Category Archives: Faculty/Staff

Northwest honored by Department of Defense for extraordinary support

Mississippi Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, a Department of Defense program, announced today Doug Freeze, assistant director of Workforce Development and Dwayne Casey, associate dean of Workforce Development and Manufacturing Programs receivedthe ESGR Patriot Award in recognition of the extraordinary support of Northwest Mississippi Community College employees who serve in the Mississippi Guard […]

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Allen recognized for faculty excellence at Northwest DeSoto Center  

Northwest Mississippi Community College psychology instructor Rebecca Allen was presented the DeSoto Center Excellence in Teaching Award at the college’s opening Faculty Convocation on Aug. 13. The DeSoto Center Excellence in Teaching Award was established to recognize one DeSoto Center faculty member each year. Both academic and career–technical faculty are eligible for the award. The […]

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Donahou wins Northwest’s Grisham Excellence in Teaching award

Charles (Bud) Donahou, a biology instructor at Northwest Mississippi Community College, was presented the Sandy Grisham Excellence in Teaching Award at the college’s opening Faculty Convocation on Aug. 13. This award is given to an academic faculty member on the Senatobia campus in honor of Sandy Grisham, a retired instructor in the Social Science Division. […]

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Rich honored with staff customer service award

 Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Michael Heindl (left) presented the 2018 Staff Customer Service Award to Melissa Rich (center), human resources/payroll assistant, at the Aug. 13 opening day Faculty Convocation. Rich was recognized for outstanding customer service above and beyond her normal duties. Congratulating Rich is Richie Lawson, vice president for Education (right). (Photo […]

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Cleveland receives 2018 faculty customer service award

Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Michael Heindl (right) presented the 2018 Faculty Customer Service Award to Dr. Carol Cleveland (center) biology instructor, Lafayette-Yalobusha Technical Center at the Aug. 13 opening day Faculty Convocation. Cleveland was recognized for outstanding customer service above and beyond her normal duties as instructor and adviser. Congratulating Cleveland is Richie […]

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New faculty introduced at Northwest Faculty Convocation

Northwest Mississippi Community College held its opening Faculty Convocation on Aug. 13 on the Senatobia campus, during which new full-time faculty members were recognized. New faculty on the Senatobia campus are Dr. Bart Allen, program director, Physical Therapy Assistant; Wayne Ferguson, division director, mathematics; Dana Finimore, art instructor; Michael Franks, Industrial Electronics Technology instructor;  Dr. […]

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Mote, Greenlee nominated to attend state college leadership academy

Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Michael Heindl (left) congratulates Liesl Mote, student activities manager (center) and Darlene Greenlee, counselor, Lafayette-Yalobusha Technical Center (right) at the July Board of Trustees meeting. The two were nominated by college administration to attend the 2018-2019 Mississippi Community College Leadership Academy (MCCLA). The MCCLA is organized around the practical […]

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Northwest to offer full time evening welding program

Northwest Mississippi Community College is offering a full time evening Welding and Cutting program beginning Aug. 20. The program runs Monday through Friday from 4 -10 p.m. and covers MIG, TIG, Fluxcore, ARC welding, blueprint reading and plasma cutting.  Financial aid is available and students who complete the program successfully will graduate with a career […]

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Northwest hosts foreign language regional workshop

Northwest Mississippi Community College hosted the Mississippi Foreign Language Association (MFLA) Regional Workshop on June 21 on its Senatobia campus. High school teachers from Independence, South Panola, Monroe County, Canton, Lewisburg, Oxford and Calhoun City attended the workshop. Presenters at the workshop included Edgar Serrano, Spanish instructor, University of Mississippi; Laura Hall, French and Spanish […]

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  Northwest first in state to have officially recognized QM course

Northwest Mississippi Community College has become the first community college in the state to have an online course officially recognized as a Quality Matters (QM) course, according to Phyllis Johnson, dean of eLearning. Northwest’s History I course, taught by Trent Booker is the course that gained the designation. In addition to the history course, Intermediate […]

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