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Rhodes Scholarship finalist Christopher Robinson

MSU celebrates newest Rhodes Scholarship finalist

STARKVILLE, Miss.—A first-generation Mississippi State student from Brookhaven is a finalist for

Prometheus in chained to the rock, surrounded by Ocean, and with Io center stage. Taken by Jack Parr

MSU Honors College Stages 'Prometheus Bound' for 2021 Annual Classical Week

Mississippi State University’s Shackouls Honors College staged a production of the Greek tragedy, Prometheus Bound, by Aeschylus, September 21 and 22 in Bettersworth Auditorium during the annual Classical Week.

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Dr. LaShan Simpson Chosen to Lead Diversity Initiatives within the Shackouls Honors College

Since joining Mississippi State University in 2013, Dr. C. LaShan Simpson has been an advocate for minority students, especially STEM majors, in many ways through the various roles that she serves. In 2019, Dr. Simpson was chosen to lead within the Honors College Diversity and Inclusion mission as the Coordinator of Diversity Initiatives.

Mississippi State University Provost Scholars tour the Mississippi Museum of Art’s exhibitions 2021 Mississippi Invitational and

Mississippi Museum of Art and Mississippi State announce new, innovative partnership

Jackson and Starkville, Miss.--The Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA) and Mississippi State Universi

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Honorable Mentions Newsletter 11/02/2021

MSU’s Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium received 113 project submissions from students conducting faculty-guided research

MSU announces Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium winners

Eleven students have earned top honors from Mississippi State’s recent Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium.

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Mississippi State undergraduates showcase student research with spring symposium

MSU’s Judy and Bobby Shackouls Honors College hosted this year’s recent competition.

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Spring 2021 Undergraduate Research Symposium Winners

Click to view the place winners and recipients for Arts and Humanities, Biological Sciences and Engineering, Physical Sciences and Engineering, Social Sciences, the Community Engagement Research Track, the Public Health Research Competition, and the Theta Tau Tomorrow Builder Award.

Mobilizing in Mississippi: The Courageous Lives of Margaret Walker and Megar Evers

The Orators Presents: Mobilizing in Mississippi w/ Featured Speaker, Field Brown

In this talk, Field Brown considers the complicated relationship Black students’ often have with

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Delta Scholars Program

Now accepting applications.

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