Workshop: 9 Elements of Great Instruction

Whether you teach in the classroom, online, or outside under a tree, creating effective instruction is essential to student learning. This workshop will present and explain nine key elements recognized in research and practice as being part of successful instruction. Attendees are encouraged to bring an idea or concept they may use in the session Continue reading


MGA Health Clinics now offering regular satellite clinic hours

MGA Health Clinics are pleased to announce they will be reaching out to Warner Robins, Eastman, and Dublin campuses with regular satellite clinic hours! Warner Robins – Autumn Lucas, NP-C from the Macon Clinic will be supporting the Warner Robins satellite clinic on the first Tuesday of each month. Since the first Tuesday of March will be during Continue reading


2017 Cybersecurity Conference Presented By School of IT

Make plans to attend the School of Information Technology’s first Cybersecurity Conference, featuring experts on key issues in cybersecurity, on Tuesday, Feb. 14. This daylong event, to be held in the banquet hall of Middle Georgia State’s Professional Sciences and Conference Center on the Macon Campus, is free and open to the public. To register, visit http://www.mga.edu/cyberconference2017.


Teaching East Asia: Japan Registration Form

Good Afternoon:  The Asia Council of the University System of Georgia is excited to announce the that the Asia Council workshop on Japan is now accepting registrations. Registration is free!   For more information, see the flyer attached.  Japan Symposium Flyer 2017 REGISTER HERE


Graduate Studies Preparing to Launch a New Master’s Degree in Business

The School of Business is excited to announce that, pending the approval of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, we will be launching a new Master of Science in Management (MSM)* degree this summer.  The program is open to anyone with an accredited undergraduate degree.  The MSM is a 31 credit Continue reading


The first 75 students to register for the Tubman Museum trip receive free admission!

February is Black History Month and The Office of Student Life would like to take MGA students to the Tubman Museum in Macon, GA on Friday, February 24th @ 10 AM. We believe this opportunity will enhance your knowledge of American History while also creating an opportunity for you to engage with your peers. The Continue reading


Chance to win BeatsSolo2 headphones or a Fitbit!

The Office of Auxiliary Services is interested in hearing from MGA students regarding their experiences across campuses. In order to measure various campus services, such as the Campus Store, Campus Dining, the Knight Card, Vending, Housing and Residence Life and Health Services, we are asking that you complete the below survey no later than Friday, Continue reading


IT academic workshops on video

Dear Colleagues, On behalf of the scholarship committee of the School of Information Technology (IT), I am writing to share video records of our academic workshops. Since last semester, scholarship committee has hosted several academic workshops for boosting undergraduate research. The links of video records of these workshops are given as follows. How to write Continue reading


College Street will be closed to through traffic

Starting February 17, 2017, all faculty and staff members who currently park on College Street in front of Haynes and Grace Halls will now need to park in the Ebenezer Hall lot, which includes 21 faculty/staff spaces, three handicapped/ADA spaces and eight visitor spaces. Sarah Street will now be the only entrance on the north Continue reading