FEBRUARY 25, 2020
Our Guest Today


Dr. Denny Bubrig joined the Southern Miss community in July 2017 as Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs. In this role, Denny works with and provides oversight for Campus Recreation, Union Operations, and Conference and Event Services in addition to other divisional responsibilities. Denny has been a part of the higher education/student affairs profession for over 15 years having worked at such institutions as the University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa, Bowling Green State University, Samford University, and the University of Texas-Austin. His roles have ranged from Student Organization Services to Greek Life, and from Parent Programs to Campus Major Events/Student Activities. An active member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), Denny serves on the Regional Board as Professional Programs Coordinator, and on the Centennial Celebration Education Committee. Denny has been active in the Scouting community as an adult volunteer and has served as an alumni club chairman in two cities for his undergraduate institution. When he is not on campus or involved in the community, you may find Denny traveling, enjoying outdoor sports, training for his fourth marathon, or working with the PTO at his sons’ schools. Denny is married to Kathryn and they have three sons, Collier, Ellis, and Flynn.
MINUTES: February 18, 2020
Rotary Club of Hattiesburg welcomed it's newest member, Will Sanderson.
President-Elect Mark Killingsworth presided over today’s meeting. Steve Ramp provided the invocation and Joe Meador led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Mark thanked Coke for providing the trailer and the water for our Hub Fest event coming up on March 28. Volunteers are needed to work the event and a sign-up sheet will be available beginning next week.
"Thank you!" to our guest and program speaker, Dr. Daniel Smith.
NEXT WEEK: March 3, 2020


Doctorally prepared Nationally Certified Nurse Practitioner with an in-depth knowledge base and extensive clinical background in Acute Care, Primary Care, and management of Chronic Illnesses, especially Diabetes. Hold certifications in ACLS, PALS, ATLS, FCCM, and as a CDE and a CDFS. Hold a Ph.D. focused in Nursing from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and have 12 years of academic teaching experience in undergraduate and graduate nursing programs.


The new Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience (The MAX) is a revolutionary museum experience showcasing Mississippi’s global legacy—honoring our legends and inspiring tomorrow’s artists to follow their creative dreams. There are two main objectives behind the creation of this new cultural attraction. First, The MAX provides educational opportunities for youth and families and creates a sense of pride in our great state and its people. Second, The MAX is a new cultural economy asset, attracting not only interstate tourists but also visitors from international markets. Mark Tullos, The MAX President and CEO, provides a 20-minute multimedia presentation to major civic clubs and service organizations.

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