Else School Programs Lauded by CEO Magazine

 

For the second year in a row, the Else School of Management at Millsaps College ranks in the top tier of North American M.B.A. programs and Global E.M.B.A. programs, as listed in the latest issue of CEO Magazine. The Else School is the only Mississippi business school listed in the rankings.

Developed by the International Graduate Forum for CEO Magazine, the rankings are based on key performance indicators considered to be of interest and value to potential students. International diversity, class sizes, student work experience, faculty-to-student ratios, and faculty qualifications—both academic and professional—have been given considerable weight.

 

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Else School of Management

 

Welcome Weekend: August 22-24, 2014

We’re glad you’re here! The activities and events of this week are designed to help you prepare for the weeks and years ahead of you at Millsaps. Welcome Weekend begins August 22 with Freshmen Move-In Day – don't forget to check move in times.

Incoming students, before you get here, check our step-by-step list to becoming part of the Major family. Parents, to help navigate through this transition, read our Parents Primer. Also, get familiar with our campus map to help find your way around campus.

The Millsaps community is ready for you and wishes you luck as you begin your college years!

 

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Welcome Weekend 2014

 

Berry Family Chair Established for Pre-Med Students

 

Dr. Tim Ward, associate dean of sciences at Millsaps College, has been named the first holder of the Berry Family Endowed Chair in Science at Millsaps.

The Berry Family Chair was established in memory of Dr. J.T.B. Berry, a physician and surgeon in the Brandon area for many years; his children, Mary, Christine and Tom; and his granddaughter, Merle Berry Tennyson Montjoy, a Jackson artist, volunteer and philanthropist.

It was the benefactor’s hope that the endowment would enable faculty to focus special attention on students who are interested in a career in medicine.

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Dr. Tim Ward

 

Accounting Major Susan Fasano

Susan Fasano spent her freshman year at a private university in Louisiana and then transferred to Millsaps College.

“I felt a little lost in the crowd and knew I wanted to be in a smaller community where I could contribute on a personal level,” said Fasano, a senior from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

“I love being able to share my transfer perspective to prospective students on tours because I have grown to believe in the Millsaps’ advantage. The close-knit community of high-caliber coaches, professors, and students on this campus are unique to Millsaps and cannot be mimicked elsewhere.”

Fasano is a member of the cross country team and the track and field team and serves as a presidential ambassador for the admissions office. She is vice president of the Catholic Student Association, a member of Phi Mu sorority and a 1 Campus 1 Community team member.

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Susan Fasano

 

Major Athletics Continue to Excel

 

On July 7, Josh Brooks will begin work as the new director of athletics at Millsaps. Brooks is joining the Majors from his position as associate athletic director at the University of Georgia, where he has worked since 2008.

“This is an exciting hire for Millsaps, and we look forward to working with Josh in the years to come,” said Dr. Robert W. Pearigen, president of Millsaps. “He brings tremendous energy to this position, in addition to a wealth of experience and an exciting vision for Millsaps athletics.”

Brooks begins his tenure during a time in which Millsaps’ scholar-athletes and their coaches are accomplishing great things. More than 90 Millsaps student-athletes earned recognition for their academic achievement this past spring, a tennis player made it to the national championships and a Top 20 ranking in a pre-season football poll are among recent athletic accomplishments at Millsaps College.

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Millsaps Track and Field

Millsaps Conservatory of Music

 

Millsaps College and its newly established Millsaps Conservatory of Music have signed a memorandum of understanding with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra (MSO) to bring a new level of music education to the state.

The Conservatory's artist faculty will include members of the Millsaps College Music Department faculty, Mississippi Symphony Orchestra members, and local music teachers, including two recent Millsaps graduates. The Conservatory will offer private music lessons, classes, instrumental ensembles, and group musicianship and theory classes.

 

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Millsaps Conservatory of Music

 

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