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William Carey News

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
William Carey University offices will be closed on Friday, July 3 in observation of the Independence Day holiday.
 
No day or night classes will meet. This closing applies to both the main campus in Hattiesburg and the Tradition campus in Biloxi.
 
Offices will reopen and second summer term classes will begin on Monday, July 6.
 
For more information, call (601) 318-6051.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
The 40th anniversary season of Carey Dinner Theatre continues with “Beehive,” a musical tribute to popular female singers of the 1960s, from July 7-18 in the Joe and Virginia Tatum Theatre on the Hattiesburg campus of William Carey University.
 
Thursday, June 25, 2015
William Carey University recently received a gift of $100,000 from Dr. Lynn McMahan, founder of Southern Eye Center in Hattiesburg, and his wife, Marty, to support the university's new Doctor of Physical Therapy program.
 
"We thank the McMahans for their generous gift that further enhances Hattiesburg as a medical center in the state," said Dr. Tommy King, Carey president.
 
Monday, June 22, 2015
Individuals interested in pursuing a Mississippi teacher's license through the alternate route can take the two necessary courses during the five-week second summer term in July and August at William Carey University.
 
The courses, including classroom management and tests, measurements and evaluations, will meet beginning the week of July 6 and will end the week of August 7. In order to become licensed, teacher candidates must successfully complete both courses and have passing scores on both the Praxis Core and Praxis II examinations.
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Students interested in taking courses in a five-week format during July and early August may still register for the second summer term at both campuses of William Carey University.
 
The second summer term will begin on July 6 and run through August 7. Undergraduate courses in history, English, Spanish, business, education, health, music, biology, chemistry and psychology are available at the Hattiesburg campus while undergraduate courses in art and English are offered on the Tradition campus in Biloxi. 
 
Thursday, June 11, 2015
The William Carey University School of Business is offering a way for the working individual to earn a bachelor's degree in business in a hybrid format with Saturday class meetings at the Tradition campus in Biloxi.
 
The Saturday program will begin in fall 2015 and will offer students the Bachelor of Science degree in business with a concentration in management and marketing. Students will take three courses each term, including two in a hybrid format that meet three times during the term and one that meets each Saturday.
 
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Dr. Ed Friedlander, a professor of biomedical sciences at the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine, recently received top accolades from an interactive health service for his efforts to assist people with health questions.
 
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
The William Carey University School of Education recently received a $296,200 grant from the Robert M. Hearin Foundation to create a Science and Mathematics Alternate Route Teacher, or SMART, program at the main campus in Hattiesburg and the Tradition campus in Biloxi.
 
Monday, June 8, 2015
Fifty-six junior ROTC cadets from six schools in the Jackson Public School District attended the Institute of Health Careers camp at the Hattiesburg campus of William Carey University from June 1-5.
 
The camp, now in its second year, is designed to help open doors for students interested in careers in health care, said Dr. Jessica Taylor, camp director and an assistant professor of physiology at Carey.
 
Monday, June 8, 2015
A strong commitment to employee health and wellness has resulted in William Carey University being recognized as a Gold Level Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association.
 
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
The William Carey University School of Music and Ministry is hosting the third annual “My First String Camp at Carey” from June 15-19 at the Hattiesburg campus.
 
The camp, a part of the FestivalSouth activities conducted in the Pine Belt area, offers Suzuki and elementary string classes for children from first to sixth grades in instruments including the violin, viola, cello and bass. No prior experience is necessary. Students can bring their own instruments or rent one for $10.
 

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