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College alumni awarded STEM education grants

Two Augusta University College of Education alumni were among 18 elementary school educators in five local counties to receive Students/Teachers Achieving Results grants from Savannah River Remediation to support science, technology, engineering and math curriculum in their classrooms. Angelica Harris (M.S.K., 2017), who teaches at Richmond Hill K-8, and Sydney Onate …

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Education alum wins award from state charter schools foundation

Caroline Teagarden (B.S.Ed., 2017) loves her job teaching first grade. With a background in ballet and dance instruction, being hired to teach at an arts-infused charter school was a perfect match. Then her school sweetened the deal and placed her classroom right next to her best friend’s classroom. And now …

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Kinesiology student re-elected president of SGA

Mahadia Islam was recently re-elected as president of the undergraduate Student Government Association at Augusta University. As president, she is excited to continue to bring forward student perspectives so the university has student input on important decisions. “My main goals for this upcoming year are to continue listening to the …

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