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Released November 21, 2002
Faculty member, student to be honored by the Legislature
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Mississippi University for Women's Dr. Jane Hinton, humanities professor, and Moriah Mozingo, a senior English major with a minor in French, will be honored at the 16th annual HEADWAE program on Tuesday, Feb. 18 in Jackson.
HEADWAE (Higher Education Appreciation Day - Working for Academic Excellence) is a program of the Mississippi Legislature, sponsored by the state's corporate community and coordinated by the Mississippi Association of Colleges.
Each year HEADWAE honors an outstanding faculty member and an outstanding student from each participating member institution of the Mississippi Association of Colleges.
Hinton, a professor at The W for 28 years and the 2002 MUW Faculty Member of the Year, has a collection of short stories and has presented at many conferences. She was Humanities Teacher of the Year in 2000. Hinton received a bachelor's degree in English from MUW and her master's and doctorate degrees in English from Vanderbilt University.
Mozingo of Hattiesburg currently has a 3.96 GPA. Her career goal is to earn a doctorate and teach English.
In addition to her academics, Mozingo was chosen as Miss MUW, most beautiful and recipient of the MUW Spirit Award. She has served as associate justice for the Student Government Association, class favorite and class officer. Mozingo is a member of the MUW Chorale and The Group musical ensembles.
She is the daughter of Dr. Ron Mozingo and Judy Lee.
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