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."
Anthony Ray Hinton's story inspires three Social Work students who traveled to Tuscaloosa with Dr. Tim Rehner.
The Eagle's Nest Food Pantry is partnering in a project in which residential students are donating a portion of their meal plans to help fellow students in need.
Students can meet their 40-hour service obligation in a non-traditional setting. Great for animal lovers!
Dr. Terri Smith leads a discussion healthy relationships and marriage.
The documentary "More Than a Word" explores the misappropriation of Native American images and names in sports.
If you've ever considered going abroad to complete your field work for a Bachelor's of Social Work (BSW) degree, consider the experiences of recent Southern Miss graduate Cooper Robinson. Robinson spent 3 1/2 months in Ghana last fall to meet her field work requirements for the School of Social Work. Her initial moments of panic … Continue reading Going Ghana: Student Field Work Abroad
Kelli Shoemake is a sophomore Pre-Social Work student "with a passion to service those in need."