Hattiesburg, Miss., June 7, 2012 - The Philippines Ambassador the the United States, Jose L. Cuisia, Jr., pinned two distinguished Philippines military medals on Kitsap Naval Base Command Chaplain and Filipino-American, Commander Manuel (Don) Biadog, Jr., a 1983 graduate of William Carey University, at a brief ceremony held at the Ambassador's Office in the Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines, Washington, D.C., on June 1, 2012. Chaplain Biadog graduated WCU cum laude with a degree in social sciences.
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Hattiesburg, Miss., May 30, 2012 - Dr. Brett Golson, senior pastor at First Baptist Church of Louisville, recently joined the William Carey University faculty and staff as coordinator of bi-vocational programs and assistant professor of religion. Following his service in the U.S. Marine Corps, he obtained his B.S. in history and political science from The University of Southern Mississippi and his B.A. in religion from Carey. Dr.
Hattiesburg, Miss., May 31, 2012 - Dr. Tommy King, president of William Carey University, recently announced that there will be no tuition increase for the 2012-2013 academic year. This is the third consecutive year that there has been no general tuition increase at the university. The announcement comes as public universities in the state prepare to raise tuition rates by up to 15 percent over the next two years.
Hattiesburg, Miss., May 30, 2012 – The William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine (WCUCOM) has established a partnership with Rush Foundation Hospital in Meridian, enabling third-year medical students to complete their rotations at the clinic.
Hattiesburg, Miss., May 30, 2012 – Three professors from William Carey University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine (WCUCOM) attended the Experimental Biology 2012 (EB 2012) meeting sponsored by six scientific societies April 21-25 at the San Diego Convention Center. Dr. John Bailey, professor of physiology and anatomy, Dr. Johnny Porter, professor of physiology, and Dr. Jessica Taylor, assistant professor of physiology, joined 12,000 scientists from a variety of disciplines to participate in the symposia and abstract presentations.
William Carey University’s School of Education hosted the seventh annual Young Authors Celebration (YAC) on March 2. This year, nearly 600 students from eight schools participated in YAC. Participants included Lillie Burney Elementary of Hattiesburg, Rowan Elementary of Hattiesburg, New Hope Christian Academy of Jackson, West Marion Elementary of Columbia, Runnelstown Elementary of Perry County, Purvis Elementary of Purvis, Tylertown Elementary of Tylertown, and Prentiss Elementary of Prentiss.
Dr. Benny Hornsby, instructor of sociology and chair of the social sciences department at the Hattiesburg campus of Pearl River Community College, was the guest speaker for William Carey University’s Christian Leadership Lecture on Wednesday, March 7, in Smith Auditorium. A question and answer session was held following the lecture in the Lucile Parker Gallery for students interested in ministry, chaplaincy, history and counseling careers.
William Carey University’s professor of mathematics and education Dr. Charlotte McShea and mathematics major Amanda Monk of Perkinston are among 68 outstanding faculty and students from 34 Mississippi public and private universities and colleges to receive special recognition from the Mississippi Legislature during the Higher Education Appreciation Day – Working for Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) program. HEADWAE was established in 1988 by the Mississippi Legislature to recognize outstanding students and faculty in Mississippi’s colleges and universities.
Twenty-six William Carey University students from the Hattiesburg campus were named Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. This is one of the most prestigious awards in the academic community, and has become one of the most highly regarded and long-standing honors programs in the nation.
The Winters School of Music at William Carey University hosted the District Five High School Choral Music Festival in Smith Auditorium on the Hattiesburg campus on February 28. Seventeen choirs from seven high schools in the region that stretches from Hattiesburg to Meridian participated. The festival was headed by Dr. Mark Malone, professor of music, and Kathy Vail, associate professor of music.
Five William Carey University faculty members were recently selected to exhibit their artwork in the Mississippi Art Faculty Juried Exhibition hosted by the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel April 10 – June 27.
Dr. Robert Bateman, Professor of Biochemistry for the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine (WCUCOM), received The Dudley F. Peeler Outstanding Contributions to the Mississippi Academy of Sciences Award (the Peeler Award) at the Mississippi Academy of Sciences (MAS) 76th annual meeting at the Hattiesburg Lake Terrace Convention Center February 23-24.