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 am delighted to share some important and extraordinarily good news.
I hope this summer you have enjoyed some private space for rejuvenation and relaxation, as we gear up for another year of work in the very public and visible square of higher education.
The Middle Georgia State University School of Health Sciences, along with the Better Business Bureau of Central Georgia, hosted its 15th annual Senior Expo on Thursday, June 28, at the Macon Centreplex.
A graduate of what is now Middle Georgia State University, Col. Thomas Grabowski is the commander of the 116th Air Control Wing, Robins Air Force Base.
We wanted to let you know about something new: a Minor in Business. You can take five courses (four specific courses shown below and one business elective) and have a minor in business to complement your major. ACCT 2000 Survey of Accounting (for Non-Business Majors) ECON 1101 Survey of Economics (for Non-Business Majors) MGMT 3141 Continue reading
The pathway to a high-paying job in aviation is becoming a lot more navigable, thanks to a partnership between Middle Georgia State University’s (MGA) School of Aviation and Delta Airlines. Delta’s partnership with MGA – one of only 45 schools nationwide that were selected to participate – is designed to help the University better prepare students to meet an industry need for qualified and well-trained aviation maintenance technicians.
Recent MGA graduate Brooke Jordan, the first in her family to finish college, will begin a teaching career this fall.
It is possible to do good work—great work—and to be fulfilled and inspired. It is possible to integrate our times of laughter, relaxation and innovation with what we do to help others.
This message is to inform that Dr. Melissa Jordan, Assistant Professor in the School of Health Sciences, Department of Health Care Administration, has published a book chapter titled “A Methodological Consideration and Methodological Design Suitable to Examine Teenage Pregnancy,” in the upcoming textbook “Socio-Cultural Influences on Teenage Pregnancy and Contemporary Prevention Measures.” To be published July 1, 2018, through IGI Global.
The English Department would like to share the latest accomplishments and highlights that have transpired thus far during the summer. Dr. Christopher Cairney, the assistant chair of the English Department, is the invited Keynote Speaker at the 11th World Conference on Educational Sciences which will take place in Italy (Florence and Milan) on February 7-10, 2019. Continue reading