Currently, Culture in Focus is accepting research and scholarly works for the 2nd issue that regard the theme, “Education Matters.” We invite a broad range of cultural, literary and educational topics.
The European Union Studies Program of the University System of Georgia (http://www.eustudiesprogram.org/) is seeking faculty to teach online courses on the EU, Transatlantic relations or that compare the EU and the United States. A catalog of eleven EURO courses (see attached) is already developed and have been previously taught, but due to the nature of the material, the courses may require extensive updating.
The Undergraduate Conference is accepting paper and panel proposals from students and faculty until Friday, March 30th.
It’s that time of year again! The 15th Annual Open Education Conference is happening October 10 – 12, 2018 in Niagara Falls, NY. #OpenEd18 is the premier venue for sharing your research, practice, policy, advocacy, and other work related to open education.
We’ve kept our proposal submission process streamlined again this year – #OpenEd18 proposals are a maximum of 500 words – so you can stay focused on changing the world instead of filling out forms.
The Middle Georgia State University Foundation is pleased to present the Fourth Annual Knights Golf Tournament!
All golfers receive a tournament gift and a swag bag with golfing accessories. Participants are invited to join us for lunch and a reception following the tournament.
For the winning teams, prize packages will be awarded with a combined value of $3,000. Throughout the day there will be additional on-course games for prize money.
The Peacock Gallery is calling for entry of artwork from Middle Georgia State University students to the 6th Annual MGA Juried Student Art Exhibition.
Culture In Focus, Issue No. 2
Papers invited on a broad range of cultural, literary and educational topics internationally in all the relevant areas that fall within the scope of this journal. We are especially interested for this issue in papers related to education and culture including such areas as:
Celebrate Constitution Day with the MGA libraries and the Department of History and Political Science. Visit the Macon campus library on Wednesday, September 20, from 1-3 p.m. to learn more about the Constitution, voting, and civic engagement.
Dear Students, The scholarship committee of School of IT will organize an academic workshop this month. The topic is how to write a paper. This topic focuses on scientific papers, e.g., papers published in scientific journals and conference proceedings. Dr. Yingfeng Wang will present the second part of this topic, flow, in PSC room 256 on the Continue reading
The MGA community will observe Monday, September 5, 2016 as a holiday