A couple of weeks back I blogged about education and democracy. This blog is part two, in a sense, and is much more immediate and concrete.
Macon’s film community kicks off 2018 with the 20th annual College Town Film Series, opening Jan. 25 at the historic Douglass Theatre in downtown Macon. The three-film series, sponsored by Wesleyan College, Mercer University, and Middle Georgia State University has the theme “Women of the Night: A Film Noir Exploration.” Read more about this upcoming Continue reading
The MGA tennis teams partnered with the Middle Georgia Tennis Association and the Mercer University tennis team conducted two free tennis clinics for kids from the Macon area recently. This event is the second they have done in the last month, with a similar one in Warner Robins. 104 kids signed up in advance to participate! Congratulations on a Continue reading
Middle Georgia State University is home to the latest Rotaract Club, a service organization that is sponsored by Rotary International. We need students to help us build this exciting new club and want you to consider joining us. We will have our first meeting on Tuesday, November 7th at 12:30 pm in PSC 132 on the 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.
Middle Georgia State University is rolling out a graduate certificate in Technical Writing and Digital Communication this October.
A public forum to discuss Confederate monuments and the various points of view about what they symbolize will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 6, at Middle Georgia State University.
Armstrong State University alumni have selected Dr. Pamela Harwood Bedwell, now vice provost at Middle Georgia State University, as one of the most inspiring and supportive faculty/staff members of Armstrong’s 1996-2014 era. She, along with others selected for this recognition, will be honored on August 26 as part of the “Always Armstrong, Armstrong Celebration.” Bedwell’s Continue reading
Dr. Ken L. Fincher is joining Middle Georgia State University as vice president for University Advancement and executive director of the Middle Georgia State Foundation.