Student of the Month
Ole Miss School of Education
Kelly Slater is an senior English education major at the UM School of Education and due to his outstanding work with the Ole Miss international community, the Moss Point native was selected as the October Student of the Month. When Slater is not studying or student teaching, he can be found helping international students prepare for their English language tests. Slater recently took time out of his busy schedule to sit down and discuss his time at UM. [Read More…]
Daria Katherina is one of the newest faculty members at Aberdeen High School and the School of Education September Student of the Month. The Oxford native graduated from Ole Miss in 2014 where she majored in English and minored in Spanish. She Joined Mississippi Teacher Corps in June to embark on a career in teaching, while also earning a master’s degree in curriculum & instruction from UM. Katherina recently set aside some time during her planning period to speak with us about her experiences in the Teacher Corps. [Read More…]
August Student of the Month Chelsea Walters is a SOE graduate student working on a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction. When she’s not in class, Walters works as a graduate assistant at UM’s Willie Price Lab School. The Texas native has been with the SOE since her freshman year of college where she earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education with an endorsement in special education. Walker recently took some time to sit down with us to discuss her current and past work here at the SOE. [Read More…]
When Susie Ogden isn’t spending time with her father who just flew in from Moscow or calling her sister in Amsterdam, she’s hard at work acing tests and being selected as the UM School of Education’s July Student of the Month.
The Mississippi native will start her senior year at Ole Miss in the fall as she pursues a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. Ogden recently sat down with us and tell us about her Ole Miss experience.
While many students spend summer vacation at home or some sunny beach, SOE junior Kaypounyers Maye, aka “Kay P,” is helping incoming freshmen and transfer students get their first taste of life at Ole Miss as a UM orientation leader.