The academic journal “Liberated Arts” recently published a paper by Drew McIntosh, a non-traditional student who returned to MGA to complete his Bachelor of Arts in English.
After teaching abroad in several countries, UGA grad Earl Kline returned to Middle Georgia State to pursue a new degree and a career in accounting. #MGA Read his profile: https://www.mga.edu/news/2019/11/finding-greatness-earl-kline.php?fbclid=IwAR21TywXHqE2fEyFSpdq-Zbcxy1fm_UdJHQe76KIL1_eJA99QhiAv6GG2WQ
To help observe the University System of Georgia’s Ethics Awareness Week, this special edition of Finding Greatness features #MGA grad Crystal Jones, who recently was appointed Macon-Bibb Municipal Court judge. Read her profile: https://www.mga.edu/…/11/finding-greatness-crystal-jones.php
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.
A UGA grad with bachelor’s degrees in math and economics, Christian Baumgarth is building a new career in education through MGA’s Master of Arts in Teaching program.
Carolyn Goodman is studying cybersecurity with the goal of becoming an attorney with highly versatile skills.
Jeffrey Tarver of MGA’s School of Education & Behavioral Sciences is the founder of a non-profit organization that teaches life skills to participants through sports and activities.
As he prepares to graduate, #MGA education major KeShawn Hurst is aiming high with a long-term goal of becoming a county school superintendent. Read his profile here.
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.
Taylor Cravey, who graduates in May, is the President’s Scholar for the Class of 2019. Each year, a graduating senior is chosen by MGA’s Honors, Awards and Graduation Committee, with the approval of the University president, to be the President’s Scholar based on her or his outstanding academic record, involvement in campus and/or community service activities, and demonstration of characteristics indicating the promise of a successful future.