Photograph of science teachers during a Gulf Coast workshop
{top: 225, left: 50} Science teachers workshop on Mississippi's Gulf Coast
Photograph of science teachers attending an ecology workshop
{top: 50, left: 50} Science teachers exploring along Mississippi's Gulf Coast
Dr. Ken Rhinehart and colleagues
{top: 225, left: 50} Dr. Ken Rhinehart and colleagues
Photograph of students collecting environmental data on school campus.
{top: 50, left: 50} Students collecting environmental data at their school
Photograph of science teachers during a Gulf Coast workshop
Photograph of science teachers attending an ecology workshop
Dr. Ken Rhinehart and colleagues
Photograph of students collecting environmental data on school campus.
Johnson Science Tower

Johnson Science Tower

Home of the Center for Science and Mathematics Education, the Johnson Science Tower is the tallest building on campus and is considered a land-mark for the university.

Ken Rhinehart, CSME Environmental Science Instructor, is featured on the following videoclip regarding the Southern Miss Campus Beautification Campaign.

Oak trees on campus.

Historic Oak Trees

The university landscape is covered with many beautiful and old oak trees, some dating back to the initial days when the university was founded over 100 years ago.  Pleasant and peaceful, they provide an atmosphere for relaxation and reflection.