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Feature Announcement

Letter from MUWAA President

LET US RISE TO THE OCCASION! I have wanted to reach out for the better part of the week, but struggled to find words that would resonate with everyone. While each of you are personally impacted by current events, relating to that impact will be unique for all.

Read the full letter.

Read our plan of action: MUWAA Plan to Increase Accessibilty, Inclusivity, and Equity

Read our statement from the MUWAA Diversity & Inclusion Committee

Feature News

Faculty Contributions Recognized by the MUWAA!

Three Mississippi University for Women faculty members have been recognized by the MUW Alumni Association for their outstanding work inside and outside the classroom. Recipients of the distinguished New Faculty Award and Faculty Enhancement Grants include Dr. Brett Pickens, assistant professor of nursing; Dr. Travis Hagey, assistant professor of biology; and Dr. Brandy Larmon, department chair and professor of nursing. The New Faculty Award of $1,000 rewards the hard work of a newer faculty member in supporting the academic mission of The W. The Faculty Enhancement Grant of $1,000 enhances educational and professional activities of faculty members. Read More!

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Feature Story  

MUWAA names board members, president-elect

Mississippi University for Women congratulates the latest slate of officers who were elected by the MUW Alumni Association (MUWAA) members. The five new board members and president-elect were sworn in by Kristi Mosley during the university’s annual meeting, held remotely this year. The MUWAA Board of Directors is comprised of 15 total members—five members in three “classes,” each of whom serve three-year terms. The newest class of board members, who will serve from 2020-2023, are Robbie Foxx (1973), Ph.D. of Columbus; Jermarra Jones-Price (2008) of Southaven; Kacey Keeton (1997) of Montgomery, Alabama.; LuAnne Farrar McGuirk (2003) from Potts Camp; and Lydia Coffey Pierce (2009) from Petal. Read more.

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Mission Statement

The Office of Alumni and Development works to build relationships with alumni and friends of the university and encourages participation in the life of The W. Each alumnus is important in helping promote, strengthen, and grow The W as it moves into the future. We encourage you to become involved in a variety of ways:  join the Alumni Association; attend an alumni event; become part of or help establish an alumni chapter; invest in your university with a charitable donation; volunteer; mentor; keep up with the The W through our alumni magazine, Visions. There are many ways for you to stay connected to other members of the Long Blue Line and your university. Your participation helps ensure that The W continues to provide an outstanding academic experience, as well as a welcoming environment for students, faculty, and staff. Involvement of our alumni and friends is vital to the future of The W.  We want to hear from you!

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Upcoming Events




Jackson Metro Chapter Virtual Meeting
Mon, 20 Jul 2020
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
(America/Chicago)

Lowndes County Chapter Annual Lunch
Thu, 23 Jul 2020
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

MUWAA Summer Board Virtual Meeting
Sat, 25 Jul 2020
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
(America/Chicago)

Jackson Metro Chapter Send-off Party
Sun, 02 Aug 2020
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM


Mississippi University for Women
Office of Development and Alumni

Phone: (662) 329-7148 or
(877) 462-8439 ext.7148
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