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Founded on March 30, , the university is a dual campus institution, with the main campus located in Hattiesburg. The other large campus, Gulf Park, is located in Long Beach , with five additional teaching and research sites, including the John C.

The university is well known for its major polymer science research center, [7] one of the strongest fine arts programs in the southeastern United States, including music, art and design, dance, and theater, its highly ranked graduate programs in education, clinical psychology, nursing, social work, speech language pathology, English, and history, and its online graduate programs in nursing and business MBA.

The school's colors, black and gold, were selected by a student body vote shortly after the school was founded. While mascots, names, customs, and the campus have changed, the black and gold colors have remained constant. The Normal College was created to standardize the process of training upcoming teachers. Before the existence of a specialized teaching college, instructors were required to travel throughout Mississippi to prepare their students for teaching.

In its first session, Mississippi Normal College had a total enrollment of students, and stood for "clean, pure, efficient lives. As the school developed its curriculum and departments, its name changed to reflect its progress: The college's fifth president, State Archivist Dr. He oversaw the construction of 17 new structures on campus and convinced Gov. Ross Barnett to upgrade the school to university status in recognition of its graduate programs.

On February 27, , Barnett signed the bill into law which officially renamed the school as the University of Southern Mississippi. Board of Education that segregation of public schools was unconstitutional. But when Clyde Kennard , a black Korean War veteran, attempted to enroll at Mississippi Southern College in the late s, McCain made major efforts with the state political establishment and local black leaders to prevent it. Kennard was turned down three times.

After he wrote letters about educational integration to the local paper, he was twice arrested on trumped-up criminal charges; he was eventually convicted and sentenced to seven years in the state prison. McCain's direct involvement in this abuse of the justice system is unclear.

He was likely aware that the charges against Kennard were fraudulent, but neither he nor other public officials made any objection. He spoke to the business community to try to attract investment to his state. To reduce any concern about news of integration, he told businessmen that the blacks who sought to desegregate Southern schools were "imports" from the North.

But Kennard was a native of Hattiesburg and resident of Eatonville. In all fairness, I admit that we are not encouraging Negro voting," he said.

Kennard was finally released on parole in , when he was terminally ill with cancer. He died six months later. By the early s, national pressure was growing to integrate Mississippi's institutions of higher learning.

McCain was well known to vehemently oppose having any black students at Mississippi Southern. In James Meredith attempted to enroll at the University of Mississippi , the state's flagship institution.

McCain, USM and state leaders recognized the state needed to integrate in order to appeal to businesses from outside the state. They made extensive confidential plans for the admission of their first black students. A faculty guardian and tutor was secretly appointed for each to help with the transition. The campus police department was instructed to prevent or quickly stop any incident against the two black students.

Student athletic, fraternity, and political leaders were recruited to keep the calm and protect the university from the kind of negative publicity that Ole Miss had suffered during rioting against Meredith's enrollment.

As a result, black students Gwendolyn Elaine Armstrong and Raylawni Branch were enrolled without incident in September McCain, infringed upon the civil rights of Gay and Lesbian students. Gay and Lesbian students, with an emphasis on male homosexuals, were targeted and expelled.

McCain's intentions were to purge the campus of all sexual impurities. Alvin Williams, an early member of the organization and professor emeritus of media at the university, described AACS as an "instrumental part of student life for black students" attending the university in the late s. The transition of the s to the s gave way to a surge of social activism and major changes within the university. In response to growing concerns of black students, the university ramped its efforts to hire black faculty.

In , standout football player Fred Cook was voted as the first black Mr. The first black Greek organizations premiered in In the years following McCain's campus transformation, The University of Southern Mississippi continued to expand dramatically. In the early 21st century, Southern Miss developed under the presidency of Dr. His tenure was characterized by a significant increase in the quantity of research conducted at the university. Thames' work to respond to the destruction wrought by Hurricane Katrina brought praise from the community.

In October , the Faculty Senate of the Gulf Park campus passed an official resolution of appreciation. The Hattiesburg American reported that Thames' post-Katrina address to the faculty at Hattiesburg was well received. It dropped significant athletic and academic programs, including the Computer Science major and most engineering programs, in retrenchment after closure and damage to the campus.

The Thames administration gained financing and supervised execution of several construction projects on campus, often in partnership with private-sector entities. The university experienced an unexpected, highly publicized drop from "Tier 3" to "Tier 4" in the U. This roughly coincided with the height of the Shelby Thames controversy, when he fired tenured professors for "dissension".

Several organizations scrutinized the legality of his actions, as tenure was designed to protect academic independence. In , USM was ranked by U. These rankings attempt to make a more holistic assessment of an institution's value; USM ranked 98th out of doctoral institutions. This was the highest ranking of any school in Mississippi. As of [update] , Washington Monthly ranked USM th in research specifically and nd in national universities overall.

On February 10, an EF4 wedge tornado tore through the Southern Miss campus, causing tens of millions of dollars in damage. The tornado formed in western Hattiesburg and continued into Southwestern Alabama. The tornado destroyed two buildings and damaged six others. As most students were away for Mardi Gras break and there were advanced warnings of the tornado, there were no fatalities and few injuries on campus.

Bennett released another statement, announcing that the university would only raise flags that he felt united all students. Since the removal of the state flag, protests to bring back the flag have become common Sunday occurrence on the Hattiesburg campus.

In , Southern Miss replaced their attack eagle logo from the s with an eagle head logo. Two years later, when Southern Miss attempted to trademark the new logo, the University of Iowa filed against it, for they believed it looked too similar to their Hawkeyes logo.

This new logo was copyrighted and has mostly replaced the logo. In early October , the U. Army announced that, due to financial constraints and the low production rate of commissioned officers, 13 ROTC programs at various universities would be shut down, including the Golden Eagle Battalion of Southern Miss.

Southern Miss offers approximately programs leading to baccalaureate, master's, specialist, and doctorate degrees. Southern Miss has traditionally drawn many of its students from Mississippi schools and community colleges, hailing from every county in Mississippi, though today the majority of undergraduates come from public schools across the southern United States and around the globe.

The university is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and its programs are accredited by 30 state and national agencies.

The University of Southern Mississippi offers more than clubs and organizations, as well as intramural athletics and special events. Student organizations at Southern Miss include the Student Government Association, The Legacy, The Student Printz the biweekly student-produced newspaper , The Southerner the yearbook , Southern Style the university's student orientation team , national fraternities and sororities, honor societies, and various religious organizations.

Southern Miss also hosts, participates in, and promotes more than cultural events every year. Regular events include the Jazz and Blues Festival held on the Long Beach campus, performances by the theater, dance and music departments, and exhibits presented by the art department. Several guest lecturers including General David Petraeus , Dr. The institution's strengths include its large research endowment, its emphasis on accreditation at the departmental and college levels, its respected music and art programs, and its athletic prowess.

Several degree programs at the university rank among the best of their kind in the nation. The School of Communications is ranked among the top ten programs in the nation, according to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, and Southern Miss is one of only one percent of business schools in the nation accredited in both business and accounting by the AACSB International Association for Management Education. Bennett became the tenth president of the university in April The University of Southern Mississippi recently began an academic reorganization changing the academic structure at the University and the roles of administrators.

This plan reduced the number of colleges from six to four and consolidated traditional departments into thematic schools. In addition to its academic colleges, The University of Southern Mississippi also offers the following programs:. In , the operation was moved to Mary L. Michael Junior High School in Biloxi.

To meet the educational needs of various occupational fields, the university relocated in to Keesler Air Force Base. In addition, it obtained classroom facilities for night classes from the Jefferson Davis campus of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College. One of the most prominent landmarks on campus is the Friendship Oak. This huge live oak tree on the lawn of Hardy Hall and the Administration Building, dates from approximately The earliest available reference to the moniker Friendship Oak is found in an article written by Bob Davis, correspondent for the New York Sun.

He described the tree in his book People, People, Everywhere This effort was encouraged by Dr. Shelby Thames when he was executive vice president of USM. In , however, the university decided to close its Jackson County Center and consolidate course offerings at other teaching sites on the Gulf Coast. The last commencement was held in and the University of Southern Mississippi acquired the campus in It offered programs leading to degrees at the baccalaureate and graduate levels.

University development has continued and on August 19, , Southern Miss admitted its first class of freshmen on its Gulf Park Campus.

USM is the only comprehensive university in the state with dual-campus status. In the early 21st century the Gulf Park campus serves as the central campus for several remote teaching centers, including:.

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Surrender of child to a home for care and adoption. Investigation; interlocutory decree; appeal. Authority of court to impose fee for court-ordered home study relating to child custody matters. Final decree and effect thereof. Limitation on action to set aside final decree.

Grounds for setting aside proceedings limited. Proceedings and records confidential; use in court or administrative proceedings. References to marital status of natural parents prohibited. References to parents and child in docket entries and decrees. Clerks to keep separate index, docket and minute books. Supplemental benefits program; funding. Agreement with department of public welfare; commencement of benefits; duration; certification of need.

Promulgation of rules and regulations. Representation by Department of Public Welfare of persons proposing to adopt child who is dependent of state child-placing agency. Development of interstate compacts; authority of Department of Public Welfare; definitions. Medicaid eligibility; medical assistance identification; penalties for false statement or claim; applicability. Inclusion of federal aid in certain state plans. Centralized adoption records file established; contents; filing of supplemental information; authorization to release birth parent's identity; notification of genetic illness.

Release of nonidentifying information; persons eligible to receive; fee. Search for birth parents by agency to obtain medical, social, or genetic information; fee. Civil and criminal immunity for persons acting under Adoption Confidentiality Act. Promulgation of rules and regulations; fees. Request by adoptee for identifying information.

Identification and counseling of requesting adoptee; release of information by bureau. Search for birth parent; when permitted; fee; agency contact with birth parent; release of information to adoptee.

Petition in chancery court for disclosure of identifying information. One birth parent prohibited from divulging identity of other parent. However, if the petitioner or petitioners, or one 1 of them, are related to the child within the third degree according to civil law, or if the adoption is presented to the court by an adoption agency licensed by the State of Mississippi, the residence restriction shall not apply.

The adoption shall be by sworn petition filed in the chancery court of the county in which the adopting petitioner or petitioners reside or in which the child to be adopted resides or was born, or was found when it was abandoned or deserted, or in which the home is located to which the child has been surrendered by a person authorized to so do.

The petition shall be accompanied by a doctor's or nurse practitioner's certificate showing the physical and mental condition of the child to be adopted and a sworn statement of all property, if any, owned by the child. If the doctor's or nurse practitioner's certificate indicate s any abnormal mental or physical condition or defect, the condition or defect shall not in the discretion of the chancellor bar the adoption of the child if the adopting parent or parents file an affidavit stating full and complete knowledge of the condition or defect and stating a desire to adopt the child, notwithstanding the condition or defect.

The court shall have the power to change the name of the child as a part of the adoption proceedings. The word "child" herein shall be construed to refer to the person to be adopted, though an adult. In addition to the above, there shall be made parties to any proceeding to adopt a child, either by process or by the filing of a consent to the adoption proposed in the petition, the following: The child shall join the petition by its next friend.

Determination of the rights of the father of a child born out of wedlock may be made in proceedings pursuant to a petition for determination of rights as provided in Section In any event, if the child is more than fourteen 14 years of age, a consent to the adoption, sworn to or acknowledged by the child, shall also be required or personal service of process shall be had upon the child in the same manner and in the same effect as if it were an adult.

Provided, however, the parents shall not be summoned in the adoption proceedings nor have the right to object thereto if the parental rights of the parent or parents have been terminated by the procedure set forth in Sections through , and such termination shall be res judicata on the question of parental abandonment or unfitness in the adoption proceedings. The court shall order an expedited report of such testing and shall hold the hearing resolving this matter at the earliest time possible.

Such guardian ad litem shall be an attorney, however his duties are as guardian ad litem and not as attorney for the child. The reasonable costs of the guardian ad litem shall be taxed as costs of court. Neither the child nor anyone purporting to act on his behalf may waive the appointment of a guardian ad litem.

At that point the prospective adopting parents shall be made parties by joinder which shall show their suitability to be adopting parents as would a petition for adoption. The identity and suitability of the prospective adopting parents shall be made known to the court and the guardian ad litem, but shall not be made known to other parties to the proceeding unless the court determines that the interests of justice or the best interests of the child require it.

It shall not be necessary for a guardian ad litem to be appointed where the chancery judge presiding in the adoption proceeding deems it unnecessary and no adoption agency is involved in the proceeding. No final decree of adoption heretofore granted shall be set aside or modified because a guardian ad litem was not appointed unless as the result of a direct appeal not now barred.

As used in this chapter the word "home" shall be construed to include any charitable or religious corporation or organization or the superintendent or head of such charitable or religious corporation or organization organized under the laws of the State of Mississippi, or any public authority to which has been granted the power to provide care for or procure the adoption of children by any statute or statutes of this state, and any association or institution engaged in placing children for adoption on July 1, Any person required to be a party to an adoption proceeding by Section may execute the surrender of a child to a home by sworn or acknowledged instrument which shall include the following: Said instrument shall not be executed until seventy-two 72 hours after the birth of the child and shall effectually vest in the home all rights thus surrendered and all powers thus created, with the right and power to execute the consent to adoption as required in this chapter authorizing the court to vest in the child and the adopting parent or parents the rights herein provided.

Where a child has been surrendered to a home or other agency operating under the laws of another state, and the child is delivered into the custody of a petitioner or home within this state, the execution of such consent by such nonresident home or agency shall be accepted in lieu of the execution of such consent by a home.

At any time after the filing of the petition for adoption and completion of process thereon, and before the entering of a final decree, the court may, in its discretion, of its own motion, or on motion of any party to the proceeding, require an investigation, including, but not limited to, a home study by a duly qualified licensed person at the petitioner's or petitioners' sole expense and at no cost to the state or county, and report to the court to be made by any person, officer, or home as the court may designate and direct concerning the child, giving the material facts upon which the court may determine whether the child is a proper subject for adoption, whether the petitioners or petitioner are suitable parents for the child, whether the adoption is to its best interest, and any other facts or circumstances that may be material to the proposed adoption.

The court, when an investigation and report are required by the court or by this section, shall stay the proceedings in the cause for such reasonable time as may be necessary or required in the opinion of the court for the completion of the investigation and report by the person, officer, or home designated and authorized to make the same. Upon the filing of that consent or the completion of the process and the filing of the investigation and report, if required by the court or by this section, and the presentation of such other evidence as may be desired by the court, if the court determines that it is to the best interests of the child that an interlocutory decree of adoption be entered, the court may thereupon enter an interlocutory decree upon such terms and conditions as may be determined by the court, in its discretion, but including therein that the complete care, custody and control of the child shall be vested in the petitioner or petitioners until further orders of the court and that during such time the child shall be and remain a ward of the court.

If the court determines by decree at any time during the pendency of the proceeding that it is not to the best interests of the child that the adoption proceed, the petitioners shall be entitled to at least five 5 days' notice upon their attorneys of record and a hearing with the right of appeal as provided by law from a dismissal of the petition; however, the bond perfecting the appeal shall be filed within ten 10 days from the entry of the decree of dismissal and the bond shall be in such amount as the chancellor may determine and supersedeas may be granted by the chancellor or as otherwise provided by law for appeal from final decrees.

After the entry of the interlocutory decree and before entry of the final decree, the court may require such further and additional investigation and reports as it may deem proper. The rights of the parties filing the consent or served with process shall be subject to the decree but shall not be divested until entry of the final decree. In any child custody matter hereafter filed in any chancery or county court in which temporary or permanent custody has already been placed with a parent or guardian, the court shall impose a fee for any court-ordered home study performed by the Department of Human Services.

USM is the only comprehensive university in the state with dual-campus status. In the early 21st century the Gulf Park campus serves as the central campus for several remote teaching centers, including:. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County. Classes were relocated to the Healthmark Center in Gulfport.

In , the Gulfport campus was closed and all facilities were moved back to the renovated Long Beach campus. The garden has a semicirular form and contains many various types of hybrid roses in 32 rose beds. Semesters at the university run from August to December and January to May, with a week summer session.

There are two four-week accelerated summer terms. Several meeting rooms are within the union complex. The Union and Programs team hosts more than a thousand events each year. At nearly , Southern Miss' student organizations appeal to a wide spectrum of interests: The largest organizations based on student membership include the: The university has 26 Greek organizations on campus, including 14 fraternities and 12 sororities.

There are 19 fraternity and sorority houses. The University of Southern Mississippi has 13 residence halls, and about 5, students live on campus throughout the school year. The University of Southern Mississippi is one of the few universities to allow a two-day holiday each year for Mardi Gras. The university does not hold classes on the Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. In the late s and early s, many USM students expressed a desire for the holiday.

Stribling appealed again in , and Lucas allowed the holiday for Fat Tuesday in The next year, the holiday for Fat Tuesday was made a permanent part of the university's calendar. The university's student government in gained addition of the Monday before Ash Wednesday as part of the Mardi Gras Holiday, creating a two-day holiday for the event and a four-day weekend for students.

While many USM students attend Mardi Gras celebrations, the majority of students use the four-day weekend to prepare for mid-term exams or visit family and friends. The novelty of Mardi Gras Holiday has become a recruiting tool. The Golden Eagles have excelled in all areas of athletics. Southern Miss has captured national titles twice in football and three times in track and field.

The Golden Eagle football team has also competed in twenty-four bowl games throughout the course of the program's history. It is important to note that twelve of these bowl games have resulted in a victory for the Golden Eagles. Roberts Stadium is the home of the Golden Eagle football team and can hold up to 36, fans.

The Golden Eagle baseball team has the 3 recruiting class in the country by Baseball America. The University of Southern Mississippi is the only institution within the state, and one of a dozen universities in America, to be accredited in all four fine arts emphasis areas: The Southern Chorale has become nationally and internationally recognized.

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Southern As I Saw It: Personal Remembrances of an Era, to University of Southern Mississippi Press. Retrieved June 23, University of Southern Mississippi. Office of University Communications. Retrieved August 2, Retrieved May 29, University of Southern Mississippi Overall Rankings. Summers are long with 80 degree temperatures beginning in May or sometimes sooner and lasting normally until the first weeks of October.

Night temperatures do not usually vary greatly from daytime temperatures, usually dropping only 21 degrees. Heat indexes can soar during the summer months due to high humidity and long hours of sunshine, causing a 93 degree day to feel as if it were degrees. Afternoon showers and thunderstorms are to be expected during summer months but are often short lived.

July is, on average, the hottest month of the year at 92 degrees, without counting the varying heat index. Purvis averages freezing temperatures only a few times a winter. The record high was in at degrees and the record low in at 4 degrees. As of the census [16] of , there were 2, people, households, and families residing in the city.

The population density was There were housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1. There were households out of which The average household size was 2. In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 35 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were The Purvis School System's mascot is a tornado as a testament of the courage of those who endured the Tornadoes of , which changed the face of the emerging town, and in honor of those who lost their lives that day.

The citizens of Purvis have contributed greatly to the various branches of the United States Military beginning long before the town was incorporated. The War Memorial located on the grounds of the Old Lamar County Courthouse holds testament of the sacrifices the families of the area have made.

The Purvis City Park is dedicated to the men and women who served in World War II and one of the main thoroughfares through the city is named in honor of one of its decorated servicemen. This line of storms left people dead, with 83 dead in Purvis alone.

From the reports of Dr. Hermesch, Assistant Surgeon U. Navy and the Relief Committee at Purvis, we know that there were 83 dead, wounded and destitute in the town of Purvis. The large "Town Clock" in the domed tower of the courthouse of the time, sustained damage from flying debris and was stopped at 2: All the wires were down, and they could not telegraph this city for help, so Sheriff George W.

Holleman saddled his horse and W. Alsworth mounted the steed, and started across the country for Richburg, 10 miles distance toward Hattiesburg. Alsworth urged the horse for all he was worth, dashing three veritable creeks, and over rough roads.

He made the trip in less than fifty minutes. A second messenger was sent behind Mr. Alsworth, so that if anything happened, the other man might reach the goal and send the news. The other messenger was J. Both men reached Richburg about 3 o'clock, Mr. Alsworth sometime ahead of Mr. Alsworth wired direct over the telephone to Mayor J. Donald, asking for physicians to come to the relief of the stricken town. Mayor Donald immediately made the fact known in the city.

Purvis is a city in Lamar County, is part of the Hattiesburg, Mississippi Metropolitan Statistical population was 2, at the census. It is the county seat of Lamar County. The Town of Purvis was incorporated on February 25, and was founded by and named after Thomas Melville Purves, originally of Marion County, . Baxterville - Myrtle Grove Cemetery - Occurrences of people walking through the cemetery when no one is www.hypulp.comgs of dread when you are in or outside of the cemetery at night. Strange occurrences at homes that surround the cemetery. Atlanta Sit-ins & Mass Arrests (Dec 'Feb '64) Photos See SNCC Meets Kenyan Freedom Fighter in Atlanta for preceding events.. As comes to a close, the political battle to pass the Civil Rights Bill continues in Washington. President Johnson pressures civil rights organizations to halt protests and civil-disobediance campaigns.