Make plans to attend the School of Information Technology’s first Cybersecurity Conference, featuring experts on key issues in cybersecurity, on Tuesday, Feb. 14. This daylong event, to be held in the banquet hall of Middle Georgia State’s Professional Sciences and Conference Center on the Macon Campus, is free and open to the public. To register, visit http://www.mga.edu/cyberconference2017.
#MGA is one of the newly highlighted institutions featured on a National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS)* webpage.
The MGA Museum of Technology (MoT) is looking for 3 1/2″ floppy disk storage boxes for use with our hands-on displays.
MGA Partners with Westchester Community College on IT Degree Transfer Agreement
Kartavya Trivedi, vice president of MGA’s Cyber Knights, has successfully competed in several national cybersecurity competitions and presented projects to industry professionals at national conferences.
Dr. Johnathan Yerby, chair of #MGA‘s IT department in the School of Computing, talks to Middle Georgia CEO about the University’s information technology programs. Check out this short video: http://middlegeorgiaceo.com/video/2020/07/dr-johnathan-yerby-school-computing-middle-georgia-state
The MGA Museum of Technology will be hosting a hands-on learning session on Thursday, July 11 at 10 a.m. on the second-floor lobby of the PSC building to get a brief tour of the museum’s collection before heading off to get hands dirty in the guts of some computers.
A group of Middle Georgia State University information technology majors recently took over Washington D.C. As part of an organized experiential learning trip designed to expose students to the cyber world at government agencies and non-profit organizations, a group of 11 students and 2 faculty explored D.C. for the week taking in the history of the nation’s Capital and applying what they learned in classes.
Michael Koohang, a Middle Georgia State University graduating senior, is one of just 350 students to win a scholarship to attend this year’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, Calif., an iconic event where the company showcases software and technologies and announces new products.
Dual-enrollment student Ryan Ashford is one of the #MGA Information Technology majors behind the development and maintenance of the vintage technology displays housed in the Professional Sciences building on the Macon Campus. Only 16 years old, he will make a bit of MGA history when he graduates this May with an associate’s degree in Information Technology.
Middle Georgia State University’s master’s degree in information technology is now a designated program of the National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CDE). The designation specifically applies to the cybersecurity and forensics concentration of the master’s program.