Below is a summary of ideas received in the President’s Greatness Dropbox since August 2014, including the status of each.
It is possible to do good work—great work—and to be fulfilled and inspired. It is possible to integrate our times of laughter, relaxation and innovation with what we do to help others.
Dr. Lorraine Dubuisson is president of the Georgia Philological Association and organizer of the recent Knight Writers camp, designed to connect MGA’s Cochran Campus with the local school system.
Nearly 600 students are candidates for graduation at Middle Georgia State University’s 2018 spring commencement ceremonies, scheduled for Tuesday, May 8.
renten Williams, who graduates May 8 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, is the President’s Scholar for the Class of 2018. 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.
Nearly 30 Middle Georgia State University students received awards for their leadership in clubs, organizations, and other extracurricular activities during the 2017-2018 academic year.
Jordan Rigdon, who is graduating with a B.S. in early childhood special education, is MGA’s 2018 Academic Recognition Day Scholar.
Trenten Williams of Bonaire, a Middle Georgia State University (MGA) senior graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Biology, has been chosen the President’s Scholar for the Class of 2018.
He was one of more than 30 MGA students recognized at the 2018 Honors Convocation for their academic achievements.
With two of his #MGA professors, senior psychology major Anthony Cleator has co-authored several scholarly articles that will be published in research journals.
Business major Katie Cart, who began Middle Georgia State as a dual-enrollment student, turned a gap year of traveling into a popular blog from which she hopes to create income in the near future.
One 137 students from five states and 14 colleges and universities competed in the University of North Georgia’s 24th Annual Mathematics tournament on Saturday, April 7, 2018, on the Gainesville campus.
Middle Georgia State University placed second among 37 competing teams in the afternoon team competition and fourth overall for the tournament.
Competing students from Middle Georgia State University were Wade Lee, Shani Edmond, Tevin Fudge, John Verboom, Benedict Tong, Gabriel Loos, Ryota Tsutsumi, Marquis Brown, and Jahbari Wallace.