Three undergraduate students from the Social Science Research Center (SSRC) will be participating in prestigious summer internships across the country. Laura Herring, Ciarra Smith, and Katelyn Swiderski all received the chance to join undergraduate research programs this summer in their
The Social, Therapeutic & Robotic Systems Lab established a new partnership between the Social Science Research Center and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering this summer.
For the past two decades, the Family and Children Research Unit has been working to improve the well-being, education, health, and safety of Mississippi’s children. Their work includes small and large scale projects, policy grants, and impactful research.
The Mississippi Alcohol Safety Education Program has launched into it’s 45th year with the release of the sixth edition of their MASEP Curriculum.
Mississippi has been making strides towards protecting its citizens since 2002 when the first 100% smoke-free ordinance was passed in the state. Mississippi Tobacco Data releases important, up-to-date research on tobacco usage in the state, the communities that are becoming smoke-free, and the impacts of these moves.