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USM names new Science & Technology dean
The University of Southern Mississippi has named David T. Hayhurst the new dean of the College of Science and Technology Hayhurst previously served as dean of the College of Engineering at both San Diego State University and the University of South Alabama .
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Pro-life group sues USA, employs religious freedom organization to represent them
MOBILE, Alabama-- An independent student group at the University of South Alabama has filed federal suit against the university on the grounds that it infringed their religious freedom according to court documents.
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Jesmyn Ward joins the faculty of Tulane University
Jesmyn Ward, who won the 2011 National Book Award for her novel Salvage the Bones , will join the faculty of Tulane University's Department of English July 1. Ward is currently a professor of creative writing at the University of South Alabama.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Easter bunny visits Alabama Village
PRICHARD, Alabama -- Light of the Village , a nonprofit, faith-based ministry, held its annual cookout and Easter egg hunt in Alabama Village in Prichard, Ala.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Pensacola News Journal
People on the move: Sunday, April 13, 2014
Brewer will work alongside family medicine physician Dr. Paul Freitas and nurse practitioner Lorie Freitas in providing quality family medical care at their practice, which is located within Baptist Medical Park, on Nine Mile Road at 9400 University Parkway, Suite 210.
Up and Coming: Rowdy Lee
As a PA, Lee is trained to work in any specialty of medicine, and evaluates and treats patients daily in an urgent care setting.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Burglary suspect caught on surveillance video
The afternoon weather was perfect and so were the musical notes floating from downtown Mobile, as the Southsounds Music Festival continued Saturday.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
University of South Alabama's Abraham A. Mitchell Cancer Research Fund distributes first $300,000 to local researchers
Philanthropist and local businessman Abraham Mitchell speaks during a June 2013 University of South Alabama Board of Trustees meeting.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
The Huffington Post
Yes, The West Virginia Chemical Leak Is Still Causing Problems
HuffPost Live sat down with journalists Kate Sheppard of The Huffington Post and Marcus Constantino of the Charleston Daily Mail and Andrew Whelton, assistant professor of environmental engineering at the University of South Alabama, to discuss the issue.
Earth Day Mobile Bay to celebrate 25th anniversary in Fairhope;...
Earth Day celebrations in Baldwin County will begin in Foley this Saturday as the Coastal Wildlife Rescue Center hosts an event at the city's 484-acre Graham Creek Nature Preserve.
Comedy, panels, songwriters' showcase, IMC event round out SouthSounds Music Fest lineup
An overview of this weekend's SouthSounds Music Fest reveals three days of musical adventure in downtown Mobile: Get your wristband, wander around, hear good stuff.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Memorial to be held for USA student veteran found dead on campus
Patrick Chausse, 27, died at the University of South Alabama the first week in April in his vehicle.
The Mississippi Press
Sheriff: No new leads in Leakesville case involving abuse of 10-month-old baby
There are no new leads in an alleged child abuse case that sent a 10-month-old baby to a Mobile hospital last week, Greene County Sheriff Stanley McLeod said this week.
The librarian's role in an enrichment program for high school...
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Mon Apr 07, 2014
Alabama School of Math and Science announces new president: Monica Motley
The Alabama School of Math and Science has a new president: Monica Motley, who has been the school's director of student services since 2011.
In wake of WVa. chemical spill, USA professor, students studying contamination of plastic...
University of South Alabama assistant professor Andrew Whelton and USA graduate students are continuing research on the aftereffects of a chemical spill that contaminated West Virginia's Elk River on Jan. 9. "We're wrapping up our interpretation of the unfunded work we did back in January," Whelton said.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
USA to hold groundbreaking for Hippocrates Park
The University of South Alabama and members of Mobile's Greek community will break ground Saturday, April 5, for the construction of Hippocrates Park.
A (cat)walk through the history of Mobile, and changing fashions, at the Battle House
MOBILE, Alabama - Nearly 300 women paid $50 each to attend Phashions for Philanthropy, a luncheon and fashion show held Thursday to benefit Assistance League Mobile.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
This piano genius can't even see the keys, but he's one of the world's best players. And he's coming to The Saenger!
"Before he does a piece, he kind of sits there, and he runs his hands across the whole keyboard so he gets a physical memory of where every key is," said New York-based filmmaker Peter Rosen of Peter Rosen Productions.
Immediate Care - Carriere welcomes Lee
Rowdy C. Lee, PA-C, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic's Immediate Care - Carriere as a physician assistant.