School of Continuing Education and Special Programs
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USA SCESP welcomes Dr. Evelyn Green to the Hospitality and Tourism degree program

The USA School of Continuing Education and Special Programs welcomes Dr. Evelyn Green to our team. Dr. Green most recently served as a faculty member with the University of Nevada at Las Vegas - Singapore Campus. Dr. Green has a wealth of knowledge in hospitality, tourism, and gaming. Her focus is building a solid Hospitality and Tourism Management Curriculum utilizing business education partnerships to drive development.

Photo: Dr. Evelyn Green and Dr. Roy Maize discuss opportunities for the USA HTM Program.

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The University of South Alabama expanding offerings in Gulf Shores

GULF SHORES, AL — In an enthusiastic and well-received presentation before the Gulf Shores City Council Dr. Jim Connors, dean of the school of continuing education at the University of South Alabama, gave details of the school’s expanded presence here. (Read More)

USA Receives Record Number of Study Abroad Scholarships for 2015    
USA Receives Record Number of Study Abroad Scholarships for 2015

The University of South Alabama Study Abroad program has received more than $100,000 in scholarship funds, which have been awarded to support students studying overseas this summer. (Read More)

Russia    
Russia again on the rise, but how should U.S. respond? 

As Charlie Rose interviewed Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Economic Forum in St. Petersburg this past weekend, I was a few blocks away talking with Russians about similar issues. I am an historian at the University of South Alabama and have been traveling to Russia and other states of the former Soviet Union for more than 20 years. Last week, I visited our students in Russia who are in a program organized by Russian language professor and Birmingham native, Nicholas Gossett. University of South Alabama is breaking new ground here as few Southern schools lead study abroad programs to Russia. (Read More)

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Bienvenidos! USA Proudly Welcomes Mexican Proyecta 100,000 Students

The Office of International Education, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, and the English Language Center at the University of South Alabama are excited to host a group of students from Mexico this summer as part of the Mexican government’s plan to have 100,000 Mexican citizens studying in United States colleges and universities by 2018. (Read More)

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