Congrats to Dr. Alan Clark, director of Bands at MGA, and Dr. Amy Berke, chair of the Department of English, who participated in a book signing event hosted by the University of North Georgia Press at the USG Teaching and Learning Conference in Athens on April 13.
Sydney Chalfa, longtime play director at what is now Middle Georgia State University, is hosting a reunion of the casts and crews of the institution’s productions dating back 26 years.
This 4th week of the Undergraduate Showcase is again filled with a number of great opportunities to view student deliverables and accomplishments. We invite you and your students to attend an event or two, or three, as our students are recognized for their work and share the results of their experiential learning with their friends, families, fellow students, and the middle Georgia community as a whole.
Check inside for dates and a synopsis of the play. This will be the final play Sydney Chalfa, MGA’s longtime theatre director, will direct before she retires in May.
Come meet Dr. Matt Jennings at Hire Grounds on April 30th at his book signing!
Just a reminder that class evaluations by students begins April 18th and goes until May 6. Please encourage all students to participate.
Chief Shawn Douglas recently presented the 2016 MGA Police Department Services Awards to officers in the department who have gone above and beyond the call of duty, recognizing four in the department.
Middle Georgia State University recognized four faculty members for excellence at the 2016 Honors Convocation.
This week Career Services will be putting on “Social Media and Your Career” – LinkedIn Workshops, and also invites students to attend the GACE Career Fair in Atlanta.
Garden spaces for the MGA Community Garden are available on all campuses, and everyone is invited to to join. Who to contact, what is provided and needed, deadlines and more are posted inside.