A graduate of what is now MGA, Alan Stines began his career with a University staff position and eventually became a member of the IT faculty.
MGA inducted its first members of Alpha lota Mu (AIM) honor society chapter on May 5th. Learn more about AIM and its members here.
Larry Hollingsworth, right, an MGA graduate student in IT, is shown with Dr. Neil Rigole, assistant professor of IT, at a recent Southern Association for Information Systems (SAIS) conference at St. Simons Island. Hollingsworth and Jennifer Ray, an #MGA graduate, wrote a paper about gamification and game-based learning principles based on Rigole’s research. They presented Continue reading
The Cyber Knights, Middle Georgia State University’s cyber defense competition squad, is one of only eight teams to advance to the regional level of the annual Southeast Regional Cyber Defense Competition. At recent state level competition, 33 colleges and universities competed. Regional competition – “the playoffs,” so to speak – will take place April Continue reading
Dear Students, The scholarship committee of School of IT will organize an academic workshop this month. The topic is how to write a paper. This topic focuses on scientific papers, e.g., papers published in scientific journals and conference proceedings. Dr. Yingfeng Wang will present the second part of this topic, flow, in PSC room 256 on the Continue reading
Benjamin Brantley, Misty Kiernan and Douglas Smalley, all students in Middle Georgia State University’s graduate program in Information Technology, presented their research of hot-button digital issues at the recent International Association for Computer Information Systems Conference in Nashville, Tenn. All three are members of the charter class of graduate IT students at MGA, which introduced Continue reading
Are your online passwords secure? October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. I would like for everyone to focus on the importance of good password habits. Please visit Stay Safe Online website for more information on password and securing your accounts. Our passwords are considered to be the first line of defense against unauthorized access Continue reading
Middle Georgia State’s Center for Cybersecurity Education and Applied Research is one of the academic partners launching this year’s Black T-Shirt Cyber Forensics Challenge.
Teaching and promoting cybersecurity to businesses, government and individuals are among the goals of a new center just launched by the School of Information Technology.
Information session to be held Nov. 18 for students interested in the master’s degree in information technology or the master’s degree in nursing.