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  • Alcorn State University: Alcorn student Johnna Hooten accepted into the Teach for America program
    Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Announcements Home Announcements Item Alcorn student Johnna Hooten accepted into the Teach for America program Alcorn State University s bright students continue to move the university forward with their scholastic acheivements Johnna Hooten a senior majoring in elementary education with a concentration in English was recently accepted into the Teach for America program Teach for America is a nonprofit organization that is growing the movement of leaders who work to ensure that kids growing up in poverty get an excellent education The program also helps our nation deliver on the promise of equal opportunity for all students Hooten who has patiently waited for her chance to enter the program was pleased to learn of her acceptance I am beyond excited about being accepted said Hooten a Jackson Mississippi native I have always wanted to be part of this program since I first found out about it This has been on my to do list because teaching is my passion and I love giving back to the younger generation Hooten who is the president of the Student National Educational Association said that Alcorn has done an exceptional job at preparing her for her dreams

    Original URL path: http://www.alcorn.edu/news/item/index.aspx?LinkId=7197&ModuleId=58 (2016-02-15)
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  • Alcorn State University: Alcorn to host Fall World Class Teacher Academy Kickoff and Information Session
    the community around us to enrich all of our lives Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Announcements Home Announcements Item Alcorn to host Fall World Class Teacher Academy Kickoff and Information Session Alcorn State University is gearing up for the annual World Class Teacher Academy with a Fall Kickoff and Information Session The event will be held Saturday September 12 in the Gold Room at the Dr Clinton Bristow Dining Facility from 10 a m until noon Teachers and administrators working in southwest Mississippi are invited to learn more about the prestigious National Board certification process the Academy and how it supports those who want to be recognized as the best among K 12 teachers Topics such as becoming National Board Certified Teacher NBCT candidates recruiting and support and the benefits of having professional support will be discussed at the event Coordinator Gail Gettis explained how becoming a NBCT will benefit students in their studies Becoming a NBCT is what it takes to increase the level of student achievement said Gettis These teachers are among an elite group of educators whose skills have been enhanced by going through the board certification process They have learned how to identify and

    Original URL path: http://www.alcorn.edu/news/item/index.aspx?LinkId=7164&ModuleId=58 (2016-02-15)
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  • Alcorn State University: Alcorn student DeAnte’ Spann participates in 2015 Teacher Quality and Retention Summer Institute
    Supporting Alcorn Annual Fund ASU Foundation Ways to Give Staff Scholarships Walk Run or Ride Summer Extravaganza Alumni A Resource for the Community We believe in reaching out beyond campus in engaging with the community around us to enrich all of our lives Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Announcements Home Announcements Item Alcorn student DeAnte Spann participates in 2015 Teacher Quality and Retention Summer Institute Over the summer Alcorn State University senior DeAnte Spann participated in an educational program that will help him in his career as a teacher Span an elementary education major spent two weeks of his summer vacation attending the Thurgood Marshal College TMC Fund s 2015 Teacher Quality and Retention Summer Institute in Houston Texas Since its inception in 2009 the Teacher Quality and Retention Program has provided high caliber training and mentoring to aspiring pre service and new teachers from publicly supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCUs from across the country The event emphasized how highly qualified teachers are essential to overcoming challenging school environments to achieve academic success Spann gushed about the experience he had during the program and feels confident in applying the lessons he learned to his future career

    Original URL path: http://www.alcorn.edu/news/item/index.aspx?LinkId=7163&ModuleId=58 (2016-02-15)
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  • Alcorn State University: Student teachers further their knowledge of education at Pre-Service Seminar
    LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Announcements Home Announcements Item Student teachers further their knowledge of education at Pre Service Seminar After semesters of preparation Alcorn State University s future educators are ready to test their teaching abilities in a classroom setting Six Alcorn seniors participated in a week long Pre Service Seminar a program where student teachers are exposed to various teaching tasks legal issues in education professional knowledge and professional practices in the field of elementary and secondary education The seminar was held in the Walter Washington Administration Classroom Building Brittany Lyles a Natchez Mississippi native and DeAnte Spann a Morton Mississippi native expressed their excitement for starting their teaching careers I m very excited said Lyles I ve been working toward this goal by passing required testing and enduring the hard work that comes with becoming a teacher I m ready to start my career It feels good to reach this point during my senior year said Spann I look forward to gaining lots of knowledge and hands on skills that student teaching will provide Vicksburg Mississippi native Jazmine Sanders not only anticipates being in the field of education but she is also looking forward to graduating I m excited because not only am I getting closer to earning my college degree but I m also closer to living my dream as an educator said Sanders I look forward to being in the classroom and learning more so that I can become an effective

    Original URL path: http://www.alcorn.edu/news/item/index.aspx?LinkId=7138&ModuleId=58 (2016-02-15)
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  • Alcorn State University: Psychology students become Ambassadors of Hope
    Staff Scholarships Walk Run or Ride Summer Extravaganza Alumni A Resource for the Community We believe in reaching out beyond campus in engaging with the community around us to enrich all of our lives Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Announcements Home Announcements Item Psychology students become Ambassadors of Hope On April 20 22 2015 three psychology students plan to partner with Dr LaShawn Thompson of the Education Psychology department and Dr M Ravola of the Social Science department to execute three student events to address psychological issues on campus Junior Psychology Majors Justin Knight Ari Anna Magee and Rayford Mullins will begin their event with an event called 50 Shades of Blue addressing Autism Since April is Autism awareness month the students will be organizing a campus picture in which all students will where the color blue and form the letter A on the campus grounds The students plan to send pictures of the event to the Autism Awareness organization in support of their efforts to bring about awareness of the disorder The students plan to also host an alcohol awareness event called Don t Blame it on the Alcohol where they will perform alcohol screenings and encourage

    Original URL path: http://www.alcorn.edu/news/item/index.aspx?LinkId=5947&ModuleId=58 (2016-02-15)
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  • Alcorn State University: Psychology Student Uses Internship to Give Back to the Community
    believe in reaching out beyond campus in engaging with the community around us to enrich all of our lives Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Announcements Home Announcements Item Psychology Student Uses Internship to Give Back to the Community Ajasha Long a senior psychology student in the Department of Education and Psychology recently organized a major charity event for the Natchez Children s Home in Natchez Mississippi As a requirement of the psychology program at Alcorn State University students must complete an eighty four hour internship placement in the community performing psychology related activities While working this spring at the internship she decided to give back more than was required of her by organizing an event through the restaurant Ruby Tuesdays in Natchez Mississippi As a part of the event Ms Long encouraged people to dine at the local restaurant on March 28 and 29 2015 in support of this cause A portion of the proceeds from sales on these two days went to the Natchez Children s Home The Natchez Children s Home Services is a non profit organization whose mission is to intervene in the lives of children and families facing a crisis They operate completely off

    Original URL path: http://www.alcorn.edu/news/item/index.aspx?LinkId=5945&ModuleId=58 (2016-02-15)
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  • Alcorn State University: Education and Psychology Students attend 2015 State Honors Conference
    Expansion Program Commencement 2016 Resources Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs University College Provost Event Attendance Request Giving Back Alcorn State Is on the Rise Record enrollment new accreditations distinguished alumni and a Dyn O Mite band You can be proud to be an Alcornite Supporting Alcorn Annual Fund ASU Foundation Ways to Give Staff Scholarships Walk Run or Ride Summer Extravaganza Alumni A Resource for the Community We believe in reaching out beyond campus in engaging with the community around us to enrich all of our lives Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Announcements Home Announcements Item Education and Psychology Students attend 2015 State Honors Conference On February 27 2015 Alcorn State University Honor Students DeAnte Spann and Rayford Mullins participated in the 2015 State Honors Conference held in Columbus Mississippi The 2015 Honors Conference was hosted by the Mississippi University for Women s Inna E Gordy Honors College All the Honors Programs and Honors Colleges within the state were invitied to attend Mr DeAnte Spann represented the Alcorn family by presenting at this year s conference presenting his research entitled Examining Self Efficacy among African American Males in the Field of Education during the Research Symposium

    Original URL path: http://www.alcorn.edu/news/item/index.aspx?LinkId=5946&ModuleId=58 (2016-02-15)
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  • Alcorn State University: Month
    believe in reaching out beyond campus in engaging with the community around us to enrich all of our lives Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Calendars Home Calendars Month Month February 2016 February 2015 March 2015 April 2015 May 2015 June 2015 July 2015 August 2015 September 2015 October 2015 November 2015 December 2015 January 2016 February 2016 March 2016 April 2016 May 2016 June 2016 July 2016 August 2016 September 2016 October 2016 November 2016 December 2016 January 2017 February 2017 March 2017 April 2017 May 2017 June 2017 July 2017 August 2017 September 2017 October 2017 November 2017 December 2017 January 2018 February 2018 Previous Next List View Week View Print View Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2016 Sigma Chi Iota Spring Career Week Thru Friday February 12 2016 8 00 AM 4 00 PM Location Career Services 9 2016 Sigma Chi Iota Spring Career Week Thru Friday February 12 2016 8 00 AM 4 00 PM Location Career Services 2016 Spring Career Fair 9 00 AM 2 00 PM Location James L Bolden Campus Union Visit this link 10 2016 Sigma Chi Iota Spring Career Week

    Original URL path: http://www.alcorn.edu/calendars/month/index.aspx?StartDate=2/15/2016&ModuleID=35 (2016-02-15)
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