For the 10th consecutive year, the Arbor Day Foundation recognizes the Macon Campus of Middle Georgia State University as a Tree Campus USA.
Tree Campus USA is a program founded by the Arbor Day Foundation to recognize colleges and universities that effectively manage trees and engage students in participating in campus beautification and educating them on environmental issues.
During the course of the last two weeks, my experience of the “public square”—a metaphor I have used to describe the environment for a public university—was being at the State Capitol to meet with our representatives and senators about funding. Specifically, we are asking our elected officials to support our request for nearly $1M to begin the planning and design work in the upcoming fiscal year FY19 for renovations on our Cochran campus that are vital to enrollment growth. If we are successful, and the legislature and the Governor sign off on the University System of Georgia’s request, then we can look forward to the planning stage of our Cochran renovations beginning this summer.
Dogs and puppies are considered man’s best friend, they comfort us when we are sad, and a simple pat on your dog’s head can relieve a days’ worth of stress. Most things in this world come with risk, and you guessed it, dogs and puppies come with risks as well.
Over the last few weeks the Middle Georgia State University Conference Center has undergone some changes, including a new name. Moving forward, the center will officially be communicated as the “Robert F. Hatcher, Sr. Conference Center”. For any official communication of the center, please make sure to use Robert F. Hatcher, Sr. Conference Center in your materials. For any unofficial communications, please utilize the “Hatcher Conference Center”.
College students across the United States can all agree that it doesn’t take much to fall behind in class, so the last thing any of us want to do is catch the flu. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, getting an annual injectable flu vaccine is the most effective way Continue reading
Thursday January 26, 2018 MGA’s Environmental Health and Safety team held its quarterly sustainability event. This time students were asked to think of ways that sustainability could be integrated into their curriculums and how various disciplines contribute to sustainability. If you have ideas please contact your environmental health and safety Officer!