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University commemorates Veterans Day with music, more

AUGUSTA, GA. – Augusta University held its annual Veterans Day observance on Nov. 11 at the Douglas Barnard Amphitheater. The event was open to the public and featured music, inspirational speeches, and a special swearing-in ceremony for three ROTC cadets transitioning to enlisted soldiers in the U.S. Army. Click here to enjoy …

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University hosts Walk 2 Remember fundraiser

AUGUSTA, GA. – Augusta University kicked off the second annual Walk 2 Remember, a 24-hour walk-a-thon, on Nov. 10 on the Summerville campus. More than 100 walkers dedicated themselves to circling the campus – some with patriotic displays of flags and banners – to recognize the sacrifice and dedication of …

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College hosts reception for those interested in an M.A.T. degree

AUGUSTA, GA. – The Augusta University hosted students and professional for a reception and information seminar about pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching on Nov. 8. Teaching offers: Flexible career paths, excellent benefits, retirement pensions, summer vacations, and an opportunity to impact the community and build a better future. …

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Education student runs NYC Marathon

Chris Blanco, a graduate assistant and M.A.T. student in the Augusta University College of Education, will compete in the TCS New York City Marathon this Sunday. Blanco is a 2010 graduate of Augusta University with a degree in Communications, and worked for CareSouth Health System, Inc.until returning back to school …

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College hosts national convening for Carnegie Project

AUGUSTA, GA. – The Augusta University College of Education hosted the international convening for the The Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate Oct. 24-26. More than 120 representatives from 54 colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada traveled to Augusta, Ga., to promote intellectual community, examine problems of practice, …

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Glickman talks to Packed house at Dean’s Lecture Series

AUGUSTA, GA – It was standing room only at the first ever presentation of the Dean’s Lecture Series, where Dr. Carl Glickman, a legendary educator and researcher, talked about why some students succeed and others do not. Dr. Jill Perry, executive director of the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate, …

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