College students across the United States can all agree that it doesn’t take much to fall behind in class, so the last thing any of us want to do is catch the flu. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, getting an annual injectable flu vaccine is the most effective way Continue reading
Congratulations to the four #MGA Honors Program students who presented research at the Georgia Collegiate Honors Council Conference held recently at Wesleyan College. Rachel Maddox won first place in the humanities essay contest, which included a $200 cash prize. The humanities judges also singled out sophomore Elley Gunter, whose essay was recognized as “Best History Paper.” Freshman Abby Embro was elected to the council’s executive board as student member-at-large.
“Critical Infrastructure” will be the topic of the second annual Academic Cybersecurity Seminar (ACS) on Wednesday, Feb. 21, at Middle Georgia State University (MGA). The one-day conference is designed to bring together students, professors, professionals, and leaders for an annual discussion on cybersecurity topics.
The Black Student Unification is kicking off Black History Month a.k.a. the “Month of Black Excellence” with a 4-Day Information session.
There will be presentations on how to be an independent business owner, the history of Macon, Ga, and the African-American experience in the armed forces. Do not miss an opportunity to learn and network. Learn every Monday in the month of February with BSU!
The European Union Studies Program of the University System of Georgia will be holding a student conference at Georgia College in Milledgeville on March 8 and 9, 2018. If you are working on a paper or other project related to the European Union, you are strongly encouraged to submit a proposal to present at the conference.
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