Below is a summary of ideas received in the President’s Greatness Dropbox since August 2014, including the status of each.
Aspasia Karfakis, a member of the MGA Knights women’s soccer team, makes the grade on and off the field.
When events run smoothly at MGA, Fabian “Flash” Gordon is among those the University community can thank. He is also a student at Middle Georgia State, working on a Business degree.
Biology major Theresa Lasal, a member of MGA’s new women’s cross-country team, is pursuing a military medical career focused on helping amputee soldiers and vets. Read more about Theresa’s and her long-term goals here.
A team of Accounting majors representing Middle Georgia State University’s School of Business placed second at the 7th annual Internal Audit Case Study Competition recently held at Kennesaw State University.
Finding Greatness: Elizabeth Kringer, a recent MGA grad with a degree in Public Service, now works in constituent services for U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop of Georgia’s 2nd Congressional District.
November brings more than fall leaves and cooler temperatures. It brings a number of observances rooted in our duty to serve one another.
Jason Vadell, vice president of the MGA chapter of Brothers of Leadership and Distinction and aspiring accountant, celebrates his high-profile opportunities at the University.
Julia Davis, a student leader at MGA’s residential program for dual-enrollment students, is working toward an Aerospace Engineering degree and, she hopes, Navy flight school.
Even at a pace that makes the weeks fly by, we have remained focused on the goals we identified at the beginning of the academic year. One of the things we have deliberately engaged in is a Focus on Enrollment.
Odell Blackmon III, a dual-enrollment student at MGA’s Georgia Academy, is preparing for the world of tech startups.