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  • Alcorn alumnus Duvalier Malone delivers sound advice at Jefferson County High School Commencement

    Alcorn State University alumnus and Fayette, Miss. native Duvalier Malone represented his alma mater during Jefferson County High School’s 2015 Commencement.

    Malone, who was the keynote speaker, delivered a powerful message to more than 50 Jefferson High School graduates Friday, May 22 in Fayette, Miss on the school’s football field. He gave the graduates a lesson in hard work and accomplishing their dreams.

  • Alcorn’s Carla Williams invited to HRO Today Forum in Philadelphia, Pa.

    Human Resources Director for Alcorn State University Carla Williams was recognized for her accomplishments in the area of human resources.

    Williams was among 10 finalists nominated to receive the Chief Human Resource Officer of the Year Award May 3-4 at the HRO Today Forum in Philadelphia, Pa. The awards program celebrated the professional accomplishments of the leading human recourses practitioners. During the awards program, Williams was able to network with other leaders and share ideas for current and future needs in the human resources field.

  • Alcorn’s Joey Mitchell earns doctorate degree

    Alcorn State University’s Director of Career Services Dr. Joey Mitchell recently accomplished a milestone in his educational career.

    Mitchell earned a doctorate degree in professional counseling from Mississippi College Friday, May 8. His new degree will give him the leverage he needs to play an important role in various capacities where counseling is involved.

  • Alcorn alumna April Green becomes owner of dance studio

    At the age of four, April Green’s mother entered her into a dance contest in which she won the grand prize for her performance. It was in that moment when Green realized that dancing was her passion.

    “I have had a love for dancing every since I was four,” said Green, a Vicksburg, Miss. native. “I danced for most of my childhood and even performed during halftime of a few NFL games in my young adult years.”