The following update was sent out to the Southern Miss faculty/staff email listserve Sunday afternoon 8/26/2012:
“Tropical Storm Isaac continues on a path to enter the Gulf of Mexico. It has been difficult to pin point where Isaac will make landfall and currently locations from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle should be monitoring the storms activities and be on alert and prepared to act if instructed to do so.
The university’s Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) is being updated as information becomes available.
Updates and information concerning day-to-day operations of the university will be distributed through the Eagle Alert emergency notification system and will also be available at http://www.SouthernMiss.info.
To sign up for Eagle Alert or ensure your contact information is current, visit http://www.usm.edu/safety/eagle-alert.
Take this time to prepare for possible severe weather and impact of the storm. Review your preparedness and plan accordingly. More information regarding preparedness can be found at http://www.redcross.org and http://www.nhc.noaa.gov;
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From Bobby Chain Technology lobby: Southern Style members Lane Hebert (left), a nursing major, and J.D. Saucier (center), a biology major, assist a SciTech transfer student following last call registration.
Last call for fall for transfer students took place today. The College of Science and Technology saw over 60 eager transfer students ready to register for fall classes.
Transfer students are an important component to the Southern Miss family. Our faculty and staff work to provide service to these students to make their transition to Southern Miss a successful one.
Here are some photos of today’s transfer registration:
Southern Style member Ann Marie Chilcutt greets SciTech students in the small group sessions.
Department of Biological Sciences Chair Dr. Glen Shearer with a Preview Transfer student following registration.
NASA’s Mars Rover “Curiosity” has been very busy.
It has been taking photos of “detailed crater” images as well as studying the atmosphere , including rocks.
The latest exciting news is that the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has spotted Curiosity on satellite images.
To see the color enhanced images, visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-19262486,
For more information, visit NASA’s official site, http://www.nasa.gov/.
Leaders in logistics, trade, and transportation attend CLTT Industry Advisory Council meeting.
Recently Southern Miss hosted a wide range of logistics, trade, and transportation professionals on the Hattiesburg campus. The meeting was part of the Center for Logistics, Trade, and Transportation (CLTT)Industry Advisory Council Meeting.
I was lucky enough to greet these successful professionals in the field and welcome them to our campus.
Attendees ranged from every imaginable field in logistics, trade, and transportation. All of us on campus know that whenever we are able to collaborate with professionals outside our university, we are able to have a more significant impact on our community.
Special thanks to out to attendees who took a day away from their busy schedules to give us important input on the future direction of our Center for Logistics Trade and Transportation and to our campus organizer and center director Dr. Tulio Sulbaran. The event was a great success.
To learn more about CLTT, visit http://www.usm.edu/logistics-trade-transportation
Here are some photos from the council meeting:
Industry leaders in logistics, trade, and transportation attend CLTT meeting.