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.
September 18, 2017: Students and their parents interested in learning more about dually enrolling in college before graduating high school are invited to chat live via Facebook with Maggie Schuyler, assistant director of Admissions at Middle Georgia State University, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12. To join in the conversation, go to the dual-enrollment program’s Facebook Continue reading
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.
It’s that time again for our Benefits and Wellness Fair! Learn about the 2018 benefit changes and take advantage of the opportunity to talk with our benefits and wellness vendors and register for prizes. Flu shots will also be available for employees enrolled in USG’s health coverage. Please bring a copy of your insurance card Continue reading
Two weeks into the Fall semester, as students and faculty settle into new schedules and we begin to get a clear picture of our enrollment, it is worth focusing on the human element of higher education. The stress factor is palpable, or as all-too-common social media memes might put it, “the struggle is real.” Yet Continue reading
Local artists are invited to submit their work for an exhibit to be hosted by Middle Georgia State University’s Gay-Straight Alliance, a student organization, at Ampersand Guild in downtown Macon on October 16. The theme for the show is “Inclusiveness.” All forms of art are welcome, including statues, 3D art, photography and oil paintings. The deadline to Continue reading
A team representing Middle Georgia State University advanced to the finals of the recent Technology Association of Georgia’s (TAG) Information of Things (IOT) Hackathon 2017 in Alpharetta, Ga.
Your MGA Knightly News! M: Macon Campus C: Cochran Campus D: Dublin Campus E: Eastman Campus W: Warner Robins Campus A: All campuses EVENTS – WEEK OF AUG 13 – 19 AUG 13 C: Back To School Pool Party, Swimming Pool @ 6 – 9:30 pm AUG 14 M: Welcome Back Coffee Continue reading
Gene Behrends helps #MGA students take flight.
Affordable Learning Georgia announces rounds 10 and 11 for the Textbook Transformation Grants. Any questions can be submitted to David Biek, firstname.lastname@example.org or Pat Borck, email@example.com. View the interactive link here.