American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) faculty members are invited to partake in the following international professional development opportunities: China Studies Institute (CSI), Dates: June 10-30, 2019. Japan Studies Institute (JSI), Dates: June 3-16, 2019.
The Office of Graduate Studies will host one final Graduate School Information Event before the end of the fall 2018 term during November “Apply Free” month on the Macon Campus in the Jones Building Lobby on Tuesday, November 27th from 10 am to 2 pm.
Runoff elections for Georgia Secretary of State and Public Service Commission District 3 are Tuesday, Dec. 4th.
Developing a study abroad program for your students is a challenging but rewarding process. This 60 minute presentation will introduce faculty to MGA’s internal processes for study abroad program development and approval as well as outlining best practices for academic quality, student satisfaction, and risk management.
The Federal Transportation Security Agency (TSA) requires that all employees including those of other agencies or institutions who work at or visit the aviation campus in Eastman take mandated TSA Training.
Tuesday, November 6th is election day! #MiddleGAVotes has provided resources to check voter registration status and polling locations as well as an Official Macon-Bibb Sample Ballot to assist voters in choosing State Officials and Amendments.
In light of recent suspicious packages being mailed around the country, MGA Police Department has provided faculty/staff with suspicious mail handling resources.
Monday, October 29th through Friday, November 2nd is the last week of early voting for midterm elections. Georgia’s general election for governor and other state officers is November 6th!
In the only candidate forum being held in Macon for any of the statewide offices, the two candidates for state School Superintendent will discuss issues at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the Mercer University School of Medicine Auditorium, 1550 College Street, Macon. The moderator will be Middle Georgia State University’s Charles Richardson. The public is cordially invited.
On Thursday, October 25th, join the nation in celebrating the power of shared literacy by participating in Read For The Record – Central Georgia (#RFTRCG) and encouraging readers to spend about a half hour of time reading this year’s book, Maybe Something Beautiful, at a local elementary or primary school. The book will be provided by schools and a digital version will be available to readers for review.