Congratulations to Dr. Elaina Behounek, #MGA assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice, on the publication of her article, “The Safety of Women and Girls in Educational Settings”
Dr. Simone T.A. Phipps, associate professor of management at Middle Georgia State University (MGA), has been appointed a research fellow at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School in England.
The journal is L’Epoque Conradienne (Vol. 42, 2019), a publication of the Société Conradienne Française, and Cairney’s contribution is “A Third Eye: Reading Conrad in Light of/in spite of Achebe.”
The director of the recent Warner Robins Little Theatre play “Dracula,” Dr. Crystal O’Leary-Davidson, English professor, shares her love of pop culture, film and literature, and all things goth with her MGA students.
#MGA’s Dr. Tara Underwood, dean of School of Health & Natural Sciences, met Dr. Jerome Adams, U.S. surgeon general, at Navicent Medical Center earlier this week.
It’s no joke: Thomason, an English professor who also manages international programs for MGA, has been chosen to be a contestant on the popular game show. She is traveling to Los Angeles next month for the show tapings.
From LSU Press: In Liberty and Slavery, Niels Eichhorn examines the language of slavery, a component he considers central to revolutionary struggles, especially those fought by European separatists in the first half of the nineteenth century. Tracing the European uprisings of 1830 and 1848 and the American Civil War in 1861, Eichhorn shows that separatism, Continue reading
Dr. Chris Lawrence played a key role in developing Middle Georgia State’s new Bachelor of Science in Political Science and is the ‘campus champion’ behind efforts to lower the cost of textbooks and other course materials for students. Read more about his new role and his efforts in promoting campus community engagement.
Faculty and Staff, please join us in congratulating Toya Coleman and Jacob Wells on their promotions to Lieutenants.
At retirement, Beth Brown leaves a legacy of hundreds of graduates and a stronger respiratory therapy profession. If not for Beth Brown, Middle Georgia State University’s respiratory therapy degree might not exist today.