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Latest News from The W

  • Area middle school teachers train at summer institute

    COLUMBUS, Miss. – Approximately 20 educators are enhancing their teaching capabilities by learning how to incorporate technology into their lesson plans at a four-week summer institute being held on the campus of Mississippi University for Women.

  • Powers named dean of library services at The W

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Amanda Clay Powers, currently associate professor and research department coordinator at Mississippi State’s Mitchell Memorial Library, is being named dean of library services at Mississippi University for Women.

  • New regulations regarding state financial aid

    The following information is quoted from the email sent by the Mississippi Office of Student Financial Aid to students who have applied for state aid.

  • Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium Features novelist Brad Watson

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Novelist Brad Watson returns as the keynote speaker at the 28th annual Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium, Oct. 20-22, reading from his new novel, “Miss Jane.”

  • New students invited to attend orientation at The W

    COLUMBUS, Miss.-- Throughout the summer Mississippi University for Women is offering orientation sessions as a chance for new students and their family to begin their experience at The W.

  • W invited to participate in Run With Your Colors 5K

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- It is that time again! Mississippi University for Women has been invited to participate in the Governor Bryant’s Run With Your Colors 5K Thursday, June 30 at 5:30 p.m. 

  • Scottish scholarship gives The W a literary niche

    COLUMBUS, Miss. -- In the reading rooms of the National Library of Scotland, located in the heart of Old Town Edinburgh, Dr. Thomas Richardson is poring over spidery handwritten letters and manuscripts dating from the 1800s. It’s part of his continuing research into lesser known Scottish literary figures that scholarship has until recently neglected.