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Mississippi College

Faculty Service

The mission and primary focus of Mississippi College is teaching and service, with teaching being recognized as of primary importance. In addition to their teaching responsibilities in both theory and clinical courses, faculty in the School of Nursing are also actively involved in advising pre-nursing and nursing students. Research and scholarly pursuits are encouraged and considered to be a vital component in the process of education.

As part of the professional role, faculty are involved in many professional and community activities. Some examples of volunteer activities in which nursing faculty participate include:

  • Health promotion classes for the Women's Job Corp, Jackson, MS
  • Congregational Health Nursing Workshop
  • Volunteer service for the Ronald McDonald House
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Stewpot Ministry
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
  • Clinton Christian Community Center
  • Van Winkle Elementary School
  • Mission trips to Dominican Republic, India, Belize, Wyoming, Tennessee
  • Teaching English as a second language in China
  • Red Cross nursing for Katrina relief
  • Disaster relief through local churches
  • Katrina relief at the Jackson Trade Mart shelter and various shelters sited in surrounding churches
  • Assistant soft-ball coaching for youth sports organization
  • Pee-wee basketball coach for elementary school
  • Photographer for Clinton High School soccer team
  • Executive Board Member for Preserve Sight in Mississippi
  • Board member for Central Medical Alliance
  • Board member for State Nursing Home Board