One 137 students from five states and 14 colleges and universities competed in the University of North Georgia’s 24th Annual Mathematics tournament on Saturday, April 7, 2018, on the Gainesville campus.
Middle Georgia State University placed second among 37 competing teams in the afternoon team competition and fourth overall for the tournament.
Competing students from Middle Georgia State University were Wade Lee, Shani Edmond, Tevin Fudge, John Verboom, Benedict Tong, Gabriel Loos, Ryota Tsutsumi, Marquis Brown, and Jahbari Wallace.
The award seeks to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the education of students with disabilities. Nominees are candidates who demonstrate outstanding ability, excellence in performance of duties, and a deep commitment to the education of students with disabilities that go above and beyond expectations.
The MGA SEMAU (Model African Union) Students Bound for Washington, D.C.
Twelve MGA students, members of the MGA Model Africa Union Student Organization, will travel to Washington, D.C. to attend and participate in the 16th Annual International Model African Union Conference. The Conference will be held at Howard University from February 22-25, 2018. Eleven of the students are Ga Academy students and one is non-Ga Academy student.
The Graduate Studies Council, a faculty group that consults with the Executive Committee, the Senate, and the Provost to develop policies and practices for graduate studies, requests nominations for new members beginning in the fall of 2018…
As the momentum of a new calendar year builds, bringing with it several changes for Middle Georgia State University (MGA), the institution’s leadership is looking to the future.
On February 2, University President Dr. Christopher Blake issued a “white paper” entitled “20/20 Vision: Toward a Clear-Sighted View of Greatness” to assist in identifying the needs and priorities for a new strategic plan…
The Summer Scholars Program is a unique opportunity for high-achieving students to get a jumpstart on their college career in an immersive, engaging environment. Students earn six hours of core curriculum credit through four weeks of online summer instruction and a month-long, high impact campus experience, culminating in an optional service-learning trip to Savannah, Georgia.