MUW senior vice president named acting president

Miller

The Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning named Nora Miller as acting president of Mississippi University for Women at its meeting held today in Jackson. Miller currently serves as senior vice president for administration and chief financial officer at the university and will begin serving as acting president on July 1.

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Perseverance: Our 'why' is greater

Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018, brought to Mississippi University for Women its first softball game in 15 years. On a renovated field and in front of almost 100 fans, the Owls softball team made its 2018 debut. With a new team and new coaching staff, everyone was nervous about their first outing, but Coach Tat Matthews had one message for her team. “Play for your why.”

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MUW Foundation Giving Societies - FY 17

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 The W is known. Th ank you for changing lives by transforming students’ dreams into realities with your generosity.

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Scholarship fund established for inspiring, courageous alumna

Jane Keating Rodriguez

Dedicated mentor, faithful friend, loving wife, daughter, godmother, loyal Mississippi University for Women alumna – these are just some of the attributes that characterized Jane Keating Rodriguez (MUW: 1981-1984), a remarkable woman who faced a 10-year battle with metastatic breast cancer with courage, poise, Southern charm and humor. With seed funds left to The W by her estate, Jane’s family and friends have increased that sum fourfold to launch the Jane Keating Rodriguez Scholarship in her honor and, as noted below, hope to raise more!

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MUWAA announces new board and president-elect

The MUWAA Board of Directors is comprised of 15 total members — five members in three “classes,” each of whom serve three-year terms. The newest class of board members, who will serve from 2017-2020, are Symone Bounds ’12 of Jackson; Amy Harris ’98 of Nashville, Tenn.; Sarah Morgan Howell ’74 of Amory; Audra Odom ’92 of Pontotoc; and Clemmie Phillips ’11 of Columbus. President-elect Katy Canion Pacelli of Brandon will serve for the 2017-2018 term. This is a two-year term, serving alongside current president, Courtney Ballard Murtaugh, this year, and serving as president the next.

Heart & Home

Jones and O'Bryant

At the heart of an athlete is the desire to be first. The desire to be the best at their position. The desire for their team to succeed. The desire to win. An opportunity to set the standard, to make history or to become the first to be first brings a whole new level of excitement and desire. “Anything is possible. It’s crazy,” said Anna Kate O’Bryant.

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Pohl Gym Upgrades

Owls Court

Pohl Gymnasium is currently in the process of receiving upgrades to prepare for the return of athletics. New 10’x6’ Nevco scoreboards were installed May 18-19 complete with LED lights and shot clocks.

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