Posts Tagged ‘Bagley College of Engineering’

Unmanned aerial vehicles becoming new tool for farmers

STARKVILLE — It is hard to compare an unmanned aerial vehicle to a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine, but that is how the director of Mississippi State University’s Geosystems Research Institute sees it. “The plant is the patient, the agronomists are the doctors and I am the guy that works on the MRI machine,” Robert […] [...]

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After review, MSU moves forward on new research facility

STARKVILLE — Officials at Mississippi State are moving forward with plans to create a new collaborative research center after competing successfully through two rounds of review by the National Science Foundation. A planning grant for the initiative was awarded late last month. The NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) for Advanced Composites in Transportation Vehicles […] [...]

Enrollment increasing at Mississippi’s engineering schools

The economy may be sluggish and jobs difficult to find, but engineering is still a sure bet. Student enrollment is up, the career outlook is good, new areas of engineering such as bio-medial are opening and engineers are becoming more well-rounded, say deans at two of Mississippi’s engineering schools. The Bagley College of Engineering at […] [...]

MSU taps Zimmerman

Starkville native Paul S. Zimmerman is a new fundraiser for Mississippi State University‘s James Worth Bagley College of Engineering. The Oktibbeha County resident began his official duties in the college in November as an assistant director of development. He is a 2000 MSU business administration graduate who previously worked in sales for 13 years at […] [...]

MSU scientists earn honors

Three Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station faculty members were recently recognized for their significant contributions to their fields. Peter Ryan, Mark Woodrey and Ramon Arancibia were honored at the MAFES and Mississippi State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences annual spring meeting. Ryan, MSU associate provost and animal and dairy sciences professor, received […] [...]

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