International Institute

  • Grad Researchers

    Three Mississippi State doctoral students were recognized for their research efforts during the Mississippi Academy of Sciences' recent graduate student poster competition. Congratulating the students are MAS Division of Agriculture and Plant Sciences chair Girish Panicker, far left, and vice chair Victor Njiti, far right. The honorees include, from left to right, Ahmed Chaloob Saddam, Firas A. Alsajri and Saroj K. Sah.

  • Riad

    Mississippi State University hosted Egyptian veterinarian Sousanah Ezzat Riad, third from left, through the USDA Foreign Agricultural Services Scientific Exchange Scholars Program during the spring semester. Riad's research at MSU focused on the detection of foodborne pathogens. (Photo by MSU Extension Service/Kevin Hudson)

  • Quinn Presentation at MSU

    Kenneth M. Quinn, leader of the Iowa-based World Food Prize organization and former American ambassador to Cambodia, spoke on campus April 5 on the "Challenges of International Food Security and How They Relate to Political and Economic Instability."

  • Naturalization

    102 individuals representing 43 different countries around the globe were officially sworn in as United States citizens April 1 at Mississippi State University. (Photo by Megan Bean)

  • Travel Day

    International F-1 or J-1 students and scholars who plan to travel outside of the U.S. during the summer should attend Travel Day

  • Group Photo

    MSU's International Institute poses with Yuko Kagihara as she completes her internship with the international unit and prepares to return to her home in Kyoto, Japan

  • De Graff

    The 2016 Distinguished Jahns Lecturer, Jerome De Graff, will present "The Story of the Matthieu Landslide-Dam of Dominica, West Indies" on April 1 at 1 p.m. in Hilbun Hall 102

  • Ali Akgul

    Recently featured in MSU's Our People, Ali Akgul is a doctoral student from Izmir, Turkey

  • Fiesta

    International Fiesta - Saturday, April 2 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the MSU Drill Field

  • Yuko

    Yuko Kagihara, an administrator with the Kyoto Institute in Japan, will complete her internship with Mississippi State's International Institute on Tuesday [March 15]. As a Long-Term Educational Administrators Program participant, she arrived in Starkville in August. (Photo by Russ Houston, MSU Office of Public Affairs)

  • CALS Minor

    The International Studies in Agriculture minor within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is being offered to allow students to enhance their knowledge of an interdependent global food system

  • Student of the Month

    Aung Nyein Chan was recently recognized as the International Institute's Student of the Month

  • Radvanyi

  • Shaw

    Dr. David Shaw, Vice President for Research and Economic Development, received the 2015 Public Service Award from the Weed Science Society of America for his work addressing one of agriculture's greatest global challenges on the issue of herbicide resistance.

  • Bourgeois

    Associate professor Angi Elsea Bourgeoi recently began a two-year term on the Italian Art Society board of directors.

  • MSU Birthday

  • Duisburg

    Jorn Benzinger from the University of Duisburg-Essen talks with International Business students about studying abroad in Germany.

More than ever, global economic development, scientific exploration, and security are interconnected. The International Institute at Mississippi State University fully integrates the land-grant institution's 130-plus years of leadership teaching, research, and service in to the global arena. Founded in June 2011, the Institute serves as the hub of the university's global engagement and development activities.