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Rodney Lincoln

Rodney Lincoln, Systems Engineer

Rodney Lincoln first came to Starkville and Mississippi State University in the summer of 1983. He enrolled into Mississippi State University in the fall of 1983 and completed his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology in the spring of 1986. Rodney was hired in November of 1988 by the Aerospace Engineering Department as an Electronics Engineering Technician.  In March of 1989, he transferred to the Raspet Flight Research Laboratory, where he currently has the title of Systems Engineer.

While working on most all of the projects at RASPET over the last 24 years, Rodney also taught several electrical courses on campus. These courses included Basic Electronics, Advanced Electronics, Industrial Controls and Automation and Robotics. While teaching at MSU, he earned his master’s degree in Industrial Technology from MSU.

Rodney works with all avionics, electrical, and electronic systems on all airborne flight test projects, as well as research lab projects. He enjoys working with MSU students on all varieties of their projects, especially any which are electrical or mechanical in nature.

Rodney is married to Patty Lincoln, and they have two daughters. One daughter is a junior at MSU, and the other daughter is a junior at Starkville Academy.