The School of Applied Sciences (with our programs, research, and public service efforts) seeks to improve the lives and conditions of people and communities across Mississippi and the region. (Read more…)
Recognition of the outstanding students in the School of Applied Sciences continues to grow. This year the school is pleased to announce that three of our students were selected to receive the Taylor Medal Award. The Taylor Medal is one of the most prestigious academic honors that undergraduate students can receive at The University of Mississippi. The 2009 School of Applied Sciences Taylor Medalists are Ruth Ann Cooper and Lauren Furr, Communication Sciences and Disorders majors, and Katherine Sullivan, a Dietetics and Nutrition major. Congratulations to these students on this meritorious achievement.
Social Work Grad in National Salary Report Story: UM social work graduate Aubrey Carter was cited in the PARADE magazine’s annual What People Earn report. Check out the Bright Spots in the Job Market which cites several Applied Sciences fields as bright spots!