The university was recently awarded a $100,000 grant by the Freeman Foundation to help fund select students to hold internships in East and Southeast Asia...

Gwenafaye McCormick, a junior international studies and biology major, is the first recipient of the Ira Wolf Scholarship, an award given by the US-Japan...

Illustration by Jake Thrasher SHANGHAI-The grey skyscrapers framed a cloudy blue sky as dragon boats raced across the Suzhou River at a much faster pace...

The university’s annual Study Abroad fair opened today in the Martindale lobby. The fair runs today and Thursday and will offer students information...

Students enter Blair McElroy’s office at 331 Martindale and tell her a place they have always wanted to visit.  “I ask, ‘Is there a place you are dying to see?’” McElroy, director of the study abroad office, said. “If they can narrow it down to that, then we’ll find them something to fit them academically.” The university’s study abroad program sends...

For some students, studying abroad is the experience of a lifetime, but many do not realize the financial implications or aid available to them through the University. Skip Langley, study abroad advisor at the Office of Global Engagement, said the University sends around 75-100 students abroad during fall semester and about 150 students in the spring. Many students do...

A text message interrupted dinner with a friend in the city of light Friday night. Gunshots rained upon a restaurant just two miles south of where Robert...

Three times a year, University of Mississippi students join residents of a small community in Belize to build a road. The San Mateo Empowerment Project in Belize is one of the university’s most popular Study Abroad programs. More than 100 Ole Miss students have participated in the project since 2010, raising more than $40,000 to support the construction of the road. San...