Kinesiology student chosen as Commencement speaker

Tammy Eboigbe, a graduating senior in the kinesiology degree program in the Augusta University College of Education, has been selected as Commencement Speaker for the 9 a.m. ceremony on May 13.

“It felt unbelievable being accepted to speak because, growing up, I didn’t talk much — some may say I’m an introvert,” she said. “But when it came to being active on campus, I was a voice making changes. I really do appreciate everyone who voted for me and I look forward to speaking at commencement.” Read the full story.

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The Augusta University College of Education is committed to being a relevant, responsive, and respected institution with a keen focus toward high impact work in the community. Our faculty, students, and alumni are committed to improving lives and expanding opportunities through the comprehensive study and effective practice of education.