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  1. 125 Years at Mississippi State University: A Pictorial History of the People’s University by Inc. Mississippi State University Foundation, 2003-11-04
  2. View of the valley of the Mississippi, or, The emigrant's and traveller's guide to the West. Containing a general description of that entire country: And ... education, &c. of each state and territory by Robert Baird, 1834-01-01
  3. Workforce training number one issue in manufacturing. (Focus Education & Professional Development).(workforce training programs): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Becky Gillette, 2003-04-28
  4. Reality-based training helps construction managers prepare.: An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Becky Gillette, 2005-03-07
  5. Sitting in Darkness: New South Fiction, Education, and the Rise of Jim Crow Colonialism, 1865-1920 by Peter Schmidt, 2008-02-01
  6. Healing Katrina: Volunteering in Post-Hurricane Mississippi by Timothy H. Warneka, 2007-01-01
  7. An address on Southern education delivered July 18, 1859, before the faculty, trustees, students, and patrons of Madison college, Sharon, Mississippi by Albert Gallatin Brown, 2010-06-25
  8. Mississippi Middle School Anthology: Horn Lake, Mississippi by Sharon Hall, 2002-05-09
  9. Issues and trends in adult basic education: Focus on reading
  10. School of construction at Southern Miss adds online classes and a location in Gulfport to meet increasing industry needs.: An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Lynn Lofton, 2006-12-18
  11. An American Insurrection: The Battle of Oxford, Mississippi, 1962 by William Doyle, 2002-02-05
  12. Forty years of the public schools in Mississippi, with special reference to the education of the Neg by Noble Stuart Grayson, 2009-08-20
  13. Forty years of the public schools in Mississippi, with special reference to the education of the Negro by Stuart Grayson Noble, 2010-07-30
  14. Black Magnolias: A Brief History of the Afro-Mississippian 1865-1980 by Robert Fulton Holtzclaw, 1984-03

81. MVSU - General Information
transition, the Institution became more general purpose in to provide special highereducation opportunities Institution was changed to mississippi Valley State
Mission Statement
Accreditation / Memberships
Brief History: Mississippi Valley State University was created by the Mississippi Legislature as Mississippi Vocational College in 1946. The expressed purpose of the Institution was to train teachers for rural and elementary schools and to provide vocational training. The first academic session started in 1950. Under its original name and purpose, the Institution provided higher education opportunities for many first generation college students.
In order to reflect the broadening scope and offerings of the Institution, its name was changed to Mississippi Valley State College in 1964. Under this transition, the Institution became more general purpose in nature while retaining its commitment to provide special higher education opportunities. The name of the Institution was changed to Mississippi Valley State University in 1974. Descriptive Information: Mississippi Valley State University is a regional institution responding to the needs of the Delta region of the state of Mississippi for accessible, relevant, and quality undergraduate programs as well as some graduate and public service programs. As a public institution, Mississippi Valley State University receives funds from the Mississippi Legislature and from other sources, including student fees, federal sources, and private gifts and grants. The academic programs of the University offer opportunities for concentrated study in the arts, humanities, sciences, technology and professional fields of business, education, special services, and pre professional health services. Enrichment programs and support services enhance the university experience, help students achieve their personal and professional goals, and promote life-long learning.

82. MVSU - General Information
education, Criminal Justice, Special education and the the fifth president of MississippiValley State of the University come from general appropriations of
The history of Mississippi Valley State University parallels the changing demands of society and the expanding needs of the students the University serves. Although legislation authorizing the establishment of the institution was enacted in 1946, the University was not formally opened until 1950. The 1946 statute provided for the establishment of Mississippi Vocational College. The groundbreaking ceremony was held February 19, 1950, with the late Honorable Governor Fielding Wright, the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning, the first President of the Institution, Dr. J. H. White, and interested friends participating. In the summer of 1950, the college opened with an enrollment of 305 in-service teachers. The first full academic year, 1950-51, began with 14 regular students and seven faculty members. The college offered the Bachelor of Science degree in 14 areas and provided Extension Services. In 1964, the name of the Institution was changed to Mississippi Valley State College. The College was then authorized to offer the Liberal Arts degree, as well as the Science and the Education degree. Emphasis was placed upon training in pre professional areas, as well as upon technical and specialized areas. The second President, Dr. E. A. Boykins, took office in July 1971.

83. Mississippi State University: College Of Engineering
in nine major fields, the last century has seen mississippi State's College whosepurposes are to provide both undergraduate and graduate education, to conduct
Prospective Students
General Overview of the College What is Engineering? Our Curriculum Prepares You Top-Notch Programs The Co-op Experience ... Apply Online The first freshman class enrolled in engineering at Mississippi State in 1892. Since that time, more than 15,000 engineers - men and women - have become respected leaders in many diverse fields across the state, the nation, and the world. From 13 students more than 100 years ago to an enrollment of over 2,000 in nine major fields, the last century has seen Mississippi State's College of Engineering grow in size and, more importantly, national prominence.
The College of Engineering is a professional college whose purposes are to provide both undergraduate and graduate education, to conduct basic and applied research and to engage in extension and public service activities. The College consists of many operating departments and centers, including the following departments or programs of study:
  • Department of Aerospace Engineering
  • Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Department of Civil Engineering

84. State Agency Listings - Table Of Contents
Comsumer Publications List of Consumer Publications; general Consumer Information. VocationalEducation, mississippi State Council on; Whitfield mississippi State
State Departments Directory and Regulations Click on the State Department name to obtain a directory. Regulations available are listed under the state name.

85. UMC School Of Health Related Professions
Center in Jackson, mississippi. Since its beginning in 1971, the School of HealthRelated Professions (SHRP) has provided health related education to more than

Health Careers in Mississippi
Employment Opportunities Welcome from the Dean Welcome to UMC's School of Health Related Professions Web site. The School of Health Related Professions is located at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Since its beginning in 1971, the School of Health Related Professions (SHRP) has provided health related education to more than 2,400 students. SHRP offers baccalaureate programs in clinical laboratory sciences, cytotechnology, dental hygiene, and health information management as well as a paramedic certificate level program. Now, SHRP also offers master's degree programs in Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy. SHRP is committed to providing the best possible health related professions education at a reasonable cost. Teaching excellence and concern for the individual student is at the heart of our existence. We are here to serve the students in their pursuit of a career in the health related professions. SHRP has a new state-of-the-art classroom and laboratory building. This building is one of the finest facilities in the country for health related professions education.

86. Education @ Mississippi Museum Of Art
The mississippi Museum of Art is your yearround education Destination!What can I learn in a museum? The mississippi Museum of
Mississippi Museum of Art - Jackson, Mississippi The Mississippi Museum of Art is your year-round Education Destination! What can I learn in a museum? The Mississippi Museum of Art provides a dynamic, energetic environment where learning can take place much differently than in the classroom. The arts are an incredible medium that can be used to access many different subject areas. As the largest fine arts museum in the state, we have a broad range of exhibitions throughout the year of both historical and contemporary showings by artists of regional, national and international significance. Find fresh educational opportunities with each new exhibition. Passages: Photographs in Africa by
Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher
July 13 - October 6
Teacher Resource Information Passages General Introduction
Passages Section Introductions
Passages Object Checklist
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easily printed.

87. Mississippi Economic Council - The State Chamber Of Commerce
Since 1949, MEC has served as the "voice of business" before the mississippi Legislature Category Regional North America Organizations...... mississippi becomes the first state to have an was coordinated by the Public EducationForum, with GOVERNOR SIGNS general TORT REFORM LEGISLATION Governor
Click the logo above for the Internet-based HR Comply Survival Guide , a variety of essential small business employment services including policies, forms, books and posters.
Reliable salary information now available online, one job title at a time
Click the Compdata button above for access to the largest database in the country on current salary information.
Enter city
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Check your stocks and finances with

More than 2,400 send message of thanks to Mississippi troops who are serving in and supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The responses were sorted by county and presented to Mississippi Adjutant General James H. Lipscomb III to forward. Efforts will be made to reach as many as possible, and it may take time. But they will know our thoughts and prayers are with them. The MEC Mississippi Express is ready to roll to a community near you A series of statewide meetings hosted by MEC and its leaders this spring and summer is designed to explore fresh ideas and innovative ways of getting things done smarter better , and cheaper producing a business agenda during this election year.

88. Job-Hunt.Org: Mississippi Jobs, Jobs In Mississippi, Mississippi Careers And Job
Resources. Jobs in mississippi Business mississippiCareers; mississippiJobBank; Sun Herald Classifieds Jobs in mississippi education.
...your objective source of the Web's Best Job Search Resources Getting Started Online Job Search

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Job Sites by Location States in the U.S.
Specialized Job Sites Academia and Education Computers and Technology ... Hot Sites of the Week Other Job Listings Classified Ads Companies General Newsgroup Searches ... Recruiting Agencies Other Job Resources Career Bookstore revised and expanded! Societies Commercial Services Job Fairs Other Link Lists ... Resource Centers Employer Resources HR Sites Recruiting On the Internet About JOB-HUNT.ORG What's New?

89. The Mississippi Library Commission - Site Map
About BPHLS; Advisory Committee; Advisory Committee Members; Eligibility; GeneralInformation; Continuing education, Directory of mississippi Libraries, Grants.

90. Army Of Trans-Mississippi
Army of Transmississippi. Get Your Historic Preservation Credit Card Today! SendElectronic Greeting Cards Post an Event to the SCV general Events Calendars!

91. MACS - Mississippi Affordable College Savings Program
In general, you may contribute to your Account to pay for qualified higher educationexpenses at other postsecondary institutions in mississippi or anywhere
Overview Investment Options FAQs Enroll Today [Quick Index] Account Services Program Details Enrollment Materials + - Enroll Online - Download PDF Application - Mail Application to me Investment Options FAQs + - General Questions - Financial Questions - Administrative Questions MACS News Bulletin Contact Info Disclosure/Privacy Statement FAQs General Administrative Financial Q. Who can open an Account?
Any person (resident or non-resident) certain entities and UGMA/UTMA custodians who are interested in investing for a college education can open an Account and contribute to MACS on behalf of any beneficiary. You can even open an Account for yourself. Q. How much can I contribute to the Program?
An Account may be opened with a $25 check, electronic funds transfer, or Automatic Contribution Plan. You can also contribute just $15 per Account per pay period using payroll deduction through participating employers. Each Account may have only one Account Owner and one beneficiary. You may, however, open separate Accounts for as many different individual beneficiaries as you wish. Q. What is the maximum that I can contribute to an Account?

92. Hattiesburg Online - Official Website
Official site. Includes demographics, a message from the Mayor, city departments, current events, Category Regional North America H Hattiesburg Government...... and Mobile, the Gulf Coast and Jackson, mississippi. region for economic development,education, the arts
Online City Forms AARP American Heart Association American Red Cross (ADP) Chamber of Commerce/Economic Dev. The Arlington Camp Shelby Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse Competitive Sports Management Dream of Hattiesburg, Inc. Forrest County Forrest County 4H Forrest County Humane Society Forrest County Profile Forrest General Hospital Girl Scouts Council, Gulf Pines Government Information Sharing Project Hattiesburg Clinic Hattiesburg D.A.R.E Program Hattiesburg Youth Soccer Association Homeless Veterans Base Camp Lamar County Profile Lamar County Economic Development Longleaf Trace March of Dimes Mississippi Museum of Art Mississippi Connections MS Dept. of Transportation MS Special Olympics Pinebelt Mental Healthcare Resources South MS Area Agency on Aging South MS Children's Center State of Mississippi United Blood Services United Way of Southeast Mississippi University of Southern Mississippi Wesley Medical Center William Carey College Welcome
Welcome to the Official Website for the City of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. With a population of nearly 50,000 and the fourth largest city in the state, Hattiesburg is centrally located less than 90 minutes from New Orleans and Mobile, the Gulf Coast and Jackson, Mississippi.
For those visiting our website, we hope that you will get a feel for why Hattiesburg, the Hub City of the South, is a prospering region for economic development, education, the arts, health care, retirement, as well as a great place to raise a family.

93. GPN - General GPN Meeting - January 17, 1998
general GPN Meeting January 17, 1998. resources, provide user services to the educationand application The EPSCoR states east of the mississippi River will
The Great Plains Network ... advanced networking technology in support of collaborative research and education ... General GPN Meeting - January 17, 1998
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94. General Information
TX (NASA, McDonnellDouglas, general Electric), Jackson in the University of MississippiMedical School in supported institution of higher education, founded in subpages/general.html
Biomedical Engineering Biomedical Engineering is a field of engineering distinguished by a basic understanding of biological and medical science. The health care industry is growing steadily and the concern for human health and welfare is greater each year. As a consequence, the need for trained professionals in the basic principles and applications of mathematics, physics, chemistry and the life sciences has become substantive and necessary. Biomedical engineering provides a challenging, stimulating, and diverse field of professional endeavor. Biomedical Engineering at Louisiana Tech University

Outstanding students from around the world come to Tech for undergraduate or graduate study in Biomedical Engineering. The Biomedical Engineering Program at Louisiana Tech University actively participates in this growing field trough a comprehensive program of education, research, service. The Program offers the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Biomedical Engineering. Through the Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science (CyBERS) and other research centers on campus, faculty, staff and students engage in basic and applied research projects.

95. NOTE Courses That Are Not Specifically Listed May Be Accepted As
PY 23003 general Psychology I. SO 23013 Introduction to Sociology. The MississippiCounty Community College education Program requires a total of46
NOTE: Courses that are not specifically listed may be accepted as elective credit. A minimum C grade is required, in accordance with institutional policy, for credit to be accepted by transfer. Transfer credit is designated by the level at which it is earned. Accrediting, licensure, or certifying agencies may prevent the university from accepting work from two-year institutions that is indicated as upper division work at UCA. Transfer credit earned while on academic suspension will not be accepted at UCA. Transfer courses may require validating for use in some majors and/or minors. Contact the chair of the major and/or minor department at UCA for further details. Mississippi County Community College University of Central Arkansas ACCOUNTING AC 21003 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 2310 Principles of Accounting I AC 21013 Principles of Accounting II ACCT 2311 Principles of Accounting II BU 11013 Legal Enviornment of Business ACCT 2321 Legal Enviornment of Business ART AR 12003 Elementary Drawing I ART Drawing I AR 22003 Art Appreciation ART 2300 Art Appreciation **HU 22003 Humanities Through the Arts ART 2300 Art Appreciation BIOLOGY BI 14013 14021 Principles of Biology Lab BIOL 1400 Biology for General Education **BI 14033 14041 General Biology Lab *BIOL 1400 Biology for General Education *This course is used as a substitute which will fulfill 4 hours of the Natural Sciences' general education requirement.

96. Press Release
his third State of the State Address, Governor Ronnie Musgrove called for the MississippiLegislature to fund education at 62 percent of the general fund, the pressrelease/010903edinsos
For Immediate Release
January 9, 2003 Contact: John Sewell
Governor Musgrove Focuses on Education
In State of the State Address
Jackson, MS - In his third State of the State Address, Governor Ronnie Musgrove called for the Mississippi Legislature to fund education at 62 percent of the general fund, the level called for in his executive budget recommendation. "I propose that you appropriate pre-kindergarten through higher education in one comprehensive bill, and at 62 percent of the general fund," Musgrove said. "Let's prove to the people of Mississippi we care about our schools. Let's prove to them that when it comes to education, we mean business - and business means jobs." Musgrove called on legislators to present him with the bill by the last week of January. Citing a list of education successes including the teacher pay raise, rising test scores, more high school graduates going to college, and Mississippi as the first state in the nation with an Internet-accessible computer in every public school classroom, Musgrove said it was time to strengthen the state's investment in education.

97. Council For Basic Education Home Page
mississippi State University; University of Southern mississippi. BASIC educationGeneral Info Past Issues Basic education has changed its look and
Council for Basic Education An Independent Voice for Educational Excellence About CBE Staff Programs Publications ... Contact CBE - PROGRAMS -
Policy, Standards and Instruction
National Clearinghouse for Comprehensive School Reform
Schools Around the World™ (SAW)
Mid-Atlantic Regional Teachers Project (MARTP)
Fellowship Program

Immediate Opening for Research Analyst
The material on this website is provided for your personal use. However, if you want to make multiple copies of any publication or article for distribution, please contact CBE's director of publications for permission. - ANNOUNCEMENTS-
New Campuses Join STEP
The U.S. Department of Education, recognized STEP as the Innovation of the Week on March 24, 2003 Mississippi Campuses
Press release
  • Alcorn State University Delta State University Mississippi State University University of Southern Mississippi
Virginia Campuses
Press release
  • James Madison University Mary Baldwin College Marymount University

Birding Boat Volunteer Opportunities, mississippi NATIONAL RIVER Activities ConservationEducation Soil/Watershed Tour Fish/Wildlife Science general Assistance.

99. Chronic Disease Prevention | State Profiles | Mississippi
mississippi. the support, development, and implementation of effective HIV educationfor school information about comprehensive cancer control in general as well
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Chronic Disease Prevention
Announcements Contact Us
Chronic Disease Overview
... Related Links

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Fact Sheets
Funding Legislation Reports ... Statistics and Data
Fact Sheets
Cancer Burden Data
Summary data on lung, colorectal, breast, and prostate cancer. These state-level data include the estimated number of new diagnoses and cancer deaths as well as age-adjusted mortality rates broken down by race/ethnicity and presented alongside the national averages. Heart Disease Among Men
Data on men 35 years of age and older, living in the state during the years 1991–1995, are summarized by ethnic group, number of deaths, and mortality rates. The state's national rank is also presented by ethnic group and total population. Includes general observations on regional and racial/ethnic trends. Heart Disease Among Women
Data on women 35 years of age and older, living in the state during the years 1991–1995, are summarized by ethnic group, number of deaths, and mortality rates. The state's national rank is also presented by ethnic group and total population. Includes general observations on regional and racial/ethnic trends. Heart Disease in the Total Population
Data on heart disease in the total state population drawn from the combined NCCDPHP atlases on men and women. Data on individuals 35 years of age and older, living in the state during the years 1991–1995, are summarized by ethnic group, number of deaths, and mortality rates. The state's national rank is also presented by ethnic group and as a whole. Includes general observations on regional and racial/ethnic trends.

100. Tennessee Department Of Education
of lower courts intermediate,appellate, general trial courts large inland port onMississippi River employers include government, education, printing, healthcare
Skip to Content. Home Tests Reports ... Contact Us Tennessee Facts Click on photos for larger image. Did You Know?... The Cherokee silversmith,Sequoyah,was the only known man in the history of the world to single-handedly develop an alphabet. His syllabus for the Cherokee Nation resulted in the first written language for a Native American people. The Sequoyah Birthplace Museum in Vonore tells his story and is dedicated to the history and culture of Native Americans. The first constitution ever written by white men in America was drafted in 1772 by the Watauga Association at Sycamore Shoals near Elizabethton, Tennessee. Formation of the Watauga Association also marked the first attempt by Americans at complete self-government. The 1772 constitution was based on the Iroquois Federation's laws. Tennessee has produced three U.S. presidents: Andrew Jackson, 1829-37; James K. Polk, 1845-49; and Andrew Johnson, 1865-69. Other famous Tennesseans include frontiersman Davy Crockett, Admiral David Farragut, cavalry officer Nathan Bedford Forrest, U.S. Register of the Treasury James Carroll Napier (appointed 1911 by President William Howard Taft), World War I hero Alvin York, and Cordell Hull (secretary of state under Franklin D. Roosevelt).

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