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Southern to Accept 'Common App'Southern will begin accepting the Common Application later this year for student wishing to be ac...
Study Shows 'Silent' Signs of HypertensionA study by Peter Latchman, assistant professor of exercise science, shows that young, black women...
Accelerated MBA Program to Launch in AugustAn accelerated Master of Business Administration degree program will begin in August.
OIE Offers a Variety of Summer 2014 Study Abroad OptionsStudents may choose from an array of longstanding and new programs in several countries.
From Nigeria to New HavenProfessor's memoir recounts a remarkable journey.
Southern Revamps Graduate Computer Science ProgramRestructure includes new tracks in network and information security (cybersecurity) and software ...
Southern Awards Diplomas During Inaugural Winter CommencementSouthern awards students diplomas during first-ever winter commencement ceremony.
Rare 'Asian Unicorn' is Focus of International AttentionHistory Professor Michele Thompson studies the elusive saola, an animal rarely seen by scientists.
The Transformative Power of TravelOffice of International Education expands opportunities for students.
Mia Brownell Exhibits her 'Delightful, Delicious, Disgusting' Paintings in Two Solo ShowsArt Professor Brownell's works are inspired by molecular models and classic still life painting.
Owls' Football Coach Retires After 29 Years at the HelmHas served as head coach of the Owls' gridiron squad since 1985.
Nanotechnology Center to Open New Doors in Cutting-Edge FieldsStudent opportunities in the applied sciences will expand as part of the ConnSCU Center for Nanot...
Confronting Racism in Fact and FictionTim Parrish's two new books look at racism in America through different lenses.
From the Airwaves to the Printed PageFrank Tavares' writing career takes off as his 30-plus-year gig with NPR comes to a close.