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  • 12th Annual Graduate Student Association Awards Banquet

    12th Annual Graduate Student Association Awards Banquet

    Five graduate students were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments in teaching, research, and service at the 12th Annual Graduate Student Association Awards Banquet. From left to right, recipients were: Roseanne Ellison Scammahorn, Ph.D. student in Agricultural Sciences, Graduate Service Assistant of the Year; Jessica Burton, Master’s student in English, Donald Zacharias Master’s Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year; Sathishkumar Tanneru, Ph.D. student in Sustainable Bioproducts, Doctoral Graduate Research Assistant of the Year; Laura Hankins, Master’s student in Counseling & Educational Psychology, Master’s Graduate Research Assistant of the Year; not pictured was Anas M. Mahmoud, Ph.D. student in Computer Science, Donald Zacharias Doctoral Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year.

  • 2014 Mississippi State University Graduate Student Research Symposium Winners

    12th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium

    Nine winners of the 2014 Mississippi State University Graduate Student Research Symposium are, from left, Kate Henderson, Jonathan Paul Jeffreys, Jutima Simsiriwong, Janice Cunningham, Marta Amirsadeghi, Curtis Kenneth, Janet Kwan, Vu H. Lee, and Michael Ciaramella.

  • 12th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium

    Dr. David Shaw, VP for
    Research & Economic Development
    Marta Amirsadeghi, PhD Student,
    Chemical Engineering

    The 12th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium was a huge success. A total of 175 graduate students presented their research in 90 poster and oral sessions. Dr. David Shaw, Vice President for Research & Economic Development gave opening remarks. The Symposium was organized and run by the Graduate Student Association.

  • Bryce Touchstone

    Mississippi State distance graduate student Bryce Touchstone is currently a GIS Project Officer with Fire Management Services Branch with the Western Australian government. Bryce’s thesis research was conducted in the remote mountains of Tajikistan in the Zeravshan Valley. Be on the lookout for Bryce’s novels about a fictional Mississippi State grad student in the series “Thirsty Geography”! Follow his adventures at www.facebook.com/ThirstyGeographySeries.

Announcements & News

Dates & Events

  • Fall 2014 International and Graduate Teaching Assistant Workshop

    August 4-8, 2014 -2014 International Teaching Assistant Workshop


    August 11-12,2014-Graduate Teaching Assistant Workshop


    August 13, 2014 - 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.- Classroom Certification


    August 14, 10:45 – 4:15 p.m. - Lab Certification

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