Jeffrey Tarver of MGA’s School of Education & Behavioral Sciences is the founder of a non-profit organization that teaches life skills to participants through sports and activities.
A new academic organizational structure will help Middle Georgia State (MGA) strengthen efforts to create smaller, supportive communities of students, faculty and others within the University as a whole.
Psychology major Moreh Jackson traveled abroad three times as an MGA student, either for study or service learning. Now she is on her way to Scotland to pursue a Ph.D.
Nearly 630 students are eligible to collect their diplomas from Middle Georgia State University at fall graduation ceremonies scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 13. Col. Lyle K. Drew, commander, 78th Air Base Wing, Robins Air Force Base, will be the commencement speaker.
Zakeyia Westberry, an education major and member of the Cochran Campus Activities Board, recently published a book of her poetry.
Once she became a junior at Middle Georgia State University, Allie Keel made the same discovery many students make when they begin taking upper-level courses: balancing a job with a full college workload is a challenge.
Dr. Rebecca Nees played a key role in the development of MGA’s new sociology minor and is teaching in the University’s inaugural Summer Scholars program. Learn
Jordan Rigdon, who is graduating with a B.S. in early childhood special education, is MGA’s 2018 Academic Recognition Day Scholar.
Assistant Professor of Social Dr. Kiana Battle received Faculty Development Funds for the Spring 2018 semester. She had the opportunity to present at the 29th National Youth -At-Risk Conference in Savannah Georgia this month. She also submitted this information to the Teacher Education and Social Work Department.
One of MGA’s most active and accomplished students, graduating senior Lizzie Mathias plans to begin her career as a social worker helping children. Learn more about her plans after graduation here.