School of Education & Behavioral Sciences – April Faculty Spotlights
Middle Georgia State University’s Department of Teacher Education and Social Work is looking for participants for the upcoming virtual “Teacher Residency Readiness Academy Kickoff,” which takes place from 4:30-6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3.
The collaborative online discussion took place on Thursday, June 18, 2020.
In this message to the Middle Georgia State University community, Dr. Andrew Manis weighs in on why the American holiday Juneteenth takes on even greater significance in 2020.
Middle Georgia State University (MGA) is introducing a way for currently working school paraprofessionals to earn their bachelor’s degrees and become certified teachers.
The Department of Teacher Education and Social Work, for the Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Public Service/Human Services program will be sponsoring a B.S. Public Service/Human Services Internship Completion Ceremony and Luncheon.
Jeffrey Tarver of MGA’s School of Education & Behavioral Sciences is the founder of a non-profit organization that teaches life skills to participants through sports and activities.
As he prepares to graduate, #MGA education major KeShawn Hurst is aiming high with a long-term goal of becoming a county school superintendent. Read his profile here.
For senior Mikella Hansley being involved in the community and maintaining both her honors status and scholarships has not been easy. However, Hansley’s hard work has been, in her own words “totally worth it!”
Taylor Cravey, who graduates in May, is the President’s Scholar for the Class of 2019. Each year, a graduating senior is chosen by MGA’s Honors, Awards and Graduation Committee, with the approval of the University president, to be the President’s Scholar based on her or his outstanding academic record, involvement in campus and/or community service activities, and demonstration of characteristics indicating the promise of a successful future.