As thousands of students return to our five campuses today, we begin a new academic year. For some, this is the very first day of their college careers. For others, the final stretch towards graduation in December or May. For all of us, today holds promise
My thanks to each of you—faculty or staff—for bringing 1082 students to graduation this week. You have found your greatness, as well as theirs, in this year. Read more about this week’s commencement ceremonies here.
The USG recently announced a Comprehensive Administrative Review. We look forward to sharing the amazing transformation that has made MGA a model of lean operations. Learn more here.
As the academic year draws to a close, please join me in congratulating more than 50 students and outstanding faculty who received awards at the 2017 Middle Georgia State University Honors Convocation, and join us in honoring our student leaders this Wednesday, April 12 at 6 pm at the Student Leadership Awards in Warner Robins. Continue reading
We have a great story to tell. Your experiences, the scholarly works you generate, the contributions you make to economic development, each of those becomes part of our story. Read more about how these engagements impact our MGA community.
Just a reminder, that the deadline to register is approaching for the upcoming workshop on “Teaching Japan.” The Asia Council is pleased to present the 2017 Workshop, “Teaching Japan”. Please see the flyer attachment link for lectures and activities. Registration is free! The Deadline is Friday, March 31, 2017. We hope to see someone from every campus there this Continue reading
We have received approval from the SACS Commission on Colleges to begin admitting students into our first face-to-face graduate program, the Master of Science in Management (MSM) offered by our School of Business. Learn more about our continued expansion here.
Our progress under Complete College Georgia—an initiative that seeks to remove artificial barriers to post-secondary student success—provides policymakers with a picture of how well we, as educators, are preparing Georgia’s workforce for industries that drive our economy. Increasingly we are overcoming our silos and working collaboratively across divisions, departments and campuses. Learn more about our Continue reading