Former Mississippi State faculty member Sonny Ramaswamy, center, now a senior U.S. Department of Agriculture administrator, visits with Greg Bohach, MSU vice president for the Division of Agriculture, Forestry, and Veterinary Medicine, left, and MSU Pres
SuperTalk Mississippi's Paul Gallo Show recently featured MSU President Mark E. Keenum on its live broadcast from the Mississippi Horse Park, where the Starkville Rotary Classic Rodeo was getting under way.
Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive was on MSU's Starkville campus Saturday to address the MSU Alumni Association's Leadership Conference.
The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies in Gulfport and the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to work together to study the health of protected, threatened, and endangered species in the Gulf of Mexico are
MSU President Mark E. Keenum recently announced an unprecedented new MSU scholarship program that will partner with the Mississippi Economic Council's highly successful Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition or STAR program.
MSU President Mark E. Keenum with Bulldog alumni among the Germantown High School faculty and staff during a recent campus visit with students at the new Madison County, Miss.
Dr. Keenum presents Martha Ann Estes Gordon with a cowbell during a memorial service for her husband, the late Senator Jack Gordon.
Governor Phil Bryant accepts an "Honorary Bulldog" certificate from Dr. Mark Keenum during December 2012 Commencement.
Dr. Keenum and Starkville mayor Parker Wiseman serve a Christmas lunch to local firefighters to thank them for their service to the community.
Dr. Keenum joins Lt. Colonel Roberta Nicholson and Major Tommy Cardone for the rededication of Middleton Hall.
MSU alumnus and CEO of Hancock Bank, John Hairston, spoke to Dr. Keenum's leadership class about his career and how he made the move from Chemical Engineering to Banking.
Dr. Keenum speaking at the 2012 MSU Veterans Day Program at Mississippi State, honoring those MSU students and Oktibbeha County residents who have served.
Mississippi State University First Lady Rhonda Keenum, seated left, presented His Excellency Elkanah Odembo, the Kenyan Ambassador to the U.S., seated right, with a commemorative MSU cowbell following a luncheon in Odembo's honor on Thursday in the Swalm
Dr. Keenum hosts National Merit Finalist Shelby Given and her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Steve Given, at the president's home.
Members of the MSU baseball team presented Dr. Keenum, center, with a championship ring commemorating the Diamond Dawgs' 2012 Southeastern Conference Tournament title.