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Latest News from The W

  • Campus Rec hosts Charity Fitness Party

    COLUMBUS, Miss.-- Mississippi University for Women’s Office of Campus Recreation is inviting the community to join the party for the eighth annual Charity Fitness Party to benefit The Boys and Girls Club of the Golden Triangle.

  • The W, ICC sign agreement for new program

    COLUMBUS, Miss. – An articulation agreement signed today between Mississippi University for Women and Itawamba Community College will give students in the allied health profession upward mobility in their career.
    The formal signing, held in Tupelo, was for The W’s new bachelor of applied science in public health education program.

  • Campus and community invited to yoga event

     

    COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Pedestrian Bridge at the Columbus Riverwalk will host an evening of focus and exercise Thursday, Sept. 21 at 6 p.m.

  • Political science/history major to study abroad

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Maddy Norgard, a sophomore majoring in political science and history at Mississippi University for Women, was awarded a Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship as part of the Euro Scholar Program to study abroad.

  • Faculty members named as ‘Best of the Triangle’

    COLUMBUS, Miss. – Mississippi University for Women’s Dr. Bridget Pieschel has been announced as the Best College Professor in the reader’s choice poll, “Best of the Triangle 2017,” published annually by The Commercial Dispatch. Drs. Beverly Joyce and Brandy Larmon were voted Among the Best College Professors.

  • W recognized by U.S. News and Washington Monthly

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Once again, Mississippi University for Women has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 20 public Southern regional universities and a best value.

  • Tajali to address women’s rights in Iran

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- On Thursday, Sept. 14, the Forum Series hosted by the Gordy Honors College will feature Dr. Mona Tajali, professor of international relations and women's studies at Agnes Scott College.