Mind Your Manners Etiquette Dinner was hosted as a joint collaboration between Career Services, the Peer Career Advisors Club, and Sodexo. A total of 48 students and 3 employers attended.
Eleven (11) students, one faulty, and two staff members were provided free transportation from the MGA Macon campus to the Cobb Galleria in Atlanta to attend the largest career fair in the state of Georgia.
On March 29th, students, faculty and staff greeted nearly 30 employers hoping to connect with jobs seekers at the Middle Georgia State University Eastman School of Aviation Spring Career Fair.
The Middle Georgia State University Student Government Association will be hosting the first ever “It’s On Us” week April 23-26, 2018. This week is aiming to raise awareness of sexual assault both on and off college campuses. We will have a combination of guest speakers and RADS classes across our five campuses, and we encourage students, alumni, faculty, and staff to attend!
The Rotaract Club of MGA will hold its final meeting of the semester on April 30th at 4pm in PSC 329 on the Macon campus. Anyone interested is welcome to attend in person or via Skype. The club is currently collecting toiletry items to be distributed to safe houses and homeless shelters in the mid-Georgia area. Dropboxes for donations are located in the School of Information Technology and outside the Psychology Department Offices on the Macon campus, as well as in the Student Center at the Warner Robins Campus and the Post Office and the Wellness Center at Cochran. The last day to donate is April 30th! Contact club president Matthew Molina at firstname.lastname@example.org or club advisor Tina Ashford at email@example.com for more information.
Students: Stressed out over those final papers and projects?
Help is available! Stop by your MGA Library on the Cochran, Macon or Warner Robins Campus during a Research Workshop to receive help from your knowledgeable librarians. You will leave with a worksheet that will guide you to research material for your paper or project.
Everything you wanted to know about OERs but were afraid to ask: From Ground Zero to Implementation and Beyond
Are you thinking of utilizing open education resources (OERs), in lieu of a textbook? Do you want more information of how to start the process? Are you wondering about the benefits and barriers? If you answered yes, this interactive presentation is for you. Participants will discuss redesigning a course using OERs, examine benefits and barriers, and review student and faculty feedback about the pros and cons.