Senior biology major Ashley Griffin has been selected to present her summer research at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) in Indianapolis, Indiana, in November. She also received an ABRCMS student travel award for the conference. Read More
The McNair Scholars who attended the conference, left to right: front row, Stevena King, Zaria Nolan, Kashyla Brooks, Syed Mohammed Amanuddin, and Johvan Hill-Dick; second row, Abigail Hynum, Jakayla Washington, Alexis Austin, Hertayshia Thomas, Joelle Dick, and Quincy Hughes; third row, Dakota Conway, Khyla Grant, Ashley Griffin, Denicia Diew, and Nicholas Walters.
The McNair Research Scholars traveled to Albuquerque, New Mexico, Oct 3-6, 2018 to attend the 2018 University of New Mexico McNair Scholars Research Conference. Read More
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.
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.
Delta State University Foundation received a $5,000 grant from the Monsanto Fund for the Region III Mississippi Science and Engineering Fair (MSEF) as a STEM Pipeline for tomorrow’s leaders. The Region III MSEF is housed in Delta State University Continuing Education.
“Delta State Continuing Education is excited to house the Region III fair on the campus,” said Elizabeth Joel and Marilyn Read, co-directors. “Doing so allows the science fair participants to interact with professors and students working in the STEM field.”