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March 2011 Releases
ROTC Graduate Students Have A Friend at the University of Memphis
Dr. Karen Weddle-West, U of M vice provost for Graduate Studies, is on the national board that oversees the Graduate Record Exam.
ROTC Examples of U of M Faculty Scholarship Will Be on Display April 4-8
The University Libraries and the Friends of University Libraries will celebrate University of Memphis faculty scholarship and creativity April 4-8.
ROTC U of M Naval ROTC Unit Will Host Drill Team Competition April 2
Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Midshipmen and their Naval Science instructors will meet for the Reserve Officers Training Corps Drill Meet.
Mock Trial Team U of M Mock Trial Team Is National Winner of Tournament
For the first time, a team from the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law has won a national mock trial competition.
Chinese Bridge Summer Camp Chinese Bridge Summer Camp Takes High School Students to China
This year’s Chinese Bridge Summer Camp for American High School Students will take place July 15-31 in China.
Writing on the Wall U of M Will Hold "Writing on the Wall" Project April 4-8
The Student Activities Council at the University will host the “Writing on the Wall” Project on the U of M’s Student Plaza April 4-8.
Shannon White Tennessee Economic Council Chooses Student for Internship
Shannon White has been selected for an internship with the Tennessee Economic Council on Women (TECW).
Louisa May Alcot Louisa May Alcott Events Will Highlight Women's History Month
The U of M, with the support of Dixon Gallery & Gardens and the Center for Research on Women, will sponsor events highlighting Louisa May Alcott.
Richard Bausch “Canstruction” Event Will Build Engineering Skills, Fight Hunger
Teams from five high schools will build amazing structures from cans of food as part of the “Canstruction” competition on March 25, at the U of M.
Richard Bausch Language Fair Will Celebrate 20th Anniversary April 2
More than 750 area high school students will demonstrate their knowledge of foreign languages and cultures at the 20th annual Language Fair.
Richard Bausch Richard Bausch Collection Is Finalist for LA Times Book Prize
A collection of short stories by Richard Bausch, U of M professor of English, is a finalist for the 2010 Los Angeles Times Book Prize in fiction.
Pepper Schwartz Relationship Expert Pepper Schwartz Will Speak at U of M March 17
The University of Memphis will welcome one of the nation’s leading relationship experts for a lecture during Women’s History Month.
Math Students Can Improve Algebra Skills at Summer Math Academy
The University of Memphis will offer a summer high school Math Academy June 19-July 2 for rising 10th- and 11th-graders.
Carolyn Mariano Engineering Student Carolyn Mariano Wins ACEC Scholarship
Carolyn Mariano has received a scholarship from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Tennessee (ACEC of Tennessee).
Martina Igberaese Senior Is One of AAF's Most Promising Minority Advertising Students
The American Advertising Federation has named journalism major Martina Igberaese as one of its Most Promising Minority Students.
Centennial History Never Looked So Good: Centennial books Enlighten
As the University of Memphis gets ready to celebrate its centennial, two of its professors knew they had to play a key role.
Global Research Students Score Big in Prelims of Global Research Challenge
Students scored a first place finish in the Mid-South preliminary round of the CFA Institute’s Global Investment Research Challenge.
Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology Part of Exhibition
The Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology (IEAA) is part of an exhibition at the Tennessee State Museum.
Delta symposium Delta Symposium to Offer Magical Ride
What would it take for you to sell your soul to the Devil? For Robert Johnson, it was the opportunity to become a blues icon.
Women's History Women's History Month 2011 Calendar of Events
The University of Memphis will celebrate Women's History Month this March with a full calendar of events.
River City Writers Albert Goldbarth Will be Guest of U of M’s River City Writers Series
The University of Memphis’ River City Writers Series will welcome poet and essayist Albert Goldbarth for two events on Wednesday, March 16.
Kathy Tuberville Kathy Tuberville Joins Office of Academic Internships at the U of M
Kathy Tuberville has been named Coordinator of Academic Internships at the University of Memphis.
WUMR Rahsaan Barber Headlines U of M Jazz Week 2011
Jazz Week kicks off Tuesday, March 1, 2011 at the University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music.

Other News

U of M Will Present Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Award and Scholarship April 4
Lecture Will Highlight Contributions of Ancient Egypt to the Modern World
Harvard Professor Will Address Racial Prejudice in Health Care
U of M Will Host Off-Campus Housing Fair March 23
March 31st Event Will Let Students Meet and Mingle with Local Employers for Potential Internship Opportunities
U of M Students' Research Will Be Showcased April 4
U of M's Delta Conference This June Will Include a Tour of the Region Itself
U of M Fogelman College of Business & Economics and UT College of Pharmacy Will Launch Executive MBA Program in Health-System Pharmacy
Speaker Will Discuss Issues Surrounding France's "Politics of the Veil"
U of M Law Students Will Spend Spring Break ‘Giving Back’ to Memphis
U of M Law Students Chosen for New Tenn. Bar Assn. Statewide Program
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