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Pictured is Elizabeth Shelby, an administrative assistant for Holmes Community College's admissions and financial aid offices, who completed the Paralegal Technology program at Holmes and passed the Accredited Legal Professional Exam.

Shelby earns paralegal certification

Holmes Community College administrative assistant Elizabeth Shelby completed the Paralegal Technology program at Holmes and passed the Accredited Legal Professional Exam given by the National Association of Legal Professionals. Shelby, who works in admissions and financial aid on the Ridgeland Campus, plans to continue her education at Mississippi State University and eventually earn a master's degree. Read more

Pictured is recent Holmes Community College alumna Sykina Butts of Kilmichael. Butts recently landed a research assistant position with the University of Utah’s Applied Cognition Lab for the summer of 2019.

Holmes alumna lands University of Utah assistantship

Recent Holmes Community College alumna Sykina Butts of Kilmichael landed a research assistant position with the University of Utah's Applied Cognition Lab for the summer of 2019. As a research assistant, she will assist cognitive psychologists Dr. Joel Cooper and David Strayer with studies concerning the measurement of driver attention and distraction. Butts first met Dr. Cooper when Phi Theta Kappa honor society hosted a "Think and Drive" seminar on Oct. 16 on the Holmes Grenada Campus. Read more

Pictured is Jay Wilson, a history instructor on the Holmes Community College Grenada Campus, who has been named the 2019 Humanities Teacher of the Year. He will present his lecture, “Mississippi’s Monumental Men: Jefferson Davis and J. Z. George,” on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. in the Corey Forum on the Grenada Campus.

Holmes selects Wilson as Humanities Teacher of the Year

Jay Wilson, a history instructor on the Grenada Campus, was selected as the 2018-2019 Holmes Community College Humanities Teacher of the Year. He will deliver his scholarly presentation, "Mississippi's Monumental Men: Jefferson Davis and J. Z. George," on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. in the Corey Forum on the Grenada Campus. The lecture is free and the public is encouraged to attend. A reception will follow the presentation. Read more

President's/Dean's Lists named for Fall Semester

Academic and technical students with exemplary quality point averages are recognized at the end of the fall and spring semesters by being named to the President's or Dean's list. To be eligible for such recognition a student must be enrolled in at least twelve semester hours. Read more