July 16, 2018  

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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. 

 

Today’s email includes news releases about nursing Assistant Professor Rebecca Newton being chosen for the inaugural Apple Digital Innovation Bootcamp and a technology program sponsored by the Institute for Disability Studies that will provide training webinars and internships for young adults with disabilities.

 

Today’s email includes news releases about the signing of an education partnership agreement between USM and the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, and delegates to Girls State elected as officers of the fictitious state of “Magnolia.”

 

Today’s email includes news releases about the popularity and benefits of USM’s Study Abroad programs, and a distinguished leadership award being presented to the director of the New York City Marathon as part of the upcoming NCS4 national conference.

 

Today’s email includes news releases about a faculty member at the Gulf Park campus in Long Beach receiving an Alumnus of the Year Award from the University of West Florida, and a No. 2 national ranking by Best Colleges for the online bachelor’s degree in Library Science.

 

Today’s email includes the availability of history professor and U.S. foreign policy expert Heather Stur to analyze the historic U.S.-North Korea summit.