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.
While many students look forward to summer as a time to relax and regroup, several students from The W used their time to explore subjects they hope will lead to future careers.
A visit with a longtime friend to The W's campus changed the course of Summer Ward's life. The 18-year-old was set to attend a major college of art and design in Georgia, where she would study graphic design this fall.
It has been reported often that the 1980s were the backlash years—a time when women were told they could not have it all.
The College of Education and Human Sciences and the Department of Art and Design at The W recently announced continued accreditation of their undergraduate and graduate programs.
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