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CEO’s post-retirement plans still not settled

  Richard Hickson says his Trustmark workload has left him little time to decide what he’ll do in retirement beyond involvement in his two principal civic causes – Millsaps College and St. Dominic Hospital. Two other things he knows for certain. He’ll be 67 and a full-time Mississippi resident. He said his interests are likely to take him in any ...

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Millsaps to hold economic forum

JACKSON — The economy will be the focus of the Else School of Management Fall Forum 2009, scheduled Oct. 6 at 8 a.m. in the Leggett Special Events Center on the Millsaps College campus. Ben Allen, president of Downtown Jackson Partners; Thomas J. Cunningham, vice president and associate director of research for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta; and John ...

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Millsaps brings in new faculty

Millsaps College in Jackson has added eight new faculty members. Richard Boada has joined as a teaching fellow in rhetorical studies and writing center administration. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Bellarmine University, a master’s degree from the University of Louisville and a doctorate degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. Curtis D. Coats has joined as assistant professor of ...

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Dews joins Southern Bone and Joint

Southern Bone and Joint Specialists, P.A., has announced its newest physician, Dr. Robert Dews, a fellowship-trained, sports medicine orthopaedic surgeon. Dews, a Hattiesburg native, received his bachelor’s degree from Millsaps College. He received his medical degree from the University of Mississippi Medical Center where he also completed a residency. Dews completed an AO trauma fellowship at Watauga Orthopedics and a ...

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Millsaps College named ‘Best Buy’ by Fiske

JACKSON — Millsaps College is one of only 24 private colleges nationwide and the only college in Mississippi named a “Best Buy” in the 2010 edition of Fiske’s “Top Financial Finds on the College Tuition Market.” The revised and updated list features 44 private and public institutions as “Best Buy Schools.” The institutions were chosen based on the quality of ...

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