Announcements

Armstrong accepted into Google Teacher Academy

AUGUSTA, GA. – Jennifer Armstrong, manager of the Georgia Regents University Instructional Resource Center, has been accepted into the Google Teacher Academy, to be held in June in Atlanta. Approximately 35 innovative educators from 15 states and four countries were selected to attend the session in Atlanta, based on the merits of their …

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Literacy Center to host summer literacy summit

The GRU Literacy Center, in partnership with the CSRA Reading Council, will host the Literacy Summer Summit June 12-14 on the Summerville campus of Georgia Regents University. Open to educators, parents, students, and school and community leaders, the summit will feature Dr. Maria Carbo, founder and executive director of the …

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Dean to speak to state representatives at national conference

Dr. Cindi Chance, Dean of the College of Education at Georgia Regents University, has been invited to speak to the Advisory Council of State Representatives in a session titled “Reforming Educator Preparation: Perspectives from State Chapter Leaders” during the 2014 State Leaders Institute in Washington, D.C. in June. Chance will …

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Education major leads student org to success

The student organization ONE at GRU won a recent campus challenge from their national organization, hosting a legislative event and documentary screening. Chapter founder and president, Joshua Ibarra, from Evans, Ga., majors in political science with a secondary education certificate. He said the event and the organization give students an …

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GRU releases two Chinese language and culture apps

AUGUSTA, GA. —  Georgia Regents University and the College of Education, in conjunction with the GRU Confucius Institute, have released two new apps for Apple products, which introduce users to simplified Chinese language and to Chinese culture. “With the opening of the Confucius Institute for Chinese language and culture, we …

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Wilson wins distinguished faculty award

Georgia Regents University professor Dr. Judi Wilson was honored at the University Senate Spring Assembly on March 14 as the recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Award for the College of Education. “In addition to an active research agenda with presentations nationally and internationally, Dr. Wilson is an outstanding teacher, mentor …

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Instructional Resource Center adds customized workshops for area schools

(Above, Jennifer Armstrong (right), manager of the GRU College of Education’s Instructional Resource Center, assists GRU alum Breanna Gilmer with setting up her digital presentation on literacy education.) AUGUSTA, GA. – At a recent technology visit to a special education class at Waynesboro Primary School, Jennifer Armstrong recently noticed something …

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GRU to offer free tai chi classes

AUGUSTA, GA — Early mornings in China – and in American parks, health care organizations and community centers – people practice an ancient tradition that promotes a balance of body and mind: Tai Chi. Georgia Regents University will offer the public a month of free tai chi classes in the Kinesiology …

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Instructional Resource Center offers Spring workshops

AUGUSTA, GA. – The Georgia Regents University Instructional Resource Center will host workshops throughout Spring semester to aid GRU faculty, staff and students in integrating technology into classroom instruction, improving presentations and implementing new technological resources. ActivInspire Tues., March 4, 4:30-5:30 p.m. University Hall Room 250 This workshop will take participants through …

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Celebrate the first anniversary of GRU

From the Office of the President January 8, 2014 marks the first anniversary of the creation of Georgia Regents University. Together we have achieved a great deal in the past year, the result of tremendous effort and support from thousands across our campus and community. Please encourage all faculty, staff, …

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