and student service zones for the next 20 years. With emphasis on the quality of the pedestrian experience, the collaborative’s work is inspired by the earliest architectural plans and celebrates The University of Southern Mississippi’s architectural history. The landscape must enhance the experience of campus life. To ensure the campus environment supports the institution’s goals, this plan is shaping the campus’ buildings and open space to reflect our unique cultural and educational mission. Read more, .
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ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS Alcorn State Named Business of Year Alcorn State University Nursing School and School of Business received the Business of the Year Award of the Natchez Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Mary Hill, dean of the School of Nursing, accepted the award at the annual Chamber of Commerce Dinner on Tuesday, December 5.
DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS On Stands Now, Delta State Student’s Work Featured in Sports Illustrated
Delta State University senior Travis Chamblee’s photography work is currently featured in this week’s edition of Sports Illustrated, on stands now. An image of Statesmen quarterback Scott Eyster, captured by Chamblee during the 2006 season, was used by the SI staff in its “Week Ahead” section. A sports information major from Vicksburg, Chamblee is credited for the work. He first began shooting athletic events last fall as part of his photojournalism class work, under the direction of University photographer, Bill Moses. A natural talent and quick study, Chamblee’s work has since been featured in area newspapers, including the Delta Democrat Times, the Cleveland News Leader and the University’s school newspaper, The Statement. His camera work can also be regularly viewed on the Delta State athletic website, , as Chamblee currently serves as a student assistant in the Athletic Media Relations Office, under the direction of Matt Jones. Of his first appearance in the sports magazine, Chamblee offered, “Every young athlete dreams of being in Sports Illustrated. This is unbelievable and I am honored. I just thank Sports Illustrated for not only making my dream come true, but Scott’s too.”
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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS JSU Air Force ROTC Students Enlist in Reserve
Five students who are members of Jackson State University’s U.S. Air Force ROTC program enlisted in the Air Force Reserve on Thursday, December 7. The students were recognized during a ceremony at the John A. Peoples Science Building on the main campus. Jackson State is the only historically black college or university in the state of Mississippi with an Air Force