extended meetings to review each academic program, curriculum structure, locations of delivery, faculty workloads, and many other areas of instruction and support.
Evaluations are open for first session and Saturday 1 classes. The evaluation period will close on the last day of the class – February 23 for Saturday 1 classes and February 27 for first session classes.
Over the last few weeks, the Provost’s office staff met with academic leaders involved in scheduling and programming. These meetings spanned six different sessions, each lasting most of a day. In these meetings we reviewed our academic program portfolio, academic program locations, progress of students through degrees, and other issues related to scheduling and programming. These meetings have been very insightful and helpful in refining our academic strategy across our campuses and online.
In January 2018, Dr. Jonathan R. Anderson became provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Middle Georgia State University. The provost is the University’s chief academic officer and serves as the chief executive in the absence of the president.
The evaluation period for Saturday (2), full and second session classes are open. Could you please put a prompt in InsideMGA about this?
Listed below is the text of the announcement inside of Brightspace (D2L), feel free to wordsmith:
Let your opinion be known!
All MGA Campus Stores will be closed for a Staff Development day on Monday, April 23, 2018.
Good Afternoon, It has been a very good first day at Middle Georgia State University. I express appreciation to President Blake for the opportunity to be here and for Dr. Sullivan and the search committee for their work in the search process. I am grateful for the opportunity to work with you and am excited about the work Continue reading
As the new semester begins, Auxiliary Services wants to make sure everyone is aware of some information related to meal plans, vending and the Campus Store:
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