Education notes

Area residents make the Dean’s List at MUW

The following Mississippi University for Women students were recognized on the Dean’s List for the spring 2013 semester.

Chelsie Burns, a resident of Louisville, MS.

Kayla Dewberry , a resident of Louisville, MS.

Cassandra Eaves, a resident of Louisville, MS.

Foley Graham, a resident of Louisville, MS.

To qualify for the Dean’s List, the student must be enrolled full-time and have a quality point average of 3.5 to 3.99 on a 4.0 scale.

Mississippi University for Women is a public university that feels like a private college. Founded in 1884 as the first public college for women in the United States, MUW is a tradition-rich university that has educated men for 30 years. The quality of MUW’s academic program has been nationally recognized. U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 guide, “America’s Best Colleges,” placed MUW at No. 18 as one of the top public Southern regional universities. MUW also was ranked No. 15 in Washington Monthly’s 2012 rankings of top 100 master’s universities. Located in the heart of historic Columbus, MUW’s campus boast 23 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.

 

Lowrey graduates from beauty college

Ashton Lowrey of Louisville, ms., recently graduated from the cosmetology program at Vaughn’s Beauty college in Aberdeen.

Ms. Lowrey is now qualified to take her state board exam. While attending Vaughn’s, Ashton received certificates for outstanding achievement in hair design, spa facials and hair coloring. Ashton will work in the Louisville area.

 

Carmen Matzek Makes the President’s List at MUW

Carmen Matzek of Louisville, MS was named to the President’s List for the spring 2013 semester.
To qualify for the President’s List, the student must be enrolled full-time and have a perfect 4.0 quality point average.
Mississippi University for Women is a public university that feels like a private college. Founded in 1884 as the first public college for women in the United States, MUW is a tradition-rich university that has educated men for 30 years. The quality of MUW’s academic program has been nationally recognized. U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 guide, “America’s Best Colleges,” placed MUW at No. 18 as one of the top public Southern regional universities. MUW also was ranked No. 15 in Washington Monthly’s 2012 rankings of top 100 master’s universities. Located in the heart of historic Columbus, MUW’s campus boast 23 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.