Events

ISL Conference calls for proposals

AUGUSTA, GA – Organizers for the popular annual Impacting Student learning Conference at Georgia Regents University are seeking proposals that reflect the best thinking and practices in education, informed by theory, research, and practice. “Effective educators have many successful practices that they can share. The ISL Conference is a practical …

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Celebrate Family Literacy Day this weekend

The Literacy Center at Georgia Regents University will host its 2014 National Family Literacy Celebration on Friday, Oct. 31 and Saturday, Nov. 1. On Oct. 31, at 4:30 p.m. in University Hall Room 170, the center will host a free movie night showcasing the film “Cloudy with a Chance of …

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College will host workshop on commuting by bicycle

AUGUSTA, GA. – The GRU College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology & Health Science will host a lunch-and-learn on safe commuting by bicycle in the CSRA on Nov. 12. A certified instructor from the League of American Bicyclists will present “Confident City Cycling in Metro Augusta” from noon to 1 …

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Family Day offers a glimpse of student life

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Families of first-year students at Georgia Regents University will get a glimpse of student life during Family Day, Saturday, Oct. 11. The day will include individual programs for each college, and feature tours, laboratory demonstrations and more. GRU President Ricardo Azziz will also welcome students and guests …

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Faculty research focus of new College of Education colloquium

AUGUSTA, GA. – The first College of Education Research Colloquium will meet Oct. 2. Faculty from the departments of Counselor Education, Leadership & Research, Kinesiology & Health Science and Teacher Education will present their ongoing and completed research at 2 p.m. in University Hall, Room 356. All GRU faculty and …

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Hundreds attend September Literacy Summit

AUGUSTA, GA – More than 250 educators and community members turned out for the GRU Literacy Center’s September Literacy Summit on Sept. 12-13, which focused on the impact of autism and ADHD on literacy skills. “There are so many unanswered questions about autism,” said Dr. Paulette Harris, Cree-Walker Professor of …

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College faculty, staff share research results, promote scholarship

Drs. Paula Dohoney, Gordon Eisenman, Beth Pendergraft and Judi Wilson attended the Transforming Educator Preparation (TEP) Conference in Atlanta on Sept. 2-4. Dr. Judi Wilson was an invited speaker at the 7th Annual State of Education Conference at the University of Georgia on Sept. 18. She presented “PreK-16 Partnerships for New …

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Media Specialists Collaborative kicks off

AUGUSTA, GA – Dozens of media specialists around the CSRA joined the Media Specialists Collaborative, sponsored by the GRU College of Education and the GRU Instructional Resource Center. “The collaborative is a great opportunity for these professionals to share the new ways they’ve engaged area P-12 students and implemented technology …

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College of Education to host study trip to Japan

AUGUSTA, GA. – For the first time, the Georgia Regents University College of Education will, in conjunction with the Pamplin College of Arts and Social Science, host a study abroad trip to Japan. In late May 2015, students from GRU will leave Augusta and trek to Tokyo and Kyoto for …

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GRU to host Confucius Institute Day

AUGUSTA, GA – Georgia Regents University will host a day to explore the GRU Confucius Institute on Sept. 27 with free events at the Augusta Mall and the Augusta Kroc Center. A day of events will lead up to a rousing evening performance from a martial arts group from Capital …

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