It is possible to do good work—great work—and to be fulfilled and inspired. It is possible to integrate our times of laughter, relaxation and innovation with what we do to help others.
Choosing to stay home for college has opened doors to the world for Psychology major Garrett Stone. Read more about how MGA has helped pave a clear path for him in reaching his goals.
Students in two Experiential Learning classes this semester (HS 2380 – Health Communications) and (PSYC 4030- Psychological Testing) have worked diligently on an IRB approved research project focused on educating their fellow classmates about the necessity of an advanced care planning and collecting data identifying significant attitudes and factors that influence the completion of advance directives among college Continue reading
Good afternoon Colleagues, Knights Impact is an international service-learning program coordinated by the Office of Experiential Learning and the Office of International Programs offering students an affordable, high-impact experiential learning opportunity. The week of May 21, 2017, a cohort of MGA faculty, staff, and students will sail from Miami to the Dominican Republic aboard the intimate 704-passenger Adonia with Fathom Impact Continue reading
Please join the Office of Experiential Learning and the History Student Organization as we welcome Dr. Maurice Hobson, Assistant Professor of History, Georgia State University, to the Macon Campus on Wednesday, November 16. He’ll be speaking at 5 p.m. in 396 Jones Building. The talk is titled, “The Bravado of the Black Mecca: The Olympics, Atlanta, Continue reading
New Experiential Learning Liaisons: The list of 2016-17 Experiential Learning Liaisons has been released by the Office of Experiential Learning: School of IT – Tina Ashford (Macon) School of Business – Jerry L. Williams (Macon) School of Education – Sumitra Himangshu (Macon) College of Arts and Sciences FYE – Liz Riley (Macon) Department of English Continue reading
Faculty reminder: The Office of Experiential Learning accepts applications for a number of faculty and course development resources – click here to find out more.
Today the School of Education successfully launched an Experiential Learning open house with many community partners and students sharing their hands on experiences.
Knowledge@Work is a quality enhancement initiative for Middle Georgia State University that will begin implementation Fall semester 2015. Each academic unit has an Experiential Learning Liaison (EL Liaison) that will lead their unit in identifying internship, service learning, and research opportunities for our students. The complete list of liaisons is posted here.