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Two DeSoto Center instructors represent Northwest at Lamplighters Conference

Two Northwest Mississippi Community College instructors, Tamara Pittman and Robert Shaheen from the DeSoto Center, were selected to attend the annual Lamplighters Conference held Sept. 23-25 at Coahoma Community College. Pittman and Shaheen were chosen for this honor by the

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Northwest CTWE instructors receive special training

Career, Technical and Workforce Education instructors at Northwest Mississippi Community College recently received instruction during the “Train the Trainer” preparation course held at the Agricultural Technology Building on the Senatobia campus. The instructors were trained in OSHA Compliance for Powered Industrial Lift

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Briscoe wins Northwest’s Grisham Excellence in Teaching award

Northwest Mississippi Community College Nursing Simulation Specialist Pam Briscoe was presented the Sandy Grisham Excellence in Teaching Award at the college’s opening faculty meeting on Aug. 11. This award is given to an academic faculty member on the Senatobia campus

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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

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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

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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

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Robinson named assistant director of bands at Northwest

Justin Robinson has been named assistant director of bands, according to John Mixon, division director of Fine Arts at Northwest Mississippi Community College. Robinson will fill the position vacated by Mixon, who was named division director earlier this summer. Robinson

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Bynum named director of Northwest Nursing Division

When Dr. Denise Bynum moved into Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Benton Apartments as a nursing student 35 years ago, she could never have dreamed she would become director of the Nursing Division one day. Today, she works in the building

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Mixon named Northwest division director of Fine Arts

John Mixon of Oxford has been named as Division Director of Fine Arts at Northwest Mississippi Community College. He succeeds Dr. Kenneth Sipley, who retired at the end of the school year. Mixon was previously assistant director of bands and

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Northwest employees and retirees honored by Foundation

  Right: Northwest Mississippi Community College faculty and staff were honored for five years of service by the Northwest Foundation recently during the Faculty and Staff Awards Ceremony at the David M. Haraway Center on the Senatobia campus. Pictured are

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