LIBERAL ARTS NEWS
Writing Revolution - Freshman Composition Sequence Overhauled
Every undergraduate student at the University of Mississippi is required to take 6 hours of English composition to satisfy the core composition degree requirement stated in the Undergraduate Catalog. Traditionally, the standard composition sequence has consisted of Engl 101 (English Composition I) and either Engl 102 (English Composition II) or Liba 102 (First Year Seminar). Beginning in Fall 2010, Engl 101 and Engl 102 will no longer be taught. Read more.
Nominations Sought for Liberal Arts Teaching Awards
Nominations are being sought by the College of Liberal Arts for the Liberal Arts Outstanding Teacher of the Year and the Cora Lee Graham Award for Outstanding Teaching of Freshmen awards. Read more.
Nominate Your Advisor for an Award
The University of Mississippi awards two Excellence in Advising Awards each year, one for faculty advisors and one for professional staff advisors. We want to hear about the excellent advisors from across the College of Liberal Arts! Read more.
New Cinema and Neuroscience Interdisciplinary Studies Minors Approved for Fall 2011
With leadership from faculty members in the College of Liberal Arts, there are two new interdisciplinary minors offered for students - Cinema and Neuroscience.. Read more.
University of Mississippi Adopts Plus/Minus Grading Scale
The plus/minus grading scale will be implemented in Fall 2011. Read more.