Student of the Month
Ole Miss School of Education
Alison Chamberlain is a graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in higher education at the Ole Miss School of Education. Chamberlain received her bachelor’s degree from Alma College in Alma, Michigan, where she majored in history and minored in chemistry.
The Harrison Township native said that she relocated to the South to get away from the bitter cold and for a change in scenery. Alma is a small, private college with an enrollment totaling less than 1,500. Chamberlain said that UM was a welcomed change of pace [Read More…]
Kristen Saltzman is a senior at the UM School of Education majoring in elementary education. The Terry native is the current president of the Ole Miss chapter of Teachers of Tomorrow (TOT), an organization she has worked with since her junior year.
TOT is a student organization and is an extension of the Mississippi Association of Educators. The goal of the organization is to support P-12 students through service by students of teacher education. TOT offers several community outreach programs where they engage students from local elementary schools in various activities such as [Read More…]
SOE graduate student Efia Mentuhotep is currently in her third year of doctoral study in mathematics education at the UM School of Education. The Chicago native moved to Pachuta, Mississippi, during her junior year of high school. After graduating from Jones County Junior College and Delta State University, she took teaching positions in Jasper and Clarke counties.
UM Teacher Candidate Ashlyn Haskins is thrilled to begin her career as a teacher this fall. The Puckett, Mississippi, native is currently finishing her last days at the School of Education as a student worker at the North Mississippi Education Consortium (NMEC), where she has worked throughout both her undergraduate and master’s studies at Ole Miss. For Haskins, education is a family calling.
“I became a teacher because my grandfather was a principal for 30 years [Read More…]
Ole Miss graduate student Jessica Peralta is all set to begin her first year of teaching next fall and the Mooreville native has already received a substantial bonus—she’s the first Mississippian to ever receive a Knowles Science Teaching Foundation Fellowship worth $175,000.
A five-year fellowship for early-career STEM teachers across the country, the program will offer financial support to assist Peralta with grants for classroom materials, professional development, networking [Read More…]