Student Doctor Terry Fokakis, a second-year medical student at the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine, was presented with the Asbury Award for Academic Excellence on August 16.
William Carey News
The William Carey University School of Education will host an Admission to Teacher Education Roundup on September 9 for individuals interested in becoming educators.
The informational event will be held from 5 until 5:45 p.m. in the Kresge Room of the Thomas Business Building on the WCU Hattiesburg campus.
During the program, Dr. Tammie Brown, chair of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, will present information to students interested in becoming teachers either through the traditional or alternate routes. The event is free and open to the public.
Chatham Meade Kemp, assistant professor of art at William Carey University, recently received an Artist Fellowship grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC).
The MAC grant of $4,500 was awarded to Kemp based on her exemplary work in her chosen field of painting. The Artist Fellowship program is highly competitive, with only a small number of the total applicants each year receiving an award of up to $5,000. The award is based solely on merit with the requirement that the funds be used to expand the artist’s ability to create new work.
The Tradition campus of William Carey University will hold general registration for the fall term August 22.
Registration will be held from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the campus, located at 19640 Highway 67 in Biloxi. The fall term begins August 25.
For an admissions application or more information about WCU, including fall term schedules, visit www.wmcarey.edu. Call 228-702-1815 to speak to an admissions counselor.
The Hattiesburg campus of William Carey University will hold general registration for the fall term August 20-22.
Registration will be held from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. each day in the Tatum Court admissions office. The fall term begins August 25.
For an admissions application or more information about WCU, including fall term schedules, visit www.wmcarey.edu. Call 601-318-6103 to speak to an admissions counselor or email email@example.com.
Dr. Hannah Gay, a pediatric specialist of worldwide renown, received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at William Carey University’s commencement on Saturday, August 9.
The honorary doctorate, awarded by WCU’s Board of Trustees and presented by President Dr. Tommy King, recognized Dr. Gay for her lifetime of selfless, Christian service as a medical doctor and missionary.
Former University of Mississippi Chancellor Robert C. Khayat will be the speaker at the annual William Carey University Scholarship Dinner on Tuesday, Sept. 9.
The event, now in its fourth year, raises money for student scholarships. More than 90% of Carey students receive some type of financial assistance and over $1.1 million has been raised through past dinners.
Khayat was the 15th chancellor of Ole Miss, serving from 1995 until 2009. He is a former college football All-Star, All-Pro kicker for the Washington Redskins, law professor and president of the NCAA Foundation.
Dr. Rafael Sanchez, a native of Spain and a respected educator of the Spanish language, has joined the faculty of William Carey University as professor of Spanish.
Dr. Sanchez will provide senior faculty leadership for the new Spanish major, which launches in the 2014-2015 school year. He will also work to develop and strengthen study abroad programs in Spanish in both Spain and Latin America.
William Carey University’s Tradition campus, located on Highway 67 in Biloxi, will host Early Registration Day for fall classes from noon until 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 12.
Prospective students will have the opportunity to meet with campus personnel, register for their classes and visit administrative offices. Students are encouraged to apply online prior to attending Early Registration Day.
To view course schedules and to apply online, visit www.wmcarey.edu. Contact the Tradition campus for more information at (228) 702-1815.
Dr. Hannah Gay, professor of pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi, will receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at William Carey University’s commencement on Saturday, August 9.
The honorary doctorate, awarded by WCU’s Board of Trustees, will recognize Dr. Gay for her lifetime of selfless, Christian service as a medical doctor and missionary. Dr. Tommy King, president of WCU, will present Dr. Gay with the degree.
Eight William Carey University sports were recently named 2013-2014 Scholar Teams by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), with softball earning the top spot among fellow NAIA softball programs.
The softball team was also the highest-ranking team for WCU with a 3.71 team grade point average. Other Scholar-Teams for WCU are women’s tennis (3.49), women’s cross country (3.27), women’s soccer (3.19), women’s basketball (3.08), men’s soccer (3.01), men’s tennis (3.00) and men’s cross country (3.00).
The William Carey University Tradition Campus counseling program has received a National Board for Certified Counselors & Affiliates (NBCC) grant to assist in initial Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP) accreditation.
The grant, awarded to the program’s clinical mental health and school counseling tracks, was one of 15 given from an applicant pool of 59 institutions nationally.
Miss William Carey University 2014 Sarah Beth Sewell won two awards during the Miss Mississippi Pageant held July 9-12 in Vicksburg.
Sewell won the Non-Finalist Talent Award and the Alpha Talent Award. The Alpha Talent Award is given to a first-year contestant with the highest score in talent who did not win the preliminary.
For her talent, Sewell performed “Sempre Libera,” an aria that concludes Act I of Giueseppe Verdi’s opera, “La Traviata.”