Category: Communications

Jaggers visits Northwest Division of Nursing

Pictured: Memphis Meteorologist Jim Jaggers of WREG, News Channel 3 visited the Northwest Mississippi Community College Nursing Division recently. The division is in the process of publishing a cookbook to support “Go Jim Go,” Jaggers’ annual bike ride in support

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Welding students make air-conditioning covers for Tate County Schools

Pictured: Recently, Northwest Mississippi Community College Welding and Cutting students (left to right) Nicholas Smith of Southaven, Larry Wims of Lake Cormorant, Austin Howard of Oxford, Dakota Kite of Saraland, Alabama, Ladarius Fields of Ashland and Jeremy Wilson of Olive

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Two Oxford Center instructors represent Northwest at Lamplighters Conference

Two Northwest Mississippi Community College instructors, Dr. Carol Cleveland and Renee O’Neill were selected to attend the annual Lamplighters Conference on Oct. 6-7 at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson. Cleveland and O’Neill were chosen for this honor by the academic

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Base Camp Coding Academy students visit Northwest

Recently, students from the Base Camp Coding Academy (BCCA) in Water Valley were on the campus of Northwest Mississippi Community College to visit the Information Systems Technology program. The BCCA students learned about computer hardware by taking a computer apart

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Northwest Nursing Division to offer free Informational Sessions

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing will offer free Informational Sessions for anyone interested in applying to the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program, according to Dr. Denise Bynum, division director. The upcoming sessions will be offered on Sunday,

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Northwest to present “The Boys Next Door” Oct. 26, 28, 29 and 30

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Theatre Department will present “The Boys Next Door” by Tom Griffith. Left to right, Arnold (Keegan Riley), Sheila (Prichan Murrell) and Norman (Bailey Coleman) hide behind the sofa to surprise Jack for his going away

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Singers to present fall concert Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.

The Northwest Singers, and Chamber Choir will be in concert Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium on the Senatobia campus. Selections from the concert will include “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” “Climb E’vry Mountain,” “For the

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Hickey, Teasler and Fancher Endowment donors and recipients recognized at recent ceremony

Right, Members of the William O. Hickey family were on hand at the annual Scholarship Recognition Ceremony, held on the Senatobia campus of Northwest Mississippi Community College to celebrate the recipients of The William O. Hickey Endowment, established in his

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Oxford Center, Graeber Foundation recipients recognized at recent ceremony

Right, Students from Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Lafayette-Yalobusha Technical Center in Oxford recently attended the annual Scholarship Recognition Ceremony held on the Senatobia campus to be recognized and greeted by those who have helped to fund their scholarships.  Keith River

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DeSoto County scholarships, recipients recognized at recent ceremony

Right, The Ethan Eric Bayless Endowment and The Alice Hammersmith Endowment were established by DETER, a DeSoto County-based volunteer organization whose mission is to educate the public about the consequences of driving under the influence, under the leadership of past

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