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Latest News from The W

  • New grant looks to improve the classroom for faculty and students

    Columbus, Miss. -- Three faculty members from Mississippi University Women’s College of Arts and Science recently received grants from the University of Mississippi’s Z-Degree Initiative to help eliminate the need for students to purchase course materials.

  • Department of Music begins spring concert season

    Mississippi University for Women Department of Music opens the spring semester concert season by hosting a contemporary music concert showcasing new works of nationally known composers from the National Association of Composers/USA Mid-South Region.

  • Dunkelberg to Publish Poetry Collection

    Local poet, Kendall Dunkelberg, will publish his third collection, titled Barrier Island Suite. The poems tell the story of Mississippi artist Walter Inglis Anderson as seen through his logs and his artwork.

  • Japan the focus of events at The W

    COLUMBUS, Miss. – Mississippi University for Women’s 2016 International Series will begin its focus on Japan with Tadaharu Yamamoto, president of Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Mississippi, presenting the talk “Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Mississippi and Cross-Cultural Communication.” The event will begin at 7 p.m. on February 8 in Cochran Hall.

  • The W to celebrate Black History Month with various events

    COLUMBUS, Miss. – A host of educational and inspirational events have been scheduled to celebrate Black History Month at Mississippi University for Women.

  • Spring Letter to The W Community

    Dear W university community,

    As promised in my last Founder’s Day message I am writing to update you about the university’s plans to mark one of our most important historic milestones, the desegregation of the university in 1966. I also want to talk further about the Mississippi state flag.

  • Whitehead and Warner recognized at HEADWAE program

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Mississippi University for Women professor Dr. Kim Whitehead and student Brianna Warner were recognized at the Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) Tuesday, Feb. 2.