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December 2015

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Tracie Fowler, president and chief executive officer of United Way for Southeast Mississippi, will serve as grand marshal for the 31st annual Southern Miss Coca-Cola Classic Rodeo.


A project managed by the U.S. Library of Congress (LOC) and the Smithsonian Institution that seeks to preserve the story of America’s civil rights advanced their mission recently with assistance from the University of Southern Mississippi’s Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage (COCH).


A student and faculty member from the School of Kinesiology at The University of Southern Mississippi were honored at the American Kinesiotherapy Association’s 69th annual conference in New Orleans Nov. 18-21.


The continued hard work and progress exhibited by the Center for Military Veterans, Service Members and Families at The University of Southern Mississippi has led to prestigious recognition for the University from two national military publications.


Military Advanced Education & Transition (MAE&T) has awarded Southern Miss the designation of a Top School in its 2016 Guide to Colleges & Universities, measuring best practices in military and veteran education. Additionally, Victory Media Inc., a veteran-owned ratings entity whose work includes identifying organizations, including schools, which engage in practices supportive of active duty military, veterans and their families, has designated Southern Miss a Military Friendly School.


The Luckyday Foundation Citizenship Scholars Program at The University of Southern Mississippi has been selected for the Jon C. Dalton Institute on College Student Values 2016 Best Practices Award. The award will be presented during the Institute’s annual meeting Feb. 4-6 at Florida State University.


The University of Southern Mississippi’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in Hattiesburg will join forces with the Gulf Coast center to conduct a series of Business 101 workshops in January, 2016.



Like most young adults, Antonio “Tony” Norwood is making plans for his future. He is deciding what courses to take in college, how to get his driver’s license, and what he wants to do for a career. What sets Norwood apart is that he has made a major effort to be a self-advocate to promote opportunities for others with disabilities.