The Honors College Minority Engagement Council has elected its new executive team for the 2020-2021 school year. Please check out their page for the results, and be sure to follow HoCoMEC on Instagram.
We are thrilled to announce that SMBHC student Joshua Mannery is a Truman Scholarship finalist! There were over 800 applications and 60 awards are made annually. Joshua will now proceed to final round interviews in Nashville, TN, on March 18th. Joshua is a Political Science and English double major from Jackson, MS. Passionately believing in […]
The Honors College Minority Engagement Club (HoCoMEC) now has a page on the SMBHC website! Visit here to learn about the club’s mission and to see a list of the executive board members.
Some honors ambassadors and members of the Honors Senate and Honors College Minority Engagement Club mailed Valentine cards to some of our SMBHC donors as a sweet way of saying, “Thanks!” Students are afforded extraordinary opportunities thanks to our donors’ generosity, and we are grateful. If you would like to make a contribution to the […]
Last week, Interim Associate Dean Jennifer Parsons, Nakiyah Jordan (SMBHC 21), Jarvis Benson (SMBHC 19), Swetha Manivannan (SMBHC 21), and Ajah Singleton (SMBHC 22) traveled to Conway, Arkansas for the National Society for Minorities in Honors 3rd Annual National Conference. Swetha successfully led a roundtable discussion on Bridging the Racial and Cultural Gap. The conference […]