December 3, 2015
Members of the inaugural class of James Patterson Teacher Education Scholars at Mississippi State are hosting an ongoing children's book drive. Donations of gently used children's books are much appreciated and will be distributed by local law enforcement agencies to children in need. Donations are being accepted in Allen Hall, room 309 until December 8.  Click here for more info. 

Non-Artist Exhibition

The TKI 2413 History and Appreciation of Art Crafts Non-Artist Exhibition was held on December 1. Pictured above are the overall winners who were recognized, and many other awards were presented by Ms. Angela Latham, the instructor for the course. 

College of Education News

MSU blindness center awarded major grants to expand mission

STARKVILLE, Miss.—The National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision at Mississippi State is receiving two new federal grants totaling more than $7.3 millionRead more...

MSU announces first James Patterson Teacher Education Scholars  

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Eight freshmen from Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee make up the first class of James Patterson Teacher Education Scholars at Mississippi State. Read more...

MSU Martin Center, autism group announce first state conference

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State is initiating a program for professionals that focuses on improving the lives of state residents with autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities, and developmental and specific learning disabilities. Read more...

College of Education Events


12/3-12/8 - James Patterson Teacher Education Scholars Children's Book Drive 

12/3 - Reading Day

12/4 - 12/10 - Final Exams

12/22 - 1/1 - Winter Holidays


1/13 - Lunch & Learn

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Meet the Staff
Chelsey Vincent - The Learning Center, Coordinator of the College Achievement Support Program as well as the Coordinator of Supplemental Instruction. From Decatur, Mississippi, she received a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from Mississippi State University, and also a Master's degree in Counseling from MSU. She says,"I think we can help all students at MSU, not just the ones that may be struggling. We can help students further excel in areas that they are performing well in. I enjoy working with The Learning Center because I understand where students are coming from in high school and where they want to go in college and beyond. It makes it worth it by helping them reach their goals." Interesting Fact: Chelsey said, "On my 26th birthday I told my family I wanted to run a mile for every year that I have lived and thank God for something at each mile. I was able to do that on April 25, 2015 when I finished the Nashville Country Music Marathon." 

662-325-3717         309 Allen Hall        Mail Stop 9710