At Retirement, MGA’s Beth Brown Leaves a Legacy

If not for Beth Brown, Middle Georgia State University’s respiratory therapy degree might not exist today. 

Instead, a program that just hit the quarter century mark has produced more than 500 graduates and recently transitioned from an associate’s to a Bachelor of Science degree.

Beth Brown

“There is no way to exaggerate Beth’s impact,” said Teri Miller, current chair of MGA’s Department of Respiratory Therapy in the School of Health Sciences. “She built the foundation.”

Learn more about the legacy Beth Brown leaves behind and how she continues to “influence the profession at the local, regional, and national levels.”