July 17, 2018  

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Today’s email includes news releases about the University’s MBA program ranked among the nation’s Top 50 by an online publication and research by a doctoral graduate in Human Capital Development being featured on a Sirius XM radio program.

 

History professors Kevin Greene and Rebecca Tuuri, are available today to discuss the Justice Department’s reopening of the Emmett Till murder case.

 

Today’s email includes news releases about the University’s Delta Gamma Sorority winning major awards at a national convention and the renowned USM Symphony Orchestra undergoing leadership changes.

 

Today’s email includes news releases about the annual Eaglepalooza event returning to Downtown Hattiesburg and the USM Alumni Association announcing a new executive committee for 2018-19.

 

Today’s email includes details regarding a joint announcement from the University and the City of Hattiesburg, and a news release about new leadership for USM’s renowned Symphony Orchestra.

 

Please be advised that on Wednesday, July 11 at 10:30 a.m., Mayor Toby Barker and members of the Hattiesburg City Council will be joined by leadership from The University of Southern Mississippi for a joint announcement.

 

Today’s email includes an invitation to media from the College of Arts and Sciences for an announcement about the upcoming Symphony Orchestra season.

 

Today's email includes a story about Southern Miss alumna Jasmine Whiteside, who is pursuing a doctorate from Ohio State University after health challenges threatened to derail her dreams.

 

Today’s email includes a news release about the growth of USM’s National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) since its inception more than a decade ago as it prepares to host its ninth national conference spotlighting the latest research, strategies and technologies employed to make sport venues around the globe safe for both spectators and participants.