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Patricia Miller Endowment established at Northwest        

The Patricia Miller Endowment was established by the Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Natural Sciences, under the leadership of the director, Robin Robison. Family members, friends, and colleagues also contributed to the endowment. A native of Oxford, Miller’s higher education began at The University of Mississippi where she studied for three and a half […]

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Dr. Michael Butts Endowment established at Northwest 

The Dr. Michael Butts Endowment was established by Brenda and Scotty Holmes, his Northwest colleagues, his family, and a host of friends in appreciation for his years of dedicated service to the students attending the Oxford campus of Northwest Mississippi Community College, according to Sybil Canon, associate vice president of Development and Special Projects. The […]

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Northwest instructors receive Bateman scholarship

Pictured: Dr. Marilyn Bateman, retired academic dean of Northwest Mississippi Community College, center, congratulates two faculty members who have been awarded scholarships from The Dr. Marilyn Bateman Endowment to further their studies beyond the current degrees they hold. Northwest instructors Doug Johnson, left, is pursuing a doctorate at Murray State’s Doctor of Arts in English Pedagogy program […]

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Hernando High School students job shadow in Nursing Division

Students from Hernando High School (HHS) recently visited the Northwest Mississippi Community College Nursing Simulation Lab as part of the school’s job shadowing program. This is the fourth year Hernando High School has participated with Northwest. Students are selected by their counselors to shadow in their areas of interest.  Pictured (l-r) are Melissa Evans, nursing […]

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Upcoming Reading Roundtable set for April 25

The April meeting of Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Reading Roundtable, made possible with funds from Sycamore Bank, will be held on Tuesday, April 25 at 2 p.m., in the R.C. Pugh Library on the Senatobia campus. In 1993, Greg Mortenson was inspired by a chance encounter with impoverished mountain villagers in Pakistan and promised to […]

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Rhodes named Senatobia Rotary Student of the Month

Ann Rhodes of Batesville (second from right), a freshman studying biology, was named the Senatobia Rotary Club’s March Student of the Month for Northwest Mississippi Community College. Congratulating Rhodes (l-r) are Julie Correro, division director of Education and Rotary member, Shay Carter, biology instructor and Rotary President Bailey Hunt. (Photo by LaJuan Tallo)  

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Sponsors and participants needed for April 20 “Shoot for the Heart” event

The seventh annual local “Shoot for the Heart” event to benefit the Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing will take place on Thursday, April 20 in Tunica. Northwest is looking for sponsors and participants for this year’s events. The event is sponsored by the Paper Packers Sporting Clays Club, and the Community Foundation of […]

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Northwest announces 2017 HEADWAE honorees

Northwest Mississippi Community College recently announced its 2017 HEADWAE honorees. The HEADWAE student is sophomore Joshua Douglas Bell, who attended Northwest on the Senatobia campus, and the HEADWAE faculty member is Tommy Watson, civil engineering technology instructor on the Senatobia campus.   HEADWAE stands for “Higher Education Appreciation Day-Working for Academic Excellence.” The award was […]

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Author speaks to Criminal Justice classes

Whitney Nickels, criminal justice instructor at Northwest Mississippi Community College, left, welcomed Charlie Spillers, author of “Confessions of an Undercover Agent:  Adventures, Close Calls, and the Toll of a Double Life” to the Senatobia campus Feb. 22 to speak to several criminal justice classes. The book chronicles the true story of an ex-Marine who fought […]

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Foster recognized as Educator of the Year

Robert “Bert” Foster, Health, Physical Education and Recreation instructor at Northwest Mississippi Community College (left) was named “Educator of the Year” at the 19th annual Tate County Economic Development Foundation banquet on Feb. 28. Congratulating Foster is Julie Correro, Northwest division director of Education and EDF member. (Photo by LaJuan Tallo)  

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