Honors Convocation rescheduled for Monday, April 10th

Due to scheduling conflicts, Honors Convocation has been rescheduled for Monday, April 10 at 6:00 PM. This event will still be held on the Macon Campus. Nomination forms for department awards and the President’s Scholar, along with eligibility lists and instructions for submitting these nominations, will be distributed to Deans and Chairs via e-mail. The Continue reading


Middle Georgia State School of Education Wins Grant to Reduce Textbook Costs for Students

Middle Georgia State University students majoring in Education are about to get a big break on textbook costs. Affordable Learning Georgia, an initiative of the state’s University System to promote student success by providing affordable textbook alternatives, recently awarded MGA’s School of Education a $24,900 grant to produce material on a variety of platforms that Continue reading


President’s Blog: On MLK’s Legacy

Check out President Blake’s latest post on Stand for Greatness, where he shares his thoughts on Greatness as we finish our first year as a university. “While annual observances and committee work are important, it is also appropriate to reflect on one of Dr. King’s most famous quotes. “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, Continue reading


Dr. Randy Spaid honored with The John Shrum Award

The John Shrum Award is the highest honor that Southeastern Association for Science Teacher Education (SASTE) presents to someone with a lifelong commitment to science education and outstanding SASTE leadership. Please see the script written below from an award presentation at the annual meeting of (SASTE) held at Kennesaw State University in October entailing the association’s Continue reading


Alumna Greatness

Talk about #greatness! Less than two years after graduating from #MGA with her Bachelor of Science in Biology, Secondary Education certification track, Jenna Harvey has been named Teacher of the Year at Bleckley County High School, where she teaches physical and environmental science. She is close to finishing her master’s degree in Education from Georgia Continue reading


Middle Georgia State University’s First Master’s Degree Students Among Fall 2016 Candidates for Graduation

Middle Georgia State University’s first master’s degree students will be among those eligible to receive diplomas at fall 2016 graduation, scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 15, at the Recreation and Wellness Center on the Macon Campus. Nearly 500 total candidates for graduation, including 10 master’s program students, completed degree requirements at the end of fall semester. Continue reading