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ROTC program. Col. Joseph L. Brown, commander of Air Force ROTC Detachment 006, said he wants to help the students develop into superior officers and let others know what outstanding candidates they are. “These candidates are just as sharp as any candidate I’ve ever seen,” said

Brown, who has been on active duty for 29 years. The five enlistees include three from Jackson State and two from Belhaven College. They all are receiving Air Force ROTC scholarships. Read more, http://www.jsums.edu/~announcements/12.8.AFROTC.pdf.

Jackson State University U.S. Air Force ROTC program members (left to right) Daniel Paul Bond, Joel Johnson, Ethan Samuel Rodgers, Brandan Ward, and Ashley Michelle Stewart are sworn into the Air Force Reserve on Thursday, Dec. 7. Bond and Rodgers are Belhaven College students.

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS Tuck, McCullough Address MSU Winter Grads

Mississippi State graduates received warm send-offs from two successful MSU alumni this past weekend.  Lt. Gov. Amy Tuck spoke at the fall semester's Friday night commencement, while former Tupelo mayor Glenn L. McCullough, Jr. addressed the university's Saturday morning program.  Tuck, a Maben native, took a moment in the early part of her address to express the state's special thanks to 16 fall graduates who have served in the military during the Iraq war.  She later urged all in caps and gowns, to "never stop seeking knowledge," adding, "remember that a good education remains constant, no matter how the world changes. It cannot be lost in the stock market, be eliminated in a corporate downsizing or be taken away in trying economic times." McCullough, now serving as a partner in a Jackson-based executive counsel and development firm, focused his remarks around the four Fs--family, faith, freedom, and future. Students in the Bagley College of Engineering and the colleges of Veterinary Medicine; Agriculture and Life Sciences, including the School of Human Sciences; Forest Resources; and Education received diplomas Friday. Degrees from the colleges of Arts and Sciences; Architecture, Art and Design; and Business and Industry, including the School of Accountancy, were awarded Saturday. Read more, http://www.msstate.edu/web/media/detail.php?id=3690.

Podcasting Brings New Dimension to MSU Classes

http://www.msstate.edu/web/media/detail.php?id=3686

Termite Control First MSU Cochran Endowment Beneficiary

http://www.msstate.edu/web/media/detail.php?id=3687

Students Honored by Retired MSU Faculty

http://www.msstate.edu/web/media/detail.php?id=3688

Workshop to Focus on Pest Management

http://msucares.com/news/releases/06/061207pest.html

MISSISSIPPI UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN NEWS Jordan to Join MUW as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost

Mississippi University for Women recently announced Dr. Sandra Jordan from Murray State University in Kentucky as its new vice president for academic affairs and provost.  Pending IHL

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