Our faculty and staff offer workshops on topics related to research, scholarship, academic integrity, thesis and dissertation formatting, emerging technologies, a variety of software packages, and how to use the library.
The annual MegaResource workshop covers topics related to technology, instruction, and online databases for K-12 librarians.
Increasingly, researchers rely on academic libraries for support with the data lifecycle. As responses to these needs emerge within our profession, it is vital to come together to share ideas, struggles, and successes. The MSU Libraries are providing an opportunity to collaborate and strategize at the Scholarly Communication Summit. We invite you to join us and submit proposals to share your experiences and expertise in providing data services to researchers.
The Mississippi Land & Literature Series is a programming partnership among Mississippi State University Libraries, Mississippi State University Division of Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine, and Cotesworth Culture and Heritage Center.
Each event in the Marszalek Lecture Series includes papers presented by MSU students and a lecture by an established, nationally known historian.
The Collins Speaker Series brings leading figures of the day to the Mississippi State University campus to engage in close and personal discussions about their lives and careers.
The Williams Lecture was established in 2017 by former Rhode Island Supreme Court Chief Justice Frank Williams and his wife, Virginia, to provide the university community and others a chance to reflect on Lincoln and the Civil War by bringing leading scholars to campus.
Concerts and seminars by world-renowned ragtime musicians, along with tours of the Templeton Music Museum.
An all-day event featuring a variety of sessions, workshops, and research opportunities for genealogy and local history enthusiasts.