College of Education hosts 9th Annual Faculty/Student Research Forum
STARKVILLE, Miss. — Nine Mississippi State College of Education students and two faculty were recently recognized for their significant research achievements at the university.
Honored formally at the 9th annual College of Education Faculty/Staff Research Forum held at The Mill, the event featured research poster competitions as well as paper competitions, designed to showcase the variety of work produced from the college.
The forum also included keynote speakers from the College of Education at Brigham Young University, as well as a panel discussion session featuring community leaders and representatives from the Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District.
Honorees from the competition include:
Graduate Level Research Poster Category:
FIRST PLACE – Hallie Smith, educational psychology major, Anne Hollis Libscomb, education major, Dr. Kasee Stratton, & Dr. Daniel Gadke
SECOND PLACE – Margaret Bernheim educational psychology major, Hallie Smith, educational psychology major, Dr. Kasee Stratton, & Dr. Daniel Gadke
THIRD PLACE – Chris Hill, kinesiology major
Undergraduate Level Research Poster Category:
FIRST PLACE – Steven Basham, senior kinesiology major
SECOND PLACE – Rachel Blough, junior secondary education major & Morgan Bishop, senior secondary education major
THIRD PLACE – Keely McCulla, senior psychology major
FIRST PLACE – Jasmine Curtis, graduate kinesiology major
10th Annual Research Forum (April 20-21, 2017)
If you are not a current MSU employee or student, please register here.