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Five MSU employees recognized by the College of Education

Dec 07, 2020

Video of College of Education Awards | Fall 2020 The MSU College of Education is celebrating its 2020 annual College of Education award winners. Dean of the college Richard Blackbourn...

MSU College of Education recognizes fall semester outstanding teacher interns

Dec 04, 2020

Nine Mississippi State University College of Education graduates were recently recognized as outstanding teacher interns for the fall 2020 semester. Nominated by their university supervisors, the...

Dr. Adam Knight, Associate Professor, Department of Kinesiology, recognized by MSU Graduate School for Excellence in Teaching in response to COVID

Oct 30, 2020

Dr. Adam Knight from the MSU Graduate School newsletter: “Coronavirus has made me evaluate and initiate some changes in my graduate biomechanics class I am teaching this semester. Instead of meeting...

MSU College of Education students help Lake Charles residence in need

Oct 13, 2020

STARKVILLE, Miss – Members of the Bulldog family are reaching out to help the thousands affected by Hurricane Laura after making landfall last month. The program manager for the Mississippi...

College of Education welcomes 13 faculty members for the fall 2020 semester

Oct 09, 2020

The College of Education has 13 new members joining the faculty for the fall 2020 semester. “The College of Education is excited to welcome an outstanding cadre of new faculty to our ranks. They come...

Bringing that Bulldog spirit: Famous Maroon Band set to support Bulldogs from stands at home football games

Oct 01, 2020

Football is back at Davis Wade Stadium this weekend, and with special health and safety measures in place, Mississippi State’s Famous Maroon Band will be bringing the beat once again in support of...

MSU's Winkler writes for The Conversation: 'Want the youth vote? Some college students are still up for grabs in November'

Sep 24, 2020

College students are a rapidly growing and increasingly coveted voting bloc. Twice as many college students voted in the 2018 midterms as did in 2014, challenging the stereotype that young people...

MSU begins search process for College of Education, MSU Libraries deans

Sep 24, 2020

Mississippi State University is beginning the search process to fill two open dean positions. A search is underway to find a new dean for the College of Education following Richard Blackbourn’s...

MSU aims to increase agricultural literacy in K-12 students through ‘Farm to Classroom’ initiative

Sep 23, 2020

A cross-college collaboration at Mississippi State University aims to foster agricultural literacy in local K-12 classrooms. The “Farm to Classroom” initiative is a professional development program...

MSU's Bracey Writes for The Conversation: 'Tips for living online – lessons from six months of the COVID-19 pandemic '

Sep 22, 2020

Valentine’s Day was sweet, spring break was fun, then… boom! COVID-19. Stay-at-home orders, workplace shutdowns, school closures and social distancing requirements changed lives almost overnight....

MSU Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic opens virtually for the fall 2020 semester

Sep 17, 2020

STARKVILLE, Miss – Mississippi State's Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic opens its virtual doors to the community.Director Daniel Gadke said that the outreach unit's variety of services...

MSU T.K. Martin Center to receive Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Grant

Sep 03, 2020

Mississippi State’s T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability is receiving a grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation that will allow the center to further help clients with...

MSU recognized nationally by APLU for commitment to improving Mississippi

Sep 02, 2020

Mississippi State University is being recognized by the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities for its commitment to making Mississippi a better place to work and live. The APLU today...

MSU’s NRTC receives $4.375 million for seven major research projects to aid those with blindness, low vision

Aug 28, 2020

The National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision at Mississippi State is receiving a five-year, $4.375 million grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living...

MSU-Meridian’s Henington receives American Psychological Association award

Aug 24, 2020

A Mississippi State University-Meridian professor of educational and school psychology is being honored by Division 16 of the American Psychological Association. Carlen Henington, who also is MSU-...

METP Names New Cohort

Aug 10, 2020

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Thirty Mississippi State University students are new scholarship recipients in one of the state’s most prestigious teacher education programs. Housed in the university’s College of...

MSU, SOSD mark new era with opening of Partnership Middle School

Aug 04, 2020

Mississippi State University and the Starkville Oktibbeha School District are marking the beginning of a new era in education locally and in Mississippi with the completion of the Partnership Middle...

Keenum, Peasant tour completed MSU-SOSD Partnership Middle School

Jul 31, 2020

With a new school year set to begin next month, a new state-of-the-art school on the campus of Mississippi State University will welcome sixth and seventh grade students in the Starkville Oktibbeha...

Blackbourn steps down after 15-year tenure as MSU College of Education dean, returns to the classroom in January

Jul 01, 2020

Mississippi State’s Richard Blackbourn, who has led the university’s College of Education for 15 years, is stepping back to the faculty and returning to the classroom effective Jan.1, 2021. The...

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