Ibrahim Ul Huda (BS-Electrical Engineering) received the Nolan Shepard International Service award.
Fall is in full swing on the Ole Miss campus.
Rob Gathings, a 2010 graduate of the Bachelor of Engineering program with an emphasis in pre-med, will begin his medical studies at The University of Mississippi Medical Center in fall 2010.
For Donyell Myles (BE-criminal justice), the next step is law school, a job in law enforcement or a career in a scientific field such as forensics.
Anna Hailey, a recent Chemical Engineering graduate, won the Goldwater award in 2010. She is pictured with her advisor Dr. Chen.
After starting in the BE program, Alex McCaskill and Missy Russell found their niche in civil engineering.
Kaylen Addison (BE-public policy leadership) plans to pursue a math-and-science specific career in a governmental agency or politics.
Brantley Davidsons BE degree led him to continue his education in Ole Miss School of Accountancy.
Brianna Adkins and Steven Faulks (BE-pre-med) will be ideal candidates for competitive medical schools around the country.
Twin brothers Taylor and Ben Coker, both ROTC cadets at Ole Miss, will use their engineering degrees to pursue careers as military officers.
Student Adam Grace (BE-business) is getting real-world business experience with his own online hosting business.