Are We There Yet?

Nope. By no means. No way. No. We are not there yet. When I was a kid, my (large) family drove places in a station wagon. Three people were in the front seat, three in the middle seat, two or three in the rear-facing back seat, and one or two in the tiny space betweenRead the story …

GRE Requirement Waived; 4+1 Program Begun to Help Journalism Students

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi School of Journalism and New Media has two new opportunities that are designed to make things a little easier for students pursuing graduate degrees. The school has decided to suspend the GRE requirement for fall 2020 admission to graduate programs. It also is introducing a 4+1 program designedRead the story …

Meet Le’Tosha James, April’s Staff Member of the Month

Le’Tosha James, an administrative assistant in the Department of Naval Science, has been named Staff Council’s Staff Member of the Month for April. To help us get to know her better, she answered some questions for Inside Ole Miss. IOM: How long have you worked at Ole Miss? James: 6½ years. IOM: What is your hometown? James: Oxford.Read the story …

Meet Gearldine G. Campbell, March’s Staff Member of the Month

Gearldine G. Campbell, a senior supply clerk in the Office of Procurement Services, has been named Staff Council’s Staff Member of the Month for March. To help us get to know her better, she answered some questions for Inside Ole Miss. IOM: How long have you worked at Ole Miss? Campbell: More than 20 years. IOM: What is yourRead the story …

17 Inspirational Messages from Ole Miss with Love

Charles de Gaulle, quotable French statesman and army officer, once said, “Faced with crisis, the man of character falls back on himself. He imposes his own stamp of action, takes responsibility for it, makes it his own.”  Social media, always abuzz with inspirational quotes like the one from de Gaulle on any given day, hasRead the story …

Creative Eating During Social Isolation, or ‘I Didn’t Know I Had That’

So, you are doing the right thing and staying home to socially isolate yourself, which means frequent trips to the grocery store or eating in restaurants are out for the foreseeable future. Probably one of the most compelling questions in your thoughts – or out of your kid’s mouths – is, “What is there toRead the story …

UM Online Learning: 9 Tips to Make Transition Easier

With the online classroom officially getting started this week, here are nine helpful tips to make the transition a little easier. TIP No. 1 | Create a morning routine It’s important to get your day started off in the right direction. Even though you won’t have to go lock down a parking spot on campus, goRead the story …

Meet Terence C. Williams, February’s Staff Member of the Month

Terence C. Williams, a property control auditor in Procurement Services, has been named Staff Council’s Staff Member of the Month for February. To help us get to know him better, he answered some questions for Inside Ole Miss. IOM: How long have you worked at Ole Miss? Williams: Six years and 4 months. IOM: What is your hometown?Read the story …

Meet Jen Blakley, January’s Staff Member of the Month

Jen Blakley, administrative assistant in the School of Pharmacy, has been named Staff Council’s Staff Member of the Month for January. To help us get to know her better, she answered some questions for Inside Ole Miss. IOM: How long have you worked at Ole Miss? Blakley: 1 year and 4 months IOM: What is your hometown?  Blakley: VanRead the story …

Meet Meredith Sessums, December’s Staff Member of the Month

Meredith Sessums, operations supervisor at the Center for Mathematics and Science Education, has been named Staff Council’s Staff Member of the Month for December. To help us get to know her better, she answered some questions for Inside Ole Miss. IOM: How long have you worked at Ole Miss?  Sessums: I will have worked for Ole MissRead the story …