February 19, 2019  

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Today’s email includes news releases about USM Assistant Professor John Mark Lawler’s digital collage piece being displayed as part of a summer exhibition in London. In addition, Loren Erickson, superintendent of campus landscape, is available today to discuss summer lawn and gardening care.

 

 

Today’s email includes news releases about a recent USM graduate being named a Phi Kappa Phi Fellow and a new grant program in the College Nursing designed to help patients in an underserved area of Hattiesburg.

 

Today’s email includes news releases about the new grant program coordinated by USM nursing professor Elizabeth Tinnon to help underserved patients in Hattiesburg and the announcement of a new GOLD Council by the USM Alumni Association.

 

Today’s email includes news releases about a USM nursing instructor being chosen for an inaugural Apple Digital Innovation Bootcamp; a Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the National Center for Sports Safety and Security to Dennis Cunningham, Director of Security for the National Hockey League, and a grant program developed by USM’s Center for Child Development.

 

The City of Hattiesburg and the University are holding a joint news conference today to announce a new transit route on the Hattiesburg campus.

 

Today’s email includes news releases about a partnership between USM and the City of Hattiesburg that brings a transit route onto the Hattiesburg campus and competitions developed by the USM Office of Technology Development to foster innovation and entrepreneurship.

 

The University of Southern Mississippi and the City of Hattiesburg will host a joint press conference to announce details of a new Hub City Transit route that will provide convenient and safe transportation on the University’s Hattiesburg campus, as well as connect to the city’s existing network of transit routes.

 

Today’s email includes a news release about an exciting program offered by the University’s Institute for Disability Studies that includes rock wall climbing, an elevated ropes course, and kayaking, among other activities.

 

Today's email includes news releases about a special award being presented to security expert Andrea Cunningham as part of the upcoming NCS4 National Sports Safety and Security Conference Exhibition, and the announcement of a memorial for longtime USM Professor Trellis Green, who passed away recently.