Aspiring pharmacists who are students at Middle Georgia State University (MGA) will be eligible to earn doctoral degrees a year early based on an articulation agreement recently signed by MGA and PCOM South Georgia. “The PharmD Early Assurance Program offers MGA students an exciting opportunity to earn their baccalaureate degree from Middle Georgia State University and the degree of Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine,” said Dr. Dawn Sherry, chair of the Natural Sciences department at MGA.
New Media major Kaitlyn Kelly, senior writer for MGA’s student newspaper and a reporter for the student video production office, is pursuing a career in film production.
In late February, Sara Lynn Slagle got an offer she did not want to refuse. A modeling agency offered the Middle Georgia State University student, a professional model since she was a junior at Macon’s First Presbyterian Day School, a chance to work in Los Angeles for two or three months – maybe longer. She could build her portfolio (her “book,” as they refer to it in the modeling industry) and potentially make some serious money.
Join us on March 28th for the Francophone & Hispanic Movie Series! “La guagua aérea” (1993) will begin screening at 5:00 P.M. in the Math Auditorium on the Macon Campus. Contact Dr. Maritza Bell-Corrales for more information.
Today, about 40 students based on the Cochran Campus are majoring in New Media and Communications. They take many of their upper-division courses from and are mentored by faculty member Rebecca Edwards, who brings real-world film and TV industry experience to the classroom.
In 2009, shortly after taking a faculty position in the English department of what is now Middle Georgia State University, Dr. Shane Trayers founded the Macon Writers Group to create a community for writers living in the region. This past January, the Macon Writers Group celebrated its 10th anniversary with a party and the publication of the anthology, Discover Why I’ve Led You Here.
Grace Adams-Square of MGA’s political science faculty is known for her work that recognizes and honors the University’s students who are military veterans.
A former dual-enrollment student, Morgan Baggett took a break from college after a temporary move away but has now resumed her pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree at the Dublin Campus of Middle Georgia State University.
Nearly 630 students are eligible to collect their diplomas from Middle Georgia State University at fall graduation ceremonies scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 13. Col. Lyle K. Drew, commander, 78th Air Base Wing, Robins Air Force Base, will be the commencement speaker.
When Jahi Mendes registered for Dr. Karmen Lenz’s early British literature course, the last thing he expected to see on the syllabus was a heart dissection.