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Dr. Cecy Brooks, assistant professor of family science, and Dr. Dorothy Berglund, department chair and professor of family science Dr. Dorothy Berglund, chair of the Department of Psychology & Family Science, recently received a Child Advocacy Studies Training (CAST) expansion grant from the DHHS Administration of Children and Families through…

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The 11th annual Long Blue Line Auction, a fundraiser hosted by the Mississippi University for Women Alumni Association, will be held online Sept. 29-30, starting at 6 p.m. CST. “Think of our auction as more than just transactions with a digital gavel. It’s like a beautiful symphony of generosity,…

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Mississippi University for Women will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with “Cacao and Chocolate: A Powerful Legacy,” a two-day event centering on Hispanic culture and cuisine. “Events like ‘Cacao and Chocolate: A Powerful Legacy’ offer exceptional educational opportunities that go beyond traditional classrooms. For example, a team of interdisciplinary students has…

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Mississippi University for Women’s own Kris Lee was recently recognized on a national scale for his skills on the stage. Lee, a newly-tenured associate professor of literature and philosophy, was the recipient of the Best Actor/Outstanding Achievement in a Lead Role award from the American Association of Community Theatre (AACT)…

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Mississippi University for Women will once again be taking part in the festivities honoring Columbus’s own Tennessee Williams. The Tennessee Williams Tribute (TWT) hosts an annual celebration featuring events centered around the famous playwright culminating in the performance of one of Williams’s plays by local performers.The W will host the…

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