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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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Thu
23
Mar
Registration Deadline Extended: Astronomy Art Contest
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Invitation: Deadline to register for Astronomy Art Contest is extended to March 24th. Hurry up and register. Exciting prizes to win! Open to all ages!
Southern Plate Exhibit Event: Recipe Swap Open House
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Dept. of Archives and Special Collections; Faulkner Room
Library: 50+ cookbooks and recipes from the archives dating from the 18th through the 21st centuries will be available to browse and photograph.
Academic Fraud and How to Avoid It
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Classroom 106D
Library: Participants will learn about specific cases of famous frauds of the past and learn about best practices to avoid academic fraud.
2023 Isom Student Gender Conference
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Ole Miss Union, Union Auditorium (124)
Conferences: Conference Schedule now available!
Registration Deadline Extended: Astronomy Art Contest
2:20 PM - 10:00 PM
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Invitation: Deadline to register for Astronomy Art Contest is extended to March 24th. Hurry up and register. Exciting prizes to win! Open to all ages!
Introduction to Text Mining and Analysis
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Classroom (106 D)
Library: In this four-part series, participants will learn how to use Gale's Digital Scholar Lab's text mining and analysis tools.
ISGC Keynote pres. by Jules Gill-Peterson
4:00 PM
Ole Miss Union, Union Auditorium (124)
Lectures: Finding Mary Jones in New Orleans: Unfinishing Black Trans History
Orel Lee (Trombone) MM Recital
5:00 PM
Music Building
Arts and Culture: Trombonist Orel Lee will give a graduate recital for his Master of Music degree.
Thu
13
Apr
Learning Excel Pivot Tables
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
J.D. Williams Library, Classroom 106D
Library: This session will provide an introduction to using pivot tables in Microsoft Excel.
Zotero: Advanced Features
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Zoom Workshop
Library: Expand your knowledge of Zotero by learning about the advanced features of the platform and developing organizational strategies.
Transcribe-A-Thon: James Meredith Letters
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Classroom 106D
Library: Participate in helping the UM Library transcribe the 1,418 letters James Meredith received during the integration process.
Panel: Significance of Hubert Creekmore & The Welcome
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Faulkner Room (318 A)
Library: Archives & Special Collections is hosting a panel to honor the re-issue of Mississippi author Hubert Creekmore's seminal work The Welcome
Egg Bowl Glass Recycling Drive
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Jackson Avenue Center, Danvers Lot (JAC)
Sustainability: Celebrate Earth Month by diverting your glass bottles and jars from landfill! Please rinse and sort by color. In competition with MSU.
Introduction to Text Mining and Analysis
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Classroom (106 D)
Library: In this four-part series, participants will learn how to use Gale's Digital Scholar Lab's text mining and analysis tools.
Bamboo and Cotton: The Mississippi Chinese
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
Ole Miss Union, Auditorium 124
Lectures: Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month 
The Mississippians Jazz Ensemble
7:30 PM
Music Building
Arts and Culture: The Mississippians Jazz Ensemble present a concert in Nutt Auditorium.
Tue
18
Apr
Arab Society & Pluralism in the Song of Fairuz
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Lamar Hall
Lectures: Guest lecture by Dr. Kenneth Habib
Originalism in Practice
4:00 PM
Robert C Khayat Law Center, Weems Auditorium, UM School of Law
Lectures: John Stinneford will deliver a lecture, 'Originalism in Practice: the Eighth Amendment as an Example.' April 18, 4pm, Law School Rm 1078
Pre-Law Student Panel
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Ole Miss Union, Student Union Auditorium 124
Academics: Attend this student panel were students who are currently pass the Law School Admissions process will share their experiences and insights.
'Rituals of Restorative Resistance'
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Bryant Hall
Arts and Culture: Join us, as we host a Zoom meeting with Dr. Jean Derricotte-Murphy of Historic New Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Detroit, MI
A Pulitzer Turns 40: How Politics & Media Have Changed
5:30 PM
Farley Hall
Lectures: Pulitzer-winner Fred Anklam joins MS Today's Anna Wolfe & Adam Ganucheau in a multi-generational discussion of public service journalism.
Oxford Science Café: Science Policy!
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Heartbreak Coffee, 265 North Lamar Blvd, Oxford, MS 38655
Invitation: Science is fun at the Oxford Science Café! Join us for an exciting presentation by Dr. Kristin Lewis (AAAS).
Theatre & Film at UM Presents: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Fulton Chapel
Arts and Culture: Theatre & Film at UM's production of the classic musical Little Shop of Horrors runs April 18-21 in Fulton Chapel.
Collegians Jazz Ensemble
7:30 PM
Music Building
Arts and Culture: The Collegians Jazz Ensemble present a concert in Nutt Auditorium.
Wed
8
Nov
First-Generation Student Celebration Week
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Ole Miss Union
Invitation: Join us for events during First-Generation Student Celebration Week!
William Shakespeare's First Folio Turns 400
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Faulker Room - Archives and Special Collections
Library: Theatre Arts Professor Emerita Rhona Justice-Malloy will tell the tale of how UM acquired the Second Folio, owned by actor Edwin Booth.
Beyond ChatGPT: New Tools to Augment Your Research
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Invitation: Join us to learn about AI-powered research tools that can augment academic work.
Study Abroad 101
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Ole Miss Union
Global Engagement: Ready to take the next step? Learn more about study abroad options, deadlines, scholarships, and more!
LMR Live with Elizabeth Ito
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Ford Center for the Performing Arts
Arts and Culture: Join us for a special live recording of LMR Live, featuring acclaimed animator, writer, and showrunner Elizabeth Ito.
Music in the Time of Shakespeare
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Archives and Special Collections Department
Library: Please join the Mockingbird Early Music Ensemble in celebrating the 400th anniversary of the printing of William Shakespeare's First Folio
Hebrew Conversation Hour (Ivrit Beyachad) in Oxford
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Heartbreak Coffee, 265 North Lamar Boulevard Suite G, Oxford, MS 38655
Invitation: Ivrit beyachad, a Hebrew conversation group, meets every two Wednesdays at Heartbreak Coffee. Open to all levels.
Hebrew Conversation Hour
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Heartbreak Coffee on the Square
Global Engagement: Learn some Hebrew over coffee at Heartbreak Coffee on the Square as part of International Education Week 2023!
Thu
9
Nov
First-Generation Student Celebration Week
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Ole Miss Union
Invitation: Join us for events during First-Generation Student Celebration Week!
Transcribe-A-Thon
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Classroom 106D
Library: Help the University Library transcribe one of the 1,418 letters James Meredith received during his time at UM.
Southern Culinary Narratives
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Archives and Special Collections - Faulkner Room
Brown Bag: Southern Culinary Narratives: The ICN Child Nutrition Archives and Beyond
Grief Support Group for UM Employees
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Paul B. Johnson, Sr. Commons
Invitation: On the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month at 1:00, the group provides a safe and welcoming space for UM Employees to process loss.
Egg Bowl Glass Recycling Drive
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
JAC Danvers Lot
Sustainability: Recycle your glass and beat MSU! Refer to details for what types of glass will be accepted. Must be rinsed and sorted by color.
Egg Bowl Glass Recycling Drive
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
JAC Danvers Lot
Sustainability: Recycle your glass and beat MSU! Refer to details for what types of glass will be accepted. Must be rinsed and sorted by color.
Croft Panel on International Learning
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Croft Institute International Studies
Global Engagement: Join a panel on international learning and opportunities such as the Freeman Grant and CLS as part of IEW 2023! All majors welcome!
SouthTalks: 'Shalom Y'all'
5:30 PM
Paris-Yates Chapel
Lectures: 'Shalom Y'all: The History of Jews in Mississippi' presented by Stuart Rockoff
Tue
14
Nov
Predatory Scholarship Workshop
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
J.D. Williams Library, Classroom 106E
Library: Learn to evaluate journals and conferences to avoid falling victim to predatory practices.
Using Career Resources: Library Critical Thinking
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
J.D. Williams Library, Classroom 106D
Library: Get information that helps identify the job skills, education requirements, cost of living, and pay scales to be ready for the job market.
Info Meeting (11/14 & 15) for GSC Research Symposium
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Invitation: Join us for an informational meeting about the upcoming GSC Research and Creative Achievements Symposium: November 14 & 15,TCRC 2066, 1 PM.
Just Conversations - The Center for Practical Ethics
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Bryant Hall, Gallery
Brown Bag: Students are invited to join us over dinner for casual, small-group, facilitated conversation of a pair of contemporary ethics cases.
SouthTalks: 'In the Pines'
5:30 PM
Off Square Books, 129 Courthouse Square
Invitation: 'In the Pines: A Lynching, a Lie, a Reckoning' presented Grace Elizabeth Hale
Oxford Science Café: Below the Surface!
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Heartbreak Coffee in the Square
Invitation: Science is fun at the Oxford Science Café! Join us for an exciting presentation by Dr. Richard Buchholz and Kayleigh Mazariegos (UM).
PUSH Physical Theatre
7:30 PM
Ford Center for the Performing Arts
Ford Center: It's cool, it's athletic, it's a perfect metaphor-in-motion; the narratives of our lives played out with hope, strength, and optimism.

Ongoing Exhibits

SouthTalks: Gallery Walk with Allison Grant
October 11 - April 8
Gammill Gallery
Lectures: Allison Grant will discuss her photography exhibition 'Within the Bittersweet' in the Gammill Gallery of Barnard Observatory.
SouthTalks: A Gallery Walk with Brooke White
October 11 - April 8
Gammill Gallery
Invitation: Brooke White will have a Gallery Walk for her Year of Wandering photographs at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14 in Barnard Observatory.
The Southern Plate: An Archival Exhibition on Food
March 1 - December 8
Archives and Special Collections Department
Library: Materials from our collections available for viewing Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm. The department is closed on weekends.
SouthTalks: What Has Been Will Be Again
March 1 - December 8
Tupelo Room
Lectures: Jared Ragland presents What Has Been Will Be Again: Place, Time, & the Politics of Remembrance
Keyu Zheng (Violin) BM Recital
March 1 - December 8
Arts and Culture: Violinist Keyu Zheng will give a recital for their Bachelor of Music degree.
Richard Fuller (Piano) BM Recital
March 1 - December 8
Arts and Culture: Pianist Richard Fuller will give a recital for their Bachelor of Music degree.
MFA Thesis Exhibition: Adriane Honerbrink, Ceramics
April 24 - April 28
Meek Hall (ART Building)
Arts and Culture: Come view the MFA Thesis Exhibition: Stillness, by Adriane Honerbrink. A masterclass in professional presentation of fine ceramic sculpture.
MFA Thesis Exhibition: Daniel E. Ney, Sculpture
April 24 - April 28
Gallery 130, Located on the first floor
Arts and Culture: MFA Thesis Exhibition: Through Flame and Smoke, by Daniel E. Ney. A reflection on what is destruction & creation, and his time in Iraq.
'I'm Still Here: Documenting James Meredith'
October 23 - November 17
Invitation: Photo exhibition by Suzi Altman will be free and open to the public from 8am-5pm.