President Keenum received the Shackouls Honors College 2010 Outstanding Faculty Award from honors sophomore Emily Nations (c) and Shackouls director Nancy McCarley.
President Keenun represented MSU at a gathering of local leaders who announced a collaboration to seek funding to develop Starkville's Bryan Field airport to attract aerospace industries.
Mississippi State University has joined as a partner with the U.S. Census Bureau to highlight the importance of a producing an accurate count on Census Day, April 1.
President Keenum recently shared lunch and opinions with the Freshman Forum in the Marketplace at Perry Cafeteria.
In February President Keenum was invited by Speaker of the House Billy McCoy to address the Mississippi House of Representatives.
Nationally known Delta blues singer, songwriter and guitarist Keb' Mo' was the featured performer recently at the MSU Riley Center in Meridian.
President Keenum was on hand at the 2010 Alumni Association Awards Banquet to help recognize President Emeritus Donald W. Zacharias, who served 1985-97.
President Keenum congratulated Roy Ruby, former student affairs vice president and interim president, after the 2010 Alumni Association Awards Banquet for being named the National Alumnus of the Year.
Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman (l) and Mississippi State President Mark Keenum were among municipal, university and Oktibbeha County officials who gathered recently at the Starkville Sportsplex to discuss cooperative short-term priorities and long-term
President Keenum visited with a number of Evans Hall students for informal comments about his life experiences, including the opportunities provided by his MSU degrees.
President Keenum signs a Memorandum of Understanding along with Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Miko (Leader) Beasley Denson Friday at the Choctaw Central High School gymnasium.
Gary Wayne Pace of Bailey (2nd from left) made history during Friday's Mississippi State University-Meridian commencement ceremonies when he became the first graduate to earn a degree from MSU-Meridian's newest degree program--bachelor of business admini
President Keenum celebrates the Egg Bowl 2009 victory with athletic director Greg Byrne, head football coach Dan Mullen, and the winning Bulldog football team.
President Keenum and Student Association President Blake Jeter visit routinely to discuss matters of importance to Mississippi State students.
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.