Events

Student group to host movie, discussion on bullying

AUGUSTA, GA. – Nearly one in five students in an average classroom experiences bullying in some way – either as a victim or a bystander. And the effects can last long into adulthood. To highlight the risks associated with bullying, Chi Sigma Iota will host a screening on the movie …

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Students promote sweet idea to raise money for mental health education

AUGUSTA, GA – Students in the Augusta University College of Education’s Department of Counselor Education, Leadership and Research will raise money to promote mental health by celebrating Valentine’s Day through Candy Grams. For $3 (or two for $5), members of Chi Sigma Iota, the counseling honor society, will deliver a …

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College of Education hosts exhibit on building peace

AUGUSTA, GA – The Augusta University College of Education hosted the opening reception for the exhibit “Building a Culture of Peace for the Children of the World.” The exhibit was hosted by the College of Education, the Augusta University Libraries, and the Augusta University Peace Studies Group; and provided by …

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College hosts first education colloquium

AUGUSTA, GA – The Augusta University College of Education will host the first College of Education Colloquium on Nov. 20 in University Hall, featuring renowned educators and researchers Dr. William H. Schubert and Dr. Ming Fang He. They will present “Teaching & Curricular Challenges: Teaching and Inquiring Courageously and Creatively …

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Education students to attend workshop on school testing

AUGUSTA, GA. – It’s a typical scene on a college campus: Students gathering with notebooks and laptops for a lecture from their professor. But on Nov. 17, teacher education students will be listening to other teachers talk about testing – a topic so important that President Barak Obama just issued …

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