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Leadership presents to U.K. scholars on innovative Ed.D. program

AUGUSTA, GA. – When the GRU College of Education launched its Educational Doctorate in Educational Innovation, international acclaim was not the first goal on the list of program objectives. But in July, to acclaim, members of the college’s leadership presented a session on redefining the education doctorate at the UK …

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Four tips to help your child transition to first grade

By Danielle Harris AUGUSTA, GA. – School is back in session and some parents may already be finding the move from kindergarten to first grade has turned out to be a big transition for their children. However, Dr. Beth Pendergraft, Early Childhood Coordinator in Georgia Regents University’s Department of Teacher …

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How to use hydration to increase athletic performance

Dr. Graeme J. Connolly AUGUSTA, GA – Fluid balance is critical for cardiovascular function, regulation of body temperature, injury prevention, and recovery from activity. A body that is not optimally hydrated cannot perform maximally. In addition, most athletes are going to sweat when the exercise. Therefore, fluid needs are always …

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Doctorate of Education student puts philosophy into practice

By Ashley Whitaker The Graduate School AUGUSTA, GA. – While earning her Masters in Integrated Teaching of the Arts at Lesley University, Baria Jennings found herself creating curriculum and lesson plans, planning for a long-term goal that would guide much of her accomplished career. “I really started thinking about creating …

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