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February 2011

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02.03.2011

University of Southern Mississippi President Martha Saunders and members of the Executive Cabinet have accepted the recommendations of the Program Elimination Appeals Committee regarding academic programs scheduled for elimination in fiscal year 2012.

02.03.2011

Due to a forecast of inclement winter weather, night classes are cancelled today, Thursday, Feb. 3, at The University of Southern Mississippi’s Hattiesburg campus. Students in classes that begin in the afternoon, but extend beyond 5 p.m., should consult with their instructor. Night classes will be held as scheduled at all Southern Miss Gulf Coast locations.

 

Classes will be held as scheduled Friday at all Southern Miss locations.

 

Southern Miss students, faculty and staff are urged to use caution when traveling because of potentially hazardous conditions brought on by this weather system. Check local television, radio and Internet weather news for updates.

02.02.2011

The University of Southern Mississippi is marking the 25th anniversary of Black History Month by recognizing the achievements of African Americans and their contributions to the American experience with a series of educational, service and recreational activities and programs.

02.02.2011

The Southern Chorale, renowned as the premiere chorale ensemble at The University of Southern Mississippi, will perform a free concert at the St. Louis Cathedral at New Orleans’ Jackson Square on Friday, Feb. 11.

02.01.2011

The Forrest County Emergency Management Agency is advising local residents to be prepared for the potential impact of a severe weather system predicted to move through the Pine Belt and other parts of the state this afternoon. The Southern Miss Police Department urges students, faculty and staff to use caution today in making decisions about travel to and from the Hattiesburg campus.

 

Conditions associated with this weather system could include strong thunderstorms, heavy rains and high winds. Monitor local news via television, radio and internet for updates.