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Academic Spotlight: Cyber Education

Fresh off the heels of another successful Cyber Education Summit in October, the Georgia Regents University Cyber Institute is looking forward to several big milestones coming up next year. The Cyber Institute was created in May 2015 and the first...

Decon Team recruiting new members

Georgia Regents University’s Decon Team is recruiting. Spots on the team are open to anyone who is interested in knowing how to assist victims of chemical or radiological accidents that come to the medical center for treatment. “If there were to be...

Survey provides clarity for branding

If you were to see Augusta University in a parking lot, what kind of car would it be? For a solid majority of the more than 2,700 people who took the Augusta University branding survey, the answer is a Honda. Skeptical? According to Alex Wier...

IGRU campaign surpasses $1 million goal

AUGUSTA, Ga.- The 2015 IGRU (I’m Giving. Are You?) fundraising campaign for Georgia Regents University exceeded its $1 million goal, the highest amount ever raised for the annual campaign. “Raising over $1 million is a truly remarkable...

Friends, Romans, countrymen – Pig Out!

It’s that time of year again! The Jaguar Production Crew has spent the past several months planning this year’s “When in Rome” Pig Out, and the event is sure to be a hit with students, faculty and staff alike. Set to take place on...

Writing is Healing, too

For years, leading psychologists around the world have stressed the importance of writing for emotional well-being. The process, says Dr. James Pennebaker of the University of Texas at Austin, has been shown to improve mental health and shorten...

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