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  • Our Logo | William Carey University
    You are here Home College of Osteopathic Medicine Our Logo What is the D O symbol and what does it represent D O is the professional abbreviation for Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine The D O symbol is called the Staff of Aesclepius often spelled Aesculapius and consists of a single serpent encircling a staff or classically a rough hewn knotty tree limb The staff was named after a skilled physician who practiced in Greece around 1200 BC The term can also be found in Homer s Iliad Aesclepius is commonly referred to as the Greek god of Healing What does the crusader shield represent The crusader shield is a representation of William Carey University s motto Expect Great Things From God Attempt Great Things For God What does the heart represent The heart represents the compassion that is needed to be a successful doctor of osteopathic medicine What does the lamp represent The lamp is representative of academics and the knowledge it will take to become a successful doctor of osteopathic medicine What does the stethoscope represent The stethoscope represents the scientific methodology and the use of current clinical diagnostic technology What does the hand represent The hand represents the human touch Osteopathic physicians use their hands for diagnosis and treatment of their patients What do the numbers 1892 and 2010 represent 1892 was the year the predecessors of William Carey University was founded South Mississippi College 1911 Mississippi Women s College 1954 William Carey College and 2006 William Carey University 2010 was the year the first class of William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine matriculated What do the colors red black and white represent Red black and white are William Carey University s colors as a part of the university the College of Osteopathic Medicine has adopted its

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  • Residency Fair | William Carey University
    Faculty Staff Research Graduate Studies English Language Center Registrar s Office Request a Transcript Degree Applications VA Information Catalogs and Course Schedules Frequently Asked Questions Academic Affairs Office Presidential Honors Program Honors Curriculum Honors Colloquium Scholar Service 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

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  • Department Staff and Faculty | William Carey University
    Biomedical Sciences Genetics Biochemistry 601 318 6492 E mail pchastain wmcarey edu Dr Paul Chastain earned his B S in Biochemistry from Indiana University and his Ph D in Biochemistry and Biophysics from Texas A M University He spent five years as a Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Fellow and three years as an Environmental Pathology Fellow at the University of North Carolina before joining the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UNC as an Independent Investigator His research focused upon determining the mechanism by which oxidative UV and chemical carcinogen induced damage or DNA instability influence DNA replication and how that disruption may increase the likelihood of disease onset His research was funded by National Institutes of Health NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences NIEHS National Cancer Institute NCI and pilot project grants from the Center for Environmental Health and Susceptibility in the UNC Chapel Hill He published twenty nine scientific publications 1 book chapter two software packages and one patent Dr Chastain joined WCUCOM in 2013 as an Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and teaches medical biochemistry His research interests include 1 determining the mechanisms e g intra S checkpoint repair pathways by which the cell protects itself from environmental and endogenous agents e g UV radiation chemical carcinogens oxidative stress environmental pollutants and how disruption of these protective mechanism increases the chance of cancer and disease formation 2 working with local state and federal organizations and outreach programs to decrease the effects of environmental pollutants on the health of fellow Mississippians and 3 developing writing and implementing computational and mathematical tools based on Matlab ImageJ SQL C and Java to store retrieve and analyze biological data and gain critical knowledge from patient specimens Tanisha Hayes DO Assistant Professor of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences Pathology Family Medicine OP P 601 318 6749 E mail thayes wmcarey edu Dr Tanisha Hayes has an undergraduate degree from Temple University and a Master s degree from MCP Hahnemann University Drexel University Dr Hayes is also an American Medical Association National Scholarship Recipient 2005 who obtained a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey School of Osteopathic Medicine UMDNJ SOM in May 2006 After completing an Osteopathic Professional Training Internship OPTI in a rotating Intern Family Medicine Tracked Residency in July 2007 at UMDNJ SOM she attended and completed an Anatomic Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Residency at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia in June 2011 Subsequently Dr Hayes held the Cytopathology Fellowship at the University of Virginia Hospital System in Charlottesville in June 2012 where she participated on the fine needle aspiration service interdisciplinary tumor boards and surgical pathology frozen section service Dr Hayes co authored several papers during her pathology residency and presented two of them at the College of American Pathology annual meeting in 2010 Dr Hayes is a member of multiple professional societies including the American Osteopathic Association American Society for Clinical Pathology and the College of American Pathologists Since her arrival to WCUCOM in 2012 Dr Hayes has participated in the laboratory practical portion of the Osteopathic Principles and Practice for year one medical students fulfilling her lifelong enthusiasm for osteopathy She has also participated in the clinical and doctoring skills portion of the curriculum at the COM in addition to duties in the Pathology course Stuart Leonard PhD Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences Pharmacology 601 318 6001 E mail sleonard wmcarey edu Dr Stuart Leonard received his Ph D in Biology from the University of Memphis in 2002 He then joined the Biomedical Alcohol Research Training Program at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans as a postdoctoral fellow trainee In 2005 he received independent research funding from the National Institutes of Health NIDA and continued his research in the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics at LSUHSC During this time Dr Leonard also lectured in the nursing and dental pharmacology courses he has also taught anatomy and physiology endocrinology and general biology undergraduate courses He is a member of several professional and honor societies and has published in multiple peer reviewed journals Dr Leonard maintains research interests in the areas of behavioral pharmacology neuroendocrinology and cognitive neuroscience Steve Piper DO FAAEM UHM ABEM Medical Director of Clinical Simulation and Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences Family Medicine OP P 601 318 6044 E mail spiper wmcarey edu Dr Piper is a graduate of Indiana University Bloomington where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications with an Area Certificate in Film Studies in 1993 He worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant and as a tutor while completing premedical coursework at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor Michigan graduating with an Associate in General Studies in 1997 He attended Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine on an Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship graduating with a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree in 2002 After completing a Transitional Internship at Naval Medical Center San Diego in 2003 he attended the Naval Flight Surgeon Course at the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute in Pensacola Florida graduating in 2004 He volunteered for an overseas duty as the only flight surgeon assigned to the clinic at Naval Support Activity Bahrain home of the U S Naval Forces Central Command headquarters where he provided primary care and aeromedical support during the Global War on Terrorism He returned to the Gulf South in 2005 serving as a flight surgeon at Training Air Wing ONE in Meridian Mississippi for two years prior to completing an Emergency Medicine Residency at University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2010 and an Undersea Hyperbaric Medicine Fellowship at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans in 2011 He also did research with the Baromedical Research Institute and clinical work with Van Meter and Associates in Louisiana At the culmination of his fellowship in June 2011 Dr Piper presented an overview of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Undersea Hyperbaric Medical

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  • School Department News | William Carey University
    fall The first doctoral class consisting of 30 students is expected to be admitted in fall 2016 The physical therapy program will be the second of its kind in the state at a time when the need for physical therapists is growing at a rapid rate The U S Bureau of Labor Statistics recently predicted the job growth in the near future in physical therapy to be 36 percent compared to a predicted increase of 20 percent for other medical fields Carey s new programs are designed to meet needs around the state said Dr Williams We are interested in providing for students educationally sound and innovative methods to increase the educational level of health care workers in our state which will subsequently have a positive effect on health care available to the citizens of our state she said Carey has a rich history of providing for medical needs in Mississippi and neighboring states In 1969 Carey acquired the Mather School of Nursing in New Orleans and was approved to offer the bachelor s degree in nursing for the first time at the Hattiesburg campus The degree soon expanded to Carey s then Gulf Coast campus in Gulfport which was relocated to the Tradition Planned Community near Biloxi following Hurricane Katrina The master s degree in nursing was added in 2003 In 2007 the Carey Board of Trustees authorized construction of a College of Osteopathic Medicine the second medical school in the state The medical college opened in 2010 and graduated its first class of students in 2014 With consistent growth and the founding of the College of Health Sciences the future seems bright for Carey s health related programs especially as another new program looms on the horizon Carey administrators and the Office for Advancement are currently working to raise funds for a school of pharmacy at the Tradition campus The proposed pharmacy school would be the second of its kind in the state and would help combat a critical shortage of pharmacists in Mississippi Administrators anticipate a need for 4 million in startup costs along with an additional 12 15 million in construction funds for facilities for the school The largest gift in Carey history 1 1 million was given to the institution by Joe F Sanderson Jr chairman and chief executive officer of Sanderson Farms and his wife Kathy with 1 million of the gift benefitting the pharmacy school and 100 000 applied to the physical therapy program Additional gifts including a 125 000 gift from the Leo W Seal Family Foundation have also been received for the pharmacy school A master s degree is also being planned for the health administration and education program which helps health care workers who are licensed registered or certified increase their educational level for teaching or becoming administrators As a university Carey is dedicated to meet the needs of those around us said Dr Williams We are very fortunate because we have a visionary president who encourages us to be

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  • Carey Establishes College of Health Sciences | William Carey University
    college comes on the heels of strong enrollment growth in the nursing school and the establishment of the doctoral program in physical therapy in 2014 The School of Nursing has seen an enrollment increase of 18 percent since 2010 on the Mississippi campuses located in Hattiesburg and Biloxi with a continued increase expected for fall 2015 A satellite location in Slidell La is also seeing positive enrollment numbers In 2012 the nursing school introduced the administration and education doctoral program following the Washington D C based Institute of Medicine s recommendation that universities double the number of nurses with a doctorate by 2020 Two years later Carey graduated 21 doctoral nursing students a number more than triple the six doctoral nursing graduates throughout Mississippi in the previous year There are currently 72 students enrolled in the doctoral program with 27 anticipated to graduate this year and another 40 in 2016 The health information management program which started in 2014 and offers a bachelor s degree will also graduate its first class of 26 students in 2015 Another new program started in 2014 the Master of Business Administration Master of Science in nursing dual degree is also seeing growth Carey is also readying the physical therapy doctoral program for its first students The program was established by the Carey Board of Trustees in 2014 and is seeking accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education Fundraising is currently underway to provide for startup costs including renovation of the program s classrooms in Thomas Business Building A total of 1 million has been raised out of a projected need of 1 5 million Students will be eligible to begin pre physical therapy studies in the fall The first doctoral class consisting of 30 students is expected to be admitted in fall 2016 The physical therapy program will be the second of its kind in the state at a time when the need for physical therapists is growing at a rapid rate The U S Bureau of Labor Statistics recently predicted the job growth in the near future in physical therapy to be 36 percent compared to a predicted increase of 20 percent for other medical fields Carey s new programs are designed to meet needs around the state said Dr Williams We are interested in providing for students educationally sound and innovative methods to increase the educational level of health care workers in our state which will subsequently have a positive effect on health care available to the citizens of our state she said Carey has a rich history of providing for medical needs in Mississippi and neighboring states In 1969 Carey acquired the Mather School of Nursing in New Orleans and was approved to offer the bachelor s degree in nursing for the first time at the Hattiesburg campus The degree soon expanded to Carey s then Gulf Coast campus in Gulfport which was relocated to the Tradition Planned Community near Biloxi following Hurricane Katrina The master s degree

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  • Carey Receives Teacher Quality Improvement Grant | William Carey University
    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 are here Home MESSAGE Carey Receives Teacher Quality Improvement Grant The William Carey University School of Education has been awarded a 90 000 grant for teacher quality improvement under Title II of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Title II grants which are awarded in Mississippi by the Board of Trustees of the State Institutions of Higher Learning focus on preparing training and recruiting high quality teachers and principals Twelve grants were awarded in the state this year In order to be considered for the Title II grants an institution had to partner with a local education agency LEA such as a school district and submit a project adequately addressing the College and Career Readiness Standards by assisting teachers in adopting the new standards Priority consideration was given to projects partnering with high need LEAs in addressing the needs of teachers and in developing sustainable intensive and high quality professional development activities The WCU project is a Teacher Leader Institute partnering with school districts in Covington Forrest Lamar Marion and Wayne counties as well as Forrest County Agricultural High School and the Hattiesburg and Petal city districts The Institute s goal is to increase student achievement through instructional leadership The Institute will meet from June 1 26 and will provide opportunities for participants to analyze data specific to their core subjects and schools in order to improve their instructional practices to the rigorous levels required by new state standards Participants will also prepare targeted and ongoing professional development for their schools Twenty teachers from the partnering districts will

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  • Carey Offers J-Term Classes | William Carey University
    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 are here Home MESSAGE Carey Offers J Term Classes William Carey University will offer J Term an opportunity to earn full credit for a college class in a one week period from January 5 9 Both the main campus in Hattiesburg and the Tradition campus in Biloxi will offer J Term classes Undergraduate classes offered at the Hattiesburg campus include

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  • WCU IAA Inaugural Cohort Graduates | William Carey University
    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 are here Home MESSAGE WCU IAA Inaugural Cohort Graduates William Carey University s inaugural cohort of students in the Master of Education in Interscholastic Athletic Administration IAA program graduated during fall commencement exercises on Saturday August 9 The inaugural cohort included 12 students from central and south Mississippi along with several international students The IAA degree is delivered in an executive program format with the goal of students

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