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.
A business major with plans for entrepreneurship, Sandra Mejia is a shining example of how non-traditional students can take leadership roles at Middle Georgia State.
Natalie Esparza, a highly engaged senior majoring in New Media and Communications, plans a career working for organizations that promote human rights.
The picture of Spring Break perpetuated by pop culture is one of partying on the beach. Yet, what we are increasingly witnessing at Middle Georgia State University each year is something quite different. While many of us take a deserved moment to recharge and relax—on or off the beach—during the break from classes, many of our students and faculty also take the opportunity to engage beyond the classroom.
This year, our students and faculty interacted with communities and colleagues both at home and abroad. Residence Life once again offered Alternative Spring Break, this year taking a group of students to Texas, where they volunteered with the largest food bank in the nation, the Houston Food Bank.
At MGA, Business major and student organization leader Markel Greene discovered academic talent he didn’t know he had.
The Middle Georgia State University Foundation is pleased to present the Fourth Annual Knights Golf Tournament!
All golfers receive a tournament gift and a swag bag with golfing accessories. Participants are invited to join us for lunch and a reception following the tournament.
For the winning teams, prize packages will be awarded with a combined value of $3,000. Throughout the day there will be additional on-course games for prize money.
MGA – Campus Store March Madness Sale
Roger Rambo, a Middle Georgia State junior majoring in Information Technology, is the winner of the University’s first “capture the flag” (CTF) competition, called the Cyber Knights Banner Challenge, held in February 2018.
Several other IT majors at Middle Georgia State (MGA) also participated in the CTF event, designed to help teach students about specific aspects of cybersecurity.
In computer security, CTF is a computer security competition and one of the fastest ways to help students learn techniques for protecting systems against cyberattacks. CTF contests are usually designed to serve as an educational exercise to give participants experience in securing a machine, as well as conducting and reacting to the sort of attacks found in the real world. (cisco.com)
Don’t miss KSU’s Year of India Conference, March 15 – March 17, 2018. Location: KSU Marietta Campus Conference Theme: Understanding the Realities of India’s Urban Ecologies Featured Speakers: Johannes Nijman and Anuradha Mathur with Dilip da Cunha Special Concert March 17 at 8PM: A Duo Virtuoso Concert Performance by Zakir Hussain and Rakesh Charuasia (Concert included in registration.) Conference Website Continue reading