Under Graduate Showcase

Dear colleagues, On behalf of the Office of Experiential Learning, I am proud to announce the launch of MGA’s Second Annual Undergraduate Showcase. For the next three weeks, MGA students will show off their skills, their talents, and their accomplishments to the Middle Georgia community. These demonstrations will take every form and span every discipline – from Continue reading


Guest Speaker John Legg – College on the Move!

The MGA Department of History and Political Science and the Office of Experiential Learning present…College on the Move!   April 12th @ 12:30 in the Student Life Center room 151, next to the cafeteria With guest speaker John Legg, MGA student and co-creator of “Images of the Historic Southeast: The Carolinas”


Milton’s Hell: Paradise Lost in Voice and Image

This is an art exhibit and audio show, with follow-up small-group discussions MGA’s Department of English is planning for students. Everyone is welcome to go see the work of artist Kathryn Peckham at the exhibit, which takes place at Ampersand Guild in downtown Macon. Where: Ampersand Guild (Downtown Macon) When: Tuesday, April 18th Time: 7pm-9pm Continue reading


Knights Impact – International Service-Learning Opportunity: Dominican Republic, May 21-28, 2017

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


Lunch-and-Learn: Gain Insight on Juggling Life and Undergraduate Research

Research is fundamental to work in the humanities. But how can undergraduates do meaningful research in these disciplines with limited time, resources, budgets, and work, school, and family obligations? This lunch-and-learn offering by the Office of Experiential Learning and the Coordinator of Undergraduate Research will provide ALL THE ANSWERS. Okay, that might have been a Continue reading


Undergraduate Showcase

For the next four weeks, MGA students will show off their skills, their talents, and their accomplishments to the Middle Georgia community. These demonstrations will take every form and span every discipline – from curated art shows to scholarly papers, from Student Leadership Awards to student vocal performances – and will give our students the opportunity to share the results of their experiential learning with their friends, families, fellow students, and the Middle Georgia community as a whole. All events are free and open to the public.