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Nick Garrett is a communications coordinator in the Division of Communications & Marketing at Augusta University. Contact him at 706-446-4802 or ngarret1@augusta.edu.
CHOG gift shop closed June 26

CHOG gift shop closed June 26

The Children’s Hospital of Georgia gift shop, Ferns and Fossils, will be closed Friday, June 26 for maintenance. Ferns and Fossils will reopen Monday, June 29 at 9 a.m. In the meantime, please visit The Little Store on the 2nd floor of the hospital...

Baylor Blog: Research and Exploration

Hello from Waco, Texas, and Baylor University! I just finished week 3 of 10 in the summer REU program in chemistry and have learned a lot of new things. Last week, we finished attending our advanced instrumentation workshops, so this was the first...

READ: Drew Belt’s 3 fundamentals of golf

READ: Drew Belt’s 3 fundamentals of golf

Drew Belt, part-time golf coach at Georgia Regents University, was recently featured in the Columbia County News Times to talk about his ideas on the three fundamentals of golf. Belt, who has taught at the Nick Faldo Golf Institute, Jones Creek, and...

Fixing Ronald’s heart

The most selfless causes are those that become personal missions. Three Georgia Regents University physician assistant students showed the world just what selflessness means when they took it upon themselves to save the life a 15-year-old Ugandan...

Augusta Chronicle: Moon Festival in photos

Hosted by the Confucius Institute, the Moon Festival and Confucius Institute Day event drew in dozens of CSRA residents on Thursday, Oct. 1 for an evening of fun, food and ancient Chinese tradition. In addition to moon cake tasting and a parade...

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