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Latest News from The W

  • The W’s MFA student to intern with Mississippi Film Studios

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Beth Kander-Dauphin, a student in Mississippi University for Women’s new low-residency master of fine arts program in creative writing, has been selected for an internship as screenwriter with Mississippi Film Studios in Canton.

  • Campus groups team up to promote American Heart Month

    COLUMBUS, Miss. – In observance of American Heart Month, various organizations on the campus of Mississippi University for Women are partnering to promote a heart healthy lifestyle.

  • The W welcomes Mississippi Philological Association

    COLUMBUS, Miss. – Mississippi University for Women’s Department of Languages, Literature, and Philosophy welcomes more than 60 faculty, graduate students and undergraduates to campus as it hosts the Mississippi Philological Association annual conference Feb. 12-13.

  • W’s Velek nominated for IHL diversity award

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- This year’s recipient of Mississippi University for Women’s Diversity Educator of the Year award was described as “a champion of diversity” on campus and in the community.

  • High school students to participate in Mississippi Regional Science Bowl at The W

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- The Mississippi University for Women Department of Sciences and Mathematics will host this year’s annual Mississippi Regional Science Bowl Friday, Feb. 12. About 150 high school students, representing 22 teams are expected to participate.

  • Talk on animal care to kick off spring forum Series

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Mississippi University for Women’s spring Gordy Honors College Forum Series will focus on ethical decision-making and feature four visiting speakers, beginning with anthropologist Dr. Kate McClellan Thursday, Feb. 11.

  • 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.