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PA program has May date circled for its opening

First class of 30 will reap rewards of two years of planning, development Nobody is happier about the introduction of the physician assistant program at Mississippi College than Dr. Robert Philpot. “It was like God was looking at my to-do list and checking it over,” said the chairman of the new department. “It’s been a very exciting 18 months preparing ...

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Hughes appointed dean at MC

Bringing two decades of higher education experience, Mark Hughes is the new dean of enrollment services at Mississippi College. He’s worked as vice president for enrollment management at Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina and as associate vice president/dean of enrollment services at Anderson University in South Carolina. At MC, responsibilities for Hughes include recruitment, admissions and financial aid. Hughes received ...

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Shelby earns top scholarship

Anna Marsh Shelby is the 2009-2010 recipient of the Charles M. Scott scholarship awarded by Mississippi College and the Mississippi Counseling Association. It is the highest honor offered annually by the graduate programs of the Department of Psychology and Counseling. Shelby received a B.A. in elementary education with a minor in English studies from Millsaps College in 2006, and obtained ...

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Three honored by MC

The Mississippi College School of Law has recognized Tina Williamson and Robert G. Anderson as Lawyer of the Year. Williamson is the director of corporate compliance with Mississippi Children’s Home Services in Jackson. She was formerly the director of annual giving and alumni affairs at Mississippi College School of Law, where she also served as co-editor of the Amicus alumni ...

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Anderson book now on shelves

Nancy Anderson, a Mississippi College business professor and small-business owner, has written a new book, providing sound money management advice to folks facing their fears as the nation’s recession stretches into 2010. Retailing for $14.95 and arriving in stores just in time for Christmas, her book – “Tough Talk for Tough Times: Real Conversations for Real People About Money and ...

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Smith appointed director of MC center

Mississippi College (MC) business professor Chris Smith is the new leader of the MC Center for Economic Education and Development. A native of Clinton, Smith received a bachelor’s degree from MC in 2001 and a master’s in 2004. He teaches accounting and finance classes at MC in addition to his new duties as the center’s director. Smith will be teaching ...

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Mississippi College MBA class sets record

CLINTON — Mississippi College’s (MC’s) MBA program has set a new enrollment record. The program has grown from 160 students in 2005 to 262 students this fall, new reports show. There were 207 students enrolled two years ago. “Today’s job market is competitive and our M.B.A. program is putting our students in a position to successfully advance their careers,” said ...

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Baas joins Celia Barrett

Shelley Baas, allied A.S.I.D., has joined Celia Barrett Design, LLC, as a staff interior designer. Baas is a 2008 graduate of Mississippi College where she received a bachelor of science in interior design.  During her time at MC, she studied under Celia Barrett, A.S.I.D., I.I.D.A., and was president of the Mississippi College A.S.I.D. student chapter.  She was also recognized as ...

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