The Open Education Group – http://openedgroup.org – is in the process of identifying early career researchers and/or qualified Masters/PhD candidates in the United States and Canada for a fellowship to research topics related to Open Educational Resources (OER).
From November 1-22 2019, the University administered its first ever Student Campus Climate Survey for Diversity & Inclusion.
Dr. Yingfeng Wang and Dr. Myungjae Kwak led students involved in their NSF sponsored project to visit Dr. Kevin Murnane’s lab at the Atlanta Campus of Mercer University on July 25th.
Over the last few weeks, the Provost’s office staff met with academic leaders involved in scheduling and programming. These meetings spanned six different sessions, each lasting most of a day. In these meetings we reviewed our academic program portfolio, academic program locations, progress of students through degrees, and other issues related to scheduling and programming. These meetings have been very insightful and helpful in refining our academic strategy across our campuses and online.
Culture in Focus is an International e-Journal of Educational, Literary and Cultural Studies hosted by the MGA Department of English. The publication seeks to provide an important forum for scholarly interchange with original articles, book reviews and letters to the editor.
The MGA Model African Union students from the three MGA campuses participated in the 22nd Annual Model African Union (SEMAU) Conference, hosted by Savannah State University, November 8-10, 2018. MGA student delegates represented the following African countries: Burundi (Cochran campus), Ghana (Macon campus), Namibia (Dublin campus) and Zambia (Cochran campus).
Professor D.L. Simmons presented in Birmingham, Alabama at SAMLA 90: Fighters from the Margins: Socio-Political Activists and Their Allies this past weekend in two academic presentations. He also had his Opening Art Exhibition: “Evanescence Eidolon” which features his new artwork collection of large prints during the popular, community-driven event, First Friday Art Crawl in downtown Macon. Continue reading
Here is senior MGA English major Sarah Ashley Winans (far right) after giving her paper at her SAMLA panel in Birmingham last Friday morning: “Intertextuality and Crime Fiction from Poe to Conan Doyle and Beyond.
Professors from Middle Georgia State University and Mercer University collaborated for a recent academic presentation at SAMLA 90 this past weekend.
Visiting professor, Dr. Allan Wu and his class research the Ming Dynasty.