Student of the Month
Ole Miss School of Education
Saltillo native Anna Feather is a graduate student studying school counseling at the UM School of Education. When she isn’t spending time with her biological family, she’s spending her days with her adopted family— her M.Ed. cohort.
Feather earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from UM with the intention of becoming a registered play therapist. She has since veered from that path toward professional school counseling and hopes to one day work with elementary or middle school students. We recently sat down with Feather to talk about her counseling program at UM. [Read More…]
An elementary education major and Grenada native, Lindsey Leggett, would love to give back to the Mississippi community that has given her so much through education. Leggett has high aspirations for herself, which can be seen in her 4.0 GPA, active involvement in the Mississippi Association of Educators (MAE) and Teachers of Tomorrow programs, and her passion for service. Her “can do” attitude shines from her coursework to her extra efforts outside of the classroom. To top it off, she was recently awarded the MAE Charles A. Johnson Scholarship. Leggett took time out of her busy schedule as a student, wife and mother, to sit down with us and reflect on her time as an Ole Miss student. [Read More…]
February Student of the Month Lydia Hayes is finishing her final semester as a graduate student in the SOE’s M.A. in Higher Education/Student Personnel program. For nearly two years, the Monticello, Minnesota, native has served as a UM Graduate Community Director overseeing 12 community assistants working in student housing. Whether its developing programs for the residence halls or working one-on-one with her residents, Hayes’ passion for college students [Read More…]
SOE teacher candidate Jessica Martin has a jam-packed schedule this year. In a given week, Martin can be found studying, tutoring, volunteering with Teachers of Tomorrow or helping her clinical instructor at Bramlett Elementary School manage a classroom. To top it off, the Atlanta native is the SOE’s February Student of the Month. The senior, special education major recently sat down with us to tell us about her experience at UM. [Read More…]
When Abbie Aiello isn’t working as a graduate assistant for two SOE professors or assisting first-year teachers in local classrooms, the Benton, Louisiana, native can be found in Guyton Hall working on a research project or studying for her next exam. Aiello’s dedication to her craft and her work at the Ole Miss School of Education are just two of the many reasons SOE faculty and staff have selected her as the December Education Student of the Month. Aiello managed to break away from her work for a few minutes to tell us about her time with SOE. [Read More…]