Announcements

Graduate student wins state scholarship

Charles Kempton, a student in the Augusta University College of Education’s Master of Education program in Curriculum and Instruction, was just awarded the Professional Association of Georgia Educators’ (PAGE) H.M. and Norma Fulbright Scholarship. Kemption teaches math at Lakeside Middle School in Columbia County, and also coaches the school’s academic bowl …

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College launches Teachers for Tomorrow

AUGUSTA, GA. – The College of Education recently launched a new student group for all education and pre-education majors called Teachers for Tomorrow. The purpose of the group is to provide an opportunity to network with other students in the program, hear from and talk with advanced students about their experiences, speak …

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College hosts national convening for Carnegie Project

AUGUSTA, GA. – The Augusta University College of Education hosted the international convening for the The Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate Oct. 24-26. More than 120 representatives from 54 colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada traveled to Augusta, Ga., to promote intellectual community, examine problems of practice, …

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College collaborates on Student Service Members Day

AUGUSTA, GA. – The College of Education partnered with Augusta Military & Veteran Services to celebrate our student military service members through Student Service Members Day on Sept. 22. Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis issued a proclamation declaring Sept. 22 Student Service Members Day, and the university celebrated with a ceremony …

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New professor passionate about special education training

AUGUSTA, GA. – As the needs of schoolchildren and adolescents change over time, so will the necessary skills and requirements for teachers. Dr. Michael Berg, new professor of education in the Augusta University College of Education, brings his passion for special education to the curriculum at a time when American …

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New professor will enhance special education training

AUGUSTA, GA – As the needs of students in the schools change over time, schools work to be more responsive to those needs. Dr. Jessica Simpson’s work in education and in training new educators is on the forefront of those changes, enhancing inclusivity and removing barriers to education. Inspired by …

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Center manager will present at international conference

AUGUSTA, GA. – Jennifer Armstrong, manager of the College of Education’s Instructional Resource Center at Augusta University, has been selected to present in the Google Teaching Theater at International Society for Technology in Education Conference and Expo on June 27 in Denver, Colo. Armstrong will present “Digging into Data with …

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Alum wins prestigious teaching fellowship

Sabrina Jones, a 2004 graduate of Augusta University, has been awarded a 2016 Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Georgia Teaching Fellowship. The fellowship was designed to address a shortage of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) teachers in Georgia. “I have chosen to focus on middle school science, because this is …

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Literacy Center seeks volunteers

Georgia’s Task Force on Adult Literacy estimates that one out of three adult Georgians is functionally illiterate. In the Augusta area alone, there are more than 65,000 adults whose basic educational levels are less than those of the average eighth grader. And so the Augusta University Literacy Center seeks volunteers …

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