
    November 6, 2015
  • Food assistance resources available to members of Mississippi State community
    The MSU Food Security Network has partnered with the Student Association's Block by Block meal program to connect members of the Mississippi State community who lack food to available food resources. While the network connects students, faculty and staff to a local food pantry, Block by Block provides block meals specifically for students in need.
    November 4, 2015