Monthly Archives: July 2014

Harvey hops into Oxford

> > Oxford, MS – There are some classic stories that are timeless and such is the case with Mary Chase’s “Harvey.” Made famous by the 1950 movie adaptation starring Jimmy Stewart, the play centers around a man with an…

MSU education dean Blackbourn elected MACTE president

> > STARKVILLE, Miss.–A senior Mississippi State administrator is beginning a two-year term as president of the Mississippi Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. > > Richard L. Blackbourn, who has led the university’s College of Education since 2005, previously…

MSU team work, care gets dog back on his feet

> > By Karen Templeton > MSU College of Veterinary Medicine > > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — When John and Paula Cormane took their dog to the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine, they could only hope he would…

Daigle Selected ECCC Biology Instructor

> Sharli Moulds Daigle was recently selected biology instructor at East Central Community College in Decatur. > Daigle, who will begin her full-time duties this fall, previously served as an adjunct biology instructor at ECCC in 2011 and since the…

Turf and hay battle armyworms, weather

> > By Susan Collins-Smith > MSU Ag Communications > > JACKSON — Turf and forage producers in Mississippi need fewer clouds and more sunshine. > In 2014, forage producers raised an estimated 600,000 acres of hay across the state.…

Don’t let ticks spoil a good time

> > By Marina D’Abreau Denny > Research Associate III > Mississippi State University > > Mississippi summers evoke thoughts of family vacations, rainy days and outdoor explorations. But with the heat and humidity come tiny critters that, if not…