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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    rapidly in the past two years Aquila was originally conceived as a means of providing open access to faculty publications but the site has broadened its capabilities and now offers a journal publishing platform streaming media archives of participating campus lecture series and research data preservation for federally funded grant research Among Aquila s first 100 000 downloads the majority are from the following collections Honors College theses http aquila usm edu honors theses Since December 2011 all Honors College theses are uploaded to Aquila Because of its multidisciplinary approach and extensive collection these are often the most downloaded files in Aquila SLIS Connecting http aquila usm edu slisconnecting SLIS Connecting is a journal edited by Dr Stacy Creel and Dr Teresa Welsh in the School of Library and Information Science The journal launched in February 2012 and now boasts an international readership Online Journal of Health Ethics http aquila usm edu ojhe The OJHE edited by Dr Sheila Davis in the College of Nursing has a longstanding reputation among scholars in the field of health and nursing ethics Since relocating to Aquila in summer 2013 it has become one of the most utilized resources on the site Documenting Runaway

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/news/aquiladownload_news.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    of Art Design www usm edu visual arts at Southern Miss This greatly anticipated annual event gives art students the opportunity to exhibit their creative achievements in visual arts produced over the past year and compete for awards in various categories The student show features works of art from studio courses in art foundations drawing painting printmaking photography ceramics sculpture and graphic design Jurors for the student show are Whitney

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/news/studentart_news.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    Guides Policies RSS Feeds Student Employment Suggestions Lives Change Your Library Celebrate National Library Week Southern Miss Libraries Cook Library Gulf Coast Library Gunter Library and McCain Library along with libraries across the nation celebrate National Library Week April 13 19 2014 a time to highlight the value of libraries librarians and library workers Librarians work with students faculty staff and university administrators to meet the needs of the Southern Miss community Whether through offering print and electronic resources places for both quiet and group study research support and instruction or access to computing technology our librarians listen and respond to those we serve We are here to support your success If you haven t visited a Southern Miss library lately we invite you to visit during National Library Week to learn how the Libraries faculty and staff can help you succeed We encourage you to visit our Services web page to discover a wealth of services to help you achieve your academic goals Tell us how Southern Miss Libraries have changed your life Tweet USMCookLibrary using the hashtag LivesChange and NLW14 or share your stories by posting to your favorite library s Facebook page Cook Library on Facebook Gulf

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/news/libweek_news.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    served Registration is not required The April 2014 workshops are listed below Visit the Libraries website for a full listing of upcoming workshops www lib usm edu services instruction and workshops html Workshop Date Time Gulf Coast Library Location Defining Plagiarism April 2 11 45 12 30 Room 107 How to Avoid Plagiarism April 2 3 00 4 00 Room 213 GRE Study Session April 5 12 noon 4 00

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/news/workshopsixty_news.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    RSS Feeds Student Employment Suggestions Southern Miss Gulf Coast to host free African American Genealogy Workshop LONG BEACH Miss The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Park campus will host a free African American Genealogy workshop Saturday April 5 2014 10 a m 4 15 p m in room 204 of the Gulf Coast Library located on the Gulf Park campus in Long Beach The workshop taught by Ann Anderson and Joyce Griffith of the Ocean Springs Genealogical Society will provide instruction on how to conduct basic genealogical research as well as researching free people of color and slave ancestors The event is part of the traveling exhibition Changing America The Emancipation Proclamation 1863 and the March on Washington 1963 The Changing America exhibit is presented by the Smithsonian s National Museum of African American History and Culture and the National Museum of American History in collaboration with the American Library Association Public Programs Office The tour of the traveling exhibition is made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities Exploring the human endeavor Local sponsors include The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Evelyn Gandy Cultural Arts Center College of Arts and Letters The Long Beach Public Library and

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/news/genealogyworkshop_news.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    manipulate matter at this size enables innovation not previously possible Nanotechnology is revolutionizing research and development in medicine computing new materials food energy and other areas Catch a glimpse into this miniscule world during NanoDays Cook Library on Monday March 31 in Cook Library room 123 from 6 00 7 30 p m NanoDays Cook Library is part of a nationwide festival of educational programs exploring nanoscale science matter and engineering and its potential impact on the future Southern Miss professors and graduate students will facilitate hands on activities for the whole family such as exploring size in relation to nanometers how fluids flow in narrow spaces such as capillaries and the properties of ferrofluid and piezoelectric materials There will also be a read aloud story time for children with selected books about Nano and a display of books for adults and children on Nano topics Professors and students who will facilitate activities during NanoDays Cook Library include Dr Kenneth Curry associate professor in Biological Sciences Dr Song Guo and Dr Julie Pigza assistant professors in Chemistry and Biochemistry Dr Stacy Creel assistant professor in Library and Information Science and Sunita Subedi Paudel and Durga Paudel graduate students in Physics

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/news/nanodays_news.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    March 2014 Cook Library is committed to providing students with the environment atmosphere and resources to support student success In a partnership with the Student Government Association Cook Library is already opening our doors earlier in the morning to provide more access to library services University Libraries wants to hear from you We have created a survey about our library hours so that you can provide feedback on how Cook

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/news/hourssurvey_news.html (2016-02-17)
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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    cubic feet of materials The Tatum Family Business Records include the holdings of the Tatum family prominent land holders business and community leaders of the Forrest County Mississippi area Beginning in 1893 with the first sawmill the Tatum Lumber Company came to employ hundreds of local residents and spanned approximately 63 000 acres of timber land and railways W S F Tatum the patriarch of the family led Hattiesburg as mayor from 1922 1924 and 1928 1936 During his terms as mayor roads were paved extensive additions were made to the municipal water and sewer system a public library a municipal airport and the Saenger Theater were built and the movement was started to bring natural gas to Hattiesburg During the 1960s land in Lamar County owned by the family and known as the Tatum Salt Dome was used by the U S Atomic Energy Commission to conduct underground nuclear detonations known as Project Dribble The scope of the Tatum Family Business Records includes a view of Forrest and Lamar County Mississippi areas as the land turned from a timber industry waypoint into a vital industrial city The collection is comprised of approximately 443 cu feet of materials from 1881 1991 A complete 494 page finding aid and related catalog record is online along with 196 selected digital images S G Thigpen Sr of Picayune Mississippi was an area entrepreneur historian and writer who operated from his hardware store from 1919 until his death in 1981 The collection contains financial records personal papers essays photographs scrapbooks sound recordings and newspaper articles of Thigpen s life and the Pearl River County Mississippi area The collection is comprised of approximately 38 cubic feet of materials from 1899 1996 A complete 75 page finding aid and related catalog record is online along with

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/about_us/news/grantcompletion_news.html (2016-02-17)
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