MPrint is a bi-monthly e-newsletter of the Mississippi State University Foundation.

January 2017 MPrint

Infinite Impact aspires to new heights
Our aspirations for Infinite Impact are bolder than before. As our campaign moves forward, we invite you to experience the impact with us. Please view this special video and learn how Infinite Impact creates limitless possibilities for people everywhere through the work of Mississippi State University.

MSU continues Compass Scholarships challenge
No matter if students are traveling east, west, north or south to enroll at Mississippi State University, a special scholarship known as Compass can help them maintain a great sense of direction as they pursue their studies at the 139-year-old land-grant institution.

Bestselling author continues support for future teachers
Top New York Times bestselling author James Patterson is passionate about promoting reading and literacy. In an effort to encourage future teachers to uphold these subjects in their classrooms, Patterson created the James Patterson Teacher Education Scholarships, which currently benefit over 20 different colleges and universities across the country, including Mississippi State University.

Engineering alum’s legacy resonates through music advancement
From tactical military transmissions and innovative technology applications, to soothing melodies from a variety of instruments, Bill Burdine’s contributions to advance audible communications have been heard across the globe. As a pioneer of electrical engineering and passionate musician, the late alumnus's legacy continues to resonate across the Mississippi State University campus through ongoing support from his wife, Nancy.

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