Everyone seems to be taking notes in class, but what are they writing down? Come learn about effective note-taking practices, study skills, and technology that can help.
This event is part of the History, Political Science and Geography department's Brown Bag series. It is open to all MUW students, regardless of major. The workshop will be held in the Painter Hall student lounge (first floor) from 12-1. Feel free to drop in and out as your schedule requires. Bring your lunch, we'll provide snacks and drinks!
Interested in an internship? Come learn about the internships available locally and nationally and meet actual archivists!
If you're considering graduate school, join us as we discuss important issues related to the decision, including finance, assistantships, and selecting programs.
Ever considered going to law school but not sure what it would entail? Professor Holloway will lay out the details of what is involved and what you should consider.
Join us to celebrate Constitution Day by attending this year's presentation, "What the Constitution Means to Me: MUW Political Science Students Speak," on Thursday, September 17 at 5:00 pm in 113 Painter Hall. Click here for more information.
Join the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor for classic movies with a medieval and renaissance theme!
Check the video boards for our upcoming selection.
Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor
The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor at Mississippi University for Women is hosting its first “Medieval and Renaissance Studies Research Symposium” on April 15, 2016. This symposium will showcase the research/creative work of The W students on any topic relating to the Middle Ages or Renaissance.
Professor Alex Stelioes-Wills unveils a campus mural in honor of the anniversary of desegregation created during a class in the summer.
Art and Design will host a reception for the public before unveiling projects related to the Those Who Dared commemoration. As part of the program, Dr. Beverly Joyce will open an exhibit on desegregation at The W created by students during the spring in Gallery B of the Art and Design building.
MUW will celebrate Constitution Day by gathering at the Stringer Auditorium in the Art and Design Building at 3:00 in the afternoon. Dr. Jon Hooks will explain the significance of Constitution Day and Dr. Beverly Joyce will provide a brief introduction to "In Their Footsteps," the walking exhibit that tells the story of the integration of The W. Participants will then view the exhibit.