John Grisham, a 1977 Mississippi State graduate and best-selling author, made an unannounced stop Tuesday [Oct.
President Keenum recently spoke to students in Montgomery Hall about his experiences as a student at MSU and encouraged the group to continue working hard as they pursue success.
Presidents Rick Young of EMCC (l) and Mark Keenum recently marked the formal participation of the community college in the Golden Triangle Regional Library Consortium.
Dr. Keenum presents a gift to Dr. Vivian Presley, president of Coahoma Community College, on a courtesy call Tuesday afternoon in Clarksdale.
President Keenum met with Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears, on the Senatobia campus July 14.
The Keenums with ABC News anchor Robin Roberts at the 2009 Mississippi Picnic in New York's Central Park.
MSU President Mark Keenum and Donna Oliver, president of Mississippi Valley State University, recently signed a memorandum of understanding designed to increase faculty participation in research and contracts at both universities.
During Spring Commencement, President Keenum awarded an honorary doctor of science degree to Fred E. Carl Jr.
Frances Coleman (center), dean of the Mississippi State Libraries, recently was honored for her service and leadership by the G.V. "Sonny" Montgomery Foundation with its Excellence in Leadership Award.
President Keenum (right) and Dean Gary Myers conversed with students in April at the College of Arts and Sciences' annual Hot Dog Houpla.
U.S. Grant Association President and Rhode Island Chief Justice Frank J. Williams (left) poses with Mississippi State President Mark E. Keenum and a portrait of Grant during the association's annual--and first--meeting at the university.
(L-r) President Keenum, David Jasen, and Brian Holland took a moment during the 2009 Ragtime Jazz Festival.
Tommy Tomlinson (l), Cadence Bank president, and Mississippi State President Mark Keenum prepare to serve first slices from the university's 131st year birthday cake.
President Keenum signed papers naming MSU the official host for presidential papers of Ulysses S. Grant.