Sade Meeks is committed to her role as a student leader and to the responsibilities she holds. That's why when she joined fellow student association presidents for a regular meeting in Jackson, she was one of the first to see the potential in an idea presented to all student leaders by the Institutions of Higher Learning staff.
Connector. Director. Supporter. The W's new Student Success Navigators wear many hats. Navigators represent a direct link between the Student Success Center and each college as the university removes barriers to student retention. Ultimately, their goal is to guide students to the many resources available to them. Meet The W's navigators who are ready to help students move from registration to graduation.
Alumni who have not been delighted by the voices of the MUW Chamber Singers will have an opportunity to hear them this spring at Homecoming.
The MUW Alumni Association held a chapter development workshop in January offering informative sessions on establishing and growing alumni chapters. Jenny Katool, '78, current MUW Alumni Association Board president, and Katy Canion Pacelli, '00, MUW Alumni Association Board secretary, coordinated the day's activities with the Office of Development and Alumni.
Gifts to the MUW Foundation provide exceptional opportunities for learning and growth at The W. Your gifts are vital resources that help us continue the tradition of excellence for which Th e W is known. Thank you for changing lives by transforming students' dreams into realities with your generosity.
Instead of thinking about the days to follow after graduation Saturday, Aug. 2, Savannah Tubbs was thinking about the one way she could improve the lives of other students before she left campus.
Since 2010, Mississippi University for Women has been recognized on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll on three occasions. Community service at The W provides an opportunity for students to develop into leaders, not just leaders in our community, but leaders across the region and the United States.
Ask Mississippi artist Wyatt Waters how he paints, and his likely answer will be "the hard way." He doesn't paint from photographs. He doesn't believe in using rulers for architectural subjects. He paints using a wooden easel of his own design and construction. And he paints in the moment.
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.
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