May 23, 2019  

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Today’s message include a news release regarding the production of a Quality of Place report for the Gulf Coast Business Council by USM’s Trent Lott National Center for Economic Development and Entrepreneurship.


Today’s message include news releases about the English and Theatre programs at USM set to host the 2019 Blaine Quarnstrom Playwright Series featuring Robert Icke next month and USM education Assistant Professor Rose Jones presenting her research at a national conference.


Today’s message include news releases about Dr. Rebekah Young being named executive director of USM’s Institute for Disability Studies and a USM social work professor and social work alumna honored at the annual Fall Colloquium.


Today’s message include a news release about the USM School of Psychology Program earning a prestigious credential. In addition, media are reminded that USM celebrates its Fall 2018 Commencement today with two ceremonies at Reed Green Coliseum on the Hattiesburg campus.


Today’s message includes a reminder that the University will celebrate is 2018 Fall Commencement on Friday. 


Today’s message includes news releases about USM student Chrishasta Gardner set to graduate with the state’s first Child Advocacy Studies minor and Clinical Psychology graduate student Katie Ramsey earning a Poster Award at a recent national conference.


Today’s message includes a news release about USM history Professor Allison Alba's selection as the University’s nominee for Mississippi Humanities Council Teacher of the Year. 


History Professor Heather Stur is available to discuss the life and legacy of former President George H.W. Bush, who died on Friday.


Today’s message includes an announcement of the Luckyday Foundation's commitment of $8.7 million toward the Luckyday Citizenship Scholars Program.