A new graduate of Middle Georgia State, Rachel Maddox is headed to Mercer Law School and a career advocating for civil rights.
Dr. Lorraine Dubuisson is president of the Georgia Philological Association and organizer of the recent Knight Writers camp, designed to connect MGA’s Cochran Campus with the local school system.
renten Williams, who graduates May 8 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, is the President’s Scholar for the Class of 2018. Each year, a graduating senior is chosen by MGA’s Honors, Awards and Graduation Committee, with the approval of the University president, to be the President’s Scholar based on her or his outstanding academic record, involvement in campus and/or community service activities, and demonstration of characteristics indicating the promise of a successful future.
Jordan Rigdon, who is graduating with a B.S. in early childhood special education, is MGA’s 2018 Academic Recognition Day Scholar.
With two of his #MGA professors, senior psychology major Anthony Cleator has co-authored several scholarly articles that will be published in research journals.
A business major with plans for entrepreneurship, Sandra Mejia is a shining example of how non-traditional students can take leadership roles at Middle Georgia State.
Natalie Esparza, a highly engaged senior majoring in New Media and Communications, plans a career working for organizations that promote human rights.
Business major Kianna Delas, who moved to Georgia from Canada to play guard for the Knights women’s basketball team, is aiming for a career in the corporate world.
At MGA, Business major and student organization leader Markel Greene discovered academic talent he didn’t know he had.
One of MGA’s most active and accomplished students, graduating senior Lizzie Mathias plans to begin her career as a social worker helping children. Learn more about her plans after graduation here.