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Annual Research Report I am pleased to present the 2016 annual report for the Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State University. We have had another tremendous year, highlighted by our continued growth in student enrollment. We now have a total of 4,457 students enrolled within the college – 3,792 undergraduates and 665 graduate students – both all-time highs. Those students come from 43 U.S. states and more than 40 countries around the world. We are also proud of our diversity within the college, which has one of the highest rates of minority enrollment in the southeast. More than 26 percent of our students are minorities and our biological engineering department now has a female student enrollment of over 50%. Our faculty continue to remain productive in research. Our mechanical engineering (24th), aerospace engineering (37th), electrical engineering (49th) and computer science (50th) departments were all ranked in the Top 50 for research and development expenditures nationwide by the National Science Foundation. We are in the process of developing two new bachelor’s degree programs. We have reintroduced the petroleum engineering program with a focus on reservoir engineering while also upgrading our biomedical engineering concentration into a full-fledged degree program. Our growth includes expanding enrollment at our Gulf Coast campus, offering mechanical and electrical engineering classes as part of a unique collaboration with Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. In addition, we are continuing to develop our international partnership with the Kingdom of Morocco, having hosted a total of over 40 students from the Université Internationale de Rabat who were on campus to pursue graduate degrees. Our graduate distance program has received national recognition and was ranked 7th in the nation by U.S. News and World Report in 2016. I am proud of the faculty, staff, students, and alumni of the Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State University. Their work continues to make our way of life better. The stories in this annual research report illustrate just a small collection of the impact that the Bagley College of Engineering is making.

Jason M. Keith Dean and Professor Earnest W. and Mary Ann Deavenport, Jr. Chair


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Designer: Kristen Polk Editor: Philip Allison Writers: Philip Allison, Amanda Meeler, Devin Edgar, Jailaih Gowdy

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04 Degree Programs and Certificate Programs 05 College Leadership 06 Bagley in the News: 2016 12 Enrollment 17 Elliott Johnson: Proving that hard work – and a little bit of luck – often pays off

20 Engineering the Tailgate of the Future 22 Research Partners & Companies 24 2016 Research Overview

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Natwar "Nate" Patel: A trip down memory lane Legacy of Leadership Old Main Society Infinitely Supporting the Bagley College College Funds Raised

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College Leadership Dean Jason Keith

keith@bagley.msstate.edu

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs James Warnock

Director of Development

W. Bennett Evans Director of Diversity & Student Programs

Angela Verdell

jwarnock@bagley.msstate.edu

K-12 Outreach Director

Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies Kari Babski-Reeves

Vemitra White

kari@bagley.msstate.edu

Undergraduate Coordinator

Robert A. Green Manager of Graduate and Distance Education Programs

Josie Guerry International Programs

Galyna Melnychuk Technical Communications Coordinator

John W. Brocato Business Manager

Carol J. Martin

Aerospace Engineering Davy Belk davy.belk@ae.msstate.edu

662.325.3623

Agricultural and Biological Engineering Jonathan Pote jpote@abe.msstate.edu

662.325.3570

Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering Bill Elmore elmore@che.msstate.edu

662.325.2480

Civil and Environmental Engineering Dennis D. Truax truax@cee.msstate.edu

662.325.7187

Computer Science and Engineering Donna Reese dreese@cse.msstate.edu

662.325.2756

Electrical and Computer Engineering Nicolas H. Younan younan@ece.msstate.edu

662.325.3912

Industrial and Systems Engineering John Usher usher@ise.msstate.edu

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Certificate Programs

Aerospace Engineering, ASE (B.S., M.S.) Biological Engineering, BE (B.S., M.S.) Biomedical Engineering, BME (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.) Chemical Engineering, ChE (B.S., M.S.) Civil Engineering, CE (B.S., M.S.) Computational Engineering, CME (M.S., Ph.D.) Computer Engineering, CPE (B.S.) Computer Science, CS (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.) Electrical Engineering, EE (B.S.) Electrical & Computer Engineering, ECPE (M.S., Ph.D.) Engineering (Ph.D.) - Concentrations below Aerospace Engineering, ASE Applied Physics, APHY Biological Engineering, BE Chemical Engineering, ChE Civil Engineering, CE Mechanical Engineering, ME Industrial Engineering, IE (B.S., M.S.) Industrial and Systems Engineering, ISE (Ph.D.) Master of Engineering, ENGR Mechanical Engineering, ME (B.S., M.S.) Petroleum Engineering, PE (B.S.) Software Engineering, SE (B.S.)

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Bagley in the News: 2016 February 15

Bagley summer camp teaches cybersecurity skills to teens Bulldog Bytes, a summer camp created by the Bagley College of Engineering, teaches junior high and high school students about cybersecurity and programming skills.

February 18

BCoE introduces Engineering Living Learning Community for incoming freshmen The Bagley College of Engineering unveiled its Engineering Living Learning Community, a program designed to increase retention rates of freshman engineering majors by providing on-site academic advising and engineering-specific study spaces.

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March 22

ME faculty named ASEE Outstanding New Teacher Alta Knizley has been named the American Society for Engineering Education Southeastern Section’s Outstanding New Teacher.

March 23

BCoE senior honored by Mississippi Engineering Society Senior Emily Mealins, a biological engineering major from Chelsea, Alabama, was awarded the Outstanding Engineering Senior Award at the annual Mississippi Engineering Society conference in Jackson.

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CEE faculty member recognized by national engineering society Assistant professor Veera Gnanewswar Gude was awarded the Outstanding New Faculty Researcher Award by the American Society for Engineering Education’s Southeastern Section.

April 29

NSBE chapter at Mississippi State earns national awards Mississippi State’s chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers won three awards at the organization’s national conference in Boston. The MSU delegation won NBSE Chapter of the Year, while MSU student Jamel Alexander received the Mike Schinn Distinguished Member of the Year Award. Chapter president Asha Earle received the President’s Visionary Award.

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Bagley department head named ASEE Fellow Department head and professor in computer engineering, Donna Reese, was selected as a Fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education.

June 28

MSU app developer helps new students as they join the Bulldog family Electrical engineering major Terence Williams developed an app called “Bully Walk,” designed to help new students and campus visitors find different locations on campus.

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Lei Chen, an assistant mechanical engineering professor, received a 2016-17 Southeastern Conference Visiting Faculty Travel Grant. He will visit the University of Georgia’s Mechanical Engineering Department to enhance research collaboration on materials between both departments.

Chevron announced their continued support of Mississippi State and the Bagley College of Engineering with a $360,000 gift which is part of a three-year commitment of $1,080,000 that will support several programs within the college.

ME faculty member selected for SEC grant

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MSU’s Team Xipiter soars at UAS competition A group of Mississippi State students won sixth place overall in the 14th annual Student Unmanned Air System Competition in Patuxent, Maryland.

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Chevron invests in Mississippi State Engineering

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ChE student earns academic scholarship Chemical engineering student Priscilla Symmes was honored with the Captain Kent R. Siegel Memorial Scholarship Award from the USS Little Rock Association. The $1,000 scholarship is given to descendants of former crewmen of the USS Little Rock. www.bagley.msstate.edu


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Scotland-based engineering firm Petroleum Experts (Petex) donated more than $2 million worth of new software to MSU’s Swalm School of Chemical Engineering. The software will be used by students in the petroleum engineering program for educational training.

The MSU chapter of Engineers Without BordersUSA completed the installation of nine water wells in Simwatachela, Zambia, that will provide clean drinking water to 10,000 people in rural communities.

Scottish engineering firm donates $2 million worth of software products

MSU Engineers Without Borders completes implementation of 9 water wells in Zambia

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MSU researchers awarded NSF grant to encourage women in computing The National Science Foundation awarded a $300,000 grant to Mississippi State researchers, in efforts to identify factors that may influence female and African American students from Mississippi to enroll in an undergraduate engineering or science-based computer major.

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Kari Babski-Reeves, Bagley’s associate dean of research and graduate studies, was invited to serve on the Center for Disease Control’s National Occupational Research Agency Musculoskeletal Health Council.

Mississippi State’s Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems Extension will lead a team of seven centers and agencies aiming to use a $490,000 grant to help spur job growth and economic development in south Mississippi.

BCoE associate dean named to CDC council

Mississippi State wins grant to help spur job growth and economic development

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ASPIRE program receives funding from NSF grant ASPIRE received a grant from the National Science Foundation to help support the education and development of 36 Bagley College of Engineering students over the next five years. ASPIRE fellows will each receive a $2,500 scholarship for up to eight semesters and will be able to network with industry professionals.

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Highest ranked undergraduate engineering program in the state.* Ranked 7th nationally for online graduate engineering programs for 2016.* Received more than $40 million in grants in 2016. Our students come from 43 U.S. states and more than 40 countries around the world.

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E lliott J ohnson : P roving that hard a little bit of luck – often pays off It’s not very often that college professors encourage their students to skip out on studying. But on the evening of Thursday, Oct. 1, 1992, Elliott Johnson and his classmates knew better than to even try to get into the chemical engineering labs at Mississippi State. “The football team played Florida on a Thursday night and our professors basically told us they were going to lock us out of the building,” Johnson said. “They really pushed us to be good students, but they also wanted us to enjoy our time on campus. That was one of the biggest football games in school history. I have a lot of great memories of being a student at Mississippi State, but that’s one of the best.” And with good reason. That night produced one of the all-time great Bulldog football victories – a 30-6 triumph over a highlyranked Gator squad in a game that was televised across the country on ESPN. Johnson spent plenty of other nights studying, though, and also took advantage of Mississippi State’s co-op program during his time as an undergraduate. He spent multiple semesters gaining valuable experience with Eastman Chemical in Kingsport, Tennessee, and was selected as a Kodak Scholar. After graduating with a degree in chemical engineering in 1993, Johnson parlayed that experience into a full-time job with the company. Bagley College of Engineering

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He spent several years with Eastman in a variety of operations, engineering, maintenance and research roles, earning a patent for his work in developing a unique scrubber system that helps eliminate more than 400 tons of emissions from the atmosphere each year. He even met his wife Angela during his time in east Tennessee, herself a University of Tennessee chemical engineering grad. In 1998, Johnson joined Chevron Chemical, and has steadily risen through the ranks in his almost 20 years with the company. Most recently, he was promoted to plant manager at Chevron Phillips’ Orange Plant in Orange, Texas. In that role, Johnson is responsible for the operation of two polyethylene units, rail logistics operations, maintenance and a full-scale laboratory. He oversees a workforce of 150 Chevron Phillips employees and more than 25 contract employees.

“Our professors treated us like family in many ways. They were always there to help when we needed it.

He had previously served as operations manager at Chevron Phillips’ Pasadena Plastics Complex in Pasadena, Texas, where he helped the plant reach its production goal of more than 2.1 billion pounds of final polyethylene products. “I am grateful for the experience I had at Eastman, but I got an opportunity to join Chevron and thought it was a good fit and a great career opportunity,” Johnson said. “Chevron really promotes teamwork, which is something that is very important to me.” 18

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In an engineering career that spans more than 25 years, hard work and teamwork have been constants for Johnson. But he also admits that his start in engineering was the result of a little luck. Like many kids approaching college age, back in 1986, Johnson had a hard time deciding where to go to school and what to study. Having just finished his junior year at Rosedale High School in Rosedale, Miss., he had a love of math and science and good grades but couldn’t quite figure out what path to pursue. “I worked at the soda counter in an old-fashioned, familyowned drug store, making things like milkshakes, coke floats and sundaes,” Johnson said. “The owner knew I made very good grades in chemistry and math so he introduced me to pharmacy. He and his daughter were both Ole Miss pharmacy school grads.” Johnson also had a teacher at Rosedale High School who talked to him about careers in engineering. He attended the Minority Introduction to Engineering program at Mississippi State in the summer of 1986 and came away impressed. But still undecided. “I looked at the pros and cons of both pharmacy and engineering,” Johnson said. “I talked to family and teachers to get their input. I knew both were good options and I just had a hard time deciding.” In the end, Johnson flipped a coin, and, luckily for MSU and the engineering profession, it landed on chemical engineering. “I really enjoyed my years at Mississippi State,” Johnson said. “Our professors treated us like family in many ways. They were always there to help when we needed it. But they also made sure that we worked hard and really learned how to be good engineers. I’ve been fortunate that my hard work has paid off.” www.bagley.msstate.edu


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E ngineering the T ailgate of the F uture Take a walk through the Junction on any Mississippi State football Saturday, and you’re likely to notice the variety of sights and sounds associated with tailgating. Tents and grills are ubiquitous but you’ll soon likely notice the hum of countless generators as Bulldog fans seek to power everything from televisions to crock pots to fans. At one football game this past fall, however, a group of Bagley College of Engineering students proved that you may one day be able to ditch that noisy gas-powered generator in favor of quieter, more environmentally friendly power sources. “One of the goals of our chapter is to focus more on alternative energy sources,” said Jeff Steinwinder, a senior civil engineering student and vice president of Mississippi State’s chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. “It’s definitely an up-andcoming topic in the engineering field. As we talked about ways we could implement greener technologies, we came up with the idea of powering a tailgate with alternative energy.” The group studied renewable power options within their budget and set up a 500-watt system that included a 15-foot tall wind turbine and a 4x2-foot solar panel before the Bulldogs’ November 19 game against Arkansas. The two generators charged a battery, which then fed electricity through an inverter to power lights, a phone charging station and a set of speakers.

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The dual generator set-up proved to be ideal as the wind was more prevalent early in the day, while the sun came out from behind overcast skies later in the afternoon. The system charged 30 cell phones throughout the day, speakers for about six hours and lights for three hours after the sun went down. And during approximately eight hours of tailgating, the set up only experienced one drop in voltage. Thanks to grants from Southern Company and the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, the ASCE chapter created their renewable energy tailgate for about $850. They also took advantage of green-certified lumber donated from a biosustainability project in Mississippi State’s forestry department. “All of the equipment we used is commercially available,” Steinwinder said. “And it cost less than purchasing a new generator, which can run in the $1200 range.”

With football season in the rearview mirror, the group is continuing to study alternative power options in hopes of improving their tailgate set up for 2017 and beyond. “For our first time setting up a system like this, I would say it was very successful,” Steinwinder said. “Hopefully we can set up for more than one game next year and continue to grow the project.” And with any luck, thanks to their work, tailgating might just become greener – and maybe even a little bit quieter – in the future. Bagley College of Engineering

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Research Partners & Companies ABB Corporate Research Center Aetos Systems, Incorporated Agriculture Marketing Service (USDA) Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) (USAF) Air Squared, Inc. American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA APHIS) AOVET Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Foundation Argonne National Laboratory Army Engineer Research and Development Center (DOD ARMY) ATA Engineering, Incorporated Bechtel National Incorporated Boeing Company BP America Camgian Microsystems Corporation Carbon-Carbon Advanced Technologies Incorporated (C-CAT) Circadence

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Clarkson Aerospace Corporation Colorado School of Mines Columbus Municipal School Conservation International Cotton Incorporated Dow AgroSciences, LLC Dynamic Research Corporation Eaton Engility Engineering Research & Development Center (ERDC) (DOD) Entergy Services, Incorporated Ergon, Inc. Federal Aviation Administration (US DOT) (FAA) FedEx Corporation General Motors Research and Development Gulf of Mexico Alliance Hydrate Dynamics Corporation Innovate Mississippi Jackson State University Karagozian & Case Korea Institute of Industrial Technology Leidos

Lockheed Martin Corporation Mississippi Board/Licensure/ Professional Engineers/Surveyors Mississippi Concrete Industries Association (MCIA) Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (MDMR) Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board Mississippi State Board of Contractors Missouri University of Science and Technology MSU - Research and Technology Corporation (MSU-RTC) National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) www.bagley.msstate.edu


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National Center for Women and Information Technology National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (DOC) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)(DOC) National Science Foundation (NSF) National Security Agency (NSA) Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) (DOD) Navitas Advanced Solutions Group Neany Inc. Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) (DOE) Office of Naval Research Old Dominion University Paragon Technical Services, Incorporated Pelican River Watershed District Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne, Inc. Precision Hawk USA, Incorporated Securboration Selex Galileo Inc. Southern States, LLC Bagley College of Engineering

State of Mississippi Office of the Governor Steel Dynamics Inc. STRIDE-Southeastern Trans Research, Innovation, Dev & Ed Ctr Tetra Research Corporation Textron Systems Threat Systems Management Office (US Army) United Silicon Carbide United States Air Force (USAF) (DOD) United States Army Corps of Engineers United States Army Research Office (ARMY) (ARO) (DOD) United States Department of Defense (US DOD) United States Department of Education (US DOEd) United States Department of Energy (DOE) United States Department of Homeland Security (US DHS)

United States Department of Transportation Fed Highway Admin (DOT) United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) United States Fish and Wildlife Service (DOI USFWS) United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) United States Navy Universal Technology Corporation University of Florida University of Mississippi University of Southern California University of Southern Mississippi (USM) US Air Force Office of Scientific Research (USAF OSR) USDA Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) USDA Foreign Agriculture Service (FAS) USDA-National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA-NIFA) 2016 Annual Report

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2016 Research Overview Proposals Proposals (#) ($)

Awards Awards (#) ($)

DOD

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$ 20,303,975 19

$ 12,806,687

NASA

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$

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NSF

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$ 34,859,125 17 Government

$ 3,503,625

NOAA

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$ 38,730,738 2

$ 6,654,614

EPA

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$ 9,951,234 DOD

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$ 12,809,409 2

$ 2,260,205

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N atwar “N ate ” P atel : A trip down memory lane Many people may not remember the first time they set foot on their college campus. Was it for a campus visit as a high school student? Perhaps it was a summer orientation session. Maybe it was the day they moved into their dorm as a freshman. But for Natwar “Nate” Patel, the story of his first day – well, night really – at Mississippi State is one of those indelible memories that he’ll never forget. It was early January of 1969, and Patel had just flown halfway around the world from his home in Sola, a small town in the Indian state of Gujarat. He had chosen to study at Mississippi State based on its nuclear engineering curriculum and in part because he thought the campus looked nice in a brochure he had seen. “We took a cab from the airport in Columbus after having spent all day flying,” Patel said. “I didn’t speak very good English at the time and the cab just dropped us off on campus in the middle of the night.” Not only was it the middle of the night, it was the tail end of the winter break

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between semesters. Campus was essentially empty. He tried to get into a couple of buildings, only to find them locked. And it probably goes without saying that he didn’t know anyone in town.

Patel eventually settled into his own dorm room in Garner Hall and into the campus and Starkville communities. He was connected to a host family who treated him like one of their own. He spent holidays with them and learned to love chicken. “I was amazed that a program like that existed but also very grateful,” Patel said. “It made my transition to campus and to the U.S. so much easier. Their support meant so much to me.” Patel’s goal was to study nuclear engineering, and Mississippi State was one of only a small handful of colleges who offered the program at the time. Once on campus, he focused on his classes and worked a few hours a week as a research assistant for one of his professors to make a little extra money. Most of that work involved doing research in the library, and he earned about $7 per week – about $45 per week in today’s money. “Nuclear engineering was very challenging,” Patel said. “I didn’t go out much,” he added with a smile. After graduating, he moved to Chicago but he faced a few additional challenges, not the least of which was the fact that he wasn’t an American citizen. “When I graduated, most of the companies who hired nuclear engineers required U.S. citizenship,” Patel said. “I did some odd Bagley College of Engineering

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jobs to make ends meet. I was a baggage loader and a ticket agent at Trailways Bus Company in Chicago.� But the hard work and his patience eventually paid off. In 1976, he was hired as an engineer at Abbott Laboratories and worked his way up to a manufacturing supervisor position. A few years later, he moved to research and development where he designed and modified a wide range of disposable intravenous medical devices. He also co-patented a non-PVC disposable IV device. All told, he spent 27 years with Abbott Laboratories. And he became a U.S. citizen in 1982.

“I was amazed that a program like that existed but also very grateful.

Even though he would occasionally talk about his time at State, he hadn’t been back to campus in nearly 45 years. So, for his 70th birthday, his family planned a surprise trip for him. This past October, Patel and his wife Devi, along with their three children and spouses and his three grandchildren, visited campus for a trip down memory lane. Thankfully, this time there was no need to hail down a passing security guard. After a visit to 28

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“I really enjoyed my time here,” Patel said. “Campus has changed a lot but it’s still a beautiful place. I’m grateful for my time here. Mississippi State opened a lot of doors for me.”

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the engineering buildings and a tour of campus – including a stop at the MAFES store to get some world-famous Mississippi State ice cream – Patel reflected on getting his start in Starkville.

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Legacy of Leadership The Bagley College of Engineering recognizes

We sincerely appreciate their continued

on-going commitment to higher education.

these individuals and corporations that have

support of academic excellence and gratefully

Their generosity has greatly impacted and

established a strong Legacy of Leadership.

acknowledge their financial contributions and

enhanced the lives of our students.

Donald W. Zacharias Roundtable

Dean W. Colvard Founders

$25,000,000 and Above

BBB Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William B. Berry Burlington Resources Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Carl, Jr. Charitable Gift Fund Chevron Corp. - Houston, Texas ChevronTexaco Corp. Citicorp Dr. and Mrs. William M. Cobb Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Dave C. and Beth C. Swalm Charitable Remainder Trust Mr. and Mrs. Earnest W. Deavenport, Jr. Dow Chemical Co. Tommy and Rebecca Dulaney Durward and Georgene Dunn Eastman Chemical Co. Ergon Foundation, Inc. E.M. "Hoot" and Doris Gipson HVJ Associates Inc. Mr. and Mrs. A.P. "Jack" Hatcher, Jr. Mrs. Kitty E. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Hunter W. Henry Mr. Leon Hess Honda North America Inc. Howard Industries Inc. International Paper Company

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bagley J.W. Bagley Foundation Leo Seal Family Foundation Robert M. Hearin Support Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Leo W. Seal, Jr. Siemens NX Swalm Foundation Mrs. Beth Swalm

James D. McComas Benefactors $10,000,000 to $24,999,999 Mr. Richard C. Adkerson Bulldog Club, Inc. Mr. Hunter W. Henry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Nusz Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Shackouls The Shackouls Family Foundation

William L. Giles Partners $5,000,000 to $9,999,999 Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Holliman Dr. and Mrs. Niles R. Moseley Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Rula The Dupont Energy Co.

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$1,000,000 to $4,999,999

Mrs. Alice G. Johnson Mr. Herbert V. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Rodger L. Johnson Kelly Gene Cook Sr. Charitable Foundation, Inc. MSU Donor-Advised Fund Program Mr. and Mrs. Bobby P. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Mike M. McDaniel Mississippi Power Co. Monsanto Co. - St. Louis, Mo. Northrop Grumman Corp. PACCAR Foundation Petroleum Experts, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Rader Mr. Joe Frank Sanderson Southern Ionics Inc. Structural Steel Services Inc. Mr. Milton Sundbeck Charles D. and ZonaDale Taylor Tennessee Valley Authority Texas Petrochemicals Corp. The Ayco Charitable Foundation The MathWorks, Inc. Viking Range Corp. Mr. Charles Cullis Wade Mrs. Barbara White Mr. and Mrs. Turner A. Wingo

Stephen D. Lee Society $500,000 and $999,999 3M Corp. Airbus Americas, Inc. Airbus Helicopters, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Burke Cadence Bank - Starkville Chevron Corporation Chevron Africa & Latin American Exploration & Production Co. Mr. and Mrs. Randy J. Cleveland Create Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Durward B. Dunn III Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Dunn Durward Dunn Inc. Mr. Robert (Bobby) T. Elmore Entergy Mississippi ExxonMobil Global Services Co. Federal Express Fidelity Investments Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Gallaher, Jr. Estate J. Hosmer IHS Georgia G. McPherson Mr. and Mrs. William C. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Myers Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Seymour, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Terreson Tri State Educational Foundation Mr. C. Clark Young

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$250,000 to $499,999 ADTRAN Inc. BellSouth - Atlanta, GA Albemarle Corp. Amoco Foundation Inc. BankPlus - Ridgeland Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Barker Mr. and Mrs. Hubert D. Batson Dr. and Mrs. W. Scot Bell BellSouth - Jackson Hines and Linda Brannan C-Spire Texaco Group, Inc. TD-ITD Clark Beverage Group, Inc. Joy M. Deason and Douglas L. Deason, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur G. Dees, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jacky G. Dorsey Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. Douglass Charles and Rosemary Douglass-Guess DuPont Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dulaney Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. David W. Evers, Jr. Exxon USA Foundation - New York, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fraiser, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Furr Mr. G. Wayne Gardner Mr. U. Edwin Garrison Mr. W. P. Gearhiser Gipson Steel Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Billy W. Howard Mr. Stuart C. Irby, Jr. Cheek Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Kennett Mr. and Mrs. William P. Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lindsay Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Mallory, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James L. McRae

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Milliken Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Mills, Jr. Mitchell Family, L.L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Montgomery Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Ms. Jane A. Moring Ms. Katherine B. Nelson Mr. M. Patrick Nelson Osi Software Mr. and Mrs. James E. Paxton Mr. and Mrs. Joffrey R. Pryor Puckett Machinery Co. Renasant Bank Mr. Joseph H. Sims Southern Co. Services, Inc. Severstal Columbus LLC Sullivan's Office Supply Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Sumrall Tennessee Valley Authority Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Thames The Fountain Family Foundation The Procter and Gamble Co. Cincinnati, Ohio The Schwab Charitable Fund The Wesley A. Caldwell Foundation Wallace J. Hosmer Estate Walmart Stores Inc. Mr. Jerry Welch and Mrs. Carol Welch Weyerhaeuser Co. Mr. and Mrs. Don Whitmire, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Clyde V. Williams Yokohama Tire Corporation

Eugene Butler Fellows $100,000 to $249,999 ALCOA Inc. APAC-Mississippi Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Boyce E. Adams AmFed Companies LLC Dr. James B. Jr. and Dr. Gail S. Anderson Applied Materials Inc. Atmos Energy Corp. William Thomas and Sue T. Austin Mr. and Mrs. William O. "Billy" Ball Sr. Barlow-Eddy-Jenkins P.A. Estate Joseph Barrier Chris and Bette Behr Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Bell III Joe E. Bickham Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Blaine Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Blair Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Blakeslee III Dr. and Mrs. Drayton D. Boozer Dr. Catherine R. Boyd Mrs. Jean Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Bradley Brasfield and Gorrie, LLC Mr. Claude E. Brent, Jr. Drs. Philip and Susan Bridges Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Brown William A. and Nancy Buchanan Business Communications Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Byrd Mr. James R. Cabaniss Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Cate, Jr. Chevron U.S.A. Inc. Frank and Ann Chiles Mrs. Grace C. Cliett ConocoPhillips Ms. Ruth J. Cook Cooke, Douglass, Farr, Lemons Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Cooley

Copeland & Johns Inc. Earnest and Carol Cosby Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Cowan Sr. Cypress Semiconductor DENSO North American Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Dawkins Ms. Isabel M. Devine Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Dews Mr. and Mrs. S. Elliott Dubuisson E.I. Du Pont De Nemours & Co. EADS Airbus North America Engineering Eastman Kodak Co. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Eaton, Jr. Virginia Carron Eiland and Brent H. Eiland Engineering Plus Inc. Entergy Services Inc. Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions, Inc. Eutaw Construction Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Ewing Falco Lime Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Faries, Jr. Mrs. Nora Hull Featherston John S. Ferretti and Jutta Karnstedt Ferretti Mrs. Mildred Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. William M. Fondren, Jr. Ford Motor Co. M. Cecile Foresman and Col. Edward G. Foresman Mr. Lucius E. Fouche Gas Research Institute Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Gibens Lt. Col. and Mrs. Lewis L. Gober Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Everett P. Hailey, Jr. Ann and John Hairston Fred Hamilton and Heather Hamilton Carr Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Haney, Jr.

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Dr. and Mrs. William J. Harris III Harry Simrall Estate Dr. and Mrs. Jeffery D. Hartsog Drs. William and Jacqueline Henry Mrs. Winafred M. Herndon Mr. Leslie R. Hester Hill Brothers Construction Co. Inc. Mr. Charles B. Holder Mr. Tad A. Honsinger Mrs. Lena B. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. William "Kenneth" Hughey Mr. and Mrs. C. Michael Illanne Intel Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Johnston Larry and Debbie Jones Ms. Pamela R. Jones KPMG LLP Mr. and Mrs. Ashley T. Kees Mr. and Mrs. Elton R. King Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lampton Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Lewis Mr. L.S. Lindamood Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Linder Lockheed Martin Corp. Louisiana Pacific Corporation Lucky Star Industries Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David J. Machado Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Marchant Ronnie and Joy Martin Craig and Betty May Mr. and Mrs. James R. McBride Mr. and Mrs. J. Kyle McConnell Mr. George O. McDaniel, Jr. Mr. Prentice McKibben Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. McNeel Mr. and Mrs. John T. McReynolds Dr. and Mrs. John C. McWhorter III

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Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Meiners Mr. and Mrs. David F. Michael Mississippi Concrete Industries Association Mississippi Manufacturers Association Mobil Foundation Inc. Hon. G. V. "Sonny" Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Moore Mr. B. W. Moring Mr. and Mrs. Alton C. Morris Dr. Sandra S. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Jeff H. Moss Mr. and Mrs. W. Carroll Murphy Mr. and Mrs. James D. Nanney, Jr. Anthony and LeAnn Nichols Northrop Grumman Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. O'Quin Omnova Solutions Drs. Matthew and Christy Oswalt Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Papasan Mr. George D. Perry Pickering Inc. Mr. Crymes G. Pittman Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Pongetti

“I felt it was important for me to give back to the university that has given so much to me and my family. I’ll always feel like I owe something to Mississippi State.” Mr. Clyde L. Pritchard, P.E. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Pritchard Mr. and Mrs. W. David Purvis QNX Software Systems Limited

“We as alumni need to do what we can to assist Bagley College in remaining one of the best engineering schools in the world.”

Mr. and Mrs. Carvel L. Rayburn Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund Regions Bank - Starkville, MS Regions Financial Research and Technology Corporation Mr. Kermit Earl Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Roberts Mr. Chadwick T. Royston Rufus W. Shivers Estate Severn Trent Environmental Services Inc. Shell Oil Co. Foundation Drs. Timothy and Grace Shumaker Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sims, Jr. Mrs. Ruth O. Sims Mr. and Mrs. John D. "Jack" Sistrunk Jack and Ruth Sistrunk Mr. and Mrs. Tommy E. Smith Southeast Chapter APCA Southern Natural Gas Mr. and Mrs. D. Paul Sparks, Jr. James E. Stone Jr. M.D. Ms. Margaret E. Swain, LCSW Dr. Martha H. Swain Taylor Machine Works, Inc. Tellus Operating Group LLC Tenneco Oil Co. Texas Gas Transmission Inc. Thames Family Foundation The Community Foundation of Louisville The John and Mary Redwine Charitable Trust The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation Inc. The Peoples Bank William L. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Torres Mr. James M. Trimble and Mrs. Sylvia Barnes

Union Carbide Corp. Waggoner Engineering, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Walker III Dr. and Mrs. H. Carroll Walker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Walker Mr. Wenton R. Walker Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. James H. White Mr. and Mrs. W. Gerald Wilbanks Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Wileman Mr. Albert J. Williams Mrs. Daphine Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Wilson Danny and Jill Windham Mr. Michael T. Wood Mrs. Jo Corley Woods Mr. and Mrs. Kip B. Zacharias

Ben F. Hilbun Torchbearers $50,000 to $99,999 ANEL Corp. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Marc Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie F. Ashley BankTEL Systems, LLC Drs. Oscar and Mary Jim Beck Pepper and Debi Beckman

“The high standards and positive culture of Mississippi State’s engineering program provided me with an education and the opportunity to successfully pursue a variety of endeavors throughout my career, opening my eyes and mind to the wonders of engineering and business opportunities. It warms my heart to support scholarships and assist hard-working students in studying engineering at such a fine institution.”

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Mr. and Mrs. Ruben T. Doty II Mr. and Mrs. John W. Duff Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Dumas Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dungan Dunn Roadbuilders L.L.C. Mrs. Rebecca G. Dye Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. East, Jr. Eldred W. and Jane E. Hough Estate Electric Power Association of Mississippi Dr. and Mrs. Emerson D. Farley, Jr. Rodney and Patricia Faver Dr. and Mrs. Wesley M. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fleming, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. R. Rodney Foil Mr. and Mrs. Ricky K. Follin Chris and Lynette Fountain Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Fowlkes Dr. and Mrs. L. Michael Freeman Dr. and Mrs. Marty J. Fuller General Motors Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Geno, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Gladney Jason and Nicole Goudelock Greater Houston Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James E. Green Mr. and Mrs. Gregory M. Grim Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Guess Gulf Coast Haz. Sub. Research Center Mr. and Mrs. William M. Gulledge, Jr. Mr. Maury B. Gunter Mr. and Mrs. Clinton B. Hales, Jr. Halliburton Co. Inc. Halliburton Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Carey F. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. James J. Harris Burt and Lynn Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Mack A. Hataway Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Hatcher, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Page Dettor, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hatmaker, Jr.

Mrs. Carrie B. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. James H. Henley Mr. William O. Hill Dr. Julia E. Hodges Hol-Mac Corporation Mr. Emil "Butch" Holiner Mr. and Mrs. Burton B. Hosch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Hunter James Carson Patton, Sr. Estate Michael and Rena Jaudon Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Johnson Mrs. Barbara Hatcher Jones and Mr. Andrew E. Jones Mr. Robert L. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Jordan, Sr. Mr. Max H. Jordan Jr. K & S Custom Warehousing Mr. Robert M. Keil Key Constructors Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. King Mr. and Mrs. Kerry D. Kittrell Mr. Matthew J. Kline Ms. Kay Lindamood Mr. and Mrs. Bobby T. Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Litton Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems Lockheed Martin Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Luce, Jr. MMC Materials Inc. MS Asphalt Pavement Association Malouf Construction Corporation John F. and Jeanne A. Marszalek Dr. J.L. Mason, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Todd Massey Frank and Sara May Jerry and Cynthia McAlpin Mr. and Mrs. Chris R. McCall Ms. Janet A. McCormick

Mr. George O. McDaniel III Mr. and Mrs. William H. McIntyre, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Horace L. McKay, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. McLain, Jr. Lee and Linda Meeks Mrs. Laura S. Miller Monsanto Company Dr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Terrill J. Moran, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. David H. Moreau Mr. James R. Moreton Dr. David B. Morgan and Dr. Jan Morgan Neel-Schaffer Inc. Mr. Robert R. Newsom Dr. and Mrs. Walter B. Newsom Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. Nichols Dr. and Mrs. John B. Noblin Captain Richard T. Norman Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems - Irving, Texas Northrop Grumman Corp. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Palmer Mrs. Agnes B. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Claude Parker Mr. J.C. Patton Sr. Pavilion Technologies Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Pepper Mr. Earl G. Perkins Craig and Pam Peterhansen Mrs. Carolyn W. Malone-Phillips Drs. Jonathan and Linda Pote Mr. and Mrs. Everette Ramage Mrs. Ruth S. Ramsay Mr. and Mrs. David G. Ray William J. and Kimberly D. Read Mr. and Mrs. Gavin W. Rees Mr. and Mrs. Carey Revels Mr. Christopher Rohman and Dr. Kristie Rohman

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Bessemer Trust Mr. and Mrs. W. Robert Blackledge Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bowen, Jr. Mr. Charles P. Boyd and Dr. Beverly Langford Dr. and Mrs. C. Glendon Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Dewel G. Brasher, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Brown, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie H. Brown Brown, Mitchell & Alexander, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Brown, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William W. Bunker, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Gary N. Bunner Burlington Northern Foundation Burns Cooley Dennis Inc. Dr. Albert J. Bush III Bob and Donna Kaye Byrd Cadence Banking - Columbus Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Cain Camgian Microsystems Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Bill R. Carty Champion International Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Childress Mr. and Mrs. Johnny B. Choo Dr. Pasquale Cinnella Citgo Petroleum Corp. Mrs. Marion P. Coggin Dr. and Mrs. Edward P. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Collum Mr. James E. Conn Cook Coggin Engineers Inc. Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Cook Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chad B. Cooley Dr. and Mrs. David Cornell Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Crisler P.E. Mr. Joseph V. Dawsey III Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Day Mr. and Mrs. Edwin K. Dedeaux Dickerson and Bowen Inc. Ray C. Dillon and Deborah C. Dillon

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Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ross Mr. and Mrs. Stan W. Ruffin Dr. and Mrs. Steven K. Rushing Ms. Ludeane Ruzicka SWRI Mr. Bobby Dale Sanford and Dr. Regina L. Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Saunders Mr. Ron J. Schneider Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Scholtes Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Seitz Shaw Industries Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sheely Shell Companies Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Ross K. Sherman Dr. Howard E. Shook, Jr. George and Huel Sills Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Simmons Sixth International Symposium Mr. Jerome B. Slocum Mr. and Mrs. Felix Smart Mrs. Helen G. Snider Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Snipes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Tom Somers Mr. and Mrs. Barry A. Staples Glenn and Cherie Steele Mr. and Mrs. William C. Steen Mr. and Mrs. James O. Stephens Mr. Charles E. Strahan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Terrell W. Temple Texaco Foundation Texas Instruments Foundation The Furniture Foundation The Kroger Co. The R.C. Baker Foundation Mrs. Colleene B. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. H.S. "Tommy" Thompson III Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S. Towles III Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc.

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Dr. and Mrs. Timothy G. Usey Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Venuto Vulcan Materials Frank and Bunny Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie L. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Javed A. Warsi Mr. and Mrs. Truett N. Watson Mr. and Mrs. James F. Watts Waycaster Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bill W. Waycaster Mr. Samuel B. Webb Mr. and Mrs. David Welch Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Williams Mr. Kenneth A. Williams Mr. Robert H. Wood

President’s Club

In recognition of donors’ cumulative lifetime giving to Mississippi State University for the following giving levels.

President’s Partner $25,000 to $49,999 3M Decatur Plant Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Abel Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Adcock Dr. and Mrs. Randy C. Ahlrich American Gas Cooling Center American Greeting Card Co. American Institute of Chemical Engineers Amoco Production Co. Anderson Engineers PA Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Anthony Association of Christian Graduate Researchers Mr. and Mrs. Breck Bacon

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Bailey Dr. and Mrs. Billie J. Ball Bank of Brookhaven Mr. H. Glen Barker Mr. Edwin Scott Barland Baxter Healthcare Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Benton Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Bergin Mr. and Mrs. Curt G. Beyer II Shannon and Michael Bloesch Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Boggan Bomgar Corporation Bonds Co. Inc. Mr. Chevis R. Boone, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William W. Botts, Jr. Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Mr. and Mrs. Marden B. Boyd Maj. Gen and Mrs. J. Durr Boyles Ms. Charlotte J. Brent Buddy and Peggy Broadway Dr. and Mrs. Larry G. Brown Ms. Dorothy M. Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Bucci, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick V. Buie Mrs. Nancy Burdine Mr. Kenneth L. Burrell Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Burris Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Burton, Jr.

“The education and relationships that MSU provided me have enabled me to achieve many of my career goals in life. So giving back monetarily is just one way to show appreciation, and hopefully, by doing so, it’ll make a positive impact by providing opportunity and support to those that follow.”

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Bushman Johnnie R. Butler and Cathy Butler Dr. and Mrs. Charles T. Carley, Jr. Mrs. Katherine N. Carr Col. and Mrs. Donald I. Carter Charles A. Cascio Caterpillar Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Catledge Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K. Cavin III Mr. and Mrs. Danny P. Chancellor Jim and Bonnie Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Wesley S. Chiniche Cisco Systems Inc. Mrs. Walter H. Clark Clearwater Consultants Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Coalter, Jr. Joe D. Cole Jr. Dr. Krissten N. Cooper Mr. Charles Dean Corbell, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Corley Drs. William and Linda Cornell Mr. T.E. Cotten Dr. David T. Cozart Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Croom, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Cumbaa Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Daniel Mr. Paul R. Davis Delta Industries Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Dennis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Devine, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom G. Deweese Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dickson Dr. Anna Dill and Mr. Kenneth Dill Dr. Jimmy L. Dodd Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Douglass Mrs. Helen H. Downer Phil and Emry Duckworth East Mississippi Electric Power Association Mr. and Mrs. George H. East, Jr.

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Mr. and Mrs. William D. Howell, Jr. Dr. H. Frank Howell II Mr. and Mrs. Timothy V. Huffaker Hughes Electronics Corp. Ingalls Shipbuilding Inc. Mr. and Mrs. O.S. Jackson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Jamieson, Jr. Gerald Jasper Mr. and Mrs. Elton E. Jay Mr. Huey Ngo Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Johnson Dr. William E. Johnston, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Colton Joorfetz Mr. and Mrs. Ted H. Kendall III Mr. and Mrs. Emmett A. Kimbrough, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Knight Koch Gateway Pipeline Co. Dr. and Mrs. John H. Kosko L and H Supply Co. Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Landrum Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Landrum Mr. and Mrs. David C. Langston Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Lawler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Lewis, Sr. Mr. James R. Lewis III Capt. and Mrs. Frederick R. Lickfold III Mr. and Mrs. Andy D. Lindeman Dr. Charles E. Lindley Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Lundy, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Mabry Mr. and Mrs. George F. Malouf, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer H. Manning Marine Gears Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Earnest E. Maxwell Ms. Theresa G. Maxwell

Mr. William H. McCann McCarty Architects McDermott Inc. Lamar and Betty McDonald Dr. J. Chester McKee, Jr. and Rev. Barbara McKee Mr. and Mrs. David C. McPhail Mendrop, Wages LLC Dr. Achille Messac Mr. Ken E. Miller Mississippi Association of County Engineers Dr. and Mrs. Jesse R. Mitchell, Jr. Mr. John H. Mitchell, Jr. Drs. Tara E. Mitchell and Michael B. Mitchell Tim and Christine Mitchell Mobile Chapter of Mississippi State Alumni Association Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Moore Mr. Lewis M. Moore, Jr. Drs. Jimmy and Gisele Moss Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mullins Multi Craft International

“I hope to impact somebody else’s life so that they can come back to do the same for Mississippi State and another young student trying to get a great education.” Mr. and Mrs. James D. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Jasper M. Nail Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Nanney Nissan North America, Inc. Nissan North America-Canton, MS Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Norman Mr. John O. Norton Nucor

John and Marilyn Nunnally Mr. and Mrs. Adrain P. O'Neal Donald W. O'Neal Office Ergonomics Research Committee Mr. T. Stanley Orkin, III Mr. Charles H. Oswalt Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Oswalt Mr. Larry K. Otis and Ms. Sharon C. Fanning-Otis Mr. and Mrs. Wade C. Patterson Mr. C. R. Patton Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Peoples Phenix Technologies Inc. Mr. James C. Pierce Jean and David Pierce Mr. Joseph H. Pigford Ms. Carolyn Pilgreen Mr. and Mrs. Jerry T. Pilgrim Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Poole Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin "Buddy" Prude, Sr. Andrew Queen Dr. and Mrs. Dero S. Ramsey, Sr. Regions Bank - Laurel Mr. and Mrs. Francis N. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Rook Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Roundtree Mr. Brian Kardos and Mrs. Paul Jean Runge-Kardos Mr. and Mrs. John P. Rush Mr. and Mrs. Randal C. Russell SME Education Foundation SOL Engineering Services L.L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Schaffner Mr. Thomas R. Schwan Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Mr. and Mrs. Allen Scott Mr. and Mrs. William B. Scott, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk A. Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Shelton II

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Ellis Steel Company Incorporated Entergy Charitable Foundation Environmental Technical Sales Inc. Dr. and Mrs. James W. Ervin, Jr. Ethyl Corp. Ewing Kessler Mechanical Solutions Inc. Dr. Elizabeth Ezelle and Mr. Robert Ezelle IV Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Faulkner Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Faulkner Mr. L. Rodney Faver Federal Solutions, L.L.C. Fluent Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Forster Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Frye, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Gelman General Motors Company Dr. and Mrs. Randall M. German Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Gewin Mr. and Mrs. David T. Gibson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Goldman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Graves Mr. Anthony M. Guercio Mrs. Elizabeth Gwin Mr. and Mrs. James B. Halford, Jr. Mr. Larry J. Hand, Jr. Hanson Pipe and Products Inc. Harry H. Bush and Jeanne C. Bush Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John Michael Hart Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Hatcher Mr. and Mrs. Dewey C. Haynes Sammy and Susie Hedgepeth Mr. James A. Henley, Jr. Checky and Chellie Herrington Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Hewes Hitachi Ltd. Drs. B. Keith and Sandra Hodge Hope Christian Community Foundation

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Shepard, Jr. Mr. Rufus W. Shivers Dr. and Mrs. Rubin Shmulsky Mr. Maury Shurlds Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Shurlds III Dr. Harry C. Simrall Skjerven, Morrill, MacPherson Mrs. Candice P. Smith Lee and Rochelle Smith James T. and Sherry H. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Smith Mr. W. Merle Smith Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Inc. South Central MS Chapter Southland Oil Co. Ms. Kristen A. Spengler Mr. and Mrs. Craig M. Squires Mrs. Wanda T. Stacy Star Enterprise Starkville Orthopedic Clinic Dr. and Mrs. Troy A. Street Mr. and Mrs. Mack Strider Ken and Hallye Stringer Mrs. Carlene T. Strowd Stuart C. Irby Co. Dr. Rani Warsi Sullivan and Mr. Thomas D. Sullivan Mr. Joe L. Sumrall Sun Microsystems Mr. and Mrs. David C. Sykes T.L. Wallace Construction Inc. Tanner Construction Co. Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Taylor, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Taylor Teledyne Brown Engineering Co. Tennessee Valley Authority Mr. R. H. Terreson, Jr. and Mrs. Virginia L. Terreson Mr. Charles Thames and Dr. Brenda Thames

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The Boeing Co. - Huntsville, AL The GEM Consortium Thomas H. Walker Consultants LLC Mr. and Mrs. Matthew B. Thomas Dr. and Mrs. Dennis D. Truax Wade and Dorothy Turnage Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Turner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Umbdenstock III Union Camp Charitable Trust United Technologies Corp. Clinton and Lashell M. Vaughn Vector CANtech, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Vickers Vista Chemical Co. - Houston, TX W.E. Blain and Sons, Inc. Mr. J.J. Walker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marion R. Walker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle D. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ware Ms. Amina F. Warsi Mr. and Mrs. Saif U. Warsi Dr. Shahab U. Warsi Mr. and Mrs. Tom Webb Mr. Lee Roy Wells, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. West Weyerhaeuser Co. - Columbus, MS Mr. and Mrs. Harold White Victor and Sharon Whitehead Mr. H. Lewis Whitfield Mr. and Mrs. James N. Wilkes Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Williams Mr. and Mrs. George W. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Steve Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Clifton A. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Worthington Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Wray Mr. J. Robert Wright

Mr. and Mrs. Marion P. Wright, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wynne Dr. Michael Yates and Mrs. Karen Yates Mrs. Tommie Zacharias

President’s Associate $10,000 to $24,999 3M A.E. Polysilicon Corp. AT&T Accenture Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Adams Mr. Vastine C. Ahlrich Allen and Hoshall Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Rex Alman III American Sugar Cane League Mr. George R. Anderson Mr. Nicholas Anest Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Antee Argonne National Laboratory Mr. and Mrs. George T. Armistead Dr. and Mrs. Kirk P. Arnett Mr. and Mrs. Hunter T. Arnold B & B Concrete Company Inc. Babcock and Wilcox Alan and Pat Backus Bailsco Blades and Castings Inc. Baldwin Piano Mr. and Mrs. Ray Balentine

“Getting an engineering degree from Mississippi State has given this country boy an opportunity to expand my world in ways that I never imagined possible. I get great pleasure from doing my small part to help today’s young men and women have the same wonderful experience.”

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J. Ball Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Ball Mr. Robert A. Ballew Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Barham Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Basden Mr. and Mrs. Brax H. Batson Mr. Skip Batson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Batson Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Bayley III Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bell III Mr. Thomas F. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Bennett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin B. Benson Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Berry Mr. and Mrs. David N. Bishop Dr. Eugene H. Bishop Mr. Jonathon Blackburn Mrs. Annie R. Blalock Boeing Co. Sally and Neill Bogan Dr. and Mrs. David C. Boles Mrs. Muriel F. Bolls Mr. and Mrs. Trent N. Bongiolatti Dr. John M. Boone Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Borromeo Mr. Thomas C. Bounds Mr. and Mrs. David R. Bowman Mr. Bill F. Bozeman Mr. and Mrs. Brian Bradford Mr. Terry E. Bradford Mr. Charles E. Brett Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Bridges, Sr. Mrs. Helen F. Brock Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Brooks Frona Curlee Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Brown Dr. Lewis R. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie J. Brown

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Dr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Cosby Nancy M. Cox John Rimmer Craft Memorial Mr. W. B. Crooks, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Crowe Mr. and Mrs. Moody M. Culpepper Mr. and Mrs. Shelton G. Cunningham, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Y. Curran Mr. and Mrs. William W. Curtis Cypress Semiconductor DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee Inc. Dallas Semiconductor Corp. Mrs. Billye H. Dallas Mr. Timothy F. Dalton Mrs. Tammy O. Daly Mrs. Loretta L. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Daves, Jr. Mr. Jack C. Davis Mr. John P. Davis Mr. and Mrs. John P. Davis III Mr. Patrick O. DeAngelo Mr. Thomas L. DeLashmet, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Deas Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Decell Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. Deer Mr. Jack E. Delk Delphi Packard Electric Mr. and Mrs. Al H. Denson Ms. Sherre H. Denson Mr. and Mrs. John J. Devine, Sr. Mr. Robert C. Deweese Mr. and Mrs. Jess H. Dickinson Mr. Theo H. Dinkins II Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Spivey S. Douglass Dow Chemical USA Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Dowdle Dr. and Mrs. Elford S. Dudley Dumas Holdings LLC

EI Dupont DeNemours & Co. Inc. EKA Chemical Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Easley Mrs. David M. Eastland Mr. Bruce W. Elder Eldridge and Associates P.A. Electric Power Research Institute Mr. and Mrs. John P. Elliott III Engineering-Educational Services Mr. and Mrs. D. Pierce Epes Drs. James and Nellie Epps Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Ethridge Cass and Cindy Everitt Mr. and Mrs. John S. Fair, Jr. Fairchild Construction Mr and Mrs. Warren R. Farmer IV Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Farris III Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Filgo First Bank of Southwest Mississippi Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Fisher Dr. Elizabeth C. Fleming and Mr. Robert L. Fleming III Florida Power and Light Co. Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Forbes Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. Fordice III Mr. and Mrs. George W. Fornea Mr. and Mrs. T. Wayne Forrest Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Forrest, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Jack B. Foster, Jr. Foundation for the Carolinas Mr. and Mrs. David A. Fowler Mr. Harry M. Freeman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Freeman Brian and Meg Fuller Mr. Robert W. Fuller, PE Mr. and Mrs. Temple L. Fulton G2E2, LLC Mr. Philippe A. Gaillet and Dr. Lynee Lewis Gaillet Mr. and Mrs. Craig B. Gaines

Garan Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Alva C. Garner, Jr. Keith and Gaines Gaskin Gem Chemical Inc. General Motors North America Dr. and Mrs. Clifford E. George Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. George Georgia Power Foundation Georgia-Pacific Getty Oil Co. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gibson, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Gilbert Mr. Frank W. Gilchrist Mr. Malcolm E. Gillis Glittersoft Group LLC Mrs. Kathryn Godwin Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Goldman Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy L. Grafton Mr. and Mrs. Ron D. Grantham Mr. and Mrs. William C. Grantham Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery A. Graves Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Graves Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Green Lance and Reba Greer Mr. James B. Grice Mr. Terrence L. Griffin Mrs. Mary B. Guerard Mr. and Mrs. Scott Guerry Gulf Coast TAPPI Gulf Oil Foundation of Delaware Gulf States Manufacturers Mr. Benson Guyton HOLCIM, Inc. Mrs. Carmen C. Hammack John and Debbie Hammack and Carmen Hammack Dr. and Mrs. James C. Harden, Jr. Mr. James A. Hardy Ms. Dorothy E. Harrelson

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Mr. Tom C. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. James B. Buckley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Burke Dr. and Mrs. William D. Burnham Mr. and Mrs. Jackey O. Burrell Mr. and Mrs. Vernon T. Bush Mrs. Sharon R. Bushman Drs. Hunter and Miranda Butler Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Tim Byrne Cadence Design Systems Inc. Mr. Jesse M. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Cannon Mr. Phillip J. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey E. Carter Mr. and Mrs. John W. Causey Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Cayson Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Chadwick Allison and Grant Chandler Cimarron Composites LLC Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Clark Mr. Kenneth M. Clark Mr. Lawrence E. Clark Mr. Charles B. Cliett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Clingan Coastal Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Rex W. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. David A. Cole Dr. and Mrs. Clinton W. Collins Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas W. Collins Mr. John A. Colotta Conoco Inc. Mrs. Doris B. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. William T. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Copeland Copolymer Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Corey

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Mr. and Mrs. Patrick C. Harris Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hartness Mr. and Mrs. Lucian A. Harvey, Jr. Leslie and Mark Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Hengst Dr. and Mrs. W. Chase Henson Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Herrick Dr. Robert L. Hester and Dr. Marion Wofford Dr. Caroline K. Hill Hilton Hotels Corp. Mr. Warren B. Hinchcliff, Jr. Mr. James V. Hines III Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hinkebein Mr. Chalmers Hobart Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy H. Hobson Mrs. Annie H. Hodges Mr. R. D. Hodges Holcim, Inc. Dusty Holeman Mrs. G. Pepper Holland Mrs. William H. Holland Mr. Benjamin O. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Jason M. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Hoover Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Horne Jr. Mrs. Jean House Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Howard Dr. Li Hua and Mr. Suwei Chen Mr. Brian E. Hufford Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie D. Hughes Mr. Jim Humber III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Humble, Jr. Mr. William Doug Hutton Jr. International Paper Co. Foundation Purchase, N.Y. International Paper Co. Foundation Moss Point Mrs. Mary A. Jasper John Richard Collection

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Dr. and Mrs. Billy H. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Larry R. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Johnson Mr. Samuel E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. T. M. "McKinley" Johnson II Johnston Tombigbee Furniture Dr. Bryan I. Johnston Dr. Rupert B. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. "Andy" Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Jones Mrs. Melissa M. Jones and Mr. Russell D. Jones Mrs. Jean C. Jordan Mr. Frank M. Jue Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Kendall Kermit E. (Earl) Reynolds Jr. Family LLC Kerr McGee Chemical Kerr-McGee Corp. Mr. Charles N. Kiefer Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Klumb Mr. and Mrs. Wendell C. Knight Mr. Paul C. Knox Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kyle Mrs. Rae Ann Lawrence and Mr. Kellon Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Lee, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Terry E. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Leff Mrs. Mary W. Lightsey Mr. Andrew F. Linskey Mrs. Judith L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Little Mr. and Mrs. Carlos A. Lloyd Dr. James E. Long Mr. and Mrs. Don A. Love Mr. Philip H. Love Mr. Donald C. Lutken MSU Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers

MSU Roadrunners Mr. and Mrs. Doug P. MacEachern Marathon Petroleum Company LP Dr. and Mrs. Richard V. Martin Mr. and Mrs. John Martin III Mary Elizabeth Kees Revocable Living Trust Mr. and Mrs. John L. Mason Mr. and Mrs. William R. May Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. McAlister Dr. Robert E. McClain Mr. and Mrs. George C. McCully Mr. Dale H. McDonald Dr. Barbara and Mr. P.C. McLaurin, Jr. Mr. John R. McPhearson and Dr. Ruth McPhearson Mr. and Mrs. John A. Meador Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Merkel Michael Baker Jr. Inc. Microsoft Corp. Dr. Jon Rezek and Dr. Meghan Millea Dr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Mills Miss. State Univ. Women's Club Mississippi Engineering Society Mississippi Transportation Institute, Inc. Mitsubishi Electric Mr. Arne R. Moen Dr. and Mrs. William M. Molpus Bernie Moore Mark and Lynn Moran Moran, Seymour and Associates Morgan Stanley Mr. and Mrs. James D. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Morgan Mrs. Ann P. Morris Motech Industries Inc. Motorola Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Mullins Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Muncie Municipal Services Associates Dr. and Mrs. Steven M. Murphey

Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Myers Burt and Mary Leigh Nabors Dr. and Mrs. James B. Nail National Center for Women and Information Technology Mr. and Mrs. Ricky E. Newcomb Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus S. Nobles H. Peyton Noland Mr. and Mrs. William L. Norris Ms. Billie Nowlin Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Oberkirch Mr. Jessie C. Oldham Omnova Solutions Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Otis Dr. and Mrs. John K. Owens PPG Industries Inc. Mr. Ray Parish Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Parrish Dr. and Mrs. William E. Parrish Mr. Bradley P. Patano Mr. and Mrs. Ricky L. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Paxton Mr. and Mrs. Percy A. Payne LTC John E. Pearson Jr. USA (retired) Pennzoil-Quaker State Co. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Penrose Mr. and Mrs. David G. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. David G. Perry Mr. Thomas G. Perry Phelps Dodge Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William P. Phillips, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James L. Pittman Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Polk Mrs. Kathy M. Polk Portland Cement Association Education Foundation Mr. Jeffrey G. Posey Mr. and Mrs. James K. Putnam Jesse and Brenda Quinn Mr. John R. Ragland

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Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sinclair Mr. Jeffrey C. Slater Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Smith Dr. and Mrs. David B. Smith Mrs. Gwendolyn G. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn E. Smith Mr. and Mrs. William L. Smith, Sr. Southern Company Services Southern Nuclear Operating Company Southland Development and Construction Southwest MS Resource Conservation and Development Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Sowell Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Sparrow Mr. and Mrs. Alan K. Spence Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Spradling Miss Betsy Stark Mr. Daryl P. Starling Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Summers TENRGYS, LLC Mr. and Mrs. James B. Taggart, Jr. Tanda Resources, LLC Dr. Clayborne D. and Joan Taylor Mrs. Jean B. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Taylor Mr. Terry L. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Templeton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry O. Templeton Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Tennyson Mr. and Mrs. Roland F. Terry Texaco The American Society of Mechanical Engineers The Benevity Community Impact Fund The Superior Oil Co. Mr. James S. Therrell Mr. E. Floyd Thomas Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Thomas Mr. James W. Thomason

Dr. and Mrs. David S. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Thompson Dr. and Mrs. Joe F. Thompson Terry and Dianne Tigrett Mr. and Mrs. Lannie E. Townsend II Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Trahan, Jr. Tru-Amp Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Trump Dr. and Mrs. Prentiss A. Turman Dr. and Mrs. Joe C. Turnage Mr. and Mrs. John H. Turner III Mr. Maurice G. Turner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Turner U.S. Sugar Corp. United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Vaughn Dr. and Mrs. Rayford B. Vaughn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Venable III Dr. and Mrs. George L. Verrall Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Vickery Vista Chemical Co. - Aberdeen, MS Mr. Dick Vondran Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Walker Mr. Lynn C. Wall Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Ware Mr. and Mrs. Marcus W. Ware Drs. James and Shannon Warnock Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Warren Mr. and Mrs. Sidney E. Watters, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Weatherly Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Webb, III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Welch Mr. Paul L. Wells, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. Westerfield Mr. and Mrs. James R. White Mr. Timothy R. Whitworth Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Wilder

Kim and Mary Jean Wilkins Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Williams Mr. John C. Williams, III Mr. and Mrs. John H. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Williford Ms. Mary M. Williford Mr. John C. Wineman Mr. Richard W. Wittmann Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Woo Xilinx, Inc Mrs. Marie R. Yeates Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Young Mr. Norman R. Young Dr. Ming-Tong Yu

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Dr. Jim Aanstoos and Dr. Sarah A. Rajala Mr. George B. Ramsey III Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Rand, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Randall, Jr. Mr. Gerald P. Ray Dr. Dale G. Read, Sr. Drs. Robert and Donna Reese Mr. and Mrs. Keith H. Remy Mr. Dan W. Renfro Drs. George and Clyda Rent Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ricchetti Mr. and Mrs. John F. Riggins III Mr. Paul A. Riley Ms. Lisa K. Robinson Rockwell International Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Rogers Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Rogers Mrs. Mary E. Rooker Dr. and Mrs. Gustavus A. Rush III Mr. and Mrs. Larry P. Rushing Ms. Terri L. Russell SE Center for Electrical Engineering Education Mr. and Mrs. Lewie F. Sandel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny G. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Keenan D. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Sasser Mr. and Mrs. John F. Saulters, Jr. Mr. Monroe B. Savage, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Schepens Drs. Kirk and Noel Schulz Dr. and Mrs. Charley Scott Mr. Ben A. Seale Mr. William J. Seale, Jr. Mr. Ralph H. Segrest SemiSouth Laboratories LLC Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss S. Sheldon Dr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Sherrard Dr. Jung P. Shim Mr. and Mrs. David W. Sills

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Old Main Society The Old Main Society honors those generous

charitable remainder trusts, life insurance

The Bagley College of Engineering recognizes

donors who have included Mississippi State as

policies and qualified IRAs or retirement plans.

these individuals and corporations for their

a beneficiary in their wills or have made other

Donors in this society have provided the MSU

dedication and planned contributions.

planned gifts, such as charitable gift annuities,

Foundation with documentation of their gifts.

James D. McComas Benefactors

Mr. George D. Perry Craig and Pam Peterhansen Mr. Bobby Dale Sanford and Dr. Regina L. Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Shackouls Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Terreson The Shackouls Family Foundation Mr. Charles Cullis Wade Wallace J. Hosmer Estate Mr. and Mrs. Kip B. Zacharias

$10,000,000 to $24,999,999 Mr. and Mrs. Leo W. Seal, Jr.

William L. Giles Partners $5,000,000 to $9,999,999 Mr. Hunter W. Henry, Jr. The Estate of J. Hosmer Mr. Milton Sundbeck Mr. and Mrs. Turner A. Wingo

Dean W. Colvard Founders $1,000,000 to $4,999,999 Mr. Richard C. Adkerson William Thomas and Sue T. Austin Estate Joseph Barrier Mr. and Mrs. William B. Berry Dr. and Mrs. Drayton D. Boozer Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Collum Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Eaton, Jr. Mr. James C. Forbes Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fraiser, Jr. Mr. Wallace J. Hosmer Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Mallory, Jr. Mr. Prentice McKibben Mr. Larry K. Otis and Ms. Sharon C. Fanning-Otis Paul L. Wells Estate

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Stephen D. Lee Society $500,000 and $999,999 Bobby L. Gann Trust Hines and Linda Brannan Mr. James H. Cannon Dr. and Mrs. William M. Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Earnest W. Deavenport, Jr. Durward and Georgene Dunn Mrs. Carmen C. Hammack Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hammack Succession of Charles Cullis Wade Charles D. and ZonaDale Taylor Ms. Brenda D. Thornton

J. Charles Lee Associates $250,000 to $499,999 Mr. and Mrs. Randy J. Cleveland Dr. and Mrs. Edward P. Coleman

Phil and Emry Duckworth Virginia Carron Eiland and Brent H. Eiland John S. Ferretti and Jutta Karnstedt Ferretti M. Cecile Foresman and Col. Edward G. Foresman Mr. Harry M. Freeman, Jr. Harry Simrall Estate Ms. Mona Williams Mazeres Mr. Fred K. McNeel Mr. and Mrs. William C. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. O’Quin Mr. and Mrs. John D. “Jack” Sistrunk Jack and Ruth Sistrunk

Eugene Butler Fellows $100,000 to $249,999 Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Blair Ms. Dorothy M. Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Carl Jr. Mr. Charles T. “Chip” Carley III Mrs. Dana P. Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Forster Mr. Tad A. Honsinger Mr. and Mrs. William D. Howell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hyland III Mrs. Alice G. Johnson Mr. Charles W. Johnson John F. and Jeanne A. Marszalek Dr. J. Chester McKee Jr. and Rev. Barbara McKee Georgia G. McPherson

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Ben F. Hilbun Torchbearers $50,000 to $99,999 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Adcock Drs. Philip and Susan Bridges Mr. Thomas L. DeLashmet, Jr. Ms. Isabel M. Devine Dr. and Mrs. Chester A. Harris Mr. W. D. Howell Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. “Andy” Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kyle Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Monroe Mr. and Mrs. James C. Price Ms. Patricia A. Richardson Ruth Williams Alford Estate Estate of Charles E. Strahan Mr. and Mrs. Johnny M. Thompson Webb M. Bruce Estate Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Wright Mr. J. Robert Wright Mrs. Tommie Zacharias

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Mr. Travis H. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Bob Montgomery Hon. G. V. “Sonny” Montgomery Ms. Jane A. Moring Mr. and Mrs. Alton C. Morris Mr. and Mrs. W. Carroll Murphy Nancy Stricklin Estate Mr. Bob G. Roberts Rufus W. Shivers Estate Dr. Harry C. Simrall William L. Thomas Mr. Terry L. Turnipseed Mr. Samuel B. Webb Mr. H. Lewis Whitfield Ms. Mary M. Williford

President’s Partner $25,000 to $49,999 Mr. and Mrs. Bart W. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Meiners Mr. and Mrs. David F. Michael Dr. and Mrs. David H. Moreau Mr. James R. Moreton Pauline S. Robinson Living Trust Mr. and Mrs. Larry O. Templeton Mr. Stephen R. Wilson Mr. Edwin Scott Barland Chris and Bette Behr Dr. and Mrs. A. Wayne Bennett Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Estate of Harry C. Coumbe Estate of James M. Parvin Mr. and Mrs. William R. Jones, Jr.

Old Main Member Up to $49,999 or undisclosed amount Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Daniel Lucille Stallings Estate Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Magee Mary B. Guerard Estate Mr. Ralph W. McLain and Mrs. Judy McLain Mr. and Mrs. Russell F. Peete, Jr. Mrs. Pauline S. Robinson Virginia Stiles Ollivier Estate William B. Gassaway Estate Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Williams

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The Bagley Impact: Private gifts ensure success When we talk about the impressive James Worth Bagley College impact, it is a great conversation to have with alumni, friends and corporations who already support or may be considering their support of Mississippi State University. Once the Bagley story unfolds, sometimes more doors open for financial resources that can help further our reach and our impact. Our past fundraising success has already laid a solid foundation, and Infinite Impact: The Mississippi State University Campaign can provide the energy and resources to accelerate us into the future. The campaign goals of the Bagley College focus on facility enhancements, endowed faculty positions, program endowments and, most importantly, student support. By infusing needed capital into critical programs and areas, we will make the impact of an MSU engineering education immeasurable. This ongoing campaign helps position our college and our university to compete on an international level and provide critical resources to support our ascent to the next level of students’ success. In an increasingly global society, it is our duty to provide a first-tier educational experience for all Bulldog scholars. With endowed and annual scholarships, the best students can focus on their studies while gaining crucial knowledge from some of the university’s most impressive faculty. The Bagley College must compete with well-known universities when hiring faculty, and many of those schools have large endowments to attract professors. If the Bagley College is to be competitive, we, too,

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must provide the resources to bring the finest minds from across the world to campus—those who have a passion for teaching and those who also have a passion for research. Through Infinite Impact, the Bagley College seeks to create endowed professorships and chairs in every major academic area. These positions will be held by faculty with the potential to receive national and international distinction in their fields. These endowed chairs and professors will strengthen the long and successful relationships forged between faculty, the university and corporations. Along with major gifts for our college, we encourage you to take advantage of the university’s corporate matching gift program. Many corporations will match donations their employees make to educational institutions. Matching gifts from an employer can double or even triple your gift to MSU, and many of our alumni and friends follow this path in their support yearly. As always, thank you for your steadfast loyalty and deep devotion to this great university. I invite you to join our college development staff, Jan Blaine and Paul Zimmerman, and me in this continued effort to secure gifts that will influence and prepare the next generation of engineers at the Bagley College. With all of us doing our part on all levels, MSU and the Bagley College can move forward while increasing our reputation and furthering our impact. Bennett Evans ’89, ’93 Director of Development www.bagley.msstate.edu


(as of December 31, 2016)

$132,708,734

Donors & Alumni

College Funds Raised

$40,000,000 $35,000,000

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 March 2

$30,000,000 $25,000,000 $20,000,000 $15,000,000 $10,000,000 $5,000,000 2012 Bagley College of Engineering

2013

2014

2015

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For more information on research and economic development opportunities within the college, contact Dr. Kari Babski-Reeves at kari@bagley.msstate.edu.

For more information on how you can help support the Bagley College of Engineering, contact Bennett Evans at bevans@bagley.msstate.edu.

Mississippi State University complies with all applicable laws regarding affirmative action and equal opportunity in all its activities and programs and does not discriminate against anyone protected by law because of age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, handicap, or status as a veteran or disabled veteran.

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