Students

CMLA hosts Principal’s Panel

AUGUSTA, GA – Dozens of students turned out for the CMLA Principal’s Panel on Thursday, Nov. 15. Principals from around the area answered questions about what it’s like to work in education and how to pursue a career in the field.  

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Kinesiology students presented research

College of Education students Jenna Ansley and Eric Boone presented their research with mentor Dr. Maleah Holland in the Department of Kinesiology at the Center for Research and Scholarship (CURS) on Student Research Seminar on Friday, Nov. 9, in the JSAC Coffeehouse. Congratulations to Jenna, Eric, and Dr. Holland for their hard work and excellent presentation. …

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Leadership luncheon fills JSAC ballroom

Almost 70 students attended the recent Leadership Luncheon, co-sponsored by the Office of Student Life & Engagement, to hear Dr. Angela Pringle speak to students about her pathways to success. Pringle, superintendent of Richmond County Schools, talked about the specific challenges she faced, while also reminding students to find their own value. Lunch …

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College will host Kinesiology Research Day

AUGUSTA, GA – The Augusta University College of Education will host Kinesiology Research Day from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, April 20, in Christenberry Fieldhouse. The day will highlight research from undergraduate and graduate kinesiology students. Dr. Claudio Battaglini, professor of kinesiology at the University of North Carolina at …

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Kinesiology student and professor study impact of ketones on golf

AUGUSTA, GA – Additional benefits to the trending ketogenic diet may soon be clearer, thanks to research being conducted by Dr. Maleah Holland, professor of kinesiology in the Augusta University College of Education, and Grant Blume, junior kinesiology student. Blume has been awarded the Southern Regional Honors Council Student Scholars …

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Due to demand, college adds second show to May 9 performance

AUGUSTA, GA – Due to overwhelming demand, the College of Education has added a second showing of the May 9 children’s literacy play, “Chicken Little.” Admission is free and registration is open. Dr. Paulette Harris, founder and director of the Augusta University Literacy Center that organizes the play series, said …

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Kinesiology student presents research at honors conference

Augusta, GA— Amanda Dojack, a senior kinesiology major in the College of Education, presented new research on the relationship between cognitive performance and cardiovascular health in older versus younger people at the 19th annual Phi Kappa Phi Student Research and Fine Arts Conference at Augusta University on March 18. Dojack’s …

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Kids University: STEAM’in Up This Summer

By Kashalah Robinson AUGUSTA, Ga. — This summer, Augusta University will again host Kids University, its annual summer camp. This enriching and entertaining camp specializes in STEAM education, which create classrooms that integrate science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics concepts across disciplines into all lessons. Dennis Dotterer, director of the …

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Kinesiology launches new lab for teaching and research

AUGUSTA, GA. – Dr.  Steven Page, chair of Kinesiology, recently launched the department’s new dry lab in Christenberry Fieldhouse, kicking off the life of the new space with a tour for Provost Gretchen Caughman, an overview of faculty areas of research and an array of healthy snacks. The new teaching …

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