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Jessica Clifford Kelso

Jessica Clifford Kelso comes to the College of Arts & Sciences from the College of Health and Human Services at Bowling Green State University where she coordinated their nursing program. Jessica was also responsible for advising students in nursing, healthcare administration and community health programs.

She taught first-year courses on university success, the history of nursing, and study skills. Jessica is originally from Lima, Ohio and graduated from Bowling Green with a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Arts in College Student Personnel.

She's happy to be at the University of Memphis and is looking forward to being able to play outside with her dog year-round after living through the frigid winters of northwest Ohio.

Her role at the College of Arts & Sciences is to advise students interested in careers in the health sciences and law and to assist these students with their application to professional school. The Pre-professional Advisor is responsible for creating and maintaining programs and services that provide pre-professional students with in-depth information about professional school admissions requirements and an opportunity to interact with professional school admissions officials and practicing professionals.

You can contact Jessica at:
107 Scates Hall| The University of Memphis| Memphis, TN 38152
Ph: 901-678-3373| Fx: 901-678-4831| jgclffrd@memphis.edu

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Dr. Brian Waldron and Dr. Beatrice Magnani
Dr. Brian Waldron and Dr. Beatrice Magnani, assistant professor and research assistant professor, Ground Water Institute and Center for Earthquake Research and Information

What lies beneath the surface of the mighty Mississippi?
Last summer Dr. Brian Waldron and Dr. Beatrice Magnani led a team of investigators searching for answers to the mystery of what lies beneath the surface of the Mississippi River. Does the river's muddy water conceal hidden, as yet undiscovered faults? How does our aquifer, the source of our drinking water, interact with the Mississippi River?

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