Research - Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering - Bagley College of Engineering

MSU Bagley College of Engineering celebrates annual research achievements

December 9, 2022

Congratulations to Katelyn Woodard, a Spring 2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium Winner in the Physical Sciences and Engineering Category!

Katelyn Woodard  (senior, Chemical Engineering) – A Radical Library: Cataloging Radiation Yield of Acrylates Undergoing Electron-beam Polymerization (Faculty Member: Dr. Julie Jessop – Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering)        

April 22, 2022

Research Experience for Undergraduates application now live!

February 11, 2022

ChE professor leading NSF-funded effort to boost computational molecular sciences education

October 6, 2021

Chemical engineering undergraduate research assistants make a strong showing at the 2021 Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium

Chemical engineering undergraduate students and their faculty advisors have been busy with research endeavors over the summer.  On August 4th, they showcased their results at the 2021 Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium, which was hosted by MSU’s Judy & Bobby Shackouls Honors College.  Over 100 posters were presented by undergraduate research assistants, and CHE students received…

August 10, 2021

Register now for the Swalm Research Symposium

The Swalm Research Symposium will highlight current research activities in the Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering within Mississippi State’s Bagley College of Engineering. The agenda will include oral presentations by graduate students and postdoctoral researchers as well as a poster session by undergraduate researchers.

July 15, 2021

Undergraduate Research Highlight – Produced Water Treatment Research

Dr. Maryam Mirabolghasemi, an assistant professor in the Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering, and Clayton Dickerson, a recent graduate with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering, created a case study of oilwell produced water treatment, comparing the economics of modern treatment technologies and beneficial reuse of the high-salinity water to the deep well disposal…

June 15, 2021

Mississippi State researchers report breakthrough polymer study in Science Advances journal

July 9, 2019

Scottish engineering firm renews $2 million software donation

October 5, 2018

Girl Scout Engineering Day 2018

By: Rhiannon Davidson  Currently, women hold only 24% of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)-related jobs1. To help balance these areas, the MSU chapter of AIChE holds an annual Girl Scouts Engineering Day. AIChE hopes that by exploring various STEM disciplines, young girls will be encouraged to pursue STEM-related degrees in the future. On January 27,…

March 7, 2018