Culture in Focus is an International e-Journal of Educational, Literary and Cultural Studies hosted by the MGA Department of English. The publication seeks to provide an important forum for scholarly interchange with original articles, book reviews and letters to the editor.
Three Middle Georgia State University (MGA) students finished in the top 25 of a recent online national cybersecurity competition. All seven students participating placed in the top 10 percent.
Students: Feeling stressed out over those final papers and projects? Help is available! Stop by your MGA Library on the Cochran, or Macon Campus during a Research Workshop to receive help from your friendly, and knowledgeable MGA librarians. You will leave with a worksheet that will help to guide you to research material for your paper Continue reading
Annual Honey Sale
Wednesday, Oct 10th
8 a.m. until 6 p.m. (or until we sell out)
Dillard Hall Atrium on the Cochran Campus
Visiting professor, Dr. Allan Wu and his class research the Ming Dynasty.
If you’re doing research or looking for something fun to read your MGA Libraries have thousands of ebooks for you to download.
A newly published book by three members of Middle Georgia State University’s English department is pretty monstrous.
The Open Education Group is in the process of identifying early career researchers and/or qualified Masters/PhD candidates in the United States and Canada for a fellowship to research topics related to Open Educational Resources (OER). Successful candidates will publish papers relating to the educational outcomes that take place when OER and/or open pedagogy are substituted for traditional learning materials and approaches.
With two of his #MGA professors, senior psychology major Anthony Cleator has co-authored several scholarly articles that will be published in research journals.
What happens to the borders and boundaries of the high art object when it becomes a hyperobject through commercialization? If low art is a boundless zombie swarm hollowing all art into economic value, then how does the loss of boundary turn art into a metaphor for other aspects of culture and current events?