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Latest News from The W

26 June 2022

  • Larmon named dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences

    COLUMBUS, Miss. – Mississippi University for Women alumna Dr. Brandy Houlk Larmon has been named dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, pending approval by the state Board of Trustees, Institutions of Higher Learning.

  • The W Athletics advances to third and final year of NCAA III membership process

    COLUMBUS, Miss. - The Mississippi University for Women has been advanced to the third, and final, step of its transition process toward full NCAA Division III membership. A Thursday morning phone call from Associate Director of NCAA Division III Eric Hartung – on behalf of the Membership Committee – to The W Director of Athletics Jennifer Claybrook, notified her that the Committee had accepted the university's W’s annual report on Year Two and moved the Owls’ Athletics program to Year Three provisional status.

  • Patrick receives MASFAA Jack Woodward Award of Excellence

    COLUMBUS, Miss.-- Nicole Patrick received the Mississippi Association Student Financial Aid Administrators’ (MASFAA) Jack Woodward Award of Excellence on June 9 at the organization’s annual conference.

  • Barnes & Noble Education and The W to launch W Books +

    COLUMBUS, Miss.-- Starting fall 2022, Mississippi University for Women students will have convenient and cost saving options when it comes to textbooks with W Books +.

  • The W has earned another No. 1 ranking.

    In the U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 College Rankings for Regional Universities South, The W is No. 1 in graduating students carrying the lightest debt load. The ranking shows students typically have $15,000 in loan debt after graduation and that 64% of freshman students receive federal loan assistance.

  • Ryder Williams named associate director for Stark Recreation

    COLUMBUS, Miss.-- Alumni Ryder Williams has returned to Mississippi University for Women to serve as associate director of wellness and aquatics.

  • Grant extends research Heda started on sabbatical

    COLUMBUS, Miss. --Mississippi University for Women’s Dr. Ghanshyam Heda recently spent two months of his sabbatical leave conducting research on cystic fibrosis in the physiology laboratory of professor David Sheppard at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom.

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