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I Am Scholar, Hear Me Roar: AHM Ali Reza, Associate Professor of Biology at Delta State University, Coauthors Peer-Reviewed Paper on Potential Extinction of Bengal Tigers in Bangladesh

By | College of Arts and Sciences, Environmental Science | No Comments

Dr. AHM Ali Reza, an associate professor of biology at Delta State University, coauthored a new paper about the likely extinction of Bengal tigers in Bangladesh. The culprit: climate change and corresponding sea level rise. Read More

DSU Music Professor Jamie Dahman’s Interest in Bulgarian Art Song Earns Mississippi Humanities Teacher Award, Leads to Lecture-Recital on Campus on March 5

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Assistant Professor of Music Jamie Dahman’s interest in the Bulgarian art song enriches not only himself but also his Delta State University colleagues. Case in point: Dahman earned Delta State’s 2019 Humanities Teacher Award from the Mississippi Humanities Council for his work in the field. Dahman will give a related lecture-recital, “Bulgarian Art Song: History, Development, and Performance,” for which he won the award, at Delta State on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, at 7 PM in the Choral Rehearsal Room in Zeigel Hall. The event is free and open to the public. Read More

Former Delta State Student Joe Edd Morris to Read from “The Prison,” His New Novel, at DSU Library, a Setting of the Book, on March 6

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There’s a special reason why Mississippi native and former Delta State University student Joe Edd Morris will read from his latest novel, The Prison, in the Roberts-LaForge Library on campus on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, at 3:30 PM. The mystery tale includes it as a setting among other Mississippi backdrops. Read More