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January 2011

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Noetic Technologies Inc., and The University of Southern Mississippi were recently awarded the John I. Rucker Community Innovation Leadership Award at the 11th Annual Conference on High Technology hosted by the Mississippi Technology Alliance.


A professor considered a technology education pioneer and an Honors College student with a 4.0 grade point average are The University of Southern Mississippi’s recipients of this year’s Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) award.


Mississippi Home of Your Own (HOYO) will sponsor a free, one-day homebuyer education workshop on Saturday, Jan. 22 for residents with and without disabilities in Yazoo and surrounding counties.


The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast will host spring 2011 orientation for new undergraduate students at 1 p.m. Wednesday, January 12, in the Fleming Education Center at the Gulf Park campus in Long Beach. Registration and advisement will be held from 2 – 6 p.m. January 12 in the Fleming Education Center.


Spring semester classes begin Tuesday, January 18. The last day to register for full-term spring semester classes is Friday, January 21.


For more information, call 228.214.3444; online, visit www.usm.edu/gulfcoast.


Experts in banking, finance and economic development will converge as part of Impact Southern Miss: Turning Knowledge into Innovation set for Jan. 20 at the Trent Lott National Center for Excellence in Economic Development and Entrepreneurship.


Due to a winter weather system that has the potential to cause hazardous conditions in the Pine Belt area overnight, The University of Southern Mississippi’s Hattiesburg campus will be closed until noon tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 10.


Southern Miss Gulf Coast operations will continue on their regular schedule tomorrow.

Students, faculty and staff are asked to monitor news about weather conditions on local radio and television and through the Internet. For updates about the weather’s impact on the Hattiesburg campus visit www.usm.edu/news


The University of Southern Mississippi Police Department continues to monitor the potential for inclement weather predicted for the Pine Belt and its impact on the university.