“Graduate Education and Women in the Twenty-first Century,” AAUW networking presentation by Dr. Loretta Clayton

Dr. Loretta Clayton, associate dean of Graduate Studies at Middle Georgia State University, will be the keynote speaker at the Tuesday, February 14th meeting of the Houston-Peach branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). The title of her talk is, “Graduate Education and Women in the Twenty-first Century.”  The themes of leadership and Continue reading

History Made Comes Second to Knowledge Gained for MGA’s First Master’s Degree Grads

Benjamin Brantley wasn’t looking to make history when he joined Middle Georgia State University’s charter class of graduate students. Even now, after learning that by luck of alphabetical order he will be the first student handed a Middle Georgia State master’s degree diploma, the 24-year-old’s response is characteristically low-key: “Good.” What’s better is Brantley’s confidence Continue reading

Drop-in Session and Mixer with Graduate Studies

Are you considering Graduate School? Middle Georgia State University’s Office of Graduate Studies will host a drop-in information session and mixer for prospective students interested in its new master’s degrees. MGA is accepting applications for its currently operating online Master of Science in Nursing and the Master of Science in Information Technology, as well as Continue reading

The Princeton Review Presents: Graduate Testing Information

What is the GRE and GMAT? On Tuesday, October 18, from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, in Room 212 of Oak Hall on the Warner Robins campus, a representative from the Princeton Review will hold 50-minute informational sessions on two tests necessary for admittance to various graduate schools and programs: the GRE (the general graduate Continue reading