School of Applied Sciences Shows Off New Home

Faculty and staff share renovated Garland, Hedleston and Mayes at open house

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi School of Applied Sciences welcomed more than 100 attendees to its recent open house for the renovated Garland, Hedleston and Mayes halls to celebrate the project’s completion and welcome the community at large to the school’s new space. The former residence halls have been renovated and repurposed toRead the story …

M Partner Summer Interns Work to Improve Quality of Life in New Albany

Five students assist farmers market, youth and economic development organizations

NEW ALBANY, Miss. – This summer, University of Mississippi students completed internships in communities across the state working through M Partner, a community engagement effort that seeks to improve quality of life in partner cities. In New Albany, five University of Mississippi students worked on community development and revitalization projects that involved the local farmersRead the story …

M Partner Summer Interns Tackle Quality-of-Life Projects in Lexington

Two students promote healthy lifestyles, career development and educational partnerships

LEXINGTON, Miss. – This summer, University of Mississippi students completed internships in communities across the state working through M Partner, a community engagement effort that seeks to improve quality of life in partner cities. In Lexington, two University of Mississippi students worked on promoting healthy eating habits in the community through the local farmers marketRead the story …

M Partner Summer Interns Work on Community Projects in Charleston

Four students contribute to health, beautification and marketing efforts

CHARLESTON, Miss. – This summer, University of Mississippi students completed internships in communities across the state working through M Partner, a community engagement effort that seeks to improve quality of life in partner cities. In Charleston, four University of Mississippi students worked on health promotion and diabetes education, and beautification efforts, among other initiatives. MRead the story …

Meet Dale Bramlett, September’s Staff Member of the Month

Dale Bratton Bramlett, an administrative assistant in the Department of Health, Exercise Science and Recreation Management, has been selected as Staff Council’s Staff Member of the Month for September. To help us get to know her better, she answered a few questions for Inside Ole Miss. IOM: How long have you worked at Ole Miss? Read the story …

Something for Everyone During UM Welcome Month

From silent disco to laser tag, wide-ranging events on deck for campus community

OXFORD, Miss. – As the 2019-20 academic year draws near, members of the University of Mississippi community have plenty of activities to get them plugged in during the first week of class and thereafter. Coordinated by the Ole Miss Student Union and Student Activities Association, the schedule features activities for all, including a picnic, silentRead the story …

Division of Outreach Awarded Top Honors at College PR Conference

Team awards include first-place print advertising campaign in statewide competition

OXFORD, Miss. – Members of the Marketing and Creative Services department in the University of Mississippi’s Division of Outreach and Continuing Education were honored for their work during the College Public Relations Association of Mississippi’s 2019 conference. The awards were presented during the event last month in Ridgeland , where marketing, communications and public relationsRead the story …

Meet Deborah Livingston, June’s Staff Member of the Month

Deborah Livingston, a University of Mississippi custodian, has been selected as Staff Council’s Staff Member of the Month for June. To help us get to know her better, she answered a few questions for Inside Ole Miss. IOM: How long have you worked at Ole Miss?  Livingston: 18 years, have begun my 19th year this year. IOM:Read the story …

Summer Sunset Series brings music, fun to Grove

Every Sunday in June, music, food and fun will take over the Grove at the University of Mississippi during the Summer Sunset Series. Sundays in June at 6 p.m., free concerts will be hosted at the Grove stage through a partnership between Visit Oxford, Yoknapatawpha Arts Council and UM, among others. All the concerts areRead the story …

School of Applied Sciences Honors Students of the Month

Kymberle Gordon and Shanda Martin recognized for academic excellence

OXFORD, Miss. – The School of Applied Sciences at the University of Mississippi has named Shanda Martin, of Tupelo, as its Undergraduate Student of the Month and Kymberle Gordon, of Canandaigua, New York, as Graduate Student of the Month for May. Martin is an Itawamba Community College transfer who graduated May 11 with a bachelor’sRead the story …