Awards & Recognition - Electrical & Computer Engineering - Bagley College of Engineering - Page 5

Bagley College of Engineering Students like to ThinkBig!

STARKVILLE, Miss.— Bagley College of Engineering students gained firsthand experience with research project development during a competition launched last spring. The ThinkBig! competition asked teams of undergraduate and graduate students to develop projects and proposals that showcase both entrepreneurial skill and creative thinking.

August 28, 2013


BCoE teams end year with success, plan for next competitions

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Hoping to build on last year’s successes, many Bagley College of Engineering design teams look to start the fall semester with new members and fresh ideas. Starting tomorrow, August 27, these teams will begin holding interest meetings for students—both engineering and, in many cases, non-engineering majors—who would like to join their efforts…

August 26, 2013


MSU’s EcoCAR 2 team shows Bulldog ‘can-do spirit’ at competition

May 24, 2013


Bagley robotics teams impress at regional competitions

Two Bagley College of Engineering robotics teams earned recognition from regional competitions in April. Both competitions required that students apply classroom knowledge to develop and build a robot to perform a required task. The Mississippi State team members completed the projects as part of their capstone senior design course.

May 8, 2013


Five Faculty earn endowed positions within Bagley College

Five faculty members have earned new endowed professorship and chair positions in the Bagley College of Engineering.

May 1, 2013


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


Four Bagley facutly members selected for national symposium

STARKVILLE, Miss—Four Bagley College of Engineering faculty members are among a small group of educators selected for a national engineering symposium. Islam El-adaway, Bryan Jones, Lesley Strawderman and Rani Sullivan attended the National Academy of Engineering’s fourth Frontiers of Engineering Education symposium held last month in Irvine, Calif.

November 1, 2012


Electrical engineer receives highly competitive NSF junior faculty award

An electrical engineer at Mississippi State University has earned a top research-funding award from one of the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious programs. Yong Fu, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, received an NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award, which includes a five-year, $400,000 grant to fund his research in smart grid…

May 29, 2012


Electrical engineer receives highly competitive NSF junior faculty award

STARKVILLE, Miss. – An electrical engineer at Mississippi State University has earned a top research-funding award from one of the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious programs. Yong Fu, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, received an NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award, which includes a five-year, $400,000 grant to fund his research…

March 29, 2012


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