Alumni News

AU on a mission to recruit more African-American teachers

Augusta University says they are on a mission to recruit more African-American male teachers. It’s a big initiative by the university that is spreading statewide. There is research to prove this is needed. According to AU, there is only one African-American male student teaching candidate of the 50 in their …

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WRDW: Incentives help to turn troops into teachers

Transitioning from military to civilian life can be a challenge for our brave troops. The Augusta University College of Education is proud to help soldiers, sailers, marines, airmen, and more, who possess excellent leadership and organization skills, to continue to serve our country in schools across the nation. Thank you to all …

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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, …

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Recent alumni already breaking records

Two of our recent grads – Oladipupo Dada and Andrew Lukas – are already making an impact. Dada and Lukas are two of our kinesiology alumni, now both graduate students in the Master of Public Health program. They’re breaking records with creative and engaging work with Augusta University Campus Recreation! Click here to read …

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College names Karyn Warren 2018 Distinguished Alumna

By Kashalah Robinson AUGUSTA, Ga. — Karyn Warren has spent nearly 20 years in service to special education students in the Augusta area. A three-time graduate of Augusta University and special education classroom teacher at Greenbrier High School in Columbia County, she has been named the College of Education’s 2018 …

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Education graduate named Outstanding Young Alumna

By Kashalah Robinson AUGUSTA, Ga.—Augusta native Ann Sturkey has spent the last 15 years making a difference in student lives. Working within the community as a teacher and now administrator as the School for Arts-Infused Learning (SAIL) Charter School, she has been named the College of Education’s 2018 Outstanding Young …

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