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The Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy operate on both the Oxford and Jackson campuses. The Schools of Dentistry, Health Related Professionals and Medicine, and the Health Sciences Graduate School, are based in Jackson only. (Additional healthcare programs are available through the School of Applied Sciences on the Oxford campus.) Other than these exceptions, the schools above are on the Oxford campus.


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'Writing Histories of Environmentalism in the US South'
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Barnard Observatory, Tupelo Room, Room 105
Brown Bag: Brown Bag presented by Ellen Spears.
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Panel
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Faulkner Room
Lectures: Learn how researchers are using FOIA at the University of Mississippi.
Smart Meals & Smart Moves
12:10 PM
Former Athletic Office
RebelWell: Join us this Wednesday (3/28) for ''Understanding Trendy Diets - Ketogenic, Paleo, and Atkins Diet'
Scaffolding the Ivory Tower:
1:00 PM
Lamar Hall
Academics: A Pres. on Work by the U.S. GAO on the Size, Characteristics, Compensation, and Work Experiences of Contingent Faculty
Introduction to the UNIX Command Line
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Weir Hall
IT Training: Hands on introduction to the UNIX/Linux command line. Logging in, navigating the filesystem, viewing files, executing commands, etc.
Bike Basics Workshop - Win a Free Water Bottle!
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Kenon Observatory Loop, Across from Turner Center
Sustainability: Want to be more comfortable on a bike? Attend this workshop led by UM Bike Mechanic Steve Valliant and UPD Officer Jeff Kellum.
Supporting Women's Faculty Promotion & Tenure
4:00 PM
Center for Manufacturing Excellence, 3rd Floor Multipurpose Room
Invitation: A panel discussion on topics related to promotion and tenure for female faculty.
Philosophy Forum: Robert English
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bryant Hall
Lectures: Robert English (UI Chicago) will workshop his paper, 'Freedom Justifies Freedom: Humanity and the Ground of the Innate Right in Kant'
Classics lecture: Dr. Kristopher Fletcher 3/28
5:30 PM
Bryant Hall, Elevator access through side door facing Fulton Chapel.
Lectures: Dr. Kristopher Fletcher of LSU will deliver a talk on 'Nationalism and the Reception of Greco-Roman Antiquity in Heavy-Metal.'
Lens Collective
7:30 PM
Farley Hall
Arts and Culture: Lens Collective is an in-depth multimedia workshop that focuses on cultural preservation through digital storytelling.

Ongoing Exhibits

Mai 68: Views From the Street Opening Reception
April 5 - April 5
The Great Room
Arts and Culture: The exhibit of photographs opens for the 50th anniversary of what is known as 'Mai 68' in France is this May.
Research Showcase: Hosted by Neuroscience and Biology
April 6 - April 6
Posters: Centennial Auditorium TCRC, Short Talks: Rm 1000 TCRC, Main Talk: Rm 303 Shoemaker
: Poster session, short talks, and guest speaker. Cash prizes for best posters, refreshments supplied. Apply to present today!