Seven years ago, Linda Nicole Stringfellow of Greenwood, took her master’s degree into the job market, but without relevant work experience, she quickly ran into a problem – she could not find a job. She then turned to AmeriCorps, a national service program, which placed her with the Greenwood-Leflore Communities in Schools (CIS), and the two years of work with Greenwood and Leflore County school children changed her life forever.
|Thomas N. Sledge|
The College of Business at Delta State University will announce the establishment of the Thomas N. Sledge Commercial Aviation Endowed scholarship in memory of Sledge during a ceremony to be held Wednesday, Dec. 2, at 3 p.m. in the Baioni Conference Center inside Broom Hall on the campus.
The Bologna Performing Arts Center (BPAC) is hosting a second free workshop on Drumming and Dance in West Africa as part of the Juliet Kossman ArtsPass series on Saturday, Dec. 5, from 9 a.m.- noon at the BPAC.
Standing beside some of the boxes of food are from left, BSAC representatives April Mondy from Helena, Ark., member at large; Ashley King from Lakeland, Tenn., treasurer; Rebekah Harbour from Madison, secretary; and Audrie Rhoda from Southaven, president.
The Dean’s College of Business Student Advisory Council (BSAC) at Delta State University launched a four day Canned Food Drive Nov. 16-19.
Becky Foster (center, with life preserver) was honored with a cruise ship themed party to mark her upcoming December retirement. The east lobby of the second floor of the H.L. Nowell Union was filled with faculty, staff, and family and friends of Foster. Foster has worked at Delta State University for 30 years.