MGA hosted a regional event for Science Olympiad, one of the largest K-12 STEM organizations in the US, on Saturday, Feb. 16. High Schools around the state traveled to our Macon Campus to participate. Teams from each high school were given the opportunity to compete in 23 different events and allowed approximately five (5) hours to complete the entire event.
Dr. Randy Spaid conducted a STEM/STEAM workshop for American International School science teachers at Carlucci AIS in Lisbon, Portugal, October 25-27.
Students now have more incentive to take rigorous science, technology, pre-engineering, and math classes at Middle Georgia State University (MGA).
Middle Georgia State University hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking on November 30 for a $5 million STEM academic building going up on the Warner Robins Campus. The state-funded building will add much-needed labs, technology based classrooms and a lecture hall for bachelor’s degree programs related to STEM – science, technology, engineering and math – on the Continue reading
Middle Georgia State University Set to Begin Warner Robins Campus STEM Building Construction Middle Georgia State University will break ground on a $5 million STEM academic building on the Warner Robins Campus at 10 a.m. Wednesday, November 30. The short ceremony/reception is free and open to the public. The state-funded building, to be connected to Continue reading