A member of the iTLEAD team recently presented a paper at a conference in Romania. The paper addressed the need for role-based training and educational models used by artists from the Renaissance period.
All online mathematics courses require three proctored exams during the semester. The day/time indicated in the course schedule is reserved for proctored testing. The Department of Mathematics offers proctored testing at the Macon, Cochran, Warner Robins, and Dublin campuses.
Every second counts in saving the majority of people from sudden cardiac death. Having trained personnel that are capable of employing physical chest compressions that are a part of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and if needed, a defibrillator could mean the difference between life and death. Dr. Charles Matson Associate Professor of Respiratory Therapy, teamed up with Risk Continue reading
MGA’s art faculty, which is a part of the Media, Culture & the Arts Department, hosts the 3rd art exhibition and artist talk with Macon resident, Wini McQueen. McQueen is known for her narrative quilts, using transferring techniques, that include hand-dyed accessories and revolves her work around women’s rights, race and society. This event will Continue reading
AFS is delighted to offer *five webinars to help improve your global competence* on the occasion of this year’s International Education Week (IEW, 13-17 November 2017). Join a fantastic line-up of AFS experts plus renowned interculturalists *Dr. Darla Deardorff *and* Dr. Mick Vande Berg* to become part of AFS’s *learning-to-live-together* movement and better your classroom, Continue reading
The Middle Georgia State University Chamber Singers will present their fall concert featuring professional soloists from across the state at 3 p.m. Sunday, November 12, at First Presbyterian Church, 682 Mulberry Street, Macon. The program includes portions of the Haydn Lord Nelson Mass, and South American, African-American, and New Orleans gospel. This event is free and Continue reading
This lively, light-hearted event will help students review their most common editing and writing issues just before final essays. Super Date: Wednesday, Nov. 8, in room 226 of the Education Building, Macon Campus. Super Time: 2-4 pm (a drop-in event; students will stay between 30-45 minutes). Super Tutors and Students will battle with: Identification of theses and topic Continue reading
A trip to the Galapagos Islands is scheduled for June 20-30, 2018. The experience is one of a lifetime to a magical place that exists nowhere else in the world. We spend a few days in Ecuador and seven days and nights on a boat sailing from island to island. Our visits include Bartolome Island, one Continue reading
Choosing to stay home for college has opened doors to the world for Psychology major Garrett Stone. Read more about how MGA has helped pave a clear path for him in reaching his goals.
Thank you to the National Society of Leadership and Success for donating items to the Macon campus food pantry. The SHARE Food Pantry serves all members of the MGA community and ensures that those who need food assistance are well-fed. We appreciate your generosity!
The Asian Studies Development Program is seeking proposals for its spring 2018 conference in Washington, DC. In connection with the conference, the USG Asia Council is organizing a pre-conference faculty development event to tour DC-area sites of interest to Asian studies scholars. For more details please click the link: Asian Studies Development Program Conference.