Copiah-Lincoln Community College Foundation inducted four new members into its Hall of Fame at a major donor appreciation banquet held March 22 at the Thames Center on the college's Wesson campus. Those inducted were Bank of Franklin, Dr. Dennis Granberry of Hattiesburg, Lamar and Pauline Stokes of Summit and Short Line Implement Company.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Foundation recently provided iPads to be given away to five lucky high school science teachers during the annual Science Quest competition held on the Wesson campus.
What would life be like without teachers, doctors or firefighters? Every day Americans are hard at work on farms, factories, in homes or at desks keeping our communities thriving. Copiah-Lincoln Community College, in cooperation with the Mississippi Humanities Council, will explore the professions and the people that sustain American society when it hosts “The Way We Worked,” a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition.
Six outstanding sophomores were recently honored by the Mississippi Legislature as members of the 2014 All-Mississippi Academic Team.
Jacob Tarver of Wesson, a sophomore at Copiah-Lincoln Community College has been named a 2014 Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Gold Scholar.
Georgia-Pacific Monticello announced a $5,000 grant to support the Robotics Program at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson.Â The grant will also go toward sponsorship of the Co-Lin SeaWolves Underwater Robotics Engineering team, also known as "S.U.R.E."
Co-Lin’s Automotive Technology Program has added five new pieces of equipment. The equipment will be used in automotive technology courses labs, but will be specifically used to prepare the program for certification.
Co-Lin's Workforce Education Division recognized three businesses and industries for their service and partnership at the annual Business and Industry Appreciation Luncheon held Thursday at The Thames Center on the college’s Wesson Campus. The Career, Technical and Workforce Education division annually honors businesses or organizations that have provided exceptional support for Co-Lin students.
Dr. Jim Brewer, founder of the Mississippi Musician’s Hall of Fame (far left), recently presented Co-Lin with the first copy of the new documentary “Mississippi: the Birthplace of America’s Music.”
|Thu Apr 24|
100 Years in the Educational Industry - Copiah-Lincoln Community College 11:00 a.m., Mutton Building, Wesson Campus
|Mon Apr 28|
MSVCC Term Ends
|Tue Apr 29|
Panel Discussion: Evolution of Unions & Possible Remifications of the Formation of the National Collegiate Athletic Players Association, 1 p.m., Mutton Building, Wesson Campus
|Thu May 01|
First Job Experiences, A Main Street Stories Project: Creation of a DVD 11 a.m., Mutton Building Wesson Campus
|Mon May 05|
Graduation Rehearsal 11 a.m., Rea Auditorium, Wesson Campus