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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Scott named Workforce Advanced Technology Coordinator

Stacy Scott of Senatobia has been named advanced technology coordinator for Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Workforce Development Division. In this position, Scott is responsible for industrial training in the 11 counties served by Northwest. He will be working with manufacturers overseeing the Mississippi Corridor Consortium advanced industrial and distribution training programs, the “train the trainer” […]

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Cayton named October Rotary Student of the Month

Pictured: Spencer Cayton of Purvis, Mississippi (second from left ), a sophomore studying business administration, was named the Senatobia Rotary Club’s October Student of the Month for Northwest Mississippi Community College. Cayton is a member of the Ranger baseball team. Congratulating Cayton (left to right) are Northwest Head Baseball Coach Mark Carson, Business Division Director […]

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Education College Fair winners

Pictured: These students were winners of $25 Shell gift cards at the Northwest Mississippi Community College Education College Fair on Oct. 19. Students were able to speak with representatives from several four-year colleges and universities about transfer and scholarship opportunities. The event was sponsored by the Northwest Education Association (NWEA). Pictured left to right are […]

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Jazz Ensemble to present concert Thursday, Nov. 3

The Northwest Jazz Ensemble, with special guest percussionist Jeremy Freelon, will present its Fall Concert on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium on the Senatobia campus. Freelon, a Northwest alumnus, is assistant director of bands and director of percussion studies for the Lafayette County School District in Oxford. Selections include […]

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Dottorey, Dhority endowments recognized at recent ceremony

 At a recent ceremony honoring those who have established endowed scholarships at Northwest Mississippi Community College, a plaque of appreciation was presented by Northwest President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears (far left) to the family and colleagues of Mike Dottorey, recruiter and retired counselor and Disability Support Services officer, for the establishment of the Mike Dottorey […]

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Northwest eLearning program named one of top 40 nationwide

For the second year in a row, Northwest Mississippi Community College’s online eLearning program has been named among the top 40 best online community colleges for the 2016-2017 year by affordablecollegesonline.org. Northwest was named the 16th best online community college out of 40. According to affordablecollegesonline.org, colleges must be an accredited public or private not-for-profit […]

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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 of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The Nursing Division has raised $945 on the pre-sale of […]

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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 Branch built several protective air-conditioning unit covers for Tate County Schools. Instructor for the Welding […]

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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 leadership of the college. Dr. Cleveland, who teaches biology, has worked at Northwest since 2001. […]

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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 and putting it back together with the help of Northwest students, who shared what they […]

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