Location: Anderson Lounge (down the hall from Einstein's) .... Come even if you did not attend the first meeting!
Grade Layout Changes in time for Midterm Grade Submission: Instructors, find a new grade layout to enhance your experience in myOleMiss.
All members of the UM community are invited to attend the annual reception honoring women faculty, staff, and graduate students on Oct. 8
Come eat with us as Lenoir Dining Goes Cajun. Make your reservations online at www.lenoirdining.com or give us a call at 662-915-1863.
A celebration of real food featuring an on- campus farmers' market, mobile farm bus and more!
Founded in October 2005, the Nairobi Chamber Chorus (NCC) is the leading choral group in Kenya today.
If you are looking for an opportunity to practice your Spanish in a relaxed setting, come join us every Monday.
The PRIZM Ensemble and UM department of music students perform a helping of chamber music with a side of rock-and- roll.
Presented by Dr. Diane Marting, assoc. prof. of Modern Languages (Spanish). Part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Foster a campus climate in which all students feel safe, supported, respected, and affirmed, regardless of sexual orientation or identity.
Bicycles may travel on Grove Loop through the Sorority Row intersection until reaching Union plaza, where they must exit and use caution.
Location: Mississippi Small Business Development Center Boardroom, 122 Jeanette Phillips Drive. See details for map.
Angela Pulley Hudson, discusses her book "Real Native Genius: How an Ex-Slave and a White Mormons Became Famous Indians."
'Food Chains' reveals the human cost of our food supply through the lens of Florida farmworkers.
Join us for a public lecture, 'Imperial Ideology and Distributional Politics under Severus Alexander.' See flier for details.
Feeling STRESSED out? Come join us at The Counseling Center for Calm in Chaos! New group times are available and spaces are open!
Submit your abstract now for our 2016 conference.
Neuroscience & Learning: Healing the Injured Brain -- 10/19 & 20. Reduced registration available for UM-SOE students.
October Food Day celebrations include a festival & farmers' market, compost 'sift-a- thon,' film screening, panel discussion & more!
Discover the ways that the meaning of Lytle Collection films have changed as they have been re-used in contemporary documentaries.
Effective Monday, Oct. 5, 2015, UM welcomes Honey Ussery as new Title IX Coordinator.
PULSE is a two-day leadership conference for sophomore students. Faculty/Staff can nominate or students can apply by October 30th.
Miss. Humanities Council Lecture by Dr. Hilary Becker, Ass't. Prof. of Classics & 2015 MHC Humanities Teacher of the Year at UM. Oct. 28
Maarten Zwiers discusses "Southern Popular Culture and Politics in the 1970s."
The Croft Institute will host Dr. Ching Kwan Lee, Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Seminar on global topics, including Peruvian food systems and sustainability in China by UM faculty members.
Cynthia Joyce speaks about her new book.
36 photos: Phi Mu sorority members take a photo on Bid Day 2015.
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