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A New Master's Degree Program in Women's Leadership at the Mississippi University for Women

A New Master’s Degree Program in Women’s Leadership at the Mississippi University for Women

The Mississippi University for Women in Columbus has been coeducational since 1982 but today women make up more than 80 percent of the undergraduate student body.

Eight Women Taking on New Administrative Assignments at U.S. Universities

Eight Women Taking on New Administrative Assignments at U.S. Universities

The new university administrative appointees are Karen Gwinn Clay, Constance Bland, Susan M. Pollart, Khala Granville, Amy R. Wolfson, Romanda Noble-Watson, Sue Lister, and Bridgette Brady.

Mississippi University for Women to Offer New Public History Degree

Mississippi University for Women to Offer New Public History Degree

Generally public history is geared toward people who are interested in research and not necessarily in an academic setting. Public history graduates frequently are employed by museums, historic sites, government agencies, and national parks and battlefields.

Five Women Earn the First Doctorates in Nursing Practice at Mississippi University for Women

Five Women Earn the First Doctorates in Nursing Practice at Mississippi University for Women

The Mississippi University for women recently awarded its first doctoral degrees to five women in its doctorate of nursing practice degree program.

Three Women Appointed Provost Fellows at the Mississippi University for Women

Three Women Appointed Provost Fellows at the Mississippi University for Women

The Mississippi University for Women in Columbus has named Erinn Holloway, Beverly Joyce, and Amy Pardo as provost fellows. In these roles, the women will be involved with future planning in a wide range of areas that are deemed critical to the university.

Nine Women in New Higher Education Administrative Positions

Nine Women in New Higher Education Administrative Positions

The women in new administrative posts are Julie Summs, Kate Brown, Maggie Reitz, Elizabeth Armstrong, Ericka Krantz, Cynthia A, DeKuca, Jacqueline Gibson, Klara Papp, and Cornelia Grumman.

New Posts for Five Women at Major Universities

New Posts for Five Women at Major Universities

The women taking on new administrative roles are Shelley M. Moss at Mississippi University for Women, Katie Giacalone at Clemson University, Emily Ballew Neff at the University of Oklahoma, Amy Noah at Purdue University, and Jennifer Peluso at Florida Atlantic University.

Mississippi University for Women Launches Doctoral Program in Nursing

Mississippi University for Women Launches Doctoral Program in Nursing

The nursing doctoral program will include advanced study in diagnostic methods, radiology, pharmacology, and medically oriented anatomy and physiology.

Ten Women With New Administrative Appointments in Higher Education

Ten Women With New Administrative Appointments in Higher Education

Here is this week’s news of women who have been named to key administrative posts at colleges and universities across the nation.