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Northwest Nursing Division volunteers for annual “Shoot for the Heart” event

Seventy Northwest Mississippi Community College nursing students and faculty volunteered for the annual sporting clays “Shoot for the Heart” as a way to show their gratitude for the scholarships and equipment they’ve received over the past five years, thanks to

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Nursing students inducted into honor society

Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Division of Nursing celebrated the induction of nursing students into the new National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (N-OADN) Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society on April 27 at the David M. Haraway Center on the

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Scholarship honoring Dr. Ellen Williams established at Northwest

The Division of Nursing has established a scholarship honoring Dr. Ellen Williams at Northwest Mississippi Community College. Williams served as dean of the Division of Nursing from 2008 to 2014. She taught at Northwest from 1990 until 2014. Her vast

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Sophomore Nursing students recognized for service during Shoot for the Heart

 Northwest Mississippi Community College sophomore Nursing students Brittany Burchfield Camp of Oxford, Chelsea Moyer of Olive Branch and Hunter Luna of Coldwater each received a $500 scholarship from Tom Pittman, CEO/president of the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi, for volunteer efforts during

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Northwest nursing students shine at state convention

Twenty-seven nursing students and five nursing faculty from Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Student Nurses Association (SNA) brought home several awards and recognitions from the annual Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing Student Association (MOSA) conference held at the Vicksburg Convention

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Northwest Nursing Division helps kick off Autism Awareness Month

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing recently helped kick off Autism Awareness Month. The division held a “blue out” day, provided blue ribbons for Northwest divisions wishing to participate and helped with the Hernando High Interact Club’s kick off

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Hernando High School students pariticpate in job shadow program in Nursing Division

Students from Hernando High School recently visited the Northwest Mississippi Community College Nursing Simulation Lab as part of the school’s job shadowing program. This is the second year the Northwest Nursing Division has participated in the program.      

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Northwest hosts representatives from state board of nursing

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing welcomed two speakers from the Mississippi Board of Nursing on Jan. 21. Kathy Elliott, director of Licensure and Practice and Talisha Greenlaw, licensing officer spoke to nursing students from the associate degree

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Two nursing students qualify for UMMC Early Entry program

These Northwest Mississippi Community College Nursing students recently qualified for The University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) RN-MSN- Early Entry program. In order to qualify, students must have a minimum overall 3.0 GPA, a 21 on the ACT and must

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Nursing students hold Teddy Bear Clinic for local pre-school

 Nursing students from Northwest Mississippi Community College recently held a Teddy BearClinic forSenatobia First Baptist Church Pre-School students, ages 2-4. They presented information about a variety of safety and health concerns at seven different stations. Here, left to right ,

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