Thanks to Middle Georgia State’s growing involvement in international exchange programs, an economics sciences professor from Poland recently spent a week at the University sharing her research in knowledge and trust management and in social media.
Heather Sumner, a senior majoring in Education at Middle Georgia State University, got more than she bargained for late last year when she, along with recent MGA grad Meagan Pittman, and a few others visited friends in Gonaives, Haiti.
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The fall 2018 edition of MGA Today magazine is now online! Read about high school students getting a jumpstart on college through Middle Georgia State’s dual enrollment program. Other articles explore the University’s Knights Impact service-learning abroad program, the Knights athletics program, the charter graduating class of students in the master’s degree in nursing, and Continue reading
Applications for 2019 European Council (EC) study abroad faculty are now open at the following link:
Middle Georgia State University will celebrate International Education Week 2017 with sessions on study abroad opportunities, mini language lessons, and a “Holidays Around the World” presentation for students, faculty, and staff
AFS is delighted to offer *five webinars to help improve your global competence* on the occasion of this year’s International Education Week (IEW, 13-17 November 2017). Join a fantastic line-up of AFS experts plus renowned interculturalists *Dr. Darla Deardorff *and* Dr. Mick Vande Berg* to become part of AFS’s *learning-to-live-together* movement and better your classroom, Continue reading
Through a new partnership with Armstrong State University in Savannah, Middle Georgia State University students will be able to study abroad in Siena, Italy as early as spring semester 2018.
The Asian Studies Development Program is seeking proposals for its spring 2018 conference in Washington, DC. In connection with the conference, the USG Asia Council is organizing a pre-conference faculty development event to tour DC-area sites of interest to Asian studies scholars. For more details please click the link: Asian Studies Development Program Conference.
Dr. Laura Thomason plays a major role in getting more MGA students to participate in international programs.