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  • Clarence Dickinson Special Collection | William Carey University
    Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home About Museums Galleries Collections MESSAGE Clarence Dickinson Special Collection The Clarence Dickinson Special Collection which is housed in the Smith Rouse Library on the Hattiesburg campus of William Carey University contains the papers music manuscripts furniture art works and personal belongings of Clarence Dickinson Dr Dickinson was the organist at Brick Presbyterian Church in New York City for fifty years He was also a prominent concert organist in the United States and Europe and a composer of numerous organ pieces and choral anthems Dickinson was the founder of the School of Sacred Music at Union Theological Seminary which had the distinction of being the first graduate level music program for men and women in the United States Prior to its founding in 1928 those who wanted to pursue a graduate degree

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  • Lucile Parker Gallery | William Carey University
    the Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home About Museums Galleries Collections MESSAGE Lucile Parker Gallery The Lucile Parker Gallery is located at 512 Tuscan on the Hattiesburg campus of William Carey University The gallery which opened in 1990 and was originally located in Thomas Fine Arts Center was named for Miss Lucile Parker a Mississippi artist known for her botanical drawings paintings and portrait work Miss Parker organized the art department at William Carey and served as chairperson from 1974 until 1983 The gallery stands as a testimonial to the legacy of Miss Parker as a teacher who instilled in her students a love of beauty and inspired them to go beyond the possible A native of Sumrall Mississippi Lucile Parker earned the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Southern Mississippi in drawing and art and a Master of Arts degree in art painting and drawing from the University of Alabama She also studied at the Pietro Venucci Academy of Art in Perugia Italy Miss Parker was awarded an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from William Carey College in 1981 Her paintings hang in private and public collections throughout the United States Her book Mississippi Wildflowers is widely acclaimed The Lucile Parker Gallery houses four collections the Lucile Parker Collection the William Carey University Collection the Larry H Day Collection and the Brian Blair Collection The Lucile Parker Collection consists of 142 artworks by Lucile Parker with the exception of a group of 17 by Marie Hull which were donated to the university by Miss Parker from her private collection Many works were given to the university by Lucile s family after her death in 1988 Works in the collection include paintings and drawings of flowers portraits and landscapes all beautifully done in watercolor mixed

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  • Chain Garden | William Carey University
    Projects Honors Thesis International Travel Alumni Alumni Association Message from Alumni Director Update Information Alma Mater Alumni Council Alumni Benefits MWC Homecoming Homecoming 2014 Gallery Homecoming 2015 Gallery 2016 Homecoming Friends of Carey Become a Friend of Carey Request a Friends of Carey Card Participating Businesses Carey Magazine Alumni Chapters Campus Life Student Activities Student Organizations Student Government Association Intramural Sports How to Create an Organization Quest for the Cup Student Activities Forms Student Life Office Redbook Campus Dining Housing Application Process Residence Halls Check In Check Out Information What to Bring Housing Standards Meet the Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You

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  • History of William Carey University | William Carey University
    was accepted The growth of Mississippi Woman s College was a source of pride for Mississippi Baptists Under the leadership of President J L Johnson Jr from 1912 to 1932 a splendid new administration building was completed in 1914 and named Tatum Court in honor of the college s major benefactor New brick dormitories were added Ross and Johnson Halls as well as an infirmary and a model home which was used as a laboratory for domestic science classes During this period the campus expanded to 40 acres The college did not measure its progress simply with physical achievements An early objective of Mississippi Woman s College was to train intelligent concerned citizens who could establish Christian homes Curricula and activities were designed with this primary objective in mind By 1925 college stationery boldly proclaimed on its letterhead Mississippi Woman s College The School with a Mission The student body dedicated itself to the mission of the college Such dedication accounts for Mississippi Woman s College becoming known by the late 1920s as one of the South s outstanding Christian colleges for women Continued growth and an emphasis on missions characterized the presidency of W E Holcomb from 1932 to 1940 When the exigencies of the depression era forced the college to close in 1940 its facilities were used as army officers housing for nearby Camp Shelby In 1946 Mississippi Woman s College re opened and underwent major renovations Dr I E Rouse was elected president in 1946 and served until 1956 In 1953 the Mississippi Baptist Convention voted to move the college into coeducational status after more than four decades of admitting only female students This vote necessitated a new name for the institution In 1954 the board of trustees selected the name of William Carey College in honor of the eighteenth century English cobbler linguist whose decades of missionary activity in India earned him international recognition as the Father of Modern Missions Under the leadership of Dr J Ralph Noonkester who was elected president of the college in 1956 William Carey College enjoyed significant growth In 14 years a total of 14 new buildings rose on the Hattiesburg campus The college attracted national attention with baseball basketball and tennis teams the traveling chorale the theatre performance groups scientific honor societies student mission efforts a large number of mission volunteers and a high percentage of acceptances to medical school Dr Noonkester served as president from 1956 to 1989 In 1968 William Carey entered a new era when it announced a merger with the prestigious Mather School of Nursing in New Orleans Another dimension opened for William Carey in 1976 when the college purchased the Gulf Coast Military Academy campus in Gulfport Known now as William Carey University on the Coast the 20 acre beachfront property was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in August of 2005 Classes were held off campus until 16 modular buildings were installed on the campus Thirty acres were purchased in the 4 800 acre Tradition Planned

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  • Accreditation | William Carey University
    Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home About MESSAGE Accreditation Regional Accreditation William Carey University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award bachelor master education specialist and doctoral degrees Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane Decatur Georgia 30033 4097 or call 404 679 4500 for questions about the accreditation of William Carey University All normal inquiries regarding the operation of the university including admissions financial aid educational programs and other operational matters should be addressed directly to the university and not to the Commission The Commission should be contacted only if there is evidence of significant non compliance with the requirements or standards for accreditation Education The School of Education at William Carey University is

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  • Mission & Vision | William Carey University
    Out Information What to Bring Housing Standards Meet the Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home About MESSAGE Mission Vision Vision Statement William Carey University is a community of learners which seeks to blend faith and learning with living Within this unique nurturing and challenging environment students prepare to fulfill their diverse callings in the larger global community Mission Statement As a Christian university which embraces its Baptist heritage and namesake William Carey University provides quality educational programs within a caring Christian academic community which challenge the individual student to excel in scholarship leadership and service in a diverse global

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  • Theme Verse | William Carey University
    Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home About MESSAGE Theme Verse Each year William Carey University chooses an annual theme which is designed to provide an idea for us to focus on and to unify the campus The theme for 2015 2016 is Going the Extra Mile which is based on Matthew 5 41 In the Sermon on the Mount Jesus describes the attitudes and actions expected of Christians As William Carey University provides quality educational programs within a caring Christian academic community this theme motivates the university and its students to go the extra mile in service discipleship and in the pursuit of education Past Theme Verses 2014 2015 James 1 22a Acta Non Verba Acta Non Verba which is a Latin phrase meaning Action not words This concept is similarly expressed in James 1 22a which states Be doers of the word and not hearers only In the Sermon on the Mount both the fool and the wise man heard the words of Jesus but it was only the wise man who put the words of Jesus into action Matt 7 24 27 Students at Carey will be challenged to put their education and faith into action 2013 2014 Luke 6 48 I Corinthians 3 11 Building on a Firm Foundation In Luke is found the teaching of Jesus about building one s life on a strong foundation and in I Corinthians the Apostle Paul wrote For no other foundation can anyone lay than that which is laid which is Jesus Christ Students at Carey will be challenged to build strong lives on the foundation of faith in Christ 2012 2013 Hebrews 6 1 Let us go on to maturity The writer of the Book of Hebrews says Therefore let us leave the elementary teachings about Christ and go on

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  • Speakers Bureau | William Carey University
    and the Bible Missionary Journeys of Paul Travel in Biblical Mediterranean World Dr Greg Bullock Chair Health Physical Education and Recreation cbullock wmcarey edu 601 318 6558 Physical Education Health Life Style Sound Nutrition Dr Olivia C Burkett Associate Professor of Psychology oburkett wmcarey edu 601 520 0963 Autism Spectrum Disorder Intellectual Developmental Disorder Dr Ben Burnett Dean School of Education bburnett wmcarey edu 601 318 6144 Current Education Topics Motivational Topics teamwork WCU Dr Bennie Crockett Professor of Philosophy and Religion Co Director Center for the Study of the Life and Work of William Carey bcrockett wmcarey edu 601 318 6116 William Carey University Who was William Carey Biblical Texts and Manuscripts History of the English Bible The Fusion of Religion and Ethics History of Philosophical Ideas in Western Texts Chad Davis Instructor School of Business Bi vocational pastor Church Planter cdavis wmcarey edu 601 441 1926 Ministry in the Workplace Small Business Formation Finance Church Planting Hugh L Davis III Dave Assistant Professor of Business Administration DaDavis wmcarey edu 601 318 6698 Why Go to Work A Biblical View of Labor and Leisure Bank Stress Testing What Is It and Its Impact on Lenders and Borrowers Investment Portfolio Management Is There a New Normal Investment Portfolio Management Alternative Investments in a Low Interest Rate World How Do We Grow Our Economy Labor Capital Entrepreneurs and Innovation Dr Read Diket Professor of Art and Education Director of Center for Creative Scholars rdicket wmcarey edu 601 318 6205 Arts in Learning What We Can Do for Gifted Youth in Mississippi Role of the Museum in a Global Age Wes Dykes Instrumental Coordinator and Assistant Professor Winters School of Music wdykes wmcarey edu 601 318 6175 The Resurrection of the WCU Instrumental Program Recruitment Music Ministry Leadership Camps Retreats for Church Ministries and School Band Programs Reaching People for Christ Where You Are Devotional Speaking and Preaching Dr Tim Glaze Director of Baptist Student Union Assistant Professor of Religion tglaze wmcarey edu office 601 318 6386 cell 601 408 5772 Sermons Preaching Missions On to College Freshmen Dr Steven Gustafson Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences sgustafson wmcarey edu office 601 318 6697 cell 713 791 8718 Medicine Medicine as a Christian Physician Ethics and Medicine Pathology Clinical Laboratory Medicine Research Experience in Third World Countries Missions Hospitals in Third World Countries Pathology as a Specialty in Medicine Dr Denise Hancock Assistant Professor of Nursing dhancock wmcarey edu 504 296 2087 Nursing Faculty Workforce Engaging the Millennial Generation Information and Tactics to Increase your Effectiveness in Communication with Young Adults Women s Health Issues Maternal Newborn Health Care Dr Kenneth Hisley Associate Professor Biomedical Sciences chisley wmcarey edu 410 458 6892 Nature of Anatomical Education in the Medical School Curriculum Where is it Now and Where Might it be Going Dr Lynne Houston Assistant Professor of Education Events and Special Projects Coordinator lhouston wmcarey edu 601 318 6231 William Carey University Educational Organizational Leadership International Students and Study Abroad Dr Scott Hummel

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