May 23, 2019  

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Today’s message includes a special coverage opportunity regarding the annual Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book Festival which is set for Wednesday through Friday on the Hattiesburg campus. 


Today’s message includes news releases about the University launching a fully online Master of Arts in Teaching degree program and the School of Humanities hosting a Mississippi History Day for middle and high school students.


Attendees can expect to enjoy live music performances; art, products and food; and family- and child-friendly activities during this year’s festivities. 


Today’s message includes special coverage opportunities regarding the annual Jazz and Blues Festival set for Saturday at the Gulf Park campus and an International Food Fair going on today at the Hattiesburg campus.


The annual food fair is sponsored by International Student and Scholar Services and the English-Language Institute at USM. Cuisine from around the globe will be featured at various booths.


Today’s message includes news releases about a USM Social Work student opening a non-profit to aid foster families, the School of Psychology honoring four students with achievement awards, and a preview of the Repertory Dance Company’s spring concert.


Today’s message includes news releases about Innocence Project Director Tucker Carrington speaking at a Philosophy and Religion Forum on the Hattiesburg campus, TRIAD AmeriCorps members being recognized for their service, and a preview of the upcoming Connoisseur Series performance by WindSync.


Today’s message includes news releases about the Civil War Governors of Mississippi Project, a collaborative research initiative with USM history professor Susannah Ural serving as director, and an upcoming music industry workshop to be led by award winning international sound engineer José Diogo Neves.


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.