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Students enrolled in the Precision Manufacturing & Machining program at The Communiversity are taught on the latest industrial equipment in use today. Instructors Ronnie Guy, at left, and James Pugh are pictured here in the program’s lab.
COMMUNIVERSITY AT EMCC FILLING SKILLS GAP FOR IN-DEMAND, HIGH-TECH JOBSAugust 4, 2020

A skills gap has resulted in a growing demand nationwide for employees trained to work in today's evolving field of advanced manufacturing, which utilizes robotics, automation and innovative technologies to streamline production processes, according to industry experts.

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The American Welding Society (AWS) Foundation has awarded scholarships to three students enrolled in welding programs offered at East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus.
EMCC WELDING STUDENTS AWARDED COMPETITIVE SCHOLARSHIPSJuly 30, 2020

The American Welding Society (AWS) Foundation has awarded scholarships to three students enrolled in welding programs offered at East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus.

East Mississippi Community College is offering multiple options for students to register for the Fall 2020 term.
EMCC OFFERING MULTIPLE REGISTRATION OPTIONS FOR FALL TERMJuly 27, 2020

Students have more options than ever to register at East Mississippi Community College for the upcoming Fall 2020 term that begins Aug. 17.

SmartAsset ranked East Mississippi Community College 12th in the nation in “The Best Community Colleges in the U.S. — 2020 Edition.”
SMART ASSET RANKS EMCC 12TH IN NATION IN 'BEST COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN THE U.S.'July 26, 2020

SmartAsset ranked East Mississippi Community College 12th in the nation in "The Best Community Colleges in the U.S. -- 2020 Edition."

East Mississippi Community College’s Division of Nursing and Allied Health conducted a drive-through pinning ceremony Saturday, July 25, at 10 a.m. at The Communiversity at EMCC for students enrolled in the Practical Nursing, Surgical Technology and Paramedic programs.
EMCC DIVISION OF NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH CONDUCTS DRIVE-THROUGH GRADUATIONJuly 25, 2020

EMCC DIVISION OF NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH CONDUCTS DRIVE-THROUGH PINNING CEREMONY

Dr. Reuben Burch, associate director of Human Factors & Athlete Engineering at MSU’s Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems, at left, and The Communiversity at East Mississippi Community College Executive Director Dr. Courtney Taylor visit prior to the start of an Aug. 8 Zoom conference in which they spoke with industry leaders about the adaptation of sports wearable technology for use as a tool to combat the novel coronavirus.
EMCC, MSU TOUT USE OF SPORTS WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY AGAINST COVID-19July 23, 2020

Cutting edge technology used by collegiate and professional sports teams to enhance athletes' performance has been adapted for industrial use to help reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus amongst employees, according to information provided to regional industry leaders during a Zoom virtual conference hosted by Athlete Engineering at Mississippi State University and The Communiversity at East Mississippi Community College.

East Mississippi Community College graduate Camille Cooper works on a lab assignment at The Communiversity in this file photo. Cooper was among five students nationwide chosen to participate in an online webinar on challenges students have faced as a result of the novel coronavirus.
EMCC ALUMNA SITS ON NATIONAL PANEL HOSTED BY STUDENT ADVOCACY COALITIONJuly 22, 2020

Recent East Mississippi Community College graduate Camille Cooper was one of five students nationwide who participated in a webinar titled "Today's Students Speak Up: The Student Perspective on College This Fall."

Students enrolled in East Mississippi Community College’s Division of Nursing and Allied Health participate in a March medical emergency simulation prior to the outbreak of the coronavirus. A drive-by graduation for students in the Paramedic, Practical Nursing and Surgical Technology programs will take place July 25.
EMCC DIVISION OF ALLIED HEALTH TO CONDUCT DRIVE-THROUGH GRADUATIONJuly 10, 2020

East Mississippi Community College's Division of Nursing and Allied Health will conduct a drive-through graduation ceremony Saturday, July 25, at 10 a.m. at The Communiversity at EMCC for students enrolled in the Paramedic, Practical Nursing and Surgical Technology programs.

Longtime East Mississippi Community College employee Dr. James L. Rush has been named the college’s vice president of instruction.
EMCC NAMES DR. JAMES L. RUSH VP OF INSTRUCTIONJuly 6, 2020

Longtime East Mississippi Community College employee Dr. James L. Rush has been named the college's vice president of instruction.

Athlete Engineering at Mississippi State University and The Communiversity at East Mississippi Community College are hosting an online Zoom discussion to examine how wearable technology widely used in sports can benefit industry.
JOIN THE CONVERSATION: WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY AND THE FUTURE OF SMART PPEJuly 1, 2020

Athlete Engineering at Mississippi State University and The Communiversity at East Mississippi Community College are hosting an online Zoom discussion to examine how wearable technology widely used in sports can benefit industry.

Tentative plans are in the works for East Mississippi Community College’s Columbus Air Force Base Extension to resume in-class instruction for the fall term that begins Aug. 17.
EMCC CAFB EXTENSION EYES POSSIBLE RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATIONSJune 30, 2020

Tentative plans are in the works for East Mississippi Community College's Columbus Air Force Base Extension to resume in-class instruction for the fall term that begins Aug. 17.

Don Rodney “Radio” Vaughan, a speech, theater and journalism instructor at East Mississippi Community College broadcasts a segment over the college’s radio station, WGTC 92.7 FM in this EMCC file photo. Vaughan is also the manager of the radio station.
EMCC RADIO REMAINS ON AIR THROUGHOUT PANDEMICJune 25, 2020

East Mississippi Community College's radio station on the Golden Triangle campus hasn't missed a beat since March 23 when colleges in Mississippi transitioned to online instruction in response to the novel coronavirus.

East Mississippi Community College students who need help with writing assignments can take advantage of free online tutoring services available through the college’s Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses.
WRITING CONSULTANTS PROVIDING STUDENTS FREE ONLINE SERVICESJune 21, 2020

East Mississippi Community College students who need help with writing assignments can take advantage of free online tutoring services available through the college's Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses.

A student in East Mississippi Community College’s HVAC program works on a lab assignment. HVAC is among several short-term training programs available to area residents who qualify through the Skills2Work program.
EMCC OFFERING WORKFORCE TRAINING TO ELIGIBLE SNAP RECIPIENTSJune 17, 2020

Area residents who qualify can get free short-term workforce training at East Mississippi Community College through the Skills2Work (S2W) program.

For the first time, East Mississippi Community College’s eLearning Department will offer four-week online classes during the July term.
EMCC REGISTERING STUDENTS FOR 'JULY FOUR-WEEK' TERMJune 16, 2020

For the first time, East Mississippi Community College's eLearning Department will offer four-week online classes during the July term.

East Mississippi Community College President Dr. Scott Alsobrooks has announced the Spring 2020 Semester Honor Roll students.
SPRING 2020 SEMESTER HONOR ROLL STUDENTSJune 11, 2020

East Mississippi Community College President Dr. Scott Alsobrooks has announced the Spring 2020 Semester Honor Roll students.

All 15 colleges in the Mississippi Association of Community Colleges system plan to resume traditional operations and classes on their campuses this fall, according to a statement issued June 10 by the MACC President’s Association.
MS COMMUNITY COLLEGES TO RESUME TRADITIONAL CLASSES IN FALLJune 10, 2020

All 15 colleges in the Mississippi Association of Community Colleges system plan to resume traditional operations and classes on their campuses this fall, according to a statement issued June 10 by the MACC President's Association.

East Mississippi Community College Golf and Recreational Turf Management student Payton Smith patches the baseball mound on Mississippi State University’s Dudy Noble Field. Smith, who graduates from EMCC in December, works on MSU’s ground crew and has landed a paid internship working on the football field at the Kansas City Chief’s summer training camp.
EMCC STUDENT SCORES INTERNSHIP WITH KANSAS CITY CHIEFSMay 27, 2020

East Mississippi Community College Golf and Recreational Turf Management student Payton Smith patches the baseball mound on Mississippi State University's Dudy Noble Field. Smith, who graduates from EMCC in December, works on MSU's ground crew and has landed a paid internship working on the football field at the Kansas City Chief's summer training camp.

East Mississippi Community College art major Sarah Robertson is among more than 1,500 students at the college expected to receive federal funds to offset impacts caused by the coronavirus.
EMCC DISBURSING $1.7M IN CARES ACT FUNDING TO STUDENTSMay 21, 2020

EMCC received approximately $1.7 million through the CARES Act to disburse to students to counter any economic hardships they may have experienced because of the global pandemic and a subsequent shift from in-class instruction to online classes.

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