Students, sign up to showcase your research at the 2019 conference March 6-8.
Two disaster stories have dominated headlines over the past couple of days – 1. Hurricane Florence barreling in to the Carolinas, killing at least eight, flooding communities, and leaving at least a million people without power; and 2. Thousands of Boston area residents fleeing for their lives as a series of gas explosions set scores … Continue reading Decaying infrastructure puts everyone at risk
Learn more about a voter registration/turnout project, meet the Field Education team, and more.
Everyone enjoying a healthy relationship with reality knows at least three things about climate change - (1) it's real, (2) it's happening far more rapidly than anyone had anticipated, with devastating consequences, and (3) our only hope of staving off ever-worsening impacts (including, quite possibly, our own species' extinction) is to radically reduce the emission … Continue reading Do Trump and Fellow Fossil Fuel Fanatics Have a Death Wish?
The Mississippi Conference on Social Welfare's signature event is Sept. 14 in Hattiesburg and offers seven CEUs.
Two Social work classes on human rights are the perfect incubator for creative strategies to improve voter registration and turnout at the polls.
Learn more about the Eagle's Nest, get help you with your wardrobe and more.
As we welcome you and wish you good luck for the new school year, we give you inspiring words from Dr. Tim Rehner and our former instructor Delories Williams (The Diva!).
This week's postings include a host of positions statewide with the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force.
“Let’s face it: there’s no real question that the Trump era has given us the most nakedly corrupt leadership this nation has seen in our lifetimes. But they are not the cause of the rot—they’re just the biggest, stinkiest example of it." - Senator Elizabeth Warren Warren made the remark when introducing her "Anti-Corruption and … Continue reading Something to cheer about