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.
Volume of enrollment is a critical economic fact that impacts us mightily. John F. Kennedy once described himself as “an idealist without illusions.” When it comes to projections for our enrollment and financial future, let us operate from that same place of realistic and optimistic striving. Read more here!
Check out the latest news for veteran and military students at Middle Georgia State University. In this edition’s newsletter, you will find these headlines: Fall Semester Registration 2017: Next Month, In the Spotlight: Academic Advising, Greenlight A Vet, Spring Break, Employment and Scholarship Opportunities. Click on this link to read more: Knight Time News_February 2017.
Middle Georgia State University’s (MGA) Department of Nursing will be holding information sessions that include frequently asked questions about MGA’s Nursing program and a chance to meet the professors. Middle Georgia State University is hosting info sessions about bachelor’s and associate’s degree programs in Nursing on its campuses in Cochran, Macon, Warner Robins and Dublin. Continue reading
Techy Tips of the Week: GETTING MULTIPLE SECTIONS TO MEET IN ONE ONLINE ULTRA ROOM BLACKBOARD ULTRA When teaching multiple sections of the same online class, you may want to get everyone to meet in one Ultra classroom. To do this, you will place an online class in one of your D2L courses and then Continue reading
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
The Waddell Barnes Botanical Gardens is holding their annual Spring Garden Symposium on Saturday, February, 25th. The theme is Encouraging and Protecting Pollinators and goes along with last fall’s National Planting Day focus. We are proud to announce the presenters this year are all very well known in the horticulture world. Please see the attached Continue reading
The Health Clinics want to help you start the New Year off on the right track! We would like to invite students/faculty/staff to participate in our “Hump Day Hustle“! It will be a weekly event held each Wednesday, beginning on Jan. 11 at 12:45 p.m., will not last over an hour. It will be a Continue reading
Benjamin Brantley wasn’t looking to make history when he joined Middle Georgia State University’s charter class of graduate students. Even now, after learning that by luck of alphabetical order he will be the first student handed a Middle Georgia State master’s degree diploma, the 24-year-old’s response is characteristically low-key: “Good.” What’s better is Brantley’s confidence Continue reading
The MGA Student Veterans Esprit De Corps has released their December 2016 newsletter. This is an informative publication produced in efforts to encourage and help connect our veteran students of MGA to activities happening on all five campuses. This edition highlights all of the MGA Veteran Appreciation events that took place on all MGA campuses during the month Continue reading
As we approach flu season, we want to send a reminder – flu vaccines are covered at 100% for employees and dependents enrolled in the Comprehensive Care, Consumer Choice HSA or BlueChoice HMO at an in-network providers’ office or at the local pharmacy (such as CVS, Kroger, Walgreens, etc.). Coverage for flu vaccines during this Continue reading