Common Core is coming to a school near you this fall, and teachers, students and parents are entering new territory.
While Thomas Richardson has just completed his fourth year of teaching, he still sees himself as the student.
Mississippi University for Women's art gallery has always had a special place in Larry Feeney's heart; the retired art professor is hoping that it will have the same effect on others thanks to an endowment established in his honor.
Diane Legan Howard's passion for the arts can now be enjoyed by many others thanks to a lecture series established in her honor.
Mississippi University for Women is now a member institution of the American Mock Trial Association, along with more than 350 other universities and colleges in the United States.
Haley Harris has a full-time job at a community college in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. She holds an undergraduate degree in business from Th e W, and she wants to earn her master's. A new online degree program launched by The W last summer offered her the chance to reach her goal.
Ty Walton never imagined a career in nursing. But, after working in the fi eld for more than a decade, she knows that it was meant to be.
The top leadership development organization for girls in Mississippi, Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi, held its annual Women of Distinction award ceremony to honor seven outstanding women, including two W alumnae.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Four deserving individuals are being recognized for contributions to their respective career fields and Mississippi University for Women by the MUW Alumni Association.
What do John F. Kennedy, Martha Stewart and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar have in common? They were all history majors. The Department of History, Political Science, and Geography has launched a new history major with concentration in public history.
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