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UM Students Win Coveted Goldwater Scholarships

Austin Wallace and Qing Ivy Li awarded one of nation’s most prestigious national scholarships April 5, 2021 by Edwin B. Smith Two Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College students at the ...
Greg Tschumper, professor and chair of chemistry and biochemistry, has been elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advance. Photo courtesy of Dianne Bond/Bella Vie Photography

Greg Tschumper Wins 2021 SEC Faculty Achievement Award

Professor internationally recognized for research in physical and computational quantum chemistry April 1, 2021 by Staff Report Greg Tschumper, professor of chemistry in the College of Liberal Arts, ...
Committee members meet virtually to plan activities for the 2021 Mississippi Entrepreneurship Forum. The sixth annual event is slated to be broadcast online April 13-14. Submitted photo

McLean Institute Partners with IHL for Virtual Event April 13-14

Mississippi Entrepreneurship Forum to bring business leaders and developers together April 1, 2021 by Edwin B. Smith In an effort to showcase a variety of resources available to aspiring business ...
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Dorothy Allison Focus of April Sarahtalk

UM doctoral candidate Sarah Heying to talk about author’s exploration of sex, shame and intimacy March 30, 2021 by JB Clark Sarah Heying is exploring Dorothy Allison’s work as a leader in the ...
UM social work graduate Armonti Johnson (left) helps children pick out books and read at the LOU mobile library. The New Albany native is a member of the Americorps VISTA program and has served organizations throughout north Mississippi. Submitted photo

VISTA Program Offers Opportunity for Hands-On Community Service

Application deadline for summer placements approaching March 31, 2021 by JB Clark Students, staff and university community members have the opportunity to turn their summer – or even the next year – ...