A world-renowned scholar in the field of mechanical metallurgy has been selected as the new department head for mechanical engineering within Mississippi State University’s Bagley College of Engineering. Haitham El Kadiri will assume the position of department head and PACCAR Chair pending approval of the State Board of Trustees, Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning. He...Continue reading
For the second time in the last four years, a Mississippi State engineering student has been selected as the recipient of the C. William Hall Scholarship from the Society For Biomaterials. Kaylee Bundy, a senior majoring in biomedical engineering, was presented with the award at the society’s virtual annual meeting on Thursday, April 22. “It...Continue reading
An assistant professor in Mississippi State’s Bagley College of Engineering is part of a nationwide team that was awarded a $2.5 million grant from the US Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy through the Solar Energy Technologies Office Fiscal Year 2019 funding program. Like Li, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering...Continue reading
A Mississippi State computer science and engineering professor has been recognized as one of the world’s top leaders in the field of robotics. Cindy Bethel, a professor in the Bagley College of Engineering, has been named as one of the World’s 50 Most Renowned Women in Robotics by Analytics Insight magazine. The recognition comes in...Continue reading
The head of Mississippi State University’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has been elected to serve as president of the nation’s leading civil engineering organization. Dennis Truax will be inaugurated as president-elect of the American Society of Civil Engineers at the organization’s annual meeting this fall. He will serve as president-elect of ASCE in...Continue reading
Nearly 70 percent of the more than 500,000 high school students who participate in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) programs across the United States don’t have access to advanced placement computer science classes but a new public-private partnership that includes Mississippi State University is working to bridge that gap.