College of Education and Human Sciences

Delta State’s “Art of Fashion” Takes the Runway on Oct. 16

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Fashion Promotion Class in the College of Education and Human Sciences Division of Family and Consumer Sciences

“The Art of Fashion” show will take place at the Bologna Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m., showcasing designs by Delta State University fashion merchandising students as well as clothing from area merchants for the whole family. Admission is free for all Delta State Okra Card holders and for children ages 10 and younger and $15 for others. All proceeds will benefit Delta State’s fashion merchandising program.
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Dr. John Pendergrass to Give Fifth Annual Kent Wyatt Distinguished Lecture

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Cleveland, MS — Delta State University alumnus Dr. John Pendergrass, a U.S. Air Force flight surgeon during the Vietnam War and a noted Ironman competitor in the decades since, will give the fifth annual Kent Wyatt Distinguished Lecture at Delta State University on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 3:30 PM in the Jacob Conference Center, James E. Ewing Building. The event, sponsored by the College of Education and Human Sciences, is free and open to the public.
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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

“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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DSU’s September Health Champion!

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CONGRATULATIONS TO Kristy Burns – DSU’s September Health Champion!
Name: Kristy Burns
Profession/student major: District executive, Chickasaw Council – Boy Scouts of America
Accomplishments: I have lost 70+ pounds through healthy eating and choosing to be physically active during my leisure time.
Activities: Member of Unrated Fitness and Anytime Fitness. Participate in several local 5Ks, and enjoy camping and hiking.
Goals: My mission is to inspire those around me to believe in themselves and never to give up on their goals.
Advice: Your only competition is the person you were yesterday
Philosophy: Each day is a new opportunity to improve yourself. Take it and make the most of it.