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Author of course textbook speaks to education classroom

AUGUSTA, GA. – Educator Kathryn Edmonds, author of the textbook “TeamWork: Setting the Standard for Collaborative Teaching” stopped by to talk to education majors in Dr. Stacie Pettit’s Understanding & Teaching Early Adolescents class. Edmonds’ book is the required text for the course, which describes interdisciplinary team teaching in a …

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Alumni earn Teacher of the Year awards in McDuffie County

(Above, L-R): Mandy Brantley, Jarmel Calvin, Kelli Poston, Ashlee Crawford, Seymone Reese, Ashlei Perkins, and Johnna Simpson are all McDuffie County Teacher of the Year award recipients. AUGUSTA, GA. – Jaguars roared in McDuffie County when the Board of Education announced its Teachers of the Year. Of the seven schools in the county, …

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Literacy Center will show ‘The Ant and the Grasshopper’

AUGUSTA, GA. – The classic Aesop fable about the perils of laziness and the importance of charity will come to life Oct. 14 as the Augusta University Literacy Center presents “The Ant and the Grasshopper” at the Maxwell Performing Arts Theater. In this modernized, updated version of the play, a playful grasshopper wastes away …

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Kinesiology student leads fitness initiative during internship

AUGUSTA, GA. – John Felak had a lot of good things to say about his most recent intern. The Program Coordinator with North Augusta Parks, Recreation and Leisure Services worked with College of Education kinesiology graduate Jessica (Carpenter) Kottkamp for nine months as she finished her senior year and strove to gain …

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Give to your passion at Augusta University

Whether you give because you love our patients, kids, athletes, students or the GRU community, your donations are powerful! Through the IGRU (I’m Giving. Are You?) campaign, you donate your gift right where you want it to go! For Dena Pickett, the decision to give is an easy one. “I …

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