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Student earns position on national advisory committee

AUGUSTA, GA. – Tevin Middleton, a student in the Masters of Education in school counseling program in the College of Education, has been named a member of the National Education Association (NEA) Aspiring Educator’s National Advisory Committee. “I was very excited to learn that I had been chosen,” Middleton said. “We’ll …

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Ten reasons to join a student organization

To squeeze every last drop out of your college experience, seize as many opportunities as you can. Getting involved on campus comes with its own set of major perks. Here are ten reasons to join a student organization in the College of Education. 1. Learn more about yourself. Joining an organization …

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Twelve reasons to love the College of Education this year

Augusta University’s College of Education provides unique learning opportunities, like immersive experiences, hands-on activities, real-life challenges in safe settings and collaboration with students and professionals from diverse backgrounds. Engage students, learn from fellow professionals, and take your career to the next level in education, leadership, counseling and kinesiology. Come learn …

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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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