Using InQuizitive in Your Course 75 minutes InQuizitive is an adaptive quizzing tool available from the publisher of The Little Seagull Handbook, MGA’s new common handbook for core English classes. This tool integrates nicely with Brightspace and allows students to work on basic writing issues like grammar, punctuation, and citation at their own pace. This Continue reading
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One of Dr. Andrew Manis’s first published books was the historical biography titled “A Fire You Can’t Put Out: The Civil Rights Life of Birmingham’s Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth.” Since the beginning of the book’s research in 1986, Manis, a History professor at Middle Georgia State University, has also been trying to get Shuttlesworth’s story on the big screen.
Choosing to stay home for college has opened doors to the world for Psychology major Garrett Stone. Read more about how MGA has helped pave a clear path for him in reaching his goals.
For the Fall 2017 Semester, Middle Georgia State University will continue the implementation of policies and procedures for proctoring exams for video conferencing courses. Faculty and staff volunteers will serve as proctors, and proctors may be eligible for compensation as spelled out below. Dr. Stephen Svonavec will coordinate the implementation of the test proctoring procedure. Continue reading
Edson Silva, Honors Program student and Health Services Administration major, plans a career as a nursing home administrator.
The Middle Georgia State University Staff Council will meet on Friday, Sept. 15 on the Macon Campus. We will come to order at 9:00 am in TEB 202. As always, all members of the MGA community are invited to attend Staff Council meetings.
Two weeks into the Fall semester, as students and faculty settle into new schedules and we begin to get a clear picture of our enrollment, it is worth focusing on the human element of higher education. The stress factor is palpable, or as all-too-common social media memes might put it, “the struggle is real.” Yet Continue reading
See below for what to do if you discover an error on the site. Colleagues, We are pleased to report that – as most of you already know – the new mga.edu website is live and public! First, an enormous thank you to all the members of the campus community who have come together to Continue reading