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Micah Mermilliod took this self portrait from on top the Alabama Contemporary Art Center, where he took a job as an assistant curator.

Micah Mermilliod moves from solo shows to collaborative work as an assistant curator for the Alabama Contemporary Art Center. #MyFirstJob Read More

Mi’Asia Barclay, who graduated from the University of South Alabama with degrees in kinesiology and health promotion, took a job at the Moorehouse School of Medicine, where her office on the 15th floor overlooks downtown Atlanta. “Being in a place where I can connect people with resources, where people can better themselves, it makes me feel like I’m doing something,” she said.

Mi'Asia Barclay, who earned bachelor's and master's degrees at South, begins her health administration career in Atlanta at the Morehouse School of Medicine. #MyFirstJob More

Jay Copeland started work at Vulcan Performance Rehabilitation and Recovery after graduating from the University of South Alabama.

Dislocating his elbow during a high school baseball game leads Jay Copeland to physical therapy training at South and a job in Birmingham. #MyFirstJob More

Deborah Gurt, center, interim director of the McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of South Alabama, created the Jewish Mobile Oral History Project with the help of people such as Abby Grodnick Kennedy and Rabbi Steven Silberman of Ahavas Chesed Synagogue.

The Jewish Mobile Oral History Project at South looks to make connections, share experiences and record stories before they are lost to time. More

Quin Frazier, a finance senior in the Mitchell College of Business, said cold feet inspired the idea for Cozy Toes. When he’s not in class or managing his new business, he’s trading stocks and looking for his hot next venture.

Quin Frazier, a finance student and entrepreneur from Huntsville, is building a clothing business around sweat pants with fleece socks. 'I've always been a big dreamer,' he says. More

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