Dr. Amy Chasteen Miller, associate provost for Academic Excellence at Southern Miss, announces the new Barnes & Noble Textbook Scholarship during a special ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 7. (Photo by Kathleen Dearman)
The University of Southern Mississippi announced two new initiatives on Wednesday, Oct. 7 designed to expand and enrich its commitment to student success. The Barnes & Noble Textbook Scholarship and the University’s Quality Enhancement Plan were celebrated during a special ceremony held on the Hattiesburg campus.
Bookstore giant Barnes & Noble created the need-based textbook scholarship fund for Southern Miss students. Over the next four years, the University will distribute approximately $375,000 in textbook scholarships (maximum of $500 per student per year) to students with financial need.
Join the University of Southern Mississippi Department of Dance for "Waterloo Wanderings," a dance concert culminating the first ever British Studies in dance program on Oct. 10 in the Theatre and Dance Building, Studio 115. Pre-show events begin at 7:30 p.m. and the concert will begin at 8:30 p.m. Pre-show events include live music, dance performance videos, slide shows, and a thorough British theatre-going experience.
World War II veterans who served with the U.S. Army’s highly decorated 103rd Infantry “Cactus” Division are giving the unit’s archival collection and management duties for its website to The University of Southern Mississippi.
The University of Southern Mississippi’s Lake Thoreau Environmental Center has a unique Halloween experience in store for residents of all ages with its inaugural “Spooky Hollow Biol-loween” event set for Oct. 23-24.
Four former students from The University of Southern Mississippi participated in the White House welcoming ceremony for Chinese President, Xi Jinping last month. The United States Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps performed in the ceremony; three of their snare drummers and one of their buglers are former members of the Southern Miss “Pride of Mississippi” Marching Band.
Ellen Ruffin serves as an associate professor and curator for University Libraries at the University of Southern Mississippi, and is passionate about the unique items that can be found in its renowned de Grummond Children's Literature Collection.
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