Zakeyia Westberry, an education major and member of the Cochran Campus Activities Board, recently published a book of her poetry.
Former NFL player Kiwaukee Thomas, who grew up in Warner Robins and graduated from Ashford University, has ushered in a greater level of professionalism and competitiveness for MGA’s football club team. He played college football at Georgia Southern and was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Luke Ross, one of MGA’s first students to pursue the new Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Musicianship, is already an accomplished percussionist.
Dr. Matt Noble, assistant professor of math, is the 2018 recipient of the faculty award for Outstanding Scholarship. Read more about his service and contributions to the Middle Georgia State here.
Psychology major Shanquel Askew, president of Black Student Unification, is preparing for a career helping youth in the juvenile justice system.
History major Hunter Holland, who is aiming for graduate school and a career in sports journalism, is captain of the Middle Georgia State equestrian team and a member of the President’s Torch Society.
As a practical matter, Margaret Wallace didn’t “need” a college degree.
Middle Georgia State University education graduate Jessica Ramsay now works with special needs children.
Amani Baker, majoring in air traffic management, works in MGA’s Career Services office and is active in student government and with the Campus Activities Board.
Michael Koohang recently completed an undergraduate internship at Georgia Tech that focused on civic data research. Thanks in large part to dual enrollment, Koohang will complete his B.S. in Information Technology by the time he is 18 years old