Belhaven Graduate is Recognized by the Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi
April 4, 2011: Belhaven University graduate, Gloria Miller, was honored by the Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi for her commitment and contributions to the HEADWEA (Higher-Education Day - Working for Academic Success) program. The HEADWEA program was established by Mississippi State Legislator in 1987 as a way of honoring talented students and faculty of Mississippi's higher education institutes. Its goal is to encourage excellence, increase knowledge, and promote good citizens prepared to meet future challenges.
She is currently the Coordinator of Student Affairs and P-20 Initiatives for the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning. Miller received her Bachelors in Business Administration in 2007 from Belhaven University and is pursuing her Masters in Public Policy and Administration from JSU. "Encouraging people that higher education is attainable has been a goal of mine throughout my career," says Miller. "It is an honor to be recognized."
Belhaven proudly stands among the select Christian colleges and universities that offer a unique general core curriculum encouraging the development of a personal worldview. The university believes a Christian worldview is a key to preparing men and women academically and spiritually to serve Christ Jesus in their careers, in human relationships, and in the world of ideas.
Founded in 1883, Belhaven University now serves over 3,000 students from campuses in Jackson, Memphis, Orlando, Houston, Chattanooga, Atlanta and online, offering traditional undergraduate degrees, graduate and adult degree programs, and online degree programs.
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