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Awards & Recognition

Spring 2017

  • James Grafe, CEE Senior (graduated in fall 2017), won first place on the Thesis Research Competition at the Undergraduate Research Symposium celebrated at MSU. He presented an overview, significance and results of his undergraduate research topic “Catalpa Creek Suspended Sediments and Water Quality Monitoring”. The TRC is a competition that challenges undergraduate students to present a compelling verbal presentation of their undergraduate research topic and its significance in just three minutes. From the entire group of students that submitted their application, only twenty students were selected to compete. The competition was judged by a panel comprised of a diverse group of professionals (academic and non-academic) with a wide range of experience.

Fall 2016

  • Senior Emily Farrar received the Harry Charles Simrall Award for Engineering Excellence, presented by Mississippi State University’s Association of Retired Faculty.
  • Yi Jiang received her Doctoral Degree
  • Kubra Celik received her Masters Degree
  • Luis Laurens received his Masters Degree

Spring 2016

  • Emily Farrar, CEE Senior (graduated in spring 2017), awarded first place in the Undergraduate Division of the ASCE-EWRI 2016 Student Technical Paper Contest. Her paper titled “Water Quality Monitoring of the Catalpa Creek Watershed” summarized the results of her undergraduate research study and was presented at the 2016 EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress in West Palm Beach, FL.
  • Laura Wilson, CEE Senior (graduated in spring 2016), was inducted in the

Fall 2015

  • Senior Laura E. Wilson (graduated in spring 2016) received the Harry Charles Simrall Award for Engineering Excellence, presented by Mississippi State University’s Association of Retired Faculty

Spring 2015

  • Chase Stogner, EE Senior (graduated spring 2015), awarded Second Place Oral Presentation at the MSU Undergraduate Research Symposium. His presentation titled “The Assessment of Techniques to Mitigate and Restore Fracking Pollution in Mississippi” summarized results of his undergraduate research study.