Events

College launches Teachers for Tomorrow

AUGUSTA, GA. – The College of Education recently launched a new student group for all education and pre-education majors called Teachers for Tomorrow. The purpose of the group is to provide an opportunity to network with other students in the program, hear from and talk with advanced students about their experiences, speak …

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Education students attend state conference

AUGUSTA, GA. – Dr. Stacie Pettit and student members of the Augusta University College Middle Level Association attended the 5th Annual Middle Level Education Summit at Georgia College & State University on Nov. 11. Two hundred educators, future educators and sponsors spent the day learning how to “commit to change.” The summit provides …

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College hosts Huffines Discussion simulcast from Texas A&M

AUGUSTA, GA. – If there’s a TED Talk for athletics and kinesiology, The Huffines Discussion is it! On Nov. 11, the College of Education hosted a simulcast of the annual inspiring experts presentation from 2-5 p.m. in the Augusta University JSAC Ballroom. More than 100 people watched as eight national …

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University commemorates Veterans Day with music, more

AUGUSTA, GA. – Augusta University held its annual Veterans Day observance on Nov. 11 at the Douglas Barnard Amphitheater. The event was open to the public and featured music, inspirational speeches, and a special swearing-in ceremony for three ROTC cadets transitioning to enlisted soldiers in the U.S. Army. Click here to enjoy …

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University hosts Walk 2 Remember fundraiser

AUGUSTA, GA. – Augusta University kicked off the second annual Walk 2 Remember, a 24-hour walk-a-thon, on Nov. 10 on the Summerville campus. More than 100 walkers dedicated themselves to circling the campus – some with patriotic displays of flags and banners – to recognize the sacrifice and dedication of …

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College hosts reception for those interested in an M.A.T. degree

AUGUSTA, GA. – The Augusta University hosted students and professional for a reception and information seminar about pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching on Nov. 8. Teaching offers: Flexible career paths, excellent benefits, retirement pensions, summer vacations, and an opportunity to impact the community and build a better future. …

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College hosts national convening for Carnegie Project

AUGUSTA, GA. – The Augusta University College of Education hosted the international convening for the The Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate Oct. 24-26. More than 120 representatives from 54 colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada traveled to Augusta, Ga., to promote intellectual community, examine problems of practice, …

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Glickman talks to Packed house at Dean’s Lecture Series

AUGUSTA, GA – It was standing room only at the first ever presentation of the Dean’s Lecture Series, where Dr. Carl Glickman, a legendary educator and researcher, talked about why some students succeed and others do not. Dr. Jill Perry, executive director of the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate, …

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College collaborates on EdCamp Augusta

AUGUSTA, GA. – Balancing on the cutting edge of professional development, the Augusta University College of Education collaborated with the Richmond County School Professional Learning Department on an organic, participant-driven professional learning experience on Oct. 1 at Tutt Middle School. Called EdCamp Augusta, the day-long event was a freeform PD or …

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College collaborates on Student Service Members Day

AUGUSTA, GA. – The College of Education partnered with Augusta Military & Veteran Services to celebrate our student military service members through Student Service Members Day on Sept. 22. Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis issued a proclamation declaring Sept. 22 Student Service Members Day, and the university celebrated with a ceremony …

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