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WCU faculty member and student recognized by the MS Legislature

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - A faculty member and student at William Carey University are among 68 faculty and students from 34 Mississippi colleges and universities to receive recognition from the Mississippi Legislature.

Associate professor of biology Dr. Randall Harris and chemistry major Berquin Feese were recognized during the Higher Education Appreciation Day – Working for Academic Excellence  (HEADWAE) program.

HEADWAE honors individual academic achievement and the general input to the state's public and private institutions of higher learning.

The 2010 – 2011 Appreciation Day, hosted by the Legislature in Jackson, was held on Feb. 3. On the Appreciation Day, the honorees were greeted by Lieutenant Governor Phil Bryant, recognized in each chamber of the Legislature and honored at a luncheon.

Dr. Randall Harris is an association professor of biology and microbiology in the College of Osteopathic Medicine at William Carey University.

Berquin Feese is a senior chemistry major and mathematics minor from Purvis. 

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