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01.15.2019

University of Southern Mississippi nursing student Tamecia Herbert has been awarded The Hiawatha and Eunice Northington Memorial Scholarship.

 

Herbert, a native of Crystal Springs, Miss., currently works at the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery V.A. Medical Center in Jackson, Miss., as a registered nurse. The scholarship is administered through the Mississippi Nurses Foundation.

01.15.2019

 

Today’s message includes a new release about the growing popularity and success of the University’s Faculty Development Institute 

01.14.2019

Barely two years old, an innovative faculty development initiative at The University of Southern Mississippi has blossomed into a resounding success.

 

USM’s ACUE (Association of College and University Educators) Faculty Development Institute is an intensive, 10-week program featuring participants engaged in a subset of ACUE’s Course in Effective Teaching Practices, which focuses on research-based techniques for promoting active learning, improving assessment techniques, and designing effective courses.

01.14.2019

Two assistant professors in The University of Southern Mississippi’s (USM) School of Psychology have each received a Summer Grant for the Improvement of Instruction (SGII) for 2019 from the Office of the Provost. The grant includes a summer salary stipend and provides time for recipients to redesign or create new courses and/or assessment practices.  

01.14.2019

 

Today’s message includes a new release announcing the date for USM’s annual Economic Outlook Forum. 

01.11.2019

Economic trends and forecasts will be the focal point for the Economic Outlook 2019 Forum hosted by The University of Southern Mississippi on Thursday, Feb. 14 at the Thad Cochran Center on USM’s Hattiesburg campus.

01.11.2019

 

Today’s message includes news releases about USM and Craig Newmark Philanthropies partnering on a Women in Technology speaking tour and the University serving as the host site for Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services’ 35th anniversary celebration featuring Elizabeth Smart.

01.10.2019

Elizabeth Smart, one of America’s most well-known child abduction survivors and a prominent advocate for national child safety legislation, will be the guest presenter for Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services’ 35th anniversary program Tuesday, Feb. 19, titled “Where There’s Hope: Embracing the Future.”

01.10.2019

In an effort to increase interest and diversity in technology fields and computer science, The University of Southern Mississippi and Craig Newmark Philanthropies have organized their first- ever Women in Technology speaking tour, which will reach more than 750 high school girls across Mississippi between Jan. 25 and Feb. 22.