Our theme for this week is, Celebrating our Ethical Culture.
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.”
Bring your lunch and questions!
Featuring a special LifeLink guest speaker to share her story.
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.
The Center for Career and Leadership Development invites MGA students, alumni, faculty, and staff to come to the All Majors Career Fair on November 5th on the Macon Campus, in the Student Life Center Lobby, from 10am-1pm.
#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.
As the recently released “Downton Abbey” movie draws big crowds to theaters, we thought we’d share this cool little story involving one of our professors, Dr. Monica Miller, #MGA assistant professor of English.
Drivers must complete this training by January 28, 2020 or their state fuel card PIN will be disabled.