Mississippi State University

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  1. Academic and Administrative

    1. Dorman Hall

      Dorman Hall

      Dorman Hall was formerly the location of Dudy Noble Field. In 1964, the baseball field was closed to make way for the construction of the building. Dorman Hall houses the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences and the Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant Pathology. Approximately 200 faculty members and graduate and post-doctoral students have offices in Dorman Hall. In addition, Dorman classrooms accommodate approximately 1,000 students daily. Greenhouse space occupying over 11,000 square feet is located behind Dorman Hall with a 6,000 square-foot building housed with office, workshop and classroom space. Landscaping around Dorman Hall is used for scientific study and public display. The gardens include fern glen, vines and daylily collections, butterfly garden, prairie garden, rain garden, evergreen collection, xerophytic garden, hydrangea collection and shade garden.


      Plant and Soil Sciences – http://www.pss.msstate.edu


      Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant Pathology – http://www.biochemistry.msstate.edu


      College of Agriculture and Life Sciences – http://www.cals.msstate.edu



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