Events

College will host “Unbroken: Dreamcatchers” on Dec. 6

AUGUSTA, GA – The Augusta University College of Education, in partnership with the Jessye Norman School of the Arts, will present a group exhibition of new work from 55 local artist-educators. “Unbroken: Dreamcatchers” will open at the Ann & Ellis Johnson Gallery of Art on Dec. 6 from 6-8 p.m. …

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Register now for new education law workshop

Registration is open now for the upcoming Law Workshop: Foundational Reading Skill Development & Dyslexia, hosted by the Augusta University College of Education, to help train educators on new guidelines in Georgia. The workshop, featuring Dr. Caitlin Dooley, Deputy Superintendent at the Georgia Department of Education, will be Monday, Dec. 9, from 5-6:30 p.m., …

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College hosts more than 100 future Jaguars

We were so thrilled to host students from Burke County Public School System, Richmond County School System, McDuffie County School System and Columbia County School District for the annual Future Georgia Educators Day with The Professional Association of Georgia Educators! Click here to enjoy photos from the day. Interested in attending next year’s event at Augusta …

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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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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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Huffines Discussion audience increases

Dr. Steven Page, chair of the Department of Kinesiology, and his incredible team organized another amazing interactive discussion on Friday, Nov. 2. More than 130 attended the annual interactive simulcast from Texas A&M on a rainy Friday afternoon, marking the largest attendance so far in the event’s history. Mark your calendars …

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College will host Georgia’s first STEAM competition

A new competition, the first of its kind in Georgia, will give students in grades 4-8 the opportunity to apply the things they’re learning in the context of either engineering or art. Conceptualized by Dr. Ashley Gess and made possible by the contributions of sponsors and collaborators across the state, the MINDFRAME competition will …

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