During the course of the last two weeks, my experience of the “public square”—a metaphor I have used to describe the environment for a public university—was being at the State Capitol to meet with our representatives and senators about funding. Specifically, we are asking our elected officials to support our request for nearly $1M to begin the planning and design work in the upcoming fiscal year FY19 for renovations on our Cochran campus that are vital to enrollment growth. If we are successful, and the legislature and the Governor sign off on the University System of Georgia’s request, then we can look forward to the planning stage of our Cochran renovations beginning this summer.
As the momentum of a new calendar year builds, bringing with it several changes for Middle Georgia State University (MGA), the institution’s leadership is looking to the future.
On February 2, University President Dr. Christopher Blake issued a “white paper” entitled “20/20 Vision: Toward a Clear-Sighted View of Greatness” to assist in identifying the needs and priorities for a new strategic plan…
Last night, in an upset, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the 6-time Super Bowl-winning New England Patriots. As most of you know, I am a bigger fan of the football referred to on this side of the Atlantic as soccer, but I believe championship games like last night’s Super Bowl hold lessons for us all.
Even at a pace that makes the weeks fly by, we have remained focused on the goals we identified at the beginning of the academic year. One of the things we have deliberately engaged in is a Focus on Enrollment.
Middle Georgia State’s History Student Organization, a student club, is hosting Dr. Christopher Blake, University president, at two events to discuss his new book, “And Half the Seed of Europe: A Genealogy of the Great War 1914-1918.”
“The Great War at 100: Its Shadow & Legacy” will be the topic of Middle Georgia State University’s inaugural event of The Master Lectures & Conversations Series.
Dr. Christopher Blake, Middle Georgia State president, will discuss aspects of World War I at two events:
Thanks to a new formal agreement, students who complete specific academic programs at Oconee Fall Line Technical College can seamlessly transfer to Middle Georgia State University to complete degrees.
The AT&T Foundation is making it financially easier for accomplished high school students to remain enrolled at Middle Georgia State University’s Georgia Academy.