Dr. Wilson to deliver the Mortar Board Last Lecture. Faculty, staff, students, alumni, & public invited. May 2, 4 p.m., Ford Center
Celebrate Rome's birthday with a 'taste' of Latin and Greek literature and Mediterranean goodies! Drop in from 11 to 1 at Bryant Hall.
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Rob Nixon will deliver powerful lecture based on his recent work 'Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor'.
WRIT 250 students will be displaying examples of their multimodal projects in the Student Union Lobby Tues., April 22. Come see their work!
Stop by the Union 4/23 for an amazing display of sustainable solutions for a healthy world. Prizes, crafts, Farmer's Market, & more!
"Magic City Agriculture Project: Research in Practice in Birmingham" by Zachary Henson, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Southern Studies
Student-led, student-designed production of fashion and art, related to sustainability and environmental values. Must. Not. Miss!
Wed. April 23 at 3pm and Thurs. April 24 at 4pm. Learn how to use advanced features in Google to find reputable sources for your papers.
The Udall Scholarship is for students committed to careers related to the environment or tribal policy. Apply as a sophomore and junior.
Join HSPh and the Dept. of Classics for O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) 4/24, 6:30, Bryant 207.
We love and are known for our incredible trees on this campus. Celebrate with us! First 25 guests will receive a tree to take home.
It's here! Attend an event, ride a bike, eat less meat, volunteer! Your actions make a difference. Help us make the world a better place.
The Goldwater is for students interested in research science, engineering, and mathematics. Apply as a sophomore and junior.
Join us as we discuss blended course design principles and how they align with instructional strategies.
Author Dean Alger will speak about and sign copies of his new book: The Original Guitar Hero and the Power of Music.
Roundtable discussions are being offered on April 29 & 30 in the Union Ballroom on The Girls of Atomic City. All faculty are invited.
In April, network maintenance is being performed in specific UM buildings. Expect interruptions to wired and Wi-Fi network access.
The Oxford Campus Writing Center will host several workshops in April and May. Website: http://cwr.olemiss.edu/writing-centers/oxford/
72 photos: Grammy-winning artist Nelly performs at the Spring Concert in the Grove.
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