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College of Education instructor recognized for excellence in undergraduate student advising

May 03, 2019

STARKVILLE, Miss – Dr. Kasia Gallo, an instructor in the Department of Counseling Educational Psychology and Foundations, was recently awarded the Wesley A. Ammon New Academic Advisor Award. “The...

Deadline approaches for 12th Annual Research Forum

Mar 28, 2019

STARKVILLE, Miss – Registration comes to a close April 8, 2019, for the College of Education’s 12th Annual Research Forum, Virtual Reality: Opportunities for Educational Research.  Attendees of the...

T.K. Martin Center set to host conference on dyslexia and related learning differences

Mar 28, 2019

STARKVILLE, Miss.—The T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability at Mississippi State and its IGNITE Dyslexia Clinic are hosting the university’s first Dyslexia and Related Learning Differences...

NRTC current, former directors at MSU receive national honors for work in blindness field

Mar 13, 2019

STARKVILLE, Miss –Two Mississippi State University leaders are being recognized with prestigious honors from the American Foundation for the Blind for their impactful work in the blindness and low...

MSU percussion faculty member publishes music book for timpani

Feb 20, 2019

STARKVILLE, Miss.—A recently published book by a Mississippi State associate professor of music offers young percussionists solos and exercises for the timpani – often referred to as the “kettle...

MSU Department of Kinesiology announces study abroad

Feb 20, 2019

Come learn about global sports and culture as part of the College of Education’s newest study abroad program. This year the Department of Kinesiology is offering Global Sports and Culture, a faculty-...

MSU College of Education recognizes outstanding teacher interns

Jan 18, 2019

MSU College of Education recognizes outstanding teacher interns   STARKVILLE, Miss.—Eleven Mississippi State College of Education graduates recently were recognized as outstanding teacher interns for...

College of Education senior awarded inaugural Yvonne R. Ferguson Memorial Scholarship at MSU

Nov 21, 2018

STARKVILLE, Miss.—A senior educational psychology major from Corinth is receiving a new Mississippi State University scholarship designed to help students who also are in the critical role of parent...

MSU College of Education hosts first CHARGE family gathering

Oct 24, 2018

STARKVILLE, Miss.— Seven families from around Mississippi took part in the College of Education’s first-ever CHARGE Syndrome family gathering. The gathering, held September 21 at the Hilton Garden...

Music education major places in 2018 New York International Percussion Competition

Oct 17, 2018

STARKVILLE, Miss.— A student in MSU’s College of Education recently placed at the 2018 New York International Percussion Competition. David Jenkins, a senior music education major from Franklinton,...

In its second year, T.K. Martin Center’s IGNITE Dyslexia Program continues to offer services to students across the state

Oct 08, 2018

  Contact: Camille Carskadon STARKVILLE, Miss.— After a successful first year, Mississippi State University’s IGNITE Dyslexia Program, housed in the College of Education’s T.K. Martin Center,...

Mississippi State University’s America Reads – Mississippi (AmeriCorps) Program continues to help students statewide

Oct 08, 2018

Contact: Camille Carskadon STARKVILLE, Miss.— This fall, the Mississippi State University region of the America Reads – Mississippi (AmeriCorps) program will commemorate the program’s 20th year of...

Mississippi State University’s College of Education announces new student ambassadors

Sep 17, 2018

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Twenty-six students from throughout Mississippi, as well as Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and South Carolina have been selected as ambassadors of Mississippi State University’s...

MSU-Meridian associate professor named to Council for the Study of Community Colleges

Sep 17, 2018

Contact: Camille Carskadon STARKVILLE, Miss.—An associate professor in Mississippi State University-Meridian’s Division of Education has been elected vice president for research and publication for...

Mississippi State University Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic fall services in full swing

Sep 17, 2018

Mississippi State University Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic (ADDC) began their fall services on the first of September. The ADDC offers a variety of services for those in pre-k to...

MSU’s Famous Maroon Band rings in new academic year with record-setting membership

Aug 24, 2018

Contact: Sasha Steinberg STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State’s 115-year-old Famous Maroon Band is among beloved traditions that make the gameday atmosphere at Davis Wade Stadium an unforgettable...

MSU’s College of Education welcomes Carskadon as communications specialist

Aug 23, 2018

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State’s College of Education welcomes Starkville native and university alumna as its communications specialist. Camille Carskadon is a 2012 MSU graduate with a bachelor’...

Hopper to serve as president of Phi Kappa Phi

Aug 21, 2018

Missy Hopper, professor of instruction and special education at Mississippi State, has been named president of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate...

MSU College of Education, Center for Distance Education to hold Tupelo expo

Aug 21, 2018

Contact: Camille Carskadon STARKVILLE, Miss.—Two Mississippi State University units are collaborating to host an education expo in Tupelo for potential students in the northeastern portion of the...

Peasant recognized as outstanding administrator

Jul 25, 2018

A prestigious award has gone to Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Superintendent Eddie Peasant. Peasant was presented with the 2018 Outstanding Administrator award by Mississippi...

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