We’re excited to invite chapter proposal submissions for a forthcoming openly published book, tentatively titled Open Pedagogy: Varied Definitions, Multiple Approaches.
The Middle Georgia State University Staff Council will meet on Friday, April 12 in Eastman.
TIAA highlights February Top Picks, tips and tools for employees to better utilize benefits.
In 2009, shortly after taking a faculty position in the English department of what is now Middle Georgia State University, Dr. Shane Trayers founded the Macon Writers Group to create a community for writers living in the region. This past January, the Macon Writers Group celebrated its 10th anniversary with a party and the publication of the anthology, Discover Why I’ve Led You Here.
On March 28th at 6:30 P.M., bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy this FREE Spider-Man flick outside of Oak Hall on the Warner Robins Campus. The screening is open to MGA students, faculty and staff and their families. General public also welcome.
Faculty and undergraduate research into metabolomics – an emerging technology with significant implications for medical science – has earned Middle Georgia State University a National Science Foundation grant of nearly $480,000, the largest award of its kind in the institution’s history.
On February 13th and 14th, Career Services hosted a Valentine’s Day themed photo shoot on the Cochran Campus to add some fun to professional headshots. The Office of Career Services is proud to offer MGA students, alumni, faculty, and staff FREE headshot photography.
All members of the MGA community are invited to join the MGA Health Clinic at “Diet Mythbusters” as they host a registered dietitian to answer all your diet/nutrition related questions, debunk trendy and/or misleading diet claims, and offer healthy diet plans. The event will take place March 14th, 11:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. in the SLC Lobby (alongside the Red Cross Blood Drive) on the Macon Campus.
For several years running, Middle Georgia State University faculty member Liz Riley has been among the campers at the Greater Macon Sleepout, an annual event to raise money to help homeless members of the community. Riley, an associate professor in the School of Business, talks openly about losing a brother to alcoholism and homelessness, so the fundraiser is close to her heart. This year, she wondered if any student organizations might like to participate. To her pleasant surprise, three Middle Georgia State (MGA) student organizations stepped up.
The Middle Georgia State University Staff Council will meet on Friday, March 8 via video conference in the following locations. Cochran –Walker Hall Rm 307, Dublin- Rm 109, Eastman-Rm 1153, Macon-Math Building Rm 103 and Warner Robins – Thomas Hall Rm 128. We will come to order at 9:00 am. As always, all members of the MGA community are invited to attend Staff Council meetings.