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•Ralph Braseth, Student Media Center Director, often speaks to groups of potential students. Braseth leads the ur: four student-run media outlets •Outside the classroom and into the shade is where many insturctors take their pupils on pleasant days. The change of environment reduces boredom and monotony. •Samir Husni, head of the Magazine Service Journalism Program, utilizes his experience within the industry to give students a better understanding of the field. Husni ' s classes take several field trips to various regional publishing companies within the semester. academics 97
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Service and LEADERSHIP Faculty members combine leadership skills with a spirit of service to reach students. by summer owens •Paula Temple and student, Mona Elsohly dis- cuss the value of design, top. •Fay Gilbert eagerly teaches her marketing students, right. 96 academics
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story by nancy shands The Univer- sity of Mississippi, from its formal opening in 1848 un- til 1870, conferred the honorary degree of Master of Arts upon those certain graduates who attained intellectual distinction. Courses at the graduate level were offered first in 1870, and a compre- hensive exam as a requirement for the MA degree was al- so established that year. A definite pro- gram of graduate study with the mini- mum residence requirement of one year academic year was established in 1890. During the past ninety years, graduate work at The University of Mississippi has been continually developed. The Graduate School, which has been in existence since 1927, is still growing today. With 11,000 students enrolled at The University of Mississip- pi, approximately 1,800 of these stu- dents are enrolled in the Graduate School. Twenty-five percent of these 1,800 students are international stu- dents, adding to the diversity of the school. The Graduate School has seven- ty degree programs and offers master and doctorate degrees in accountancy, art, business administration, education, fine arts, music, science, social science, and taxation. The Graduate School, which administers all graduate study at the University, holds membership in the Council of Graduate Schools in the United States. Its faculty consists of about 400 members, who are qualified to offer graduate work. The Associated Graduate Stu- dent Body at Ole Miss addresses the THE GRADUATE School The Graduate School offers students a higher level of education and broader horizons for the future. by jaci leas needs and concerns of the graduate students on the Oxford campus. The AGSB officers and senate work with the faculty, administration and other student or- ganizations to promote higher academic achieve- ment and standards, to provide interdepart- mental communication among graduate stu- dents, and to provide graduate students with more opportunities for social interac- tion. By addressing common concerns of its membership, the AGSB strives to eliminate much of the unnecessary stress often associated with graduate student life. Some of the research facilities associated with the Graduate School included the Jamie Whitten National Center for Physical Acoustics, the National Center for the Development of Natural Products, the Center for Wet- lands and Water Resources, the Missis- sippi Center for Supercomputing Re- search, the Center for Wireless Commu- nication, the Center for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering, and the National Food Service Management Institute. " The Graduate School is a vital part of this institution, " Don Cole, asso- ciate dean, said. The Graduate School represents research and provides the institution with the knowledge that is needed. The Graduate School stands as a base for the knowledge and understanding of The University of Mississippi. 1
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