Affordable Learning Georgia is issuing a Request for Proposals for Textbook Transformation Grants with applications due by April 8, 2019.
Amy Winfrey, an #MGA graduate who is now assistant director of Library Services on the Warner Robins and Dublin campuses, recently presented her research at the American Library Association Midwinter Conference in Seattle on information seeking and sharing behaviors of LGBTQ+ students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Middle Georgia State University invites faculty, staff, students and the general public to the 2019 Spring Symposium. The event will be held on Saturday, February 23rd in the 1st floor of the Professional Sciences Building on the Macon Campus. Continental breakfast and registration begins at 8:30 A.M. Registration Fees include continental breakfast and buffet lunch: General Public $40.00. Faculty/Students $20.00.
The Institutional Research Department is collecting faculty accomplishments to include in the annual fact book! We invite all faculty to submit publications, presentations, and other significant professional activities. The submission must be completed by Jan 31st for guaranteed inclusion.
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Deadline Approaching for W-2 Electronic Consent
The deadline to consent to receive your 2018 W-2 electronically, Dec. 31, 2018, in OneUSG Connect is quickly approaching.
To help you plan ahead for the 2019 holidays, here are the altered work schedules:
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.
Ethics Awareness Week is November 11-17, 2018 Faculty and staff at Middle Georgia State University will join colleagues across the University System of Georgia in celebrating Ethics Awareness Week with a series of events and fun reminders. The theme for the annual observance in 2018 is Celebrating Our Ethical Culture. MGA is hosting Continue reading
Any found items on campus are to be turned into the police precinct on your campus. Please don’t start a lost-and-found within your office or department. By centralizing found items with MGA Police Department, we can better match up property with their rightful owners quickly and without creating unnecessary stolen-item reports at MGAPD.
To continue the tradition, MGA faculty and staff will again stuff Salvation Army Christmas stockings for the community!