Below is a summary of ideas received in the President’s Greatness Dropbox since August 2014, including the status of each.
Dr. Andre Nicholson, a member of #MGA’s Media, Culture and the Arts faculty, uses social issues to drive discussion and learning among his students.
Students on the President’s List had a grade point average of at least 3.8. The Dean’s List includes students who had at least a 3.5 grade point average.
Rachel Hastings is the President’s Scholar for MGA’s Class of 2017. Find out more about how her experience at MGA has influenced her next step in her career.
An Air Force veteran who served in Afghanistan, Biology major Edwin Yu is now pursuing a career in dentistry.
Public Service major Carmishia Primus, president of MGA’s Residence Housing Association, is pursuing a career in guidance counseling and mentoring. To read more about Carmishia’s Greatness click here.
Brian White, who is about to graduate with a B.S. in Biology, wants a professional career working with fellow amputees. To read more on Brian’s greatness click here.
#MGA’s Move On When Ready (dual-enrollment) students give us so much to be proud of. This is just the latest example: The Dublin Exchange Club selected Mark Donnell, a full-time MOWR student, as the Dublin-Laurens County Youth of the Year. Mark selected MGA Spanish associate professor Paige Crump as his most influential teacher. Mark is Continue reading
English major Tiffany Barragan, vice president of Alpha Rho Sigma, is head to law school. Read more about Tiffany’s educational background and her career goals here.
More than 40 MGA Students were recognized at the 2017 Honors Convocation for their academic achievements. Learn more about these students and their achievements here. Photo: Rachel Hastings of Byron, MGA senior, New Media and Communications
Middle Georgia State University honored three faculty members with awards for excellence in scholarship, teaching and service for the 2016-2017 academic year. Read more about these accomplished faculty members here. Photo: Dr. Paul Gladden, Dr. Keri Justice and Dr. Randy Spaid.