DHS students attend GSIS at University of Memphis
Posted: Thursday, June 24, 2010 9:08 pm
The Press 6.24.10 Benjamin “Ben” Herron and Tiana Winstead, both students at Dresden High School, attended the 2010 Governor’s School for International Studies (GSIS) at the University of Memphis.
GSIS provides a five-week-long immersion into our world of global cultures, languages, and perspectives.
Participants earn six credit hours of college coursework.
Herron is the son of Roy and Nancy Miller-Herron of Dresden. Winstead is the daughter of Tony and InJu Winstead of Dresden.
Founded in 1912, the University of Memphis is a comprehensive metropolitan research university recognized internationally for its academic, research, and athletic programs.
To its 20,000 students, the U of M offers more than 254 areas of study for those seeking bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, plus the juris doctor (law) and education specialist degrees.