One professor, two IT students and one English student: an unlikely team? Maybe, but possibly the team that will win the 2015 TiE Young Entrepreneurs (TYE) University Entrepreneurship Competition.
I’m hosting the 7th annual Coming to America panel. In this panel, I’ll be interviewing four faculty members that were born and/or raised in other countries about the cultural differences and similarities between the US and their home countries.
It will be held Tuesday October 16th, 2018 6:30 pm in the Dillard auditorium room 130. We have a new participant, Shamani Shikwambi from Namibia! Returning guests are Gul Celkan from Turkey, Louis Camara from Senegal, and Renat Khatmullin from Uzbekistan.
Once she became a junior at Middle Georgia State University, Allie Keel made the same discovery many students make when they begin taking upper-level courses: balancing a job with a full college workload is a challenge.
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.
Gallery Talk/Opening: Artist – Bogdan Ghita
Monday, October 8th, 2018 ● 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
FREE @ Peacock Gallery
Cochran Campus – Russel Fine Arts
Psychology major Shanquel Askew, president of Black Student Unification, is preparing for a career helping youth in the juvenile justice system.
Visiting professor, Dr. Allan Wu and his class research the Ming Dynasty.
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.
Join us on Tuesday, October 9th at 6 p.m. for a FREE screening of Loving Vincent, presented by the Department of Media, Culture, & the Arts, and by the Interdisciplinary Film Series. Poster credit: Professor D.L. Simmons Interdisciplinary Film Event: Loving Vincent 6 PM, Continue reading
Middle Georgia State University’s (MGA) enrollment is growing at the fastest rate in four years just as the institution lands on a U.S. News & World Report best college rankings list for the first time.
As a practical matter, Margaret Wallace didn’t “need” a college degree.