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Sida laga soo xigtay…. Waa dhacday haddana dadyow. Hack kale oo isweydaarsiga crypto ayaa ku jira buugaagta. Ivey accepted an honorary degree from South. She said students should be proud of the dramatic growth and change at the University. And last, but certainly not least, you've seen an awesome new football stadium. The oversight board, a nonprofit corporation that oversees auditors of issuers and broker-dealers, has awarded academic scholarships to undergraduate and graduate accounting students since The program's goals are to benefit outstanding students who are likely to become auditors and impact eligible students who might otherwise pursue a different career path.
Kelley dove headfirst into his passion and was laser-focused on getting the most out of his education. His strong academic performance backed up his ambitions. He also joined extracurricular business clubs and pursued multiple internships. The one certainty is, whichever path he chooses, Kelley will be right on the money.
The PATH Scholarship program provides grants to higher education institutions to support students facing economic hardship. Brooke Moore, director of student financial success and support services, and her team applied for the grant through the South CARES program, which helps keep students enrolled. Other grant programs provide students with tuition awards, no-interest loans and even technology support, but the PATH program provides "just-in-time" flexible support when students need it most.
Several people suggested a podcast as a possible alternative," Hair said. The two immediately went to work mapping out the concept. Podcasts have only been around for about 15 years, but have become a common way for people consume information and their entertainment. The first "Mitchell Moments" podcast, with Wellborn as the host, was released August 24, Its target audience is potential Ph.
I have enjoyed spending time with faculty and students to hear their stories," Wellborn said. It's designed as a three-year, non-traditional program that allows individuals to continue working while pursuing their doctorate.
Students visit campus for long weekends three times during the semester, while completing remaining coursework online. It is expected that all program requirements will be completed in 36 months. Seven USA faculty members were recognized for their achievements. Andrzej Wierzbicki said. The award ceremony also allows us to meet and socialize, which is very important for a college of our size with 18 departments and one school housed in 13 different locations on the USA campus and the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.
With approximately full-time faculty members in nineteen departments, the members of the Arts and Sciences faculty teach the core of the liberal arts curriculum for all majors at the University. The dynamic and dedicated faculty members are committed to helping students reach their full potential. The Dean's Lecture Award is given to a full-time full professor in the College of Arts and Sciences who has been employed at South for at least seven years in recognition of excellent scholarship or academic achievement throughout the faculty member's career.
This year's recipient is Dr. Carr has served at the University of South Alabama for 22 years. He is an archaeologist specializing in the prehistory of the Southeast United States. Carr's research particularly involves understanding prehistoric hunter-gatherer lifeways and stone tool technologies.
His recent research has included simulating the formation of prehistoric lithic assemblages, expanding an organization of technology approach, and an examination of the stone tool assemblage from 22LI He currently serves on the editorial board of the University of Alabama Press. I have the opportunity to work alongside students as they learn and most universities do ot provide those opportunities.
The Teaching Excellence Award is given to full-time or part-time faculty members of the College of Arts and Sciences in recognition of excellence in teaching. One of this year's recipients is Thu Olsen, who serves as a full time instructor in the Department of Earth Sciences. Olsen has served at South for two years. She has developed a capstone data collection and analysis laboratory involving the on-campus groundwater well field at the Glenn Sebastian Nature Trail as a model exercise used for general education assessment.
Most recently, in response to the COVID pandemic, Olsen developed interactive online exercises including virtual field trips to explore important deposits and outcrops on Earth and Mars. She is currently developing a field trip lab exercise at Three Mile Creek on campus to provide more hands-on learning experiences for her Earth History students. Jeremiah Henning, who serves as an assistant professor in the Department of Biology, also received the Teaching Excellence Award.
Henning has served at South for three years. Kelly Urban, who serves as an assistant professor of history, also received the Teaching Excellence Award. Urban has served at the University for three years. To support the research for this project, she was awarded the Albert J. In the classroom, my students make such interesting observations when they compare the history that happened in their 'backyard' with places like Havana and Rio de Janeiro.
Whitener has served at South for six years. After working on his book "Crisis Cultures: The Rise of Finance in Mexico and Brazil" for eight years, the final copy was published in and has been well received. This year's recipient of the award is Dr. McCready has served at South for 23 years. She also served as president of the Faculty Senate from The award is intended to recognize faculty undergraduate instruction that is not a part of a faculty member's standard teaching load. Sinead Ni Chadhain, who serves as an associate professor of biology.
Ni Chadhain has worked at South for 13 years. His research focus is in microbial ecology, biochemistry and genomics. Ni Chadhain's group primarily studies how bacteria can break down various pollutants including oil. He has developed multiple undergraduate research experience courses where students engage in real world research as part of class.
Brandi Kiel Reese and Dr. Ruth Carmichael, to study sources of microbial contamination in Mobile Bay. I love that our upper level biology classes are small enough that I really get to know each of my students. I also love living in Mobile. I grew up in a rural area in the west of Ireland where visiting with your neighbors is part of the fabric of everyday life; midtown Mobile has a similar friendly culture. The fellowship will allow Reichert to work with other vice presidents for research at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Auburn University and Iowa State University.
The fellowship program is designed to provide training and skill development to individuals who work closely in various capacities as or with the University's chief research officer. Reichert, who was an assistant research professor at the U. Naval Academy until , hopes to increase his knowledge of research administration and develop skills focusing on specialized Department of Defense contracts, establishment of shared instrumentation centers and public-private partnerships.
Identity Signs. He worked from the back of his dad's car lot in Mobile. Even then, doing computer-generated signs and banners, he admired the old-fashioned craft of lettering by hand. He became a print salesman. On weekends, he started doing custom sign painting. Scott remembers going to the Spring Hill Barbershop and asking the owner if he could freshen up her signs. Greer's Market was like that. Sullivan, vice president of development and alumni relations. One of the new endowments is the Holt Sisters Nursing Scholarship, which was created in memory of Dr.
Shirley Holt-Hill and in honor of Dr. Bobbie Holt-Ragler, to give new opportunities to the Mobile-area nursing community. Kennedy Reese was one of three seniors who received the first Leadership in Social Justice and Perseverance Scholarship. Bonner is a proven innovator, a skilled administrator and a respected, admired and influential leader in our state. With his leadership, we look forward to the continued elevation of the University of South Alabama's reputation as a leading academic, research and healthcare institution.
Bonner as president, pending successful completion of a final employment agreement. The Board will formally introduce and welcome Mr. Bonner at its next regular meeting, scheduled for Dec. There is obviously a lot of success and momentum on which to build. For today, however, I remain deeply humbled. His role includes the development of the Governor's strategic policy agenda and communications, working with leaders of the Alabama Legislature, the business community, numerous advocacy groups as well as the public.
Bonner as a finalist candidate. Prior to being elected to Congress, from to Mr. Representative Sonny Callahan. Bonner has received numerous awards and honors, including a induction into the Alabama Academy of Honor, the state's premiere recognition of living Alabamians for their outstanding accomplishments and service. Navy bestows on a civilian. Bonner earned a B. He is married to the former Janee Lambert, of Mobile, and they are the parents of a daughter, Lee, age 26, and a son, Robins, age The grant builds upon and continues previous work and collaboration with Joel Borden, instructor in USA's biology department, and Dr.
Jonathon Rayner and Dr. The program, established in , is the only statewide survey for ticks and is seeking help from the public. The primary goal of this project is to produce a detailed understanding of both tick and tick-borne disease distribution in Alabama. The research team focus on 22 human pathogens and three common ticks known to transmit disease to humans - deer ticks, the dog tick and the lone star tick. She was a soloist for a competitive tap team called the Alley Cats.
They won regional and national championships. Years of tap and ballet, though, took its toll. I can't feel the top of my toes. A dancer's life. Her injuries and time in rehabilitation led her to consider a career in physical therapy. She's majoring in exercise science at the University of South Alabama. She's chose South because of a scholarship she won from the national Distinguished Young Women organization, which is based in Mobile.
She learned about the group from a dance friend. Her mother is a former attorney who became a schoolteacher. Her dad is a graphic artist with a sports video business. She's a college student now. This is a new chapter in her life. At South, she lives on campus. She's a sneaker addict who likes jeans and Jaguar tops. She still wears her high school graduation ring. Sometimes a bedspread covers family history and memories from home.
Week of Welcome and Beyond will extend through Aug. We want to make sure students know that there are plenty of things to do on campus," said Dr. Krista Harrell, assistant vice president of Student Affairs. It was virtual, so we wanted to reach out to them this year. University policies will be reviewed each week this fall. For now, the student calendar is full of everything from scavenger hunts and trivia nights to outdoor movies and block parties. We'll start off with a pep rally at and do a welcome to the students at Computer software such as Chroma Key allow on-air meteorologists to point, wave and talk about the detailed weather maps projected behind them.
It's harder than it looks. The idea is to make it look easy. It's like riding a bike. You practice, practice, practice and get the hang of it. He did daily broadcasts for the USA AtmosCenter, a student-run system that provides weather updates to students, faculty and staff. They hired him as a multimedia journalist and weekend meteorologist. South Alabama is one of 40 institutions named to the inaugural cohort for the grant, with a goal of promoting diversity, inclusion, access and equity in study abroad opportunities.
The grant also will support the IIE global membership network, which encourages students to go abroad who otherwise might not participate in an international experience as part of their college education. However, we believe there is more work to be done in order to make study abroad at USA accessible to our entire student body. A passport is the first step, and Ard noted that many South Alabama students come to college having never held a passport.
OIE will then work with the students, parents, academic advisors, financial aid, and other stakeholders to establish the best term and program for the student to study abroad. In this first year, IEE received nearly applications proposing various ways higher education institutions of all types and locations would be able to utilize the grant to support diverse student populations.
IIE, a non-profit with 17 offices and affiliates worldwide, designs and manages more than study abroad, workforce training, leadership development programs and scholarship with participants from more than countries. Because many people are unfamiliar with the disease, it's believed that the number is a mere fraction of the number of actual cases.
People affected with STARI may have a rash and suffer from fatigue, headache, fever and muscle pains. McCreadie said it isn't clear if antibiotic treatment is necessary for patients with STARI, but the disease resembles early Lyme disease, and those patients are often treated with oral antibiotics. She's still getting her feet wet in Biloxi.
Today, we're loading shell into bags for a project down the road. Tomorrow, we're going out with the USDA. On Friday, I'm diving. That's a pretty close match for her marine education and graduate research at the University of South Alabama. More like wading through murky water to dark oyster beds. She still needs to buy furniture for her apartment. She still wants to explore her new home. I haven't had a lot of time to look around.
The first weekend I was here, I was preparing for my thesis defense, so I haven't had time to sit on the couch, much less go to a casino. Still, she wanted to become a marine biologist. Or at least as long as she can remember. When she's indoors, she enjoys 1,piece jigsaw puzzles. She's also a reader who savors the classics of her youth. Being fair-skinned, she always wears sunscreen, sunglasses and a broad-brimmed hat.
His son Alec, also a photographer and pilot, later took over the family business. Their collection is a legacy that dates from to He had photographs of Bayou La Batre when it was just live oaks and shrimp boats.
He was more artistic, while I'd try to be more dramatic, with color and a little more pop to it. I did aerial photos of so many things that happened in Mobile, from the building of the interstate to the Wallace Tunnel and the RSA Tower. The Thigpen Collection covers the second half of the 20th century, with aerial and architectural photography to go along with business and advertising images.
It shows the development of Mobile, the landscape and history of Mobile, and some of the images are really beautiful. Black binders with handwritten notes cross-reference photographs by name, date and category. It makes it so much easier for people to find what they're looking for. For now, visitors must ask archive staff to pull images of certain subjects at certain times. Several of the photos are posted to the University's Facebook page. There are many academic uses for images in the Thigpen Collection.
For instance, researchers of Africatown, the historic black community just north of Mobile, might consult aerial photos of the huge paper mills that surrounded the area during the s. There are also aerial maps of logging in the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. Other photos show the changing skyline of downtown Mobile and chart the dramatic growth of West Mobile, including the South campus, and the Eastern Shore. He did aerial mapping in Greenland and South America. Later, became a pilot.
After the war, he worked briefly as a photographer in San Francisco and decided to open his own shop. He traveled the Gulf Coast and finally settled in Mobile. At the time, he recalls, the music department was in the basement of the Whiddon Administrative Building. Natalie Gassman to focus on the harmful effects of dihydroxyacetone - DHA - a molecule produced by electronic cigarettes. Millions of young people have turned to vaping as an alternative to smoking tobacco, but they're still inhaling a noxious mix of toxicants and carcinogens.
The market is flooded with versions that are identical if not worse than traditional cigarettes. There are cheap ones you can buy off the Internet that are contaminated with heavy metals. It's like smoking air pollution at that point. In , she joined the faculty at South and the staff at MCI.
Robert Sobol, program leader of metabolic and molecular oncology, who recruited Gassman. She's really embraced the University, too, serving on the Faculty Senate and as chair of the Institutional Biosafety Committee. She and her collaborator, Dr. Vaping has grown exponentially in adolescents and young adults, which makes e-cigarettes a public health concern. Mohamed Shaban, an assistant professor of electrical engineering at the University of South Alabama, deep learning computer analysis offers a powerful tool in using electroencephalography for the early detection of Parkinson's disease.
It's a new way of looking at an old test. Shaban's research focuses on brain waves - the familiar squiggly lines of an EEG - which have been used to study neural activity for more than half a century. The latest computer-aided research techniques help reveal clues such as "synchrony," an excessive synchronization of waves that indicates the cognitive impairment of a brain disorder.
Artificial Intelligence will do that for you. Using an artificial neural network, he was able to classify subjects in Parkinson's disease categories with an accuracy rate of 98 percent. They changed everything. Nothing was sacred. Masks were required. Concerts were shortened and intermissions eliminated. Only 30 musicians were allowed on stage at one time, and only audience members permitted in the 2,seat Saenger Theatre. We were overjoyed to continue bringing live music to the people of Mobile.
It could have gone away - and it would have been very difficult to bring it back. Gilman International Scholarship recipient. The Gilman Scholarship Program gives students the opportunity to travel abroad and return home with a deeper understanding of their place in the world. The congressionally funded program broadens the U. As a freshman, I had an opportunity to study in Korea and loved the cultural experience. I had the time of my life. As a Gilman Scholar, Culberson hopes to study abroad by the end of The COVID pandemic is limiting international travel and Culberson was given the option to sign up for a virtual study abroad experience, but she decided to travel when it's approved for her to do so.
A native of New Orleans, La. I am open to going to any non-English speaking country, because I feel that I would have a stronger experience. This program is the result of a group of interdisciplinary faculty building the necessary research and funding capacity to support it. There are faculty members conducting research in areas related to chemical engineering, but there wasn't a graduate program that allowed students to study these areas in detail. Grant Glover, associate professor of chemical engineering.
Although the Graduate School is providing some initial financial support, the expectation is this program will be mostly self-supporting through research grants and contracts. Harold Pardue, dean of the Graduate School. But the benefit of a new Ph.
When researchers can compete for and execute larger and more sophisticated projects it helps institutions compete for highly qualified research faculty, increasing the overall graduate education experience. Last week, she walked across the stage at the University of South Alabama Mitchell Center - one of 2, spring and summer degree candidates.
You have to constantly adapt to the world around you. She underwent extensive physical therapy and remains partially paralyzed on the left side of her body. Freed took classes at Bishop State Community College before transferring to South in the Pathway USA program, which guarantees enrollment to students who complete their associate's degree at a partnering community college.
On campus, she worked with the Office of Student Disability Services as she pursued a degree in interdisciplinary studies. She wants to become a rehabilitation counselor for others with disabilities. Her mother, Madonna Burden, has been her biggest supporter, cheerleader and inspiration. Everyday life experiences, especially during the current coronavirus pandemic, often leave people dealing with mental or physical exhaustion, commonly known as burnout.
Tarah Keech, a graduate of the University of South Alabama with a bachelor's degree in psychology, has made it her business to help with these issues, because she experienced them firsthand. Keech said she knew within the first week of graduate school that she didn't want to be a therapist. After she earned her master's degree in clinical psychology, she recognized she was experiencing burnout. There were 46 faculty members selected as "Top Prof" recipients based on how they have positively influenced the lives of students at South Alabama.
The faculty honorees were also selected for going above and beyond to help their students succeed. Hanna Bobinger, president of Mortar Board said "Top Prof" is a unique event that Mortar Board seniors and faculty look forward to each year. The top professors were recognized in front of their colleagues, Mortar Board seniors, College deans, and the University President Dr. Tony G. The society also recognizes in its membership for the qualities of superior scholastic performance.
Mortar Board members are very active and committed to participating in regular meetings, projects, and activities throughout the year. Sally Steadman. Due to the Covid pandemic, there will be no University-wide ceremony. The University will confer 1, baccalaureate degrees, master's degrees and doctorate degrees. Social distancing protocols will be observed, and guests will be seated with sufficient distance between groups.
All attendees, students and guests, will be required to wear a mask at all times while in the Mitchell Center. Each graduating student is able to invite up to 4 guests to attend their ceremony. These ceremonies will be live-streamed through the University homepage SouthAlabama. The two-year, non-degree certificate program is designed for students who need extra support to be successful in their daily lives.
The preview camp will be an introduction to the overall college experience. Once accepted into the camp, participants will be assigned to a private room on the USA main campus in a residence hall. One male chaperone and one female chaperone per five campers will be provided. The campers will eat their meals in on-campus dining and attend mini-class sessions.
Applications for the summer camp are currently being accepted. Please email a request to receive the application at passageusa southalabama. The deadline to apply is Monday, May First, it will advance USA's goal of educating a more diverse nursing workforce. Second, it will reduce health disparities in underserved communities. EMPOWER will concentrate on recruiting, retaining and graduating bachelor of science in nursing students of diverse and underrepresented backgrounds.
This is the first time USA's College of Nursing has received the HRSA workforce diversity grant, which focuses on educating and supporting students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Shanda Scott, assistant professor and director of diversity, equity and inclusion, and Co-Project Director Dr. Christina Thompson, assistant professor of maternal child care, partnered to apply for the HRSA grant. Additional College of Nursing faculty members supporting this grant initiative are Dr.
Nerkissa Dixon, assistant professor of adult health nursing, Dr. Loretta Jones, assistant professor of adult health nursing, and Dr. Dedra Reed, assistant professor of community mental health nursing. I look forward to working with them further and continuing my volunteer work these upcoming years while studying and serving at South. They also sorted and inventoried donations of books, clothes, and food, and helped with cleanups on campus, throughout the community, and after hurricanes.
The South volunteers also bathed and walked shelter animals, staffed food distribution events and served as advocates for sexual assault survivors. Laurie M. Childers, volunteer coordinator for the University, says the University is grateful for the collaborative partnership with the United Way of Southwest Alabama.
Shelley-Tremblay said this partnership makes it possible to connect the USA campus through South Serves with the many community organizations that participate in Volunteer Connect. The main objective of the Council is to enhance the college experience.
Darcey D'Amato earned a master's degree in psychology, then decided to shift gears, start over and follow an interest in space exploration. She and a friend drove across the country in her Honda Civic. Cargo included a cat named Sebastian and dog named Alex. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, she's been working from home and going into her office once or twice a week.
She feels fortunate with her position as a systems engineer in Advanced Concepts Development. Plans call for new undergraduate and graduate programs to complement the existing degrees that have been offered by the department of marine sciences. South is the only four-year state university in Alabama that is near the Gulf of Mexico. Many of its marine science faculty members are also senior marine scientists at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, which offers marine programs for 23 public and private colleges.
Andi Kent, interim provost and senior vice president. It will help further our mission to provide exemplary educational opportunities with extraordinary faculty and leading research in the field. Virtual reality in the workplace is no exception. Crude virtual reality devices were developed decades ago and used to train pilots, paratroopers and other military personnel where standard training was deemed risky or simply dangerous. Now gamers can buy virtual reality head-mounted display unit online.
Virtual reality is also being used in a wide array of workplace applications, from training surgeons to engineers. Matt C. Howard has researched virtual reality since he was in graduate school. An expert in the field, he was recently quoted in a New York Times article on the use of virtual reality in physical therapy.
His research will be published in two upcoming articles he believes will have a significant impact. It demonstrates that virtual reality is effective for training and educational purposes across an array of contexts and outperformed relative comparisons i. But virtual reality has its drawbacks. The most significant is virtual reality sickness, which is far more likely to affect women than men. Howard tackles that subject in his second article which was accepted by the publication Virtual Reality.
Also a professor of chemistry at South, Reichert had not considered research administration until his current position became available, but he said the work has fit with his interests. I saw this position as an opportunity to use my experiences to help build collaborations across campus, in the community, and with other universities.
Steve Furr remembers sitting in a room at the Battle House Hotel in downtown Mobile, preparing to interview one of the final candidates for president of the University of South Alabama. The field was strong, but Furr couldn't stop thinking about the person who wasn't there. The one who had been an athlete, researcher and provost. The one who had a background in physiology and briefly led a medical school.
The one who, on paper, seemed to be a perfect fit for a university about to make a big move in selecting only the third president in its year history. A candidate who was a candidate no longer, having withdrawn from the University's search and two others. Tony Waldrop was on Furr's mind, so he picked up the phone. All the others were great, but they all had that one missing piece.
They just didn't have the diversity of experience. He also was highly focused and self-effacing. The runner who helped lift UNC over rival Duke University for an Atlantic Coast Conference championship while battling amoebic dysentery is the same man who once told a teammate, "I am sure I will come in last.
That way if I don't, I will be more pleased with myself. Tony Waldrop again was about to come from behind, and he was running in an all-star meet - two of the other three finalists would go on to lead universities. Waldrop interviewed in Mobile. His credentials, administrative experience and humility were convincing. His wife was, too. Let's move there. John Lehrter and his South graduate students collect water samples throughout Mobile Bay.
They test for temperature, pH, salinity and oxygen levels. They look for changes or patterns that might indicate environmental stresses such as hypoxia, acidification and global warming. There's little wind, so the bay is calm and flat.
That means they can hit speeds of 40 knots as they crisscross the bay. In just two days, they collect bottom and surface water samples from 30 different sites. At those locations, and another 30 sites, they lower a submersible instrument that measures temperature, oxygen and salinity at different depths.
They stop for just a few minutes to record data, then head to the next spot Dr. John Lehrter, associate professor of marine science, pulls up a submersible instrument used to measure the water's temperature and oxygen and salinity levels. Mobile Bay is huge - more than square miles - and their test sites range from the Tensaw River near Blakeley State Park all the way down the Eastern Shore and across to the Mississippi Sound.
Researchers from the University of South Alabama are joined by scientists from several other universities. The regular museum hours will be scheduled from 10 a. Tuesdays-Fridays, and there will be guided tours when available included with free admission. There will also be a sale in the gift shop to celebrate the grand reopening. The museum includes prehistory and history exhibits, as well as a temporary exhibit space. The grounds also include plants historically significant and native to Alabama's Gulf Coast.
The University Campus Appreciation Day will be held later this month for students, faculty and staff. Before graduating with a degree in information technology, he began working full-time as a system administrator. During the coronavirus pandemic, especially, he volunteered for difficult jobs and showed versatility and grit. I was always the willing intern. I was always the one with my hand up. TruBridge has an office in Mobile, but he rarely commutes. He works at home most days, starting with a.
Webex meetings. In June, he and his boss made a business trip to Atlanta for the installation of new computer servers. He says it's been a good year for him. During commencement ceremonies at South, he was named outstanding undergraduate by the School of Computing. He went on to become a flight instructor and pilot for regional carriers and then a major airline.
At the beginning of his career, he did nursing jobs for extra money. After being grounded by the coronavirus pandemic, Bautista returned to his backup. County and worked with the Housing for Health initiative on Skid Row, this huge homeless encampment. It was kind of scary at first. There were a lot of drugs, people shooting up on the street, and bodily fluids everywhere.
His attitude changed. It was a really pleasant experience. That why I'm going back later this year. Now he's based in Atlanta as a first officer for a national airline. Bautista serves on the board of directors for the Professional Asian Pilots Association. Only 2 percent of commercial airline pilots are Asians. He'd like to see more. Both of their families are from the Philippines. I didn't realize he had this whole other career in nursing. He's a hard worker and he brings a different perspective to things with our association.
She knows Angelo and his father, Celso Bautista, who works as an Airbus inspector. He knows everybody. When he became a pilot, some young Filipinos started following in his footsteps. He tries to mentor people. Who knew that this would be his fallback during the pandemic?
In the College of Nursing, he's known through his younger brother, Winard Bautista, a nursing student who died in a traffic accident in Theresa Wright, an associate professor of adult health nursing. They made trips to Ninoy Aquino International Airport. It left an impression. It took some time. His favorite seafood place is at a gas station on Cottage Hill Road. After high school, he studied nursing at South. After graduation, he worked in Dothan, Alabama, before returning to do hour shifts in the intensive care unit of a Mobile hospital.
I could see myself burning out. Not at all. Becoming a pilot turned out to be everything he dreamed it would be. I love the dynamic. It's not a 9-to-5 job. Everything is so variable, with the weather and the delays and the people. And when I'm not working, I'm traveling. They enjoy food and travel together. They're professionals who know to pack light and relax on a trip.
She was named outstanding student in her major and won the Frank R. Urbancic Scholarship in Accounting. During her junior year, she looked for an internship in her hometown. The company didn't really have a summer program for students, but she sent a letter, anyway. She continued working remotely for the firm after returning to Mobile, then was hired full-time.
In June, she began going to the company office, which was less quiet and more social. This will continue to be one of her main responsibilities. The analytical part of the job suits her. If there's a difference, I need to figure out why. I'm the kind of person, I like being able to figure things out and understand the information. I do have a lot of questions, usually. She knows of at least one certified public accountant. Her best distance was the 1, meters.
Her best time was 5 minutes, 26 seconds. Her fiance also ran for the Jaguar cross country team. He's from Birmingham, too. Cowie kept busy during her time at South. She joined the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She worked as a tutor in the Center for Academic Excellence. She belonged to several service clubs and honor societies. It's really hard for me not to like something. She could concentrate on her studies and remote work. Rain High School, summer research is like entering a time machine.
In the lab, I didn't expect to get as much hands-on work as we've done. We've been able to test samples and do a lot of things on our own. That's good. Each team depends on the other teams. This seems new. It feels like real research.
I got up early this morning to look at some videos on building a decoder. I'm a teacher, and students think teachers know everything, so my students would be shocked - oh, Mrs. Lockett, you didn't know that? There will be a second group of educators in and a third in the summer of Summer lab work and lectures are just the beginning of the project. Teachers get a stipend for participation and a budget to purchase equipment for their classrooms.
Now she's a riding an academic wave named SURF - a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship - with a meteorology project studying the relationship between sea breezes and thunderstorms on the Gulf Coast. It could improve her chances of getting into graduate school. Each year, 60 undergraduate proposals are selected for the summer program. They are expected to finish papers or posters by the end of August. Most projects are scientific trials and experiments.
Lots of engineering students propose work with their professors. Many pre-med students participate in clinical studies. Ian Singley, who grew up in Mobile, is a biomedical sciences major who plans to attend medical school. His summer study is with a kinesiology professor studying bark extract used to reduce soreness and inflammation after exercise. Doing a SURF project was always part of his college plan. I haven't done much research, but I have done a lot of work in chemistry and biology labs, and now I can apply that in my project.
The Common Read program is for all South Alabama students, especially freshman, as well as faculty, staff and the greater Mobile community. The goal is to improve understanding of differences and commonalities across the world while engaging in academic discourse and critical thinking.
The highly acclaimed and best-selling book, published in , features Ronson, a journalist and author, discussing public shaming in a funny and informative way and talking about how it is being used on social media and the internet. He took classes every fall, spring and summer semester. Students took classes on campus. They lived in residence halls, ate in the cafeteria and played at the Student Rec Center.
They made field trips to cities such as New Orleans and Washington, D. That program made college seem real and attainable. Then he earned a master's degree in education with a concentration in higher education administration. As a graduate student, he was an assistant to Dr.
Paul Frazier, South's chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer. Morrissette helped start the program. Frazier became a mentor. Instead, he chose to stay at South. And I like the idea of making something happen in Mobile. He still dresses like a graduate student. This is by design. I do a polo shirt and slacks most of the time. During one of their market trends strategy sessions, they identified the emerging application of data analytics to improve business decision making. Business analytics is an interdisciplinary field of business studies combining data mining, statistical programming, applied statistics, optimization and data science to extract valuable information from business data and guide managerial decisions.
Ermanno Affuso, associate professor of economics and finance. We wanted to focus exclusively business applications. Hair within 5 minutes. Answering my question so fast showed me that Dr. Hair was passionate about the program and looking to make themselves available to potential future and current students. It's a non-traditional program, meaning students are only required to be on campus about once a month for a long weekend to receive their in-person coursework.
This allows them to continue their current jobs while pursuing a Ph. She's been doing it for most of her life. As a freshman at South, Martin said her sorority put a great emphasis on volunteering. Then in the fall of , the USA Office of Community Engagement launched South Serves, a web-based volunteering and service-learning platform that links the USA campus family with hundreds of organizations across the region. Getting involved with South Serves allowed Catie to expand her ability to serve.
Martin logged more than hours of community service, including in Gahara, Rwanda, a village where she spent 10 days on a church mission. She is one of 12 seniors who logged at least hours through South Serves. When these students graduate from MGCCC, the partnership will provide a smooth transition for them to continue their studies at USA, once they pass the National Council Licensure Examination and meet all pre-requisite requirements.
John Smith, USA's interim president. There is high demand for nurses along the Coast and across the country, and South is proud to work with Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College to offer educational opportunities in our communities to meet those needs. MGCCC was the third community college to partner in the program. Our society doesn't work if it doesn't work equally for all.
Alec Yasinsac, dean of the School of Computing. Since then, 15 former cybersecurity campers have chosen to enroll at South and join the School of Computing. Information technology graduates are in demand. According to cyberseek. Jeremiah Henning found a home for his biology research in the grassy sand dunes near the west end of Dauphin Island.
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