Ashby is among three student speakers in as many ceremonies May 12 inside the Muse Center on the Rankin Campus.
1197 Results Found For: ""
“I was one of seven kids growing up, so I’ve always been around them,” she said. “I love seeing those little ‘a-ha’ moments when they figure something out and get interested in learning. I was homeschooled and helped my mom teach my siblings.
Bolton has attended Hinds on three scholarships and is president of the Alpha Iota Kappa chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society at the Jackson Campus-Nursing/Allied Health Center.
“I’ve always been a mechanic, but I’d love to learn more about these,” Barrett said. “So I thought I’d ‘go big’ and attend the program here.”
She “encourages her students to try new things, form ideas that challenge them and use collaboration to gain new perspectives.”
About 160 works of art were considered for this year’s contest, which was judged by Jacob Rowan, assistant professor of art at Belhaven University.
“Our goal is to provide students a way to connect with businesses in the same place they attend classes,” Allen said. “Currently, there are more jobs available than people to fill them and the opportunity for motivated students is at an all-time high.
Held each spring, the event gives prospective students a chance to find out about all programs of study available at the Vicksburg-Warren Campus. They also got information on admissions, financial aid, registration and more from faculty and staff during the come-and-go event, which also included free snacks and activities.
Starting in fall 2022, the C.O.R.E. (Candidates on Rapid Entry) program will provide for an MHP officer to be on campus two days a week to assist criminal justice students on physical training and to teach them MHP-related curriculum to better prepare them for patrol school upon successful completion of the one-year program.
Guests heard from faculty and staff on the merits of attending Hinds and the Jackson Campus in particular, then toured programs of study and services on campus amid free hot dogs, snacks and activities.
“With us not being a research institution, it is important for STEM majoring students to participate in events like this because it not only allows them to interact with other students at four-year institutions but also learn about the opportunities aligned with scientific research.”
“The Utica Campus celebrated its 119th Founders Day on March 24 with a student-led celebration of the life of William H. Holtzclaw.”
“Four key figures who served on the Utica Campus were recognized with special dedications at campus locations linked to their careers.”
“Completing the Apprenticeship program brings value to Matthews’s future career opportunities and brings real value to us as an employer today.”
Zachary Underwood and Markel Copprue placed first and second, respectively, at the Mississippi Music Teachers Association Collegiate Competition held March 5 at Delta State University.
“More than 2,200 students were nominated from more than 1,200 college campuses across the country. Only one New Century Workforce Scholar was selected from each state.”
“When fists and bodies start flying on stage at Brooks Theatre, there’s a certain choreography going on to make the viewing audience believe it’s all real.”
“The museum tells the history of the Utica Normal and Industrial Institute, a “little Tuskegee” founded in 1903 by William Holtzclaw as a place to educate Black citizens.”
“When students come into the room, they will be immersed in a mini lesson about the significant achievements and contributions of Black Mississippians.”
“I believe in putting students first and am privileged to be able to engage in work that directly impacts students.”