College of Liberal Arts

- University of Mississippi

Accomplished Alumni

    • The DM: W. Ralph Eubanks, Pre-med Student Turned Publisher

      The alumnus exemplifies the success one can achieve with a liberal arts education from the University of Mississippi.

    • Alumnus Leads Journal to Prestigious Nominations

      W. Ralph Eubanks credits UM English faculty for his solid career foundation.

    • D.T. Shackelford Wins 2014 Wuerffel Trophy

      Linebacker Honored for Exceptional Community Service.

    • W. Ralph Eubanks Donates His Papers to UM Library

      Author, editor, publisher adds to resources available in Archives and Special Collections.

    • Alumni Greg Iles and ‘Natchez Burning’ at Off Square Books

      The New York Times bestselling author signs his new book, “Natchez Burning,” on April 30 at 5:30PM.

    • Greg Iles

      Author of 13 New York Times Best Sellers, his novels have been made into films, translated into 20 languages, and published in 35 countries.

    • Maj. Gen. James E. Donald

      Recipient of the Bronze Star for his bold leadership as a task force commander with the 101st Airborne Screaming Eagles during Gulf War I and the UM Alumni Association Hall of Fame award, the highest annual alumni honor for outstanding contributions through good deeds, services, or contributions.

    • W. Ralph Eubanks

      Professor and author are just two of the many hats worn by the editor of the Virginia Quarterly Review and former Library of Congress director of publishing.

    • Paul Sabbatini

      The Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Deputy Physician-in-Chief for Clinical Research and medical oncologist leads a program seeking to improve treatments for ovarian cancer.

    • Brittney Reese

      Winner of the 2012 Olympic gold medal for the long jump, Reese became the first woman to win three straight World Championships in 2013.

    • Thomas K. McCraw: Pulitizer Prize Winning Alumnus

      The late Isidor Straus Professor of Business History at Harvard University won a Pulitzer Prize for his book Prophets of Regulation: Charles Francis Adams, Louis D. Brandeis, James M. Landis, and Alfred E. Kahn.

    • Dr. Hannah Gay

      B.A. biology and chemistry, ’76, University of Mississippi Medical Center associate professor of pediatrics and HIV specialist, named to TIME magazine's 100 most influential people for orchestrating a breakthrough in HIV treatment by treating a newborn with anti-HIV drugs hours after birth.

    • Glen Ballard

      The six-time Grammy® Award winner---one of popular music’s most accomplished producers/songwriters and arrangers---has sold more than 150 million records.

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