Rose Mary Dill currently works in the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems. Among other responsibilities at CAVS, she manages travel, functions, scheduling, events, sets up workshops and symposiums,and oranizes meetings for the Chief Technical Officer and Deputy Director. She has had university training in many aspects pertaining to her position and is very knowledgeable in university procedures.
Ms. Dill has had many years of previous higher education experience before coming to MSU in March 2004. She has worked as the assistant for three different presidents at Mississippi University for Women for a tenure of nearly eight years and has also worked for the College of Education at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio.
She has won several awards here at MSU including the MSU President's Commission on the Status of Women Staff Award, The Bagley College of Engineering Staff Achievement Award, and the CAVS Computational Manufacturing and Design Support Award.
Horstemeyer, M., Horstemeyer, S., Dill, R. M., & Cuicchi, R. (2007). Method and Apparatus for Testing a Toy Bumper Designed for Increased Passenger Safety Using Newton's Laws of Motion. Mississippi State University.