Augusta University College of Education earns three national honors

The Augusta University College of Education earned three national awards honoring excellence in middle grades education at the annual conference for the Association for Middle Level Education from Nov. 7-9 in Nashville, Tennessee.

AU emerged from a national pool of distinguished professionals and educators to capture Outstanding Professor of Middle Grades Education for Dr. Stacie Pettit, professor of education; Outstanding Teacher Candidate for recent alum Amanda Woods, who also presented at the conference; and Outstanding College Middle Level Association Chapter for the hard-working Augusta University student organization. Submissions were reviewed by a panel of experts and judged across the nation. Click here to read more.

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