Aspasia Karfakis, a member of the MGA Knights women’s soccer team, makes the grade on and off the field.
Middle Georgia State University (MGA) will launch a Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy in fall 2018. The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia recently approved the program. MGA’s new degree is just the fourth traditional baccalaureate Respiratory Therapy program in Georgia and the only one in the central and southwest part of the state. Continue reading
MGA announces the new D2L Sign-In Method for Brightspace effective as of December 16th, 2017. Detailed information on how to initially log in can be found below. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Students and Faculty will now use their MGA e-mail username and password to log into D2L/Brightspace. It is essential that you keep up Continue reading
Biology major Theresa Lasal, a member of MGA’s new women’s cross-country team, is pursuing a military medical career focused on helping amputee soldiers and vets. Read more about Theresa’s and her long-term goals here.
The European Union Studies Program of the University System of Georgia will be holding a student conference at Georgia College in Milledgeville on March 8 and 9, 2018. If you are working on a paper or other project related to the European Union (EU), you are strongly encouraged to submit a proposal to present at Continue reading
During the winter break, our MGA’s dining services will be closed temporarily. Please review our change in hours. We wish everyone a safe and wonderful winter break! Cochran Campus dining venues: Georgia Dining Hall, Sandford Cafe and Papa John’s Eastman Campus – Runway Cafe Macon Campus: Camelot Court, Subway, Starbucks PSC, Library Cafe and Duke’s Spot Knights Continue reading
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