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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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Literacy Center unveils Little Free Library

(Above, Jim Rozelle unveils the little free library he constructed for the GRU Literacy Center, while members of the Daughters of the American Revolution look on. A gallery of photos follows at the end of this article.) On Feb. 10, Georgia Regents University dedicated its newest community library, which features no …

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College of Education honored by Georgia Senate, House

(Above, L-R: Associate Dean Paula Dohoney, Karen Jones, Lindsey McWhorter, Grier Hargrove, Dr. Stacie Pettit, Emily Usry, Sean Matthews, Justin Foster and Dean Cindi Chance in the Capitol building. More photos follow the story below.) AUGUSTA, Ga. – Students at the Georgia Regents University College of Education made their first …

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Join the College of Education for the CSRA Heart Walk

The Georgia Regents University College of Education will host a team for the 2014 CSRA Heart Walk on Saturday, March 8 at The Greeneway in North Augusta, S.C. The CSRA Heart Walk is an annual non-competitive walking event designed to bring public awareness to physical activity and a heart-healthy lifestyle, while …

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Yamaguchi research published in Thai cultural research magazine

The East Asia Academic Cooperation Council (EACC) of Thailand has published “Developing Global Citizens with a Global Perspective” by Dr. Misato Yamaguchi in the December 2013 issue of “EACC Magazine.” The article was originally published in “SanSaeng” (“Living Together”), a journal of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Asia-Pacific Centre of Education …

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