News & Events
The University of Mississippi’s McLean Institute for Public Service and Community Engagement will host Bill Bynum, CEO and founder of Hope Credit Union, Tuesday (Feb. 21) in the Robert C. Khayat Law Center auditorium as part of Black History Month observances.
The UM Office of the Dean of Students and Volunteer Services has teamed up with organizations such as Volunteer Oxford, the McLean Institute for Public Service and Community Engagement, the Lafayette County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, and AmeriCorps VISTA to create a week of volunteer opportunities and recognition.
2nd annual Rural Entrepreneurship Forum in Tupelo, MS
The Catalyzing Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CEED) Initiative hosted the 2nd annual Rural Entrepreneurship Forum in Tupelo, MS.
The University of Mississippi’s McLean Institute for Public Service and Community Engagement teamed with Catholic Charities to offer a series of free financial awareness workshops in the Calhoun County town of Vardaman.
Charleston Middle School students engaged with their state government, thanks to the Kids in the Capitol program, developed by the University of Mississippi’s McLean Institute for Public Service and Community Engagement and Department of Political Science.
The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award was established in 1890 to honor individuals
who exhibit nobility of character, exemplified by selfless service to others and the community.
This is the University of Mississippi’s highest award in honor of service.
The Catalyzing Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CEED) Initiative
works with UM students and faculty to build actionable partnerships with Mississippi communities.
These partnerships will increase entrepreneurship and promote economic development…
Mississippi first lady Deborah Bryant came to the University of Mississippi Wednesday and was met by bright, inquisitive and energetic Oxford elementary students who are enrolled in the Horizons summer enrichment program.
With help from the Oxford Chamber of Commerce and the Leadership Lafayette program,
Horizons purchased digital cameras for this summer’s rising 4th grade class and arranged
for talented local photographers to teach them various composition skills…
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