February

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Finding Greatness: Madison Watson

February 19, 2018

Madison Watson works two jobs and serves as president of the Campus Activities Board on MGA's Warner Robins Campus while pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Full Name: Madison Kylie Watson. Age: 20. Hometown & Residence: Fort ...

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MGA’s New Summer Scholars Program Gives Incoming Freshmen an Early Start

February 15, 2018

This summer, Middle Georgia State University gets surreal. Thanks to a new Summer Scholars program, entering freshmen and dual enrolled students can earn six hours of college core course credit through a high-impact experience that includes ...

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MGA Receives Bronze Seal for Excellence in Student Voter Engagement

February 13, 2018

Middle Georgia State University (MGA) received a bronze seal at the first-ever ALL IN Challenge Awards Ceremony that recognized colleges and universities committed to increasing student voting rates. At the ceremony, held late last fall, ...

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Finding Greatness: Heather McIntosh

February 12, 2018

A graduate of Middle Georgia State, Heather McIntosh now works with current students as they prepare for careers after graduation. Full Name: Heather Dyanne McIntosh. Full Title: Career Services Advisor. Degrees: Bachelor of Arts in English ...

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MGA President Releases Strategic Planning White Paper

February 07, 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 ...

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Finding Greatness: Michael Dyess

February 05, 2018

Flight major Michael Dyess is an Eastman Campus leader and member of the MGA President's Torch Society for top scholars. Full Name: Michael N. Dyess. Age: 28. Hometown: Savannah. Residence: Eastman. High School: Moanalua High School, where ...

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