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Nominations wanted for 2014 Powe and Research Awards

The nomination period is open for Mississippi State University's 2014 Research Awards and the Ralph E. Powe Research Excellence Award. Employees and students are encouraged to submit nominations for this year's program.

Research Awards recognize individuals who contribute significantly to the university's mission of research, as well as honor and reward students, faculty and staff for their accomplishments in research and creative endeavors. The awards also raise awareness of research programs and capabilities on campus.

The Powe Award is reserved for outstanding, nationally recognized, competitive researchers. Nominees should have a distinguished research career and a currently active research program. The award will be reflective of leadership, vision, facilitation, collaboration, problem solving and team building. The Powe honoree receives a gift of $1,500 and a commemorative plaque.

Recipients will be honored at a banquet in April.

Complete nomination packets for all awards are due in the Office of Research and Economic Development on or before March 3. Additional information and nomination forms are available for download here:

* 2014 Research Award Nomination Information

* 2014 Powe Research Excellence Award Nomination Information

The awards program is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development and the Office of the Vice President for Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine.

For additional information, please contact Lynn Taylor at 662-325-3168 or ltaylor@research.msstate.edu.


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