International Institute

  • Passport Acceptance

    Newly designated as a Passport Acceptance Facility, the International Institute will begin accepting passport applications on March 15, 2017.

  • Dash Visiting Scholars

    Dr. Padmanava Dash hosts four visiting scholars, three from South Korea and one from Iran, interested in learning more about eutrophication during the Spring 2017 semester.

  • SSRC Research in Ghana Report

    Led by Dr. Kathleen Ragsdale of the Social Science Research Center, researchers address global food security and gender inequality.

  • IIE Award

    MSU's partnership with Morocco's Universite Internationale de Rabat is being recognized as one of the top partnerships in international education by the Institute of International Education by receiving the 2017 IIE Andrew Heiskell Award for International Partnerships. Photo: MSU Public Affairs

  • Strings across the Sean

    The Starkville-MSU Symphony Orchestra presented a Strings Across the Sea children's program joined by eight visiting Japanese violinists for the performance. Photo by Robert Lewis

  • Antarctica

    Faithful MSU Bulldogs Albert and Glenda Clark, Steve and Patsy Fowlkes Brandon, and Dean and Lauran Wingo observed Maroon Friday recently in Antarctica along with 250,000 nesting Adele Penguins. Credit: MSU Public Affairs

  • Feed the Future Workshop

  • 2016 Borlaugs

    Ali Bhuiyan of Bangladesh (left) and Dr. Priyadarshini Bhorali (right) of India participated in the prestigious Norman E. Borlaug International Agricultural Science and Technology Fellowship Program in Biotechnology at MSU. Photo Credit: Kat Lawrence, Ag Comm

  • CVM in China

    College of Veterinary Medicine professors Drs. David R. Smith and Robert W. Wills, center, are pictured with Chinese graduate students they taught recently during a two-week epidemiology course funded by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Photo: Office of Public Affairs)

  • Stephen Brain

    Stephen Brain, associate professor of history and two-time recipient of the prestigious Fulbright Fellowship, is Mississippi State's 2016 Humanities Teacher of the Year. Photo by: Megan Bean

  • World Hunger

  • US Dept of Education Fulbrights

    A nearly $80,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad program recently was designated for James W. "Jimmy" Hardin and Kate McClellan. They are, respectively, associate and assistant professors in the university's Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures. (Photo by Megan Bean)

  • COB Fulbright

    Karen Renaud (left), a computer scientist from the University of Glasgow in Scotland, is working with MSU Professor of Information Systems Merrill Warkentin through the Fulbright Cyber Security Awards program. (Photo by Russ Houston)

  • Kraker Presentation

    MSU alumnus and authority on international law spoke as part of the university's observance of IEW. James Kraska, the Howard S. Levie Professor in the Stockton Center for the Study of International Law at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, gave a lecture Thursday on China's Domination of South China Sea. Photo: Beth Wynn

  • Kraska

    The International Institute team welcomed MSU alumnus, Dr. James Kraska (center), to MSU during #IEW2016. Dr. Kraska talked to faculty, staff, and students about China's Domination of the South China Sea as part of the Institute's Global Engagement Lecture Series.

  • Nader scribes II on China lock

    Dr. Richard Nader, executive director of the International Institute at Mississippi State University, engraved "MSU Int'l Institute" on a lock, and locked it in Mount Tai for peace and stability. He then threw the key away in the valley of Mount Tai.

  • Our People:  Laura Wilson (Student)

    Laura Wilson, first-year graduate student in civil engineering, takes her education abroad impacting water quality in Zambia and Colombia.


Interntional Institute Information sheet 2017
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