University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS)

 - Class of 2002

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Honey Witt, 2001 graduate, prepares herself for the march into the Grove with the School of Education banner. The new markers on University Avenue marking entrance to the campus is right by the Education Building. Chip Mitchell recruits some education majors for the Teach for America program. About the School of Education -Date established: 1903 -Undergraduates in the school of educa- tion can chose from these programs elementary education, special educa- tion, and secondary education -Special programs offered through the school: The Barksdale Reading Institute, Mississippi Teacher Fellowship Program, World Class Teacher Program, Mississippi Teacher Corps, North Mississippi Education Consortium, Making Excellent New Teachers of Reading Source: School of Education Website -PHOTOS BY JEREMY LODEN School oj Education |Rfl

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School of Education Education Building Date built: 1929 Date expanded: 1956 li.irksibli Rcudi Mi-.sissippi iiaclnr f urpv Mivsisvippi h.ulur FeUonihip Procrjni Niulh Mississippi h Hut Jtt.ui ( onsorlium World Qa ffacfciai Ctntti -JEREMY LODEN Since 1903, The School of Education has been preparing students to be professional teachers and educational administrators. Through classroom instruction, research and field experiences, the School of Educations goal is to " prepare skilled professionals who positively and effectively interact with all persons regardless of race, culture, gender, age, ability and or development levels! ' Students who desire to receive a degree in elementary education will acquire the skills to become a positive influence on young minds. Ultimately, they will frame the cognitive and social development of these children. This field of education interacts with children in kindergarten through sixth grade. Students who receive degrees in secondary education learn the effective classroom management and teaching methods needed to work with children in grades seven through twelve. They will strive to mold the minds of pre-teens and teens. They will also provide guidance that will aid students in goal attainment. The School of Education also offers degrees in special education. These students learn how to teach, relate and communicate with a diverse group of learners. They also concentrate on providing one on one attention to the kids. The University of Mississippi ' s education department emphasizes that teachers are life long learners. These life long learners are responsible for turning students ' aspirations into achievements and dreams into reality. -WRITTEN BY ASHLEY JONES © Academics



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School of Engineering Carrier Hall Date built: 1970 Sister building: Anderson Hall Contains: Deans Office and the departments of Civil Engineering, Geology and Geological Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. Center for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering. Named for: Robert M. Carrier, one of the Gniversitys most generous benefactors, also endowing a large academic scholarship fund, donating considerable funds to athletic programs, and donating the Carrier Home, the Chancellors residence. -JEREMY LODEN The School of Engineering at The University of Mississippi " strives to continuously improve the quality of teaching, research and service! ' It was founded in 1900. It is the oldest engineering school in the state. The dean of the school is Dr. Kai Fong Lee. The School of Engineering is nationally and internationally respected in seven areas including: computational hydroscience and engineering, electromagnetic fields and waves, composite materials processing, marine materials and mining technology, heat transfer and energy conservation, highway pave- ments and telecommunications. The School of Engineering undergraduate programs include chemical, civil, electrical, geological and mechanical engineering along with telecommunications and computer science. The school houses the National Center for Computational Hydroscience (NCCHE), The Composite Materials Research Group (CMRG) and The Mississippi Resources Institute (MMRI). Students working with these programs and the School of Engineering are working to prevent pollution from pesticides, make our water safer, make our home more efficient, make our highways smoother and make our airplanes faster. The School of Engineering is also home to many prestigious honor societies including Tau Beta Pi Association, Chi Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Gamma Epsilon and the Student Branch of the American societies of Chemical Engineers, Civil Engineers, and Mechanical Engineers. The University of Mississippi chapter of Chi Epsilon was established in 1937 and was the first to be authorized in all of the southeastern states. -WRITTEN BY KELLEY HUNSBERGER © Academics

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