See below the Final News Letter from the Advisory Board
Congratulations to our PPL students, Levi Bevis, Edward Miller, and Mallie Imbler, who were inducted into the 2019 Hall of Fame!
The 2019 University of Mississippi Hall of Fame. Pictured are (front row, from left) Blair Wortsmith, of Little Rock, Arkansas; Makala McNeil, of Grenada; Mallie Imbler, of Tupelo; Jaz Brisack, of Oxford; Skylyn Irby, of Batesville; Randon Hill, of Oxford; (top row from left) UM Provost Noel Wilkin; UM Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Brandi Hephner LaBanc; Jarvis Benson, of Grenada; Levi Bevis, of Florence, Alabama; Elam Miller, of Murfreesboro, Tennessee; Jacob Ferguson, of Randolph; UM Interim Chancellor Larry Sparks and UM Assistant Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Melinda Sutton Noss. Photo by Thomas Graning/Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services.
Congratulations to Barron Mayfield for being elected ASB President for the 2019-2020 school year!
Lott Leadership Institute
Public Policy Leadership
2019 Summer Study at Hebrew University of Jerusalem
See below the February Newsletter from the Lott Advisory Board
See below the November Newsletter from the Lott Advisory Board
Student & Alumni Weekend 2018
We had a wonderful first Student & Alumni Weekend! Thank you to all students, alumni, faculty, and staff who attended. Special thanks to Senator and Mrs. Lott for making the trip to Oxford to meet and engage with students and alumni. We are already looking forward to next year’s events!
See below the October Newsletter from the Lott Advisory Board
See below the September Newsletter from the Lott Advisory Board
2018-19 Lott Leadership Institute Student Advisory Board
2018-19 Lott Leadership Institute Ambassadors
Public Policy Leadership Class of 2022
2018 PPL/LOTT Summer Program in China
Congratulations to 3 PPL Students for being inducted into the Ole Miss Hall of Fame: Allen Coon, Austin Spindler, and Savannah Smith!
Senior public policy leadership major Christina Lawler is Ole Miss’ 2017 Homecoming Queen! She’s pictured with Hal Moore, president of the Ole Miss Alumni Association.
2018 Summer Study in China
The Lott Leadership Institute (LLI) and the Department of Public Policy Leadership (PPL) are pleased to announce 2018 Summer Study in China Program. Eligibility for LLI scholarships is limited to students majoring in PPL and enrollment preference is given to PPL majors. Application is open to all PPL students. Ten students will be selected for this program, and students selected and awarded LLI scholarship will be responsible, if they withdraw, for whatever cost incurred by the time of their withdrawal.
North China University of Technology, Beijing, China
Dates: June 5 – July 4, 2018 (tentative)
Students earn six credit hours (PPL 496) during the course of this program.
The Lott Leadership Institute will provide scholarship up to $3,500 for each participant selected. (A request will be made for PPL students to meet with U.S. Ambassador to China in Beijing.)
|Estimated Budget Per Student|
(It includes tuition, orientation, international health insurance, housing, meals, and program sponsored excursions/travel and site visits. Students are responsible for passport fees if they do not have a passport, visa fees when a visa is required, to and from Airport transportation in the U.S., and personal spending money )
Note: All cost estimates are subject to change and revision.
Congratulations to PPL Student Savannah Smith for being named 2017 Miss Ole Miss!
Congratulations to PPL Student Christina Lawler for being named 2017 Homecoming Queen!
PPL Class of 2021 Orientation
SAVE THE DATE
SENATOR LOTT WILL BE AT THE LOTT INSTITUTE FOR HIS ANNUAL VISIT AND RECEPTION WITH PPL STUDENTS
Friday, October 20, 2017
11:30 – 1:30
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED
Bryant Hall Atrium
MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW
Public Policy Leadership students attend meet and greet with Senator Lott, October 23, 2015
The students of the Public Policy Leadership Class of 2019 at the Freshmen Retreat, August 23rd, 2015.
Public Policy Leadership students participating in a mock Senate simulation, focusing on immigration reform, receive instructions from Caroline Angel Burke of the Kennedy Institute. The Senate simulation was one of several activities students engaged in at the 2015 Public Policy Leadership Freshmen Retreat.