ISSUE 10 ~ November 2010 OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER www.msfirstalumnae.com
 
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ALUMNAE CRITICAL
TO RECRUITMENT
OF FUTURE
W STUDENTS
When it comes to recruiting a new generation of W girls and guys, alumnae play an important role in encouraging potential students to consider our alma mater. Part of our collective responsibility as supportive MUW graduates is to guide dedicated, smart and enthusiastic...
 
Chapter Development Activities unite alums coast to coast
Chapter Development Activities unite alums coast to coast
Outreach and relationship-building with alumnae in areas where there are active chapters as well as those without a presence is a priority for the Chapter Development Committee of Mississippi's First Alumnae Association.
  
MFAeA 
faculty grants
and awards MFAeA faculty grants and awards
Mississippi's First Alumnae Association awarded three Faculty Enhancement Grants and a New Faculty Award at the close of the Spring 2010...
Alumna named
interim president
Alumna named interim president
Allegra Brigham, '69, replaces retiring president Claudia A. Limbert.     
  The Free Speech Zone Welcome to "The Free Speech Zone."
The freedom to speak without censorship is fundamental to American democracy -- and it's important to us, too! This issue: "What qualifications and characteristics do you think the next President of MUW should possess?"

Nomination process under way for spring election
The 2011 election process is about to begin and the Nominating Committee of Mississippi's First Alumnae Association needs your help.
A Letter from our President President's Letter
Dear W Alums, I am so fortunate to live here in Columbus and to have The W as a part of my daily life. The campus is beautiful this time of year, and I love to stroll around the grounds...                            
W alums produce books set in the South
W alums Jimmie Meese Moomaw '58 and Dusty Thompson '93 can now add "published author" to their respective list of accomplishments.

George Stoner receives Legacy Scholarship
George Stoner, a freshman from Caledonia, Miss., is the first recipient of the Legacy Scholarship.
Applications welcome for MFAeA's Legacy Scholarship
  Nominations
sought for 2011
Alumnae
Achievement
Awards Nominations sought for 2011 Alumnae Achievement Awards
Homecoming 2011 will mark the 30th anniversary of the MUW Alumnae Achievement Award. This prestigious award is presented each year to up to five MUW alumnae who have made significant contributions in time, effort and loyalty to their country, their state and/or Mississippi University for Women.
UPCOMING EVENTS
MFAeA Winter Board Meeting
Jan. 14-15, 2011
Homecoming
April 15-17, 2011
MFAeA Annual Meeting & Spring Board of Directors
April 15-16, 2011
The purpose of the MFAeA newsletter is to:
Celebrate Mississippi University for Women and her alumnae; Bring people together through the sharing of information; and Highlight inspirational examples of achievement, success and vision for the future.
Mississippi's First Alumnae Association, the original and historic alumnae organization, is not affiliated with Mississippi University for Women. The views expressed by this organization and its members do not represent the views of the University or its employees.
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