Dr. Steve Miller, left, has been named the new vice president for The University of Southern Mississippi's Gulf Park campus in Long Beach. Southern MIss President Rodney D. Bennett, right, made the announcement today at a news conference on the Gulf Park campus. (Photo by Charmaine Williams Schmermund)
The University of Southern Mississippi has named Dr. Steve Miller its new vice president for the Gulf Park campus in Long Beach, Miss., pending approval by the Board of Trustees of the State Institutions of Higher Learning.
Miller has served for the past 12 months as interim vice president for the Gulf Park campus. During that time, the campus has seen tremendous growth with several projects completed under Miller’s leadership including: three new Gulf Park facilities – a health center, a fitness center and a building to house the School of Social Work.
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