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Kinesiology students earn ADA Academic Achievement Award

AUGUSTA, GA. – The Division 2 Athletics Directors Association released their Academic Achievement Award winners on Aug. 22, with several GRU College of Education students-athletes making the list. Becky Newhouse and Scott Shipman are both graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree program, and are now enrolled in the Master …

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IRC Tool spotlight: Google Classroom

AUGUSTA, GA – GRU College of Education students taking the Educational Technology class EDTD 3011 are using a new tool this semester. Google Apps for Education released Google Classroom on Aug. 11, and class instructor Jennifer Armstrong has already implemented it into the curriculum. “Students can keep track of what’s due …

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National experts to speak about autism, ADHD

AUGUSTA, GA – In May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that 1 in 68 children is born with an autism spectrum disorder – a rate 30 percent higher than previously thought. In response to this growing need, the GRU College of Education’s Literacy Center and the CSRA Reading …

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Kristen Koch, kinesiology major, named preseason All-Conference

AUGUSTA, Ga. – GRU Augusta volleyball senior Kristen Koch  (Niceland, Fla.) is one of seven in the entire Peach Belt Conference to be named to the 2014 preseason All-Conference team, the Peach Belt office announced Friday afternoon. Koch headlines the returning Jaguar offense as the team gets ready for their 2014 season …

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Pilot program off to a strong start

Above: Dr. Gordon Eisenman speaks to faculty at Lake Forest Hills Elementary School. AUGUSTA, GA. – As part of the pilot program the College of Education recently launched, Mrs. Debbie Callan, Dr. Gordon Eisenman, Dr. Beth Pendergraft and Dr. Judi Wilson are teaching their Block I Early Childhood classes at …

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