COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Town & Tower Club will host its Christmas quarterly meeting and luncheon Thursday, Dec. 12 at Mississippi University for Women.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Four K-12 educators were honored for their service Thursday at the annual Mississippi Hall of Master Teachers ceremony held on the campus of Mississippi University for Women. This year’s inductees include Holly M. Bailey and Erin Hall, both of Tupelo, Dawn Barham of Columbus and Kristy Cornelius of Amory.
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at Mississippi University for Women recently held its initiation ceremony, where two special honors were announced and 27 new members were inducted.
COLUMBUS, Miss. - The Mississippi Hall of Master Teachers ceremony at Mississippi University for Women will recognize four Mississippi K-12 educators for exemplary dedication Thursday, Dec. 5.
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Research conducted by two students in Dr. Ghanshyam Heda’s laboratory at Mississippi University for Women’s Department of Sciences and Mathematics made it to the cover page of the upcoming issue (Jan. 15, 2014) of Analytical Biochemistry.
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- With the holiday season just around the corner, many are thinking about what gifts to purchase for family, friends and co-workers. A professor in the College of Business at Mississippi University for Women offers ways to keep both your bank account and spirits high.
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Holidays are a time to gather with close friends and family around the dinner table and fellowship with one another. In order to enjoy your favorite dishes while staying healthy, there are several easy and quick tips.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – As Mississippi University for Women continues to build upon its holiday traditions, it will partner with Columbus Main Street for the 10th annual Wassail Fest Friday, Dec. 6.
JACKSON, Miss. - Businesses and industries thrive when they discover how to meet a need in new, faster, better, stronger way. In other words, innovation is a crucial key to success for any organization. Mississippi is full of creative, innovative individuals and businesses and this innovation has been recognized throughout this month. Governor Phil Bryant proclaimed November as Innovation Month in Mississippi and it has given us a time to recognize the many innovative people, companies and projects we have in the state.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Mississippi University for Women is gearing up for its December graduation, as well as spring semester ceremonies, keeping students in mind, as well as their families and friends.
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