Dr. Andrew M. Manis, professor of history at Middle Georgia State University (MGA), is one of 12 recipients of a research sabbatical grant that the Louisville Institute awards annually to scholars of American religion.
Cochran, GA – Thanks to two recent grants, Middle Georgia State University librarians on the Cochran Campus are taking important steps to preserve local history.
A $1,700 grant from the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council is allowing the library’s archival team to transfer nearly three decades’ worth of back issues of the Cochran Journal newspaper from hard copies to microfilm. A second grant of $1,005, also from the council, will allow the archival team to organize and preserve thousands of Cochran Campus images – old photos and slides, along with other items – collected over many years.
I am delighted to share some important and extraordinarily good news.
Anthony Narsing, associate professor of management in the School of Business, was recently elected as club president for the Central Georgia Soccer Association (CGSA) during its annual meeting in Warner Robins. He will serve a two-term in this volunteer position for CGSA, which has over 2,000 registrations yearly for both its youth and adult soccer Continue reading
Public invited to information session Middle Georgia State University and the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office, in collaboration, were recently awarded a federal multi-year grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to help reduce violent gang activity and gun crime within the Middle Georgia community. The $200,000 Project Safe Neighborhoods grant was funded based Continue reading
The funding will be applied to Brothers of Leadership and Distinction (BOLD), a student organization. Learn more here.