Experiential Learning Liaisons: Knowledge@Work

Knowledge@Work is a quality enhancement initiative for Middle Georgia State University that will begin implementation Fall semester 2015.  As designed and publicly affirmed by the SACSCOC Re-Affirmation Visiting Team, this initiative has the power to transform the educational experience for our students in a positive and substantive way.  It can also serve as a catalyst to make us a destination institution.  In advance of the work before us, we want to personally thank all members of our MGA community for support of this initiative.

Each academic unit has an Experiential Learning Liaison (EL Liaison) that will lead their unit in identifying internship, service learning, and research opportunities for our students.   The following individuals will represent their units for the 15-16 Academic Year:

School of IT – Johnathan Yerby (Macon)

School of Business – Jerry L. Williams (Macon)

School of Education – Sumitra Himangshu (Macon)

College of Arts and Sciences

FYE –  Liz Riley (Macon)

Department of English – Stephen Fuller (Cochran)

Department of MCA – Rebecca Lanning (Macon)

Department of Math – Richard Kilburn (Warner Robins)

Department of Natural Sciences – Christie Canady (Cochran)

Department of Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice – Emmie Cochran-Jackson (Macon)

Department of History – Matt Jennings (Macon)

School of Aviation

William Perry Brown (Eastman)

Ed Weathersbee (Eastman)

School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Department of Nursing – Patsy Butts (Macon)

Department of Health Services – Darcy Sun (Macon)

Department of Occupational Therapy – Amy Bryant (Cochran)

Department of Respiratory Therapy – Teri Miller (Macon)

Dublin at Large – Kara Smith (Dublin)