Dr. Michael Kenneth Holt is joining MGA as dean of the School of Business while Dr. Tara L. Underwood will take the helm of the School of Health Sciences.
Middle Georgia State University is now participating in the Greenlight A Vet initiative. Every campus and/or location, including VECTR and the Macon FBO, now have at least one green light glowing proudly every night to show support for our military veterans. For those who don’t know, this initiative highlights the significant contributions of our veterans Continue reading
The Department of Mathematics and the Department of Natural Sciences held a Halloween Door Decorating Contest.
MGA Faculty, Staff and Students, The Office of Veteran and Military Services would like to take a moment to highlight those who have served our great nation, including many faculty, staff and students. We must never underestimate the contributions made to both our institution and the community by our service members and their families. The Continue reading
The. B.A. in History is scheduled to expand to the Cochran Campus.
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Green Zone Training was recently held for the first time at Middle Georgia State University. In total, 129 faculty and staff made the voluntary commitment to participate.
Exciting changes in the Office of the Provost.
The Green Zone can best be described as a location recognized by veterans and active service members as a safe place. Green Zone Training has been scheduled for Thursday, August 4th at 9am and 10:30am. Training participants will learn about issues potentially facing these two student groups.
The University System of Georgia continues to move in the direction of applying to become an Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) State. Middle Georgia State University is actively engaged in the effort and will hold two drop-in informational sessions on LEAP.