Alumni

Ball and Team Awarded U.S. Patent

Dr. John E. Ball (Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Associate Professor), Dr. Reuben F. Burch V (Industrial and Systems Engineering Assistant Professor), Lucas D. Cagle (ECE graduate and current Ph.D. student), Collin S. Davenport (Mechanical Engineering (ME) graduate and current M.S. student), James R. Gafford (former CAVS research engineer), Tyler J. Hannis (Center for Advanced…

December 14, 2020


MSU-ECE Alumnus Don Saget: The Embodiment Of The Flying M

On February 6, 1968, Don Saget watched as the second ever Saturn V rocket left the hangar where it had been constructed and headed to the launch pad. Saget had spent the past month in Cape Canaveral, Florida, working in NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building on the rocket that would become Apollo 6. Just two months…

November 9, 2020


Architects and engineers coming up with innovative solutions to pandemic challenges

The world was unprepared for the first worldwide pandemic seen in 102 years. Now that the U.S. is in the eighth month of battling the coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19), it is leading the world with 8.3 million cases and 221,428 deaths as of October 22. Cases were soaring in many areas of the country, with about…

November 4, 2020


BCoE honors alumni for distinguished engineering careers

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Business leaders, public servants and decorated retirees were among the 10 alumni recognized during the Bagley College of Engineering’s annual Distinguished Fellows ceremony this month.

March 14, 2013


MSU alumnus receives national STEM award

Vicksburg, Miss–The Vicksburg District, Corps of Engineers’ chief of engineering and construction division, Henry A. Dulaney, recently received the 2012 Black Engineer of the Year award for career achievement in government. The award was presented in Philadelphia, Pa., at the Black Engineer of the Year Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) conference that recognizes outstanding…

March 7, 2012


2011 ECE Distinguished Fellow

In 1991, the College of Engineering named 100 Distinguished Fellows as part of its 100th anniversary celebration for engineering education at Mississippi State. The program was reborn in 1999 with the addition of 10 Distinguished Fellows. Each year eight to 10 esteemed alumni are given this prestigious recognition. We are proud to announce the selection…

March 9, 2011