At age 17, MGA dual enrollment student Eliza Usher is a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, president of the Warner Robins Campus Student Activities Board, and busy applying for an internship with the FBI.
Macon Campus’s The Writing Center opens on Monday, January 14 for the Spring 2019 semester. All students in all majors are welcome and encouraged to bring their drafts for feedback.
The photo shows the fall 2018 MGSANS president, Hunter Stringer, accepting the award from the Georgia Association of Nursing Students state officer, Morgan Wade.
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
Three Middle Georgia State University (MGA) students finished in the top 25 of a recent online national cybersecurity competition. All seven students participating placed in the top 10 percent.
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.
The MGA Model African Union students from the three MGA campuses participated in the 22nd Annual Model African Union (SEMAU) Conference, hosted by Savannah State University, November 8-10, 2018. MGA student delegates represented the following African countries: Burundi (Cochran campus), Ghana (Macon campus), Namibia (Dublin campus) and Zambia (Cochran campus).
The five Middle Georgia State University students who signed up for Tina Ashford’s new “IT Museum” class this fall just wanted to tinker with vintage computers that are, in most cases, considerably older than them.
They ended up becoming de facto archivists and historians behind what is on the way to becoming a permanent display of classic personal computers and other equipment in a lobby and hallway of the Macon Campus’s Professional Sciences building, where the University’s School of Information Technology is based.
Brent Barnes, Andrew (“Cody”) Beck and Drewry (“Jackson”) Hobbs won first place (and $1,000 each) for their research and analysis of a not-for-profit entity with governance, control and reporting weaknesses. Their work bested teams from undergraduate and graduate schools across Georgia. Their faculty advisor, Dr. Carol Sargent, has coached MGA teams “to the podium” Continue reading
The Department of Teacher Education and Social Work, for the B.S. Public Service program, will be sponsoring a B.S. Public Service Internship Completion Ceremony at 6:00 pm, Monday, December 3rd, 2018 in the Foundation Boardroom in the Student Life Center on the Macon campus.