The Office of Veteran and Military Services Needs Your Help

Within the next several months, Middle Georgia State University will once again submit data for the Best for Vets and Military Friendly surveys. The completion of both surveys requires the collaboration and support of several campus departments whose members make up the institution’s Military Advisory Council (MAC). In preparation for this year’s survey, please strongly Continue reading


Register for USG’s Annual Faculty Symposium – “Teaching Japan”

You are invited to register for the Asia Council of the University System of Georgia’s annual faculty symposium to be held April 7–8. This year’s focus is “Teaching Japan.” This faculty development opportunity will explore Japan’s global significance, historical and contemporary issues, artistic and literary traditions, and more—all with a goal of incorporating Japan into Continue reading


Macon Recreation & Wellness Center Changes

The Recreation & Wellness Center on the Macon campus opened in April 2014 with the construction of the Center funded by bonds backed by Student Fees and other non-State revenue.  Students taking classes on the Macon Campus pay $140/semester and students taking classes on the Warner Robins campus pay $40/semester in Recreation Center fees.  Other Continue reading


Undergraduate Conference Deadline Approaching

Have you completed a recent research project that you would like to share? The Middle Georgia State University Undergraduate Conference is accepting student research submissions to display in the Undergraduate Showcase. Find out how you can be a part of this showcase: 2017 Undergraduate Conference. The deadline for submissions is March 3.


Teach Study Abroad in China – Summer 2018

The USG Asia Council’s 2018 Summer Study Abroad in China invites USG faculty members to teach for the program between May 8 and June 5, 2018. The program is open to all students and faculty of USG institutions. The program is hosted by Zhengzhou University in Henan Province. The program’s itinerary also includes visits to Continue reading


Workshop: Quality Standards, Quality Matters

This workshop will provide participants with a brief history and context of the Quality Matters rubric. We will also discuss two distinct approaches to implementing quality control in online courses, with emphasis on standards recommended by MGA’s Department of Distance Education and eLearning. Presenter: Andy Davidson Register HERE


Workshop: 9 Elements of Great Instruction

Whether you teach in the classroom, online, or outside under a tree, creating effective instruction is essential to student learning. This workshop will present and explain nine key elements recognized in research and practice as being part of successful instruction. Attendees are encouraged to bring an idea or concept they may use in the session Continue reading


Teaching East Asia: Japan Registration Form

Good Afternoon:  The Asia Council of the University System of Georgia is excited to announce the that the Asia Council workshop on Japan is now accepting registrations. Registration is free!   For more information, see the flyer attached.  Japan Symposium Flyer 2017 REGISTER HERE


College Street will be closed to through traffic

Starting February 17, 2017, all faculty and staff members who currently park on College Street in front of Haynes and Grace Halls will now need to park in the Ebenezer Hall lot, which includes 21 faculty/staff spaces, three handicapped/ADA spaces and eight visitor spaces. Sarah Street will now be the only entrance on the north Continue reading


Middle Georgia State University Hosts Screening of Film Documenting Coastal Georgia During WW2

Filmmaker Lance P. Toland will show his documentary movie “The Golden Isles at War” at 5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 27, in room 145 of the Charles H. Jones Building on Middle Georgia State University’s Macon Campus. A question and answer session with Toland will follow. This event, sponsored by MGA’s History Students Organization and the Continue reading