Monthly Archives: October 2017

Mullins named director of Northwest’s Practical Nursing program

Dr. Stephanie Mullins, a nurse practitioner from Oxford, has been named the new director of Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Practical Nursing Program. In her new role, Mullins will be in charge of the college’s programs, which are located on the Senatobia, Oxford, DeSoto and Ashland campuses. According to Mullins, the program is currently gathering data […]

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NWEA announces College Fair winners

These students were winners of $25 Shell gift cards at the Northwest Mississippi Community College Education College Fair on Oct. 18. 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 Daniel […]

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Two Northwest students named as first Get2College interns

Northwest Mississippi Community College students, Kendall Kimberlin of Olive Branch and Jamison Payne of Batesville have been chosen as Northwest’s first Get2College Corps interns, according to Dawn Stevens, Northwest Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) sponsor. PTK is an international scholastic and leadership honor society for students at two-year colleges. As interns, they will each receive a […]

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Facility Compliance Coordinator -Senatobia Campus – Deadline for Application: To Be Determined

QUALIFICATIONS: Maintain a valid driver’s license. Good verbal and written communication skills. Minimum 3 years experience in design, construction, and/or contract administration of commercial buildings. Experienced with compliance, interpretation, and implementation of ADA and ABAAG laws and regulations, IBC, and Life Safety Codes. Preferred Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in either: Interior Design from […]

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Northwest Civil Engineering Technology program looks to future

These days it seems that drones are everywhere. While they have become inexpensive enough for recreational use, they are also used in a variety of ways, including in commerce, agriculture and surveying.  In Tommy Watson’s Civil Engineering Technology program at Northwest Mississippi Community College, learning to use drones will help keep his students up to […]

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