Middle Georgia State University (MGA) will host UNITY@MGA during the week of November 27- December 1, 2017, highlighting an interactive social dialogue through the creation of a public art installation on both the Macon and Cochran campuses.
Dr. Neil Rigole and Mr. Jon Coder will be presenting a workshop titled “Best Practices for Teaching a V-con Class”. This 75-minute workshop will be presented from the Macon campus on November 15th and will be available through video conference on all other campuses. Additional information and the ability to register are available through the link below.
MGA’s art faculty, which is a part of the Media, Culture & the Arts Department, hosts the 3rd art exhibition and artist talk with Macon resident, Wini McQueen. McQueen is known for her narrative quilts, using transferring techniques, that include hand-dyed accessories and revolves her work around women’s rights, race and society. This event will Continue reading
MGA Campus Store operational hours for
week of November 20th – 24th will be as followed:
Hello Knights! The Campus Store needs your help! We are hosting a focus group to advise us on student needs that are not currently being met by the Campus Store. Students involved will be asked to watch a short presentation containing a sneak preview of new merchandise for Spring semester. While the focus group will mainly be Continue reading
•On Tuesday, November 7, 2017 Visit the French table at the International Food Festival on the Cochran campus at 4 p.m. Enjoy crêpes, baguettes and French cheeses!
•On Wednesday, November 8, 2017 Enjoy a French breakfast in COAS 110 on the Macon campus, 8:30 to 10 a.m. (while food lasts!) Sponsored by The Office of International Programs.
MGA Tutors from 8 Tutoring Centers Attend the 15th Annual Georgia Tutoring Association (GaTA) Conference
The 15th annual conference for the Georgia Tutoring Association (GaTA) was hosted by Middle Georgia State University on Saturday, October 21, 2017.
Join Gallery Talk/Closing Reception with artist Michael Simmons on Nov. 6, 2017 at 6 pm, in the Peacock Gallery of Russell Hall at Middle Georgia State University – Cochran Campus
This is the 2nd art exhibition of the Fall 2017 semester in the Peacock Gallery of Russell Hall on the Cochran Campus. Hope you can make it.
MGA faculty, staff and students have been maintaining bee hives and doing research with honey bees on the Cochran Campus. This group will be selling 100% natural honey in the Dillard Hall Atrium on Thursday Nov. 9, 2017 from 9 am – 6 pm. Arrive early to ensure a purchase, the honey goes quick! Other items that will be for sale are beeswax candles, lotion, lip balm, decorations. The proceeds from the honey sale will be used to maintain the school’s bee hives, to educate the institute and surrounding communities about honey bees and other pollinators
No conversation is Worth a Life: What Happens after the Crash?
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Distracted driving claimed 3,477 lives in 2015 alone. Knowledge of these devastating statistics prompted Middle Georgia State University’s Police Department, Respiratory Therapy, and Residence Life to team up and educate MGA students about the perils of distracted driving! Students experienced a Distracted Driving and Emergency Room scene demo, showing students how much one text message could truly cost. Special thank you to Lieutenant Detective Toya Coleman and Jasmine Brown Assistant Professor Respiratory Therapy for reminding us all that no conversation is worth a life!