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.
Dr. Elaina Behounek, assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice, just returned from New York City where she spoke at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Parallel Event. Behounek provided a global overview of the status of women and girls in regard to safety in educational settings as part of a panel for the United Nations 63rd Commission on the Status of Women and Girls.
Congratulations to Dr. Alan Clark, MGA’s director of bands, who was inducted into the Georgia chapter of Phi Beta Mu International School Bandmaster Fraternity. This is a distinct honor for Clark and the Band of Knights, as very few band directors are elected into membership.
We are moving ahead strategically as a State University with a plan that calls for us to “build shared culture.” Central to that aim is the excellence of faculty teaching, scholarship and service. On Friday we had two examples of how we are building that excellence.
Amy Winfrey, an #MGA graduate who is now assistant director of Library Services on the Warner Robins and Dublin campuses, recently presented her research at the American Library Association Midwinter Conference in Seattle on information seeking and sharing behaviors of LGBTQ+ students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
At age 7, Paul Johnson mimicked bird paintings while taking art lessons. Now, he’s channeled his creativity into publishing books about them.
Johnson, Student Success Center coordinator at Middle Georgia State University’s Macon Campus, will talk at November’s Ocmulgee Audubon Society (OAS) meeting about the history of birding in Middle Georgia based on his research for the his newly released 2nd edition of Annotated Checklist of Birds of Middle Georgia.
Professor D.L. Simmons presented in Birmingham, Alabama at SAMLA 90: Fighters from the Margins: Socio-Political Activists and Their Allies this past weekend in two academic presentations. He also had his Opening Art Exhibition: “Evanescence Eidolon” which features his new artwork collection of large prints during the popular, community-driven event, First Friday Art Crawl in downtown Macon. Continue reading