Contact: Sasha Steinberg
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Twenty-three top Mississippi State students are leaders of the university’s 2017-18 orientation programs.
Working with the Office of Admissions and Scholarships, MSU Orientation Leaders provide assistance and share their knowledge of the 138-year-old land-grant institution with incoming freshmen and transfer students—and their parents—during each school year’s registration and information sessions.
Ranging from sophomores to seniors, members were selected through a rigorous screening process. This year, 78 students were considered.
The 2017-18 group includes (by hometown):
BILOXI—Haleigh K. Smith, a junior biological sciences/pre-dental major.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama—Nicolas D. “Nick” Harris, a junior communication/public relations major.
BRANDON—Carol E. Dukes, a junior communication/public relations major.
CARUTHERSVILLE, Missouri—Anne Marie Currie, a junior biochemistry/pre-dental major.
CLARKSDALE—Dardanius L. “J.R.” Coleman, a sophomore communication/broadcasting major.
DYERSBURG, Tennessee—Suzanne T. Schultz, a senior agricultural information science/agricultural leadership major.
GREENVILLE—Kendall E. Fiser, a senior communication/public relations major.
GULFPORT—Allison G. “Allie” Nichols, a sophomore secondary education/English education major.
HATTIESBURG—Anna C. “Katie” Bostick, a sophomore pre-accounting major.
JACKSON—Phyliceia Z.A. “FeFe” Brown, a junior communication/broadcasting and public relations major; and Jacquelyn E. Massey, a junior communication/public relations major.
KENNESAW, Georgia—Grady P. Miller, a sophomore civil engineering major.
MADISON—Ian D. Carmichael, a sophomore kinesiology/clinical exercise physiology major; Harrison Case, a senior marketing and fashion design and merchandising double-major; Elizabeth A. “Eliza” Heidelberg, a junior communication/public relations and broadcasting major; Gage G. McCarty, a junior kinesiology/clinical exercise physiology major; and Emily E. Turner, a sophomore pre-accounting major.
NESBIT—Tyler Renfrow, a sophomore biological sciences/pre-optometry major.
RIDGELAND—Katherine G. “Katie” Carter, a sophomore psychology major.
SENATOBIA—Hugo G. Garcia, a sophomore marketing/international business and foreign language/French double-major.
SHELBY—Ray T. Butler, a senior communication/public relations major.
STARKVILLE—Lacey M. Reed, a junior kinesiology/sport studies major; and sophomore Meghan A. Wolf, a communication/public relations major.
For complete orientation details, visit www.admissions.msstate.edu/admitted/orientation. Follow MSU Admissions on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @MSStateAdmit.
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