School of Education & Behavioral Sciences – April Faculty Spotlights
#MGA students and faculty are invited to submit proposals for presentations at the 16th annual Georgia Philological Association (GPA) conference to be held virtually May 20-21, 2021.
I am very happy to inform you that, after extensive considerations, I have authorized our Commencement Committee to make preparations for in-person Commencement Exercises for this Spring 2021, on our Macon campus.
Congratulations to #MGA English faculty members Dr. Lisa Wenger Bro, Dr. Crystal O’Leary-Davidson, and Mary Ann Gareis!!
“The Boatman’s Daughter,” a novel by #MGA’s Andy Davidson, made the “Best Books for Adults 2020” list compiled by the NY Public Library. Congratulations! https://tinyurl.com/y2t895v4
As COVID-19 changes our world, we would like to invite you to complete (or re-complete, if you’ve already done it), a Faculty Internationalization Perceptions Survey.
Here is the new Academic Achievement Faculty Report to showcase our faculty and their achievements for FY20!
Dr. Greg George has been named a Senior Fellow at the Georgia Public Policy Foundation.
During the COVID-19 crisis, access to a reliable internet connection is more important than ever. Students who are having trouble accessing the internet should be given these links, and information from these pages if they cannot access the links themselves. Georgia internet access resources for COVID-19 Map of all library wifi available in parking lots around Continue reading
Congratulations to Dr. Elaina Behounek, #MGA assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice, on the publication of her article, “The Safety of Women and Girls in Educational Settings”