Advanced Computer students present self-promos

April 30th, 2015 Comments Off on Advanced Computer students present self-promos

Students in the spring 2015 Advanced Computer Studio class – taught by Brittany Spencer, lecturer – presented their self-promotional materials on Wed., April 29 in the Robert and Freda Harrison Auditorium in Giles Hall.

The eight students are upperclassmen consisting of sculpture, painting, drawing, ceramics, photography and interior design majors.

The students worked this semester to determine their “brand”– consisting of their professional goals and identity materials. Then, they worked to design their own personal logos, business cards, resumes and portfolio websites to prepare them for their post-graduate debut.

This class currently has nine seats open for fall 2015 and will meet in Stafford 220 on Monday and Wednesday from 11 a.m. – 1:50 p.m. Students must have basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.

Funderburk receives highest university honor

April 29th, 2015 Comments Off on Funderburk receives highest university honor

MSU's 2014-15 faculty award honorees include (seated, from left) Karyn Brown, Nancy Fultz, and Frances McDavid, (standing, from left) Veera Gude, Lindsey Peterson, Jared Keeley, and Brent Funderburk. The honors were presented by MSU Alumni Association Executive Director Jeff Davis (standing, second from left) and Provost and Executive Vice President Jerry Gilbert (at far right). Photo by: Beth Wynn

MSU’s 2014-15 faculty award honorees include (seated, from left) Karyn Brown, Nancy Fultz, and Frances McDavid, (standing, from left) Veera Gude, Lindsey Peterson, Jared Keeley, and Brent Funderburk. The honors were presented by MSU Alumni Association Executive Director Jeff Davis (standing, second from left) and Provost and Executive Vice President Jerry Gilbert (at far right). Photo by: Beth Wynn

By Sasha Steinberg | Mississippi State University

Longtime art department member and former administrator Brent Funderburk is receiving Mississippi State’s highest faculty honor.

In a Tuesday [April 28] campus-wide ceremony, the internationally acclaimed artist, teacher and 1995-2002 department head whose university career spans more than three decades was named a William L. Giles Distinguished Professor.

Though not a faculty rank, the memorial recognition named for MSU’s 13th president is awarded on the basis of outstanding research, teaching and service to individuals who have attained national or international status. For more, see www.giles.msstate.edu.

Also at the 2014-15 Faculty Awards and Recognition Program, communication instructor Karyn L. Brown was named a John Grisham Master Teacher, a tribute to excellence in classroom instruction named for the MSU alumnus and internationally recognized author. Brown joins others in the highly select group who serve as role models and mentors for their campus colleagues.

The annual spring-semester program is sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President and MSU Alumni Association.

“The strengths of a great university are always in its people,” said Provost Jerry Gilbert, who served as master of ceremonies.

“We are in a great time at Mississippi State, and it’s because of these honorees, our outstanding students and tremendous faculty and staff,” he emphasized, in congratulating and thanking the winners for their considerable service and achievements.

Also receiving awards were six faculty members in the colleges of Architecture, Art and Design, Arts and Sciences, and James Worth Bagley College of Engineering, as well as a provost’s office administrator. They included:

–Nancy M. Fultz, academic programs support manager in the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President, Irvin Atly Jefcoat Excellence in Advising Staff Award;

–Veera Gnaneswar Gude, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, the alumni association’s Outstanding Graduate Student Mentor Award;

–Jared W. Keeley, assistant professor of psychology, the alumni association’s Early Career Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award;

–Frances O. McDavid, also a communication instructor, the Irvin Atly Jefcoat Excellence in Advising Faculty Award; and

–Lindsey P. Peterson, also an assistant professor of sociology, the alumni association Graduate Teaching Excellence Award.

Read the story at WCBI.com.

Graphic Design seniors hold exhibit reception

April 29th, 2015 Comments Off on Graphic Design seniors hold exhibit reception

See this video at WCBI.com.

A reception for MSU’s graphic design senior exhibit, “Offset,” was held on Tues., April 29. While viewing the students’ work, guests were treated to an animated show, a chance to try their hand at letterpress, music and refreshments from City Bagel.

Design II students present Barn Quilt Trail squares

April 28th, 2015 Comments Off on Design II students present Barn Quilt Trail squares

Assistant Professor Neil Callander’s Design II students presented their final projects today – squares for the Oktibbeha County Barn Quilt Trail.

For the project, students made eight quilt pieces that will be installed around the community as part of the trail. The project is sponsored by the Center for Advancement of Service-Learning Excellence (CASLE) and the Starkville Area Arts Council (SAAC).

Students learned service learning, collaboration and how to use art/design skills to engage the community.

Dept. of Art celebrates fine art seniors with reception

April 24th, 2015 Comments Off on Dept. of Art celebrates fine art seniors with reception

A reception was held on April 23 for the “Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition: TANGENT,” located in the Department of Art Gallery in McComas Hall, the Colvard Student Union Art Gallery, and the Visual Arts Center Gallery.

Seniors exhibiting in the show, which will be on display through April 30, include (by hometown):

ABERDEEN–Shelby K. Nichols, the daughter of Howard Nichols of Aberdeen and Nancy Bengtson of Collierville, Tennessee, concentrating in fine art/sculpture.

CARNATION, Washington–Eleanor L. “Ellie” Bailey, the daughter of Ronald Bailey and Helen Duffy concentrating in fine art/drawing.

ESTILL SPRINGS, Tennessee–Molly M. Howell, the daughter of Kendall and Winifred Howell, concentrating in fine art/painting.

GULFPORT–Jacob E. Craig, the son of Paul and Ava Craig, concentrating in fine art/ceramics.

JACKSON–Merritt La Foe, the daughter of John and Marcella La Foe, concentrating in graphic design and fine art.

KOSCIUSKO–Victoria A. Cheek, the daughter of Jerry and Jennifer Cheek, concentrating in fine art/drawing. She also is completing a second major in geoscience/environmental geoscience.

LAUREL–Bonnie Brumley, the daughter of Michael Brumley and Lizabeth Brumley, concentrating in fine art/ceramics.

MADISON–Anna L. Callaway, the daughter of David and Annette Callaway, concentrating in graphic design and fine art/painting.

MARRERO, Louisiana–Zachary A. Kloor, the son of Thomas and Cynthia Kloor, concentrating in fine art/painting.

SIERRA VISA, Arizona–Reagan M. Watts, the daughter of Shawn and Leslie Watts, concentrating in fine art/painting.

SOSO–Alison M. Petro, the daughter of Christopher Petro of Alice Springs, Australia, and Sheri Valentien of Douglasville, Georgia, concentrating in fine art/painting.

STARKVILLE–Thomas M. McBroom, the son of Allen and Lynn McBroom, concentrating in fine art/painting.

TUPELO–Henry L. “Hal” Boerner, the son of Henry and Helen Boerner concentrating in fine art/sculpture.

Spring 2015 MSU Graphic Design BFA Senior Exhibit opens

April 24th, 2015 Comments Off on Spring 2015 MSU Graphic Design BFA Senior Exhibit opens

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The Mississippi State University Graphic Design Senior BFA Portfolio Exhibit will be open to the public from Tues., April 28th through Fri., May 8th 2015 at the Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery.

The title of this year’s show is “Offset.” The public is invited to a reception honoring 23 graduating seniors beginning at 5 p.m. on Tues., April 28th at the Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery. A wide array of portfolio work including: posters, illustration, packaging, editorial design, typography, advertising design, visual identity design, web design, video work, and self-promotional materials will be displayed throughout the week-long exhibit. In addition to physical displays of work, the students’ portfolio books will be available to view the night of the reception. Visit the “Offest” senior portfolio website www.offsetmsu.com for a preview.

In addition to viewing wonderful design, visitors to the reception will enjoy free coffee, food and refreshments provided by City Bagel.

To come up with their theme, the student designers drew from two different definitions of the word offset. One definition means to create an equal balance between two things, and the other references a specific style of printing through plate impressions. Drawing from both meanings, the students created an environment that showcases their individual styles and collective talent all the while giving those who attend a chance to create a little artwork of their own.

The Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery is located on the second floor of the MSU Welcome Center next to Barnes and Noble. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. For more information, contact the Department of Art at 662.325.2970.

The MSU Graphic Design Program is in the MSU Department of Art within the College of Architecture, Art and Design. In August of 2009, the program was featured in an article and name one of HOW Magazine’s three design schools that “should be on your radar.” For more information, contact Professor Jamie Mixon, graphic design coordinator at 662.325.1904.

The MSU Graphic Design Program continues to mold its students into excellent designers and prepares them for life after college. This semester of students is truly exceptional, so come check out their excellent work!

Graduating BFA Graphic Design Seniors:

Dominique Belcher
Ocean Springs
“I love the Lord, I love design, and I love people.”

Lauren Blalock
Olive Branch
“I haven’t yet crowd surfed in a sea of concert goers, but I have traveled to many far away places and create a lot of design for both myself and others. My two sisters have my whole heart, and I find humor in almost everything, even in the most awkward encounters. Lastly, I’ve made it my life’s goal to be as creative as possible toward everything I endeavor, so check me out at laurenblalockdesigns.com.”

Rebecca Brannen
Memphis, TN
Aside from things graphic design, she enjoys making and listening to music, watching YouTube videos, reading good books and traveling.

Joseph Cain
Kosciusko
“I am just a guy who is searching for purpose in his love for creating. Although usually through digital mediums, my love for learning embraces any new mode of creation.”

JD Cox
Tupelo
He’s a lot more than just a pretty face. He loves simple, thoughtful, purposeful design. He enjoys tacos, good conversation with nice people, motorcycles and his dog, Dempsey.

Patrick Finch
Clinton
“I believe that imagination is a gift that is flourished by traveling.”

Trey Hardin
Hattiesburg
When he’s not busy with his pursuits as a coffee mastermind, Trey works to create clean, versatile design. His vibrant personality leads him to create – and often entertaining – pieces that reflect his demeanor.

Caleb Hunt
Columbus
He likes drawing comics, superheroes and stuff.

Britney Johnson
Bay St. Louis
“They say if you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. If that’s the case, I’m looking forward to a lifetime of obsessing over pixels, drinking more coffee than any normal person should, spending way too much time choosing a typeface and loving every single minute of it.”

Justin Ladner
Long Beach
Since attending MSU he has come to enjoy the many aspects of design as well as Bulldog baseball.

Sydney Lesniewski
Ocean Springs
“When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and I could say, ‘I used everything you gave me’.”

Kaitlyn Lincoln
Starkville
“I keep my nails painted black and my bunny glowing white. I’m obsessed with collecting prints and posters, trying out new restaurants, and figuring out people’s life stories. I love sneaking outside food into movie theaters, going through old pictures and correcting everyone’s grammatical mistakes.”

Katelyn Napier
Madison
She has a passion for illustration and loves to travel and collect vinyl toys.

Tucker Napier
Tupelo
“Tucker loves hard-driving, straight-ahead bluegrass music, sweet biscuits baked golden-brown, outdoor adventures, and the occasional barrage of multisyllabic words!”

Anna Leigh Richards
Fayette, AL
Hand lettering, pugs and Mountain Dew help her get through her day.

Mickenzie Robbins
Tyler, TX
I like exploring big cities, hanging out with bunnies, and designing packaging.

Victoria Sharp
Memphis, TN
She has fervent love for design and all things artsy. She is entertained by satire, Internet humor and puns and is fascinated by space, science and technology. Skeptical by nature, you can often find her listening to Coast to Coast AM and various fringe podcasts.

Lilly Scheibelhut
Memphis, TN
“Graphic design and Harry Potter. What else do you need?”

Kimberlin Singletary
Crystal Springs
She likes cats, pizza, kayaking and finding inspiration in everything around me.

Stephanie Travis
Meridian
She splendidly sires strong sill schemes.

Blair Toney
Brandon
She’s an avid fashion lover who’s obsessed with elephants, the city and her little pup, Reese! She’s drawn to simple, clean design and digs awesome typography.

TJ Vaught
Pass Christian
“Life is better with improv.”

Maura Worch
Ocean Springs
She is always looking for a new place to travel and a good book to read. She loves Star Wars, dogs and the color yellow.

Read the story on MSU’s site.

Last ‘One Night Only’ exhibit for the semester this Friday

April 20th, 2015 Comments Off on Last ‘One Night Only’ exhibit for the semester this Friday

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Department of Art partners with T.K. Martin Center for exhibition

April 20th, 2015 Comments Off on Department of Art partners with T.K. Martin Center for exhibition

Mississippi State’s T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability recently presented a collaborative exhibit in the Martha Lipsey Art Gallery.

The exhibit, “Express Ourselves: An Exhibit of Creative Diversity,” was a collaboration between EXPRESS Yourself artists (T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability) and MSU students representing the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Architecture, Art, and Design.

MSU Art student/EXPRESS Yourself artist partnerships
Professor: Brent Funderburk

Art student 
McKinnon Herring
Lorianna Livingston
Charley Walker
Gerard Woods
Casey Jennings
Jessica Kent (Interior Design major)
Kendell Rogers
Randi Watson
EY artist
Mark S. Jones
Amanda Williams
Candace Stephenson
Monica Herard
Ashley Bass
Thalamus Brown
Shannon Herod
Demetria Gilbert

Interior Design Color & Lighting Course: Portable Lamps
Faculty: Robin Carroll

Erin Bristol
Anabel Wilson
Mackenzie Pettit
Chelsea Harrell
Anna Strohm
Victoria Owchar
Kindyl Black
Cheyenne Underwood 

Interior Design Furniture Design Couse: Chairs
Professor: William Riehm

Emily Robinson (interior design) & Erica Cox (Architecture)
Caroline Riley (interior design) & Lorianna Baker (Architecture)
Marguerite Johnson (interior design) & Chelsea Harrell (interior design)
Jessica Kent (interior design) & Tyler Warmath (Architecture)
Erin Bristol (interior design) & William Tonos (Architecture)
Mary Whitney Evins (interior design) & Mary Sanders (Architecture)
Emily Hardin (interior design) & Trey Hardin (Graphic Design)
Kindyl Black (interior design) & Xiaoling Zhou (Franklin Furniture Institute)

Made possible by support from the Mississippi Arts Commission

Read more about the exhibit.

See more photos via Professor Brent Funderburk on Facebook.

Longtime MSU faculty artist garners major new recognition

April 17th, 2015 Comments Off on Longtime MSU faculty artist garners major new recognition

"Infusion" by MSU art professor Brent Funderburk recently was honored by the International Society of Acrylic Painters.

“Infusion” by MSU art professor Brent Funderburk recently was honored by the International Society of Acrylic Painters.

By Sasha Steinberg | Mississippi State University

Five works by a veteran Mississippi State artist and faculty member are receiving major recognition.

All part of university professor Brent Funderburk’s “New Solar Myths” collection, they are featured images in the spring issue of Creative Quarterly: The Journal of Art and Design. The mixed media pieces are titled “Palladio’s Dream,” “Palladio’s New Myth,” “Before the Fall,” “Hypnopompic,” “True Myths” and “Beauty is Not Enough.”

Of the 25 artists judged worthy of inclusion in the publication’s professional fine art category, Funderburk is one of only four to have five separate pieces selected. This is the fourth time his creations have appeared in what recently was named “one of the top 100 art and design publications in the world.”

British painter Nathan Walsh was juror for the latest issue of CQJ that may be viewed at www.cqjournal.com.

“Palladio’s New Myth” and another Funderburk watercolor painting titled “Infusion” recently were recognized by the International Society of Acrylic Painters. Both pieces were accepted into the organization’s sixth annual International Open Online Show, with “Infusion” receiving the Strathmore Artist Paper & Creative Catalyst Award.

Canadian artist Linda Kemp served as juror for that exhibition. For more, see www.ISAP.com.

Funderburk is a North Carolina native who has taught at MSU since 1982. Over the decades, he has been honored by the university with the John Grisham Faculty Excellence and Burlington Northern Teaching Excellence awards.

A fine arts graduate of East Carolina University, he is a former MSU art department head who currently serves as its fine-arts thesis coordinator. Painting survey, watercolor, watermedia, senior thesis and advanced studio are among courses he has taught.

Funderburk’s works have been exhibited nationally and internationally. In 2010, he was named official artist for the Jackson-based USA International Ballet Competition. For additional biographical information, visit www.brentfunderburk.com.

In addition to Barnes & Noble and other major retail bookstores, Creative Quarterly may be purchased online at www.CQJournal.com.

Art student wins $10,000 prize during E-Week

April 15th, 2015 Comments Off on Art student wins $10,000 prize during E-Week

(photo by Adrienne Callander)

(photo by Adrienne Callander)

Twenty-five Mississippi State students are winners of the university’s fourth annual “Investing in Innovation,” or I-3 Day.

Organized by the university’s Office of Technology Management and Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center, the annual conference that also is part of Entrepreneurship Week hosted student business plan competitions, with cash awards totaling more than $39,000. Judged by 30 industry-respected leaders from companies all across the region, business model pitches were evaluated on company technology, management, financials, and market.

“We have so much positive momentum because of a great team we have at so many different levels that is committed to strive for excellence and innovation,” said MSU Vice President for Research and Economic Development David R. Shaw. “I am certainly proud of the innovation atmosphere and spirit that we’re continuing to encourage and see thrive here at Mississippi State University.”

MSU Vice President for Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine Gregory Bohach also congratulated the innovators being recognized and expressed appreciation for the administrative support of deans, directors and department heads, as well as the offices of Research and Economic Development and Technology Management.

“Today is the culmination of many years of research, scholarly activity, and hard work. At Mississippi State, we do a really good job of translating our research and scholarly activities to benefit the citizens of Mississippi and the world. I really appreciate all that you all do and thank you for the teamwork that you display,” he said.

Gary Butler, chairman and CEO of Camgian Microsystems, was the event’s keynote speaker. Recently ranked in the 50 Most Promising Internet of Things Companies, Butler’s company was founded in 2006 with the vision of becoming a leader in combining innovative technologies in the areas of low-power microelectronics, sensors, wireless communications and data analysis to provide valuable decision analytics for customers in the government and commercial markets.

“What is the secret sauce to building a great company?” Butler first asked the entrepreneurial students in the audience.

While he agreed that “people,” “hustle,” “fix a problem,” “satisfy customers,” “patience,” “passion,” and “cash flow” all are important, Butler told the students that the key component is culture, which is the by-product of core values.

“If you’re starting a company today, the most important thing is that you establish those core values because culture is the unique thing that will make you different in the market,” he said. “Your company ultimately will become the manifestation of your core values.”

Butler discussed the three core values and resulting culture that he and his Camgian team implement every day.

“Our core values are based around three concepts: team, no quit, and playing to win. When we talk about team, we talk about it in the context of three components–having clear roles and responsibilities, clear goals and metrics, and most importantly, accountability,” said the University of Cambridge engineering doctoral graduate.

Having team members ask themselves whether they are “playing to win” drives a new degree of urgency and ambition around the Camgian organization, Butler said.

Butler, who also holds a Tulane University bachelor’s and Vanderbilt University master’s degree in mechanical engineering, reminded audience members that “success is ultimately built on failure.”

“What’s important is not that you fail. It’s what you learn from failure that’s important,” he emphasized when explaining the importance of having a “no quit” mentality. “When I first started the company, my focus really was around strategy and execution. What I quickly learned was that culture is the engine that drives performance of the organization, and you’ve got to get that right from the very beginning.”

2015 Entrepreneurship Week student winners from the startup competitions include:

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia–Kylie D. Hayes, a senior business administration major, first place, Conceptual (I) Startup Competition, as well as second place, Final Startup Competition, both for Kylight.

BLUE SPRINGS–Aleksander Sina, a junior chemical engineering/biomolecular engineering major, first place, Post-Revenue Startup competition, for Tortilleria San Felipe.

BRANDON–Jarred C. Creel, a junior architecture major, second place, Prototype (II) Startup Competition, for ArcFolio; and Taylor A. Lee, a senior business administration major, second place and People’s Choice Award, E-Commerce Competition, for StruggleBusBox.com.

BROOKHAVEN–John C. Mooney, a senior marketing major, first place, Student Elevator Pitch Competition, for Consumables.

COLLIERVILLE, Tennessee–Lisa N. Hankes, a senior communication/public relations major, Conceptual (I) Startup Competition People’s Choice Award, for Quill Club.

COLUMBUS–Thomas K. Fitzner, a senior marketing/international business and foreign language/French double-major, first place, E-Commerce Competition, for FestiFix.com; Andrew S. Smith, a sophomore business administration/international business and foreign language/Spanish double-major, People’s Choice Award, Prototype (II) Startup competition, for I Wish It Was Real; and Hagan D. Walker, a senior electrical engineering major, first place, Prototype (II) Startup Competition, as well as first place and People’s Choice Award, Final Startup Competition, all for Vibe.

CUMMING, Georgia–Emilee E. Arnold, a junior marketing major, second place and People’s Choice Award, E-Commerce Competition, for StruggleBusBox.com.

HATTIESBURG–Landon L. Dale, a junior business information systems major, Conceptual (I) Startup Competition People’s Choice Award, for Quill Club.

HOOVER, Alabama–Daniel S. Crist, a senior electrical engineering major, second place, Prototype (I) Startup Competition, for Akimbo Games.

JACKSON–Ankit S. “Keith” Kakadia, a senior marketing major, People’s Choice Award, Post-Revenue Startup Competition, for Advertees.

PASCAGOULA–Katherine L. “Kaylie” Mitchell, a fine arts/graphic design major, first place, Prototype (II) Startup Competition, first place and People’s Choice Award, Final Startup Competition, as well as People’s Choice Award, Student Elevator Pitch Competition, all for Vibe.

PETAL–Cody Smith, a senior electrical engineering major, second place, Prototype (I) Startup Competition, for Akimbo Games.

SAINT CHARLES, Missouri–Curtis M. Reed, a junior architecture major, second place, Prototype (II) Startup Competition, for ArcFolio.

SOUTHAVEN–Julie N. Burke, a junior business administration major, second place and People’s Choice Award, E-Commerce Competition, for StruggleBusBox.com.

STARKVILLE– Ben Bailey, a senior management/international business and foreign language/Spanish double-major, first place, Conceptual (II) Startup competition, for Shot Swap; William C. Sanders, a kinesiology/sports administration master’s student, first place and a People’s Choice Award, Prototype (I) Startup Competition, for Xchange Group of MS; Andrew S. Stamps, a computer science doctoral student, second-place, Conceptual (I) Startup Competition, for 2D Knights; and Trey P. Wallace, a freshman computer engineering major, first place, Conceptual (II) Startup competition, for Shot Swap.

TOWN CREEK, Alabama–Claire Wilson, a senior communication/public relations major, second place and People’s Choice Award, E-Commerce Competition, for StruggleBusBox.com.

VARDAMAN–Alejandro Gracia, a senior business administration/international business and foreign language/Spanish double-major, first place, Post-Revenue Startup competition, for Tortilleria San Felipe.

VICKSBURG–Matt Waddle, a junior mechanical engineering major, second place and a People’s Choice Award, Conceptual (II) Startup competition, for Glassio; second place, Student Elevator Pitch Competition, for Squares.

WOODSTOCK, Georgia–Justin J. Stanfill, a junior management major, second place, Post-Revenue Startup competition, for Stanny’s Tackle Co.

MSU Entrepreneurship Week 2015 and I-3 Day was made possible by Tellus Operating Group, LLC; Talos Energy, LLC; MSU alumnus Mark Dumas; Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell and Berkowitz, PC; and MSU’s Thad Cochran Endowment for Entrepreneurship, College of Business, and James Worth Bagley College of Engineering.

For more “Entrepreneurship Week” or “I-3 Day” information, contact Eric Hill, program manager for the university’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, at 662-325-3521 or ehill@ecenter.msstate.edu.

The center is a university-wide resource committed to creating a culture of entrepreneurial activity, providing means to support business start-ups with awards, providing business planning and mentoring with MSU partners, creating an alumni network of entrepreneurs, and partnering with private businesses to expand opportunities.

Learn more about the E-Center at ecenter.msstate.edu, facebook.com/msstateecenter, twitter.com/MSStateECenter, and instagram.com/msstateecenter; the Office of Technology Management at iptl.msstate.edu.
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