Students to See What’s Cooking at the W

COLUMBUS, Mississippi – Courtesy of MUW and Tyler Wheat

The Mississippi University for Women will soon be holding two sessions for over a hundred interested students from Mississippi high schools to their Culinary Arts Institute building in order to show them how everything works, and perhaps entice them into someday attending the W pursuit of the only BS in Culinary Science offered in the entire state. The two-story facility encompasses over 40 thousand square feet and includes several full, commercial-grade kitchens, a giant bakery with a chocolate room, and classrooms, including one with its own demonstration area up front for hands-on learning.

“We look forward to meeting the state’s future culinary leaders, and are proud to have them on campus,” said Dr. Tracee Watkins, director of the Culinary Arts Institute at The W.

The sessions will include hands-on demonstrations, info about daily life & admissions for program students, followed by a tour of the campus. These events will be held on February 27th and March 26th.

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