Statewide Program

Mary Carr

W student Mary Carr gained hands-on experience in public health and biomedical research through the Mississippi IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Scholars program.

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Program’s first graduates share their experiences

Beth Kander-Dauphin and Tammie Rice are the first two graduates of the low-residency master of fine arts in creative writing program at Mississippi University for Women. Founded in August of 2015, The W’s MFA program in creative writing was designed to provide coursework in fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, drama, writing workshop classes and internships. It was established for writers who have begun careers or who have family or other obligations.

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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.

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