Gordy Honors College Alumni
Supporting the Gordy Honors College
As an alumni of the Gordy Honors College you can help continue to offer the great opportunities, academic support, and scholarships to current and future students. By making an annual gift to the Gordy Honors College you not only show your appreciation for what it provided you, but also help the Honors College to continue to support students.
Please note that the scholarships, research grants, study abroad support, Honors Forum Series, and other special programs for students receive no funding from the university. These opportunities and support are totally dependent on private giving. Without the support of alumni and friends of the Gordy Honors College these programs will not exist.
Alumni Community & Events
- Join the Gordy Honors College alumni group on Facebook by searching for "I Survived the Gordy Honors College."
- Please send your contact information to the Honors College so we can send you our newsletter and news about events on campus. Alumni are invited to all Honors College events.
- Contact the Honors College about hosting an alumni event in your area. The Honors College will sponsor events such as luncheons for alumni and friends of the Honors College.
- Help with recruiting: if you know of students in your area that should be interested in the Gordy Honors College please send their name and contact information to the Honors College. You can also encourage them to attend fall or spring Scholars Day. More information about Scholars Day can be found at www.muw.edu.
Lauren Jee, class of 2010, is a law student at the University of Mississippi. In the summer of 2011 she served as the Legal Intern at the National Organization for Women in Washington DC.
Megan Stoner Morgan, class of 2008, is pursuing a PhD in English at the University of Georgia.
Carrie Pate, class of 2007, completed a Master of Social Work degree from the University of GA and earned a L.M.S.W. (Licensed Master Social Worker). She works at Gulf Coast Family Counseling Agency.
Amrita Balachandran, class of 2005, is a PhD candidate in molecular biology at the University of Pittsburgh.
Susie Baker, class of 2006, completed her degree at MSU's College of Veterinary Medicine and is now Dr. Susie Baker Dickerson, DVM. She is currently a veterinarian in South MS.
Leigh Pourciau, class of 2008, is part of a team of teachers receiving ongoing Professional Development through the Mississippi Writing/Thinking Institute.
Karen Ziegler, class of 2000, graduated from law school and works at the Children's Hospital Foundation in Tuscaloosa, AL.