Luke Ross, one of MGA’s first students to pursue the new Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Musicianship, is already an accomplished percussionist.
Dr. Matt Noble, assistant professor of math, is the 2018 recipient of the faculty award for Outstanding Scholarship. Read more about his service and contributions to the Middle Georgia State here.
Dr. Ron Williams, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences (COAS), is pleased to announce that four faculty members and the Department of Natural Sciences are being recognized for their outstanding service to the community.
The English Department would like to share the latest accomplishments and highlights that have transpired thus far during the summer. Dr. Christopher Cairney, the assistant chair of the English Department, is the invited Keynote Speaker at the 11th World Conference on Educational Sciences which will take place in Italy (Florence and Milan) on February 7-10, 2019. Continue reading
Arts Festival 2018 is wrapping up this week with our last two events. Mark your calendars and come out and meet the owner of Ampersand Guild located in downtown Macon. Business owner and artist, Daniel Montoute will present a talk and an art demonstration on both the Cochran and Macon campuses.
The Women’s Studies Association is calling for donations for our annual homeless women care package drive. We are looking for personal, feminine, and oral hygiene items, underwear of all sizes, and cereal/protein bars.
All donations can be sent to Dr. Sabrina Wengier, Department of Media, Culture, and the Arts on the Macon Campus. Questions? Contact Dr. Sabrina Wengier, 478-471-3574 or email@example.com
Culture In Focus, Issue No. 2
Papers invited on a broad range of cultural, literary and educational topics internationally in all the relevant areas that fall within the scope of this journal. We are especially interested for this issue in papers related to education and culture including such areas as:
Midterm anxiety? The Writing Center, Macon, (TEB 226) is available to help with writing assignment for all courses. Our hours are 11-5, M-Th. We look forward to seeing you!
What happens to the borders and boundaries of the high art object when it becomes a hyperobject through commercialization? If low art is a boundless zombie swarm hollowing all art into economic value, then how does the loss of boundary turn art into a metaphor for other aspects of culture and current events?
Middle Georgia State University instructor Heather Ness and honors students Rachel Maddox and Kourtney Crumpton put the nerd back in Psychology with their recent presentation at the National Collegiate Honors Council Conference in Atlanta.