January 18, 2019  

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Today’s message includes news releases about the dates for the Southern Invitational Choral Conference later this month and the University Police updating is Gulf Coast Division to include the promotion officer Patrick Williams.

 

Today’s message includes a photo/video opportunity of a private preview of the University’s new Marine Research Center at the Port of Gulfport, featuring special guest Dr. Bob Ballard.

 

Today’s message includes news releases about two accounting students earning Mississippi Society of Certified Public Accountants scholarships and a USM faculty member’s recent work in the Philippines teaching Lessac Kinesensics Practice-Based Research. 

 

Today’s message includes a news release about the first University Forum Series of the fall semester. In addition, Jennifer Brannock, Curator of Rare Books and Mississippiana at USM, is available to discuss techniques used by libraries to preserve historic material.

 

Today’s message includes a photo/video opportunity regarding the official dedication and ribbon-cutting of the Joe Paul Student Theater on Saturday and a new release about the opening event of the Leaf River Fall Fests Series. 

 

Today’s message includes news releases about the annual All-South Marching Band Day set for Saturday on the Hattiesburg campus and a report from a “Meet the Firms” event hosted by USM’s College of Business and Economic Development.

 

Today’s email includes updates on operations along USM’s Gulf Coast and Hattiesburg facilities in regards to Tropical Storm Gordon.

 

Today’s email includes a photo/video opportunity regarding tonight’s annual Pride of Mississippi Marching Band Preview, including the Dixie Darlings and a news release about the Faculty Art & Design Show set to open on Sept. 6.

 

Today’s email includes photo/video opportunities associated with the University’s annual three-day conference for Congressional staff members and visits by IHL Commissioner Dr. Alfred Rankins Jr. to the Hattiesburg and Gulf Park campuses.