One 137 students from five states and 14 colleges and universities competed in the University of North Georgia’s 24th Annual Mathematics tournament on Saturday, April 7, 2018, on the Gainesville campus.
Middle Georgia State University placed second among 37 competing teams in the afternoon team competition and fourth overall for the tournament.
Competing students from Middle Georgia State University were Wade Lee, Shani Edmond, Tevin Fudge, John Verboom, Benedict Tong, Gabriel Loos, Ryota Tsutsumi, Marquis Brown, and Jahbari Wallace.
Arts Festival 2018 is wrapping up this week with our last two events. Mark your calendars and come out and meet the owner of Ampersand Guild located in downtown Macon. Business owner and artist, Daniel Montoute will present a talk and an art demonstration on both the Cochran and Macon campuses.
NEW CAREER SERVICES hosts the ALL MAJORS SPRING CAREER FAIR
March 20 All Majors Career Fair Macon campus, SLC Lobby 10:00am-1:00pm
Join us in the SLC Lobby on the Macon campus where there will be over 40 employers looking to recruit for full/part-time jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and more! This event is open to students, graduates, and community members alike. Professional attire required; resumes strongly encouraged. For more information visit www.mga.edu/cs. Do you know an employer who would like to recruit at this event? Encourage them to register by calling Career Services at 478-471-2714.
Everything you wanted to know about OERs but were afraid to ask: From Ground Zero to Implementation and Beyond
Are you thinking of utilizing open education resources (OERs), in lieu of a textbook? Do you want more information of how to start the process? Are you wondering about the benefits and barriers? If you answered yes, this interactive presentation is for you. Participants will discuss redesigning a course using OERs, examine benefits and barriers, and review student and faculty feedback about the pros and cons.
Middle Georgia State University’s School of Education & Behavioral Sciences is hosting information sessions on three campuses to give people an opportunity to learn more about degree programs in Teaching and Public Service.
Roger Rambo, a Middle Georgia State junior majoring in Information Technology, is the winner of the University’s first “capture the flag” (CTF) competition, called the Cyber Knights Banner Challenge, held in February 2018.
Several other IT majors at Middle Georgia State (MGA) also participated in the CTF event, designed to help teach students about specific aspects of cybersecurity.
In computer security, CTF is a computer security competition and one of the fastest ways to help students learn techniques for protecting systems against cyberattacks. CTF contests are usually designed to serve as an educational exercise to give participants experience in securing a machine, as well as conducting and reacting to the sort of attacks found in the real world. (cisco.com)