Your MGA Knightly News! M: Macon Campus C: Cochran Campus D: Dublin Campus E: Eastman Campus W: Warner Robins Campus A: All campuses EVENTS – WEEK OF AUG 13 – 19 AUG 13 C: Back To School Pool Party, Swimming Pool @ 6 – 9:30 pm AUG 14 M: Welcome Back Coffee Continue reading
In the past week, we have become aware of a potential trademark issue relating to the phrase Knowledge@Work. Rather than incurring legal expenses necessary to insist on the current name, the institution has decided that these resources would be better spent supporting experiential learning opportunities for our students. Therefore, Middle Georgia State University’s QEP will Continue reading
Faculty are invited to attend an Undergraduate Research Summit, to be held August 8, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in TEB 368. We’ll talk about where Undergraduate Research at MGA has been heading for the past year, talk about where we want to go next year, and discuss the role of Undergraduate Research at Continue reading
A special invitation for faculty, staff and students. Show your MGA ID and receive 10% off your order! You’re welcome!
For a pioneering group of Middle Georgia State University students, time abroad was time to serve. Learn more about this amazing opportunity and the MGA students that partook in it.
Dr. Andre Nicholson, a member of #MGA’s Media, Culture and the Arts faculty, uses social issues to drive discussion and learning among his students.
The Knight’s Food Court, located on the Macon campus, is currently under renovation and will be transitioned to a residential dining hall by the upcoming fall semester. The Office of Auxiliary Services and Dining Services would like to have the newly renovated hall renamed, and we want MGA students to provide their input! Please click Continue reading
Nearly 30 MGA students set sail for the Dominican Republic as pioneers in the University’s first “impact travel” venture.
The Knights Food Court, located in the Student Life Center on the Macon campus, will be closed starting Monday, May 22nd, through the beginning of August to complete a renovation. Once the hall reopens for the fall semester, it will operate as a residential dining venue, similar to the Georgia Dining Hall on the Cochran Continue reading
MGA’s Dr. Matt Jennings explores the secrets of Macon’s greatest historic treasure. Read the story – and others – in the spring 2017 issue of MGA Today!