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Marymount University student Noelle Larino, a communications major, receives Hester B. Provensen and Jean C. Miller Scholarship

Noelle Larino, a rising junior at Marymount University, was awarded the Hester B. Provensen and Jean C. Miller Scholarship by the Capital Speakers Club of Washington, D.C., at its end-of-year luncheon June 6. The merit-based scholarship is awarded annually to a woman majoring in communication, speech or a similar field of study. “Noelle is very dedicated and hard-working,” said her ...

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Brenau University MBA student Elainey Jones strives to help the cyber community

Cyber security attacks and misuse of social media data have become a rapidly increasing threat among corporations, financial companies, educational institutions, individuals – and even presidential campaigns. That makes the need for experts in information security one of the fastest growing jobs in the United States, and led to the creation of an MBA concentration in cyber security management at ...

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Anthony Jackson becomes Mississippi College’s first African American student to be president of the Student Government Association

Increasing student activities and pumping up school spirit for Mississippi College sports teams are some of his priorities. Working closely with the university’s new administration in 2018-2019 will be another goal for Anthony Jackson. MC’s newly elected Student Government Association president, he’s ready to deliver on his promises. A political science major from Mound Bayou, the former Choctaws football player ...

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Loyola University graduate Matthew Holloway is selected as one of the 2017-18 Fulbright U.S. Student Award recipients

More graduates going global! Loyola University New Orleans is pleased to announce that recent graduate Mathew Holloway ’16 is the second student selected as one of the 2017-18 Fulbright U.S. Student Award recipients. Holloway will teach English in Panama while pursuing a supplementary research project of his own. The Fulbright program’s English Teaching Assistant programs place Fulbrighters in classrooms abroad ...

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Samford University’s Brandon Powell wins Student Leadership Award from the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists

Brandon Powell, a third-year Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy student, was selected to receive the highly acclaimed Student Leadership Award from the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP). Powell is one of only four students in the nation to be selected for this honor. Established in 1983, the award recognizes outstanding academic achievement and leadership of APhA-ASP ...

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Lipscomb University alumni Kari Moore serves others with her business experience

Lipscomb University College of Business alumna Kari Moore takes the lessons of the classroom and goes to work in the world, serving for the good of others through her efforts as center director of the Fort Campbell, Kentucky, United Service Organization (USO). Moore fondly remembers her time at Lipscomb while working on a Master of Business Administration degree. “I loved ...

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