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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 …

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 …

UM Hosts State Robotics Competition this Weekend

Center for Mathematics and Science Education prepares for eighth annual championship

OXFORD. Miss. – Middle and high school students from across the state will compete in Mississippi’s eighth annual FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition this weekend at the University of Mississippi. Hosted by the UM Center for Mathematics and Science Education, judging begins at 3:30 p.m. Friday (Feb. 28) in the Jackson Avenue Center. Public eventsRead the story …

Young Engineers Support UM Engineering Students

Alyssa and Jesse Revis share their success with Ole Miss family

OXFORD, Miss. – Alyssa and Jesse Revis know how scholarships can transform lives. Financial awards gave each of them academic opportunities that led to their successful engineering careers. Alyssa Smith Revis graduated with a degree from the University of Mississippi School of Engineering in 2013. Just six years later, she and husband Jesse have establishedRead 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 …

Young Engineers Support Engineering Students

Alyssa and Jesse Revis share their success with UM family

Alyssa and Jesse Revis know how scholarships can transform lives. Financial awards gave each of them the academic opportunities that led to their successful engineering careers. Alyssa Smith Revis graduated with a chemical engineering degree from the University of Mississippi School of Engineering in 2013. Now, just six years later, she and husband Jesse haveRead the story …

Alumnus Chosen for Knowles Teaching Fellowship

Justin Ragland to receive benefits valued at $150,000 for STEM teaching award

OXFORD, Miss. – University of Mississippi alumnus Justin Ragland has been chosen as one of 37 high school mathematics and science teachers nationwide to receive a Knowles Teaching Fellowship valued at $150,000.  The Knowles Teaching Fellowship is a five-year program that supports early-career high school mathematics and science teachers in their efforts to develop teaching expertise andRead the story …

Making Moves to Enhance Academics

North Mississippi teachers attend UM chess workshop

OXFORD, Miss. – This week, 26 teachers from across northern Mississippi gathered at the University of Mississippi‘s Jackson Avenue Center to learn how to teach chess to students in their schools. The event was hosted by the UM Center for Mathematics and Science Education and facilitated by Jeff Bulington, of Franklin County Chess and presidentRead the story …

School of Education Hosts Guyton Fall Festival

UM students plan family-friendly event for Oct. 26

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi School of Education and student organization Teachers of Tomorrow are sponsoring the 2018 Guyton Fall Festival from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday (Oct. 26). Free and open to the public, the festival in Guyton Hall will feature a variety of educational games and activities for children. Children are encouragedRead the story …

University Endowment Builds to All-time High of $715 Million

Strong investment returns, generosity of alumni and friends spurs growth

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi’s permanent endowment grew in its latest fiscal year to an all-time high of $715 million, thanks in part to the seventh consecutive year of new gifts of $100 million or more. Private support totaled more than $115.8 million from 30,332 donors, giving the university essential resources to continueRead the story …