$10.5M Grant Creates Glycoscience Research Center at Pharmacy School

National Institutes of Health to fund effort studying how carbohydrates affect human health

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi has received a $10.5 million Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence Phase I grant from the National Institutes of Health to establish a new center dedicated to glycoscience, funded for the first year at $2,107,042.  The Glycoscience Center of Research Excellence, known as GlyCORE, will study how carbohydrates andRead the story …

Raytheon Technologies Division Picked for Engineering School’s Inaugural Industry Partner Award

Ole Miss Engineering created award to recognize companies that support school's mission and growth

The University of Mississippi School of Engineering has recognized Raytheon Intelligence & Space (RI&S) with its inaugural Industry Partner Award for its contributions to positive student outcomes and commitment to research sponsorship. The engineering school created the award to recognize a company playing an important role in supporting the school’s mission and growth. Such partnershipsRead the story …

CME Director Sharing Musical Skills in Virtual Concert

Ryan Miller to appear in Leadership Mississippi 'Conquering COVID Through Music'

Editor’s note: The Mississippi Economic Council has postponed this event. A new day/time has not been announced. OXFORD, Miss. – A University of Mississippi staff member whose guitar and vocal talents have made him popular on social media is among four Leadership Mississippi alumni performing in a virtual concert set for Thursday (July 2). RyanRead the story …

Professor Helps Environmental Engineering Track Grow at Ole Miss

UM assistant professor of civil engineering Matteo D'Alessio developing new courses in major

As the University of Mississippi School of Engineering expands course offerings in its environmental engineering program, Matteo D’Alessio will be at the forefront of their development. The new assistant professor of civil engineering joined the UM faculty earlier this year. After teaching environmental engineering last spring, the Sgurgola, Italy, native will develop and teach water andRead the story …