College of Arts & Sciences Recognizes Community Engagement

Dr. Ron Williams, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences (COAS), is pleased to announce that four faculty members and the Department of Natural Sciences are being recognized for their outstanding service to the community: Dr. Shane Trayers, Associate Professor of English is awarded first place for service and leadership through the creation of the Macon Writers Group (MWG); a recognition for second place is shared by Dr. Christopher Hornung, Associate Professor of Engineering and Mr. Jeffrey Wiles, Assistant Professor of Biology for their service and leadership in the annual hosting of the Middle Georgia Regional Science Olympiad, an affiliate of the National Science Olympiad; and a third place to Mr. Charles Agnew, Associate Professor of Art and Art Program Coordinator for distinguished community engagement through the services provided to the Bleckley County Public School System by volunteering as a primary school reader and by teaching art to homeschool students. Recipients received certificates and gift cards made possible by the Middle Georgia State University Foundation.     In the next year, the COAS plans to continue to encourage community engagement and to recognize outstanding service in the areas of leadership and professional expertise.