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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Northwest Continuing Education division to offer first online class

Northwest’s Continuing Education Division will be offering its first online class this fall, according to Pam Wooten, coordinator of Continuing Education. “Classroom Presentation” will be taught online by Phyllis Johnson, dean of eLearning at Northwest. In this course, students will learn what teachers need to know about motivational knowledge and how it relates to the […]

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Northwest DeSoto Center under new leadership

When former DeSoto Center Dean Richie Lawson left to assume duties as Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Vice President for Education earlier this summer, he knew he was leaving DeSoto Center in capable hands. On July 1, Assistant Dean Jeremy Isome was named dean of DeSoto Center, Career-Technical Education Director Keith Reed was promoted to associate […]

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Anderson named dean of students at Northwest

Northwest Mississippi Community College Housing and Campus Life Director Aime Anderson has been named dean of Students, according to college officials. In her new role, Anderson will be responsible for housing, student conduct, dining and food services and educational programming for students and the Northwest community regarding safety, security, relationships, cultural awareness and substance abuse. […]

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Northwest fall registration just around the corner

Registration for the fall semester at Northwest Mississippi Community College is just around the corner. Open registration and orientation for day classes for students who have not previously registered will be held on Thursday, Aug. 14 and Friday, Aug. 15 on all Northwest campuses. Open registration for evening classes will be held on Tuesday, Aug. […]

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Donation made to Tommy Brown Endowed Scholarship at Northwest

Pictured:Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears (center) receives a $9,000 donation on behalf of the Northwest Foundation from brothers Hugh, left and Tatum Brown, right, of Oxford. The check represents proceeds from the Second Annual Tommy Brown Memorial Golf Tournament in honor of their late father. The proceeds will be added to […]

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New Northwest drum majors preparing for fall marching season

Morgan Van Nortwick of Olive Branch and Kacie Crain of Hernando have been named drum majors of the Northwest Mississippi Community College Ranger Band for 2014-2015, according to Justin Robinson, band director. Van Nortwick is a freshman general college major and Fine Arts scholarship recipient. She was drum major at Olive Branch High School last […]

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40 Bull riders needed for Scott Potts Memorial Bull-O-Rama

                                                    The Scott Potts Memorial Bull-O-Rama will be held on Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Northwest Mississippi Community College Farm Arena.  The first 40 paid riders will fill the available slots.  Any rider under 21 will have to present a signed release by a parent in order to be eligible to ride.  These forms are […]

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Northwest fall registration dates set

Registration for the fall semester at Northwest Mississippi Community College is just around the corner. Open registration and orientation for day classes for students who have not previously registered will be held on Thursday, Aug. 14 and Friday, Aug. 15 on all Northwest campuses. Open registration for evening classes will be held on Tuesday, Aug. […]

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New advanced manufacturing system improves Northwest training, recruitment

Recently, Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Career, Technical and Workforce Education division acquired a FAS-200 (Flexible Assembly System) that will enhance their programs through hands-on applications of automation systems; will attract and recruit new students and will provide additional training for current career-technical and workforce students. The FAS-200 was purchased with a Mississippi Manufacturing Enhancement Grant, […]

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Arrington named Northwest division director of business

Longtime business instructor Leah Arrington has done something most other faculty has probably never done – she has taught students on all three campuses of Northwest Mississippi Community College. Arrington, who is beginning her 24th year at Northwest, was recently named division director of Business. From 1991-1996, Arrington was an accounting technology instructor at the […]

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