Congrats to Dr. John M. Pattillo, who teaches human anatomy and physiology at #MGA!
Yesterday, the State of Georgia performed an important symbolic and executive function inaugurating Mr. Brian Kemp, former Secretary of State, as the new Governor of the State. Amidst this week’s inaugural fanfare and the beginning of the 153rd Georgia General Assembly, Governor Kemp’s inauguration reminds us, and encapsulates, our democratic lifestyle in the state, the US and the Western World. It is a great thing our leaders are chosen, in Lincoln’s eloquent words, by the people, of the people, for the people.
Three Middle Georgia State University (MGA) students finished in the top 25 of a recent online national cybersecurity competition. All seven students participating placed in the top 10 percent.
The Office of Graduate Studies will host one final Graduate School Information Event before the end of the fall 2018 term during November “Apply Free” month on the Macon Campus in the Jones Building Lobby on Tuesday, November 27th from 10 am to 2 pm.
Middle Georgia State University education graduate Jessica Ramsay now works with special needs children.
Recent MGA graduate Brooke Jordan, the first in her family to finish college, will begin a teaching career this fall.
In early May, five students became the first graduates of Middle Georgia State University’s Master of Arts in Teaching.
TITLE IX @ MGA: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
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Heather Sumner, a senior majoring in Education at Middle Georgia State University, got more than she bargained for late last year when she, along with recent MGA grad Meagan Pittman, and a few others visited friends in Gonaives, Haiti.
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.