Meh Lady Yearbooks (Beulah Culbertson Archives and Special Collections)The Meh Lady was the annual published to commemorate the events of each school year. With the exceptions of 1913-1916 and 1918-1921, the publication ran from 1902-2004. At the beginning of its run, the Meh Lady contained original art and written compositions created by students, including Eudora Welty, who was on staff from 1926-1927. The contents of the Meh Lady took on many forms in the 95 years it was published, reflecting the changes taking place on campus. These yearbooks represent the history of the W through the eyes of students and are an invaluable resource for the W community.
Beulah Culbertson Archives and Special Collections would like to extend our thanks to Amanda Powers, Dean of Fant Memorial Library and the Mississippi University for Women Foundation for their support and guidance in completing this project. Special recognition goes to archives student assistants Georgia Wood and Maggie Ellis for their digitizing efforts.
Content Note: We recognize that items in this collection use outdated, prejudiced, and/or racist language, images, and ideas. These items do not reflect the principles and values of the Beulah Culbertson Archives and Special Collections and are instead a reflection of a particular time. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.
Merge (Undergraduate Research)
Merge is a multidisciplinary undergraduate research publication housed in the Ina E. Gordy Honors College at Mississippi University for Women. The editorial staff is made up of members of the Honors College and encourages submissions from students across the university. Our purpose is to promote quality research from students of every academic discipline and level by giving them a platform for sharing their research.
Mississippi Undergraduate Honors Conference (Conferences and Events)
This annual conference organized by collegiate honors programs throughout Mississippi provides students the opportunity to share their own research, hear about the research of their honors peers, and learn more about other Mississippi colleges and universities. The conference is celebrating its tenth meeting, having begun in 2013.
The 2022 conference is virtual, featuring live streamed oral and poster presentations by students in Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM.
2022 Conference Schedule
9:00-10:00 Oral Presentations
Concurrent Session I: Humanities
Concurrent Session II: Social Sciences
10:15-11:15 Oral Presentations
Concurrent Session I: Social Sciences