Donohue earns honor
Susan Donohue of Hattiesburg, general education director at the Forrest County Center, was recently honored as a Phi Theta Kappa Distinguished College Administrator at the organization’s international convention in Nashville. Donohue taught in the Hattiesburg Public School District and at then-William Carey College before coming to PRCC in 1983 as a social sciences instructor in Poplarville. She retired in 1999 but returned to work for Pearl River on a part-time basis at the Forrest County Center.
She holds the bachelor of arts degree from Millsaps College and the master of arts from George Peabody College, now Vanderbilt University. She has also done additional study at Michigan State University and the University of Southern Mississippi.
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