A More Educated Georgia
MSC President David A. Bell discusses the role of Macon State College
in the Board of Regent's strategy to open higher education's doors
to more Georgians.
Giving IT Back
Thanks to a $35,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Central
Georgia, Macon State IT majors take their technological skills to
the Hay House and Children's Museum as part of a unique internship
Connecting with Houston
Eighteen months after Macon State introduces a four-year IT degree
at the Warner Robins Center, the program continues to attract Houston
County residents grateful for the convenience.
A New Quality of Student
With the year-old Student Life Center fully integrated into campus
activities, Macon State students have more opportunities than ever
to learn outside of the classroom. Lynn McCraney, dean of students,
discusses the importance of the Student Life program to the college
Sharing Their Expertise
They are lawyers and business executives, retired professionals
and military personnel. Part-time faculty make important contributions
to Macon State College.
In Praise of Gardens
Dr. Michael A. Dirr, nationally renowned horticulturist and author
of the encyclopedic book Manual of Woody Landscape Plants, kicks
off annual lecture series sponsored by MSC's botanical gardens project.
MSC Foundation & Development Office Update
T. Byers joins development office as associate director
Board of Trustees adds new members
names study abroad scholarship for Dr. Stephen R. Portch
A Demographic Look at Macon State College
MSC Today is published by the Macon State College Office of
Institutional Advancement. It is circulated to faculty, staff, students,
alumni, and friends of the college.
On the Cover
MSC is one of the most diverse colleges in the University
System of Georgia. In this photo, Dr. David Bell, Macon State president,
poses with students representing the college's many faces. From
left to right are: Carrie Mobley, 23, communications major; Crystal
Jones, 27, public service major; Stephen Beaty, 21, political science
major; Jaron Wilkins, 23, IT major; and Dawn Johnson, 40, nursing
major. (Photo by Maryann Bates)