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DMI Unveils “WALL OF FAME”

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Left to right: Dr. Dave Breaux, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences; Dr. Charles McAdams, provost and vice president of academic affairs; Tricia Walker, director of the Delta Music Institute; and William LaForge, president of Delta State University, pose with examples of Wall of Fame inductees.

Cleveland, MS — Delta State University’s Delta Music Institute (DMI) recently unveiled a Wall of Fame in the Whitfield building on campus to honor several significant founding donors of its unique entertainment industry studies program.
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Delta State’s Online Master’s in Social Justice and Criminology Among the Most Affordable

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Delta State University’s online master’s degree in social justice and criminology is one of the most affordable online law enforcement programs in the nation, according to Grad School Hub.com.

“Students at Delta State University will find a great online master’s in law enforcement degree,” concludes Grad School Hub, a website resource for online graduate schools offering fully accredited degrees. Delta State ranked ninth from 40 schools curated.
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Delta State’s Online Master’s in Elementary Education Among the Most Affordable

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Delta State University offers one of the most affordable online master’s in elementary education degree programs in the nation, according to Grad School Hub.com.

“Students interested in a master’s in elementary education online degree will be happy with the offering from Delta State University,” declares Grad School Hub, a website resource for online graduate schools offering fully accredited degrees. Delta State ranked ninth from 90 schools curated.
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MDNHA Offers $200,000 in Grants for Cultural Heritage Projects

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Tutwiler Community Education Center received a MDNHA grant in 2018 to create a new website and online marketing strategy for the Tutwiler Quilters. Left to right: MDNHA program manager Sarah Hicks; MDNHA board members Meg Cooper and Dr. Myrtis Tabb; Tutwiler Community Education Center director Shelley Ricker; Tutwiler Quilters director Mary Mackey; and MDNHA executive director Dr. Rolando Herts.

The Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area (MDNHA) is making up to $200,000 available for grants in 2019. The deadline for proposal applications is Jan. 30, 2019.
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