Visiting professor, Dr. Allan Wu and his class research the Ming Dynasty.
School of Business professors Anthony Narsing, Mimi Ford, and Troy Sullivan recently published “Proposed Border Tax Adjustment – Implications to the U.S. Auto Industry” in the Journal of Contemporary Business Issues. They presented this paper at the 2018 MBAA International annual conference held in Chicago in late April and received the Best Distinguished Research Paper Continue reading
The spring 2018 issue of MGA Today magazine is now available online.
The Open Education Group 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). Successful candidates will publish papers relating to the educational outcomes that take place when OER and/or open pedagogy are substituted for traditional learning materials and approaches.
The Georgia Council of Graduate Schools (GCGS) held its fifth annual conference at the Marriott City Center Hotel in Macon on April 19-20. As the current GCGS president, Dr. Loretta Clayton, director of Graduate Student Policy and Support at Middle Georgia State University, organized the two-day academic conference.
Dr. Andre Nicholson, assistant professor of New Media and Communications and Student Media coordinator, has published a book chapter titled “The Biased Truth: An Objective Perspective on Nonobjective News Reporting.” The chapter is part of the “Handbook of Research on Media Literacy in Higher Education Environments,” published in April 2018 through IGI Global.
The Georgia Council of Graduate Schools (GCGS) held its fifth annual conference and meeting at the Marriott City Center Hotel in Macon on April 19-20, 2018. Dr. Loretta Clayton, Director of Graduate Student Policy and Support at Middle Georgia State University, is the 2017-2018 GCGS President. She organized the two-day academic conference of panel discussions covering topics ranging from strategies to mentor and engage graduate students in conversations about developing new and innovative graduate programs and establishing strong partnerships within and across institutions.