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.
North Carolina residents may be able to waive the out-of-state tuition at Middle Georgia State University.
The National History Bee and Bowl is pleased to announce that it’s 2018 Central Georgia Fall History Bee and Bowl will be held on the Macon Campus of Middle Georgia State University in Macon, GA on Saturday, December 15
Three Middle Georgia State University (MGA) students finished in the top 25 of a recent online national cybersecurity competition. All seven students participating placed in the top 10 percent.
Nearly 630 students are eligible to collect their diplomas from Middle Georgia State University at fall graduation ceremonies scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 13. Col. Lyle K. Drew, commander, 78th Air Base Wing, Robins Air Force Base, will be the commencement speaker.
Middle Georgia State University is proud to introduce the first set of Chancellor’s Learning Scholars (CLS). The CLS program has been established by the University System of Georgia for the purpose of creating positive and innovative changes in teaching practices. Faculty participating in an FLC will have the opportunity to engage in sustained, meaningful conversations about teaching and learning with supportive colleagues from across the MGA campuses.
A group of Middle Georgia State University – School of Information Technology students gave the Keynote Presentation at the Middle Georgia State University Undergraduate History Conference held December 1st, 2018. The presentation included at timeline for the development of the personal computer, live demonstrations of working systems (all over 30 years old) and answering questions from the audience.
Congrats to Dr. Eugene Alvarez, a former Marine and retired faculty member of #MGA, who recently published his 9th book, Mike Mascot of the Marines.
When Jahi Mendes registered for Dr. Karmen Lenz’s early British literature course, the last thing he expected to see on the syllabus was a heart dissection.
The five Middle Georgia State University students who signed up for Tina Ashford’s new “IT Museum” class this fall just wanted to tinker with vintage computers that are, in most cases, considerably older than them.
They ended up becoming de facto archivists and historians behind what is on the way to becoming a permanent display of classic personal computers and other equipment in a lobby and hallway of the Macon Campus’s Professional Sciences building, where the University’s School of Information Technology is based.
Brent Barnes, Andrew (“Cody”) Beck and Drewry (“Jackson”) Hobbs won first place (and $1,000 each) for their research and analysis of a not-for-profit entity with governance, control and reporting weaknesses. Their work bested teams from undergraduate and graduate schools across Georgia. Their faculty advisor, Dr. Carol Sargent, has coached MGA teams “to the podium” Continue reading