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Alumni Profile: Dr. Demondes Haynes

Read the full story by Annie Rhoades for the Alumni Association here>> Dr. Demondes Haynes (BA biological science ’95, MD ’99), program director for pulmonary and critical care fellowships at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, knew from an early age that he wanted to ...
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Alumnus Manages Pop Star’s Career

Meet Bradford Cobb (BA English ’96), partner with Direct Management Group and manager for one of the biggest names in music, Katy Perry. Cobb is quick to credit one professor in particular who served a key role in both his education and career path. “Dr. Colby Kullman had a huge impact,” Cobb. ...
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Air Force ROTC Awards Junior Cadets

Eight Air Force ROTC cadets received prop and wings pins in a ceremony on August 28. ...
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Mississippi Blues Trailblazers

Alumna Mary Margaret White (MA Southern Studies '07) develops blues curriculum for children and visitors. ...
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A Tribute to Lifelong Friendship, Gifted Scholarship

Ruff and Susan Fant honor Hubert McAlexander with endowed Chair of English. ...
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Sculptor William N. Beckwith Awarded for Lifetime Achievement

The adjunct assistant professor of art receives the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. ...
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Derrick Harriell, assistant professor of English and African American Studies, speaks at the Oxford Conference for the Book.

Professor Derrick Harriell Wins Poetry Award

The assistant professor of English and African American Studies is the Mississippi Institute of Arts & Letters 2014 Poetry Award recipient. ...
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Deterrian Shackelford Receives Chucky Mullins Courage Award

The history major is the first two-time recipient of the prestigious award. ...
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Family members Matthew Hosey, from left standing, and Ron M. Feder; Elizabeth Feder-Hosey, from left sitting, Evelyn Rose Hosey, and Becky Feder are involved in supporting the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi, with their latest $100,000 gift designated for the Music of the South Endowment.

Enriching Southern Harmony

Feder family supports music development with their latest $100,000 gift designated for the Music of the South Endowment. ...
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New Scholarship Pays Tribute to Bill Trusty

Champions establish fund to help mathematics majors. ...
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