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Oxford Mural on The Square. Photo by Logan Kirkland/ Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services
College of Liberal Arts students Sophia Fosdick, left, Cayla Hari and Weston Liefer chat at the Phi Mu fountain in the Quad.  Photo by Kevin Bain/University Communications Photography.
Images around the Oxford Square and Oxford for admissions post card. Photo by Logan Kirkland/ Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services
Campus Scenes; Ventress Hall framed by flower blooms in the Circle. Photo by Logan Kirkland/ Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services


Rizwanur Khan

Professor Awarded CAREER Grant to Study Pure Mathematics

$400,000 National Science Foundation grant to fund research of L-functions, high school outreach DECEMBER 21, 2022 BY CLARA TURNAGE The mathematics behind prime numbers, which have been studied since ...
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A representative of the UM Black Faculty and Staff Organization (left) helps a Facilities Management Department employee select gifts for his families at the annual Books and Bears distribution. Photo by Thomas Graning/Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services

Familiar Favorites, Fresh Faces Featured at UM Books and Bears

Continuation of annual toy distribution for employees’ families draws volunteers and recipients DECEMBER 16, 2022 BY EDWIN B. SMITH Like Black Friday without the hassle, dozens of books, dolls, ...
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Spanish professor Victoria Menaldi

Spanish Professor Honored by Medieval Association

Veronica Menaldi recognized for creative classroom activities DECEMBER 15, 2022 BY ERIN GARRETT Veronica Menaldi takes special care with her students when discussing the significance of history. Her ...
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Stories published by the LA Times written by Kulkarni.

UM Astrophysics Student Interns with the LA Times

Building communications in science through AAAS fellowship DECEMBER 15, 2022 BY ABIGAIL MARTIN Sumeet Kulkarni is a PhD student with the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of ...
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Researchers led by UM professor Jimin Kahng will present nonce, or made-up, words to participants, who will decide if they are possible words in their language. An example is ‘abma.’ Click here to hear this nonce word.

Linguistics Professor Secures Grant to Study Wordlikeness Judgments

National Science Foundation-funded project to include native English and Korean speakers DECEMBER 14, 2022 BY ERIN GARRETT What makes a word a word? A professor at the University of Mississippi is ...
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