March 25, 2019  

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Today’s message includes news releases about Dr. Trenton Gould being named the inaugural Dean of USM’s College of Education and Human Sciences and a pair of graduate programs receiving recognition by U.S. News & World Report.


USM’s Center for Fisheries Research and Development (CFRD) is hosting a “Fisheries Fun Day” at the Marine Education Center (MEC) March 23, 2019. 


Second graders from Rowan Elementary School will tour the Hattiesburg campus on the morning of March 25. 


Today’s message includes the announcement of the annual Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book Festival set for next month on the Hattiesburg campus.


Today’s message includes news releases about a coverage opportunity regarding a two-day symposium hosted by USM scientist Alan Shiller that will focus on coastal ocean issues. 


Today’s message includes news releases about a new Telehealth Center designed to find solutions for health disparities in Mississippi and the announcement of seven arts educators who will receive the annual Arts Institute of Mississippi (AIM) awards.


Dr. Lou Marciani, NCS4 director, will be available via video to answer questions from media concerning NCS4’s ongoing safety and security training of law enforcement officials around the world. Marciani is currently at INTERPOL headquarters in Lyon, France, conducting the fourth of a six-part training program for law enforcement officials from INTERPOL’s 194-member countries. 


Today’s message includes a coverage opportunity regarding the “Careers on the Coast” job fair being held on the Gulf Park campus. 


Today’s message includes news releases about USM partnering with JCPenney for “Suit-Up” events to benefit students in Biloxi and Hattiesburg.