Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources is looking for behavioral healthcare professionals. The facility will hold a career fair from 9 a.m. to noon May 4 at PBMHR's HR office at 4100 Mamie St. in Hattiesburg. Opportunities are available for social work professionals or upcoming May graduates seeking their first jobs, and for both BSW and … Continue reading Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Career Fair May 4
April L. Estill, LCSW, will be the featured speaker on the subject of Cultural Tolerance vs. Cultural Acceptance at the MS NASW Pine Belt/Bogue Chitto Branch meeting April 19. The meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. at Fritzsche-Gibbs Hall (map), Room 112, on the Hattiesburg campus of Southern Miss. Estill, an adjunct instructor at the … Continue reading ‘How Cultural Acceptance Positively Impacts Social Work Practice’
Social Work students install a pinwheel garden to recognize abused and neglected children.
(With Video): Krystal Porter Bradley (top graduate student) and Delories Williams (lifetime achievement) talk about their honors.
Four Southern Miss students travel to Connecticut for training and leave empowered to pursue their political ambitions.
A secret society, the Gold Leaf, has contributed $777.77 to the Eagle's Nest Food Pantry.
Scholarship applications are open through March 31 for social work students with roots in south Mississippi. The Gulf Coast Community Foundation’s Lawrence & Lucimarian Roberts Helpline Scholarship Fund will award two scholarships of $2,500 each to undergraduate or graduate students who meet all the following criteria: Currently enrolled or plan to be enrolled next school … Continue reading Apply by March 31 for Two $2,500 Scholarships
Two recent studies about food insecurity show why the on-campus Eagle's Nest Food Pantry is such a crucial resource at Southern Miss. Students Jacky Thompson and Tyesha Christopher, along with Dr. Tamara Hurst, are featured in a recent story in the Hattiesburg American that highlights the efforts of the pantry to serve the needs of … Continue reading Story Features Eagle’s Nest Food Pantry, Highlights Food Insecurity
Nearly 50 faculty, staff, students and alumni will be participating in the NASW-MS Conference in March.
Chantel Gary is a junior Social Work student who loves Southern Miss because faculty and staff "want you to succeed and believe that you can do it."