Director of Bands Dr. Alan Clark has been invited to return to the Museum of Aviation to conduct a concert on July 1.
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
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.
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.
Alexis Brown, an #MGA junior pursuing the Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Musicianship, recently won the Percussive Arts Society International Conference (PASIC) solo timpani competition in Indianapolis. Here she is with Dr. John Beck, professor emeritus from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y, who composed her competition solo. PASIC is the largest and most prestigious percussion conference in the world, so this is a tremendous accomplishment for Brown and her MGA instructor, Miguel Castro.
Luke Ross, one of MGA’s first students to pursue the new Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Musicianship, is already an accomplished percussionist.
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.
Middle Georgia State University (MGA) hosted UNITY@MGA during the week of November 26 – November 29, 2018, highlighting an interactive social dialogue through the creation of a public art installation on both the Macon and Cochran campuses.
Gallery Talk/Opening: Artists – Bryan Beck & Yen-Ting Chiu
On Monday, October 29 at 2:00 p.m., the Roberts Memorial Library on the Cochran Campus will host an interactive book talk with faculty authors and editors Dr. Lisa Wenger Bro, Dr. Crystal O’Leary-Davidson, and Mary Ann “Mert” Gareis. They will be discussing their new book, “Monsters of Film, Fiction, and Fable: The Cultural Links Between the Human and Inhuman.” The event is open to the public and all are welcome.