“White Privilege: Unconscious Racism, Freud, and the Neuroscience of Implicit Bias,” presented by Dr. Kristen Brown Golden, is the first program in the University of Southern Mississippi’s spring 2020 Philosophy and Religion Forum.
The crucial role women have played in making America a more democratic and fair nation, in the past and the present, will be the focus of The University of Southern Mississippi’s Spring 2020 University Forum programming, continuing with the year’s theme, “A Year of Speakers, a Century of Progress.”
A recent graduate of The University of Southern Mississippi School of Polymer Science and Engineering is taking what her advisor describes as a “rock star” position with The Boeing Company, the world's leading manufacturer of aerospace products, serving national and international commercial and defense interests.
The University of Southern Mississippi College of Business and Economic Development and its Business Advisory Council has chosen Billy Hewes as the 2019 Boardman Alumnus of the Year and Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker as the Young Alumnus of the Year.
With a goal of constructing a new building to provide the more than 1,700 student veterans, service members and their families with a home of their own on The University of Southern Mississippi’s Hattiesburg campus that is commen-
The University of Southern Mississippi Alumni Hall of Fame was established in 1987 to recognize those whose contributions have helped move the university forward. The USM Alumni Association will induct seven of the university’s most dedicated and distinguished alumni into its Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct.
The construction of an 8-foot multi-use path on North 38th Avenue will accommodate pedestrians and cyclists traversing to businesses, shops and restaurant on and between West 4th Street and Hardy Street.
When University of Southern Mississippi senior Michael Matrick gets a craving for funnel cake fries, he simply searches for the black and gold box truck parked somewhere on the Hattiesburg campus.
Mississippi State College and Mississippi Southern College first played one another in football in 1935.
Southern, as it was called then, hosted. State, coached by ex-Army coach Ralph Sasse, defeated Southern, coached by ex-Alabama football captain Pooley Hubert, 27-0.