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Latest News from The W

  • W students study away in the Southwest

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Textbooks were traded in for hiking shoes when eight Mississippi University for Women students and their faculty took their classrooms to Arizona over spring break.

  • MUW seniors present to local elementary school professionals

    COLUMBUS, Miss.—Eight elementary education seniors from Mississippi University for Women presented their inquiry learning project at Fairview Elementary School’s professional development session Wednesday, March 22.

  • Contributions of Dr. Martha Swain to be recognized

    COLUMBUS, Miss.-- Fant Memorial Library and the Department of History, Political Science, and Geography (HPG) will celebrate Women’s History Month by honoring the lifelong work of Dr. Martha Swain, a renowned southern women’s historian.

  • Posters to showcase university student research

    Students from all eight of Mississippi’s public universities will share their research and creative activities on topics ranging from healthcare to cultural heritage to environmental issues with legislators and state leaders at Posters in the Rotunda, which will be held in the Rotunda of the State Capitol on Thursday, March 23. The students will show how their research solves some of Mississippi’s most pressing problems and benefits the citizens of the state.

  • Forum Series to feature work on Helen Keller

    COLUMBUS, Miss.— On March 23, as part of The W’s Homecoming celebration, the Forum Series hosted by the Gordy Honors College will feature poet Jeanie Thompson.

  • W’s annual community health fair March 29


    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- The Department of Health and Kinesiology at Mississippi University for Women will host its annual community health fair Wednesday, March 29. This event will be held in the Pohl Gym from 8:30 a.m. to noon.

  • MUWAA Announces 2017 alumni award recipients


    COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Mississippi University for Women Alumni Association (MUWAA) has announced four deserving individuals to be recognized for contributions in their respective career fields and service to The W.