Vincent honored at ceremony

  • Wednesday, 11 October 2017 11:01

Josh VincentMOORHEAD – Mississippi Delta Community College art instructor Josh Vincent of Indianola, Miss., was recently recognized as MDCC’s 2017 Humanities Teacher of the Year.

On Oct. 16, Vincent will be honored during an awards ceremony on the Moorhead, Miss., campus and present, “Twerking with Technology, Millennials in the Arts.” He will also be honored at the Mississippi Humanities Council Awards Banquet in Jackson in February of 2018.

Vincent earned his bachelor’s degree from Delta State University and a master’s degree from the University of South Carolina. He and his wife, Cat, have one daughter, Olivie.

October is Arts and Humanities Month, proclaimed annually by the President and Governor. To honor the event, the President or appropriate dean of each institution of higher learning in the state nominates a faculty member for the Humanities Teacher Award.

MDCC congratulates Josh Vincent on achieving this honor.

Jordan named Humanities Teacher of the Year

  • Wednesday, 16 November 2016 15:14

jordan head shotMississippi Delta Community College psychology instructor Sheba Jordan, of Greenville, was recently recognized as MDCC’s 2016 Humanities Teacher of the Year.

During the Nov. 16 awards ceremony on the Moorhead campus, Jordan presented, “Humanities: Socio-Cultural Theory.” She will also be honored at the Mississippi Humanities Council Awards Banquet in Jackson in February of 2017.

Jordan has been an employee at MDCC for three years. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and a master’s from William Carey University. She also attended Mississippi State University where she received her doctorate degree. She and her husband, Dwayne have a 6-year-old son named DJ.

October is Arts and Humanities Month, proclaimed annually by the President and Governor. To honor the event, the President or appropriate dean of each institution of higher learning in the state nominates a faculty member for the Humanities Teacher Award.

MDCC congratulations Sheba Jordan on achieving this honor.

Humanities Award

  • Tuesday, 18 November 2014 09:42

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Woodard Honored at Ceremony

Mississippi Delta Community College art instructor Jennifer Woodard of Rolling Fork, Miss., was recently recognized as MDCC’s 2014 Humanities Teacher of the Year.

During the Nov. 5 awards ceremony on the Moorhead, Miss., campus, Woodard presented, “An Introduction to Raku Pottery.” She will also be honored at the Mississippi Humanities Council Awards Banquet in Jackson in February of 2015.

A MDCC employee since 2001, Woodard earned her bachelor’s degree from Delta State University and her master’s degree from Mississippi College. She and her husband, Allen, have three children, Roselea, Jilly, and Walt.

October is Arts and Humanities Month, proclaimed annually by the President and Governor. To honor the event, the President or appropriate dean of each institution of higher learning in the state nominates a faculty member for the Humanities Teacher Award.

MDCC congratulations Jennifer Woodard on achieving this honor.