Ruth Ann (Joseph) Vericella is changing lives with the new scholarship for special education students that she has established, inspired by her 30 years of teaching and administrative experiences.
"This is exactly what National Writing Project is about: building teacher leaders who are committed to improving the teaching of writing,” said Dr. Rebecca Harper.
Three AU employees have collaborated across departments to design, program and 3D-print a new hand sanitizer feedback unit that they hope will encourage more frequent and consistent use of hand sanitizer.
May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. Read about incredible educator Dr. Gayle Sims Lee, whose life was cut short by cancer, and how her daughter honors her every year by giving back.
Two alumni nominated for Rookie of the Year in Columbia County schools credit hard work and the AU College of Education for their first-year success.
Experts say that now is actually a good time to start or to change up a fitness routine.
Augusta University's College of Education compiles free resources for online and remote fitness activities during the COVID-19 pandemic,
Your kids might be thrilled school is out for the near future in the surrounding counties, but the Augusta University College of Education knows kids need and benefit from continuing education.
It starts by freeing yourself of expectations, and it ends with finding your family’s new normal, say experts from Augusta University's College of Education.
"In the state of Georgia, we're in the midst of a conversation about disciplinary disparities by race," said Dr. Darla Linville, assistant professor in the Department of Advanced Studies and Innovation, because schools are grappling with data that...
With six awards up for grabs at the AMLE annual conference, the Augusta University College of Education snagged three of them.
After a grueling application and interview process, Tevin Middleton stood head and shoulders above all other applicants, nationwide. So the National Education Association named him to their prestigious student advisory committee.
Earning a master's in kinesiology just got easier with the new online degree program from the Augusta University College of Education.
Growth in the health care and social assistance industry will outpace all other industries in Georgia over the next decade. To meet that demand, the Augusta University College of Education will launch a new Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion in...
Join the College of Education for competitions, workshops, conferences and more during the 2019-20 academic year. Registration for some events is open now!
The College of Education will host UNBROKEN, a showcase of works by local artists and teachers from several school districts at The Ice Plant in Waynesboro on Friday.
Get ready for summer fun and bring your “A Game” to Augusta University’s day camp, Kids University on June 3-28 on the Summerville Campus.
Augusta University was chosen to be the next site in the National Writing Project, one of the most extensive and effective teacher learning networks in the world.
A new dry lab in Christenberry Fieldhousewill benefit students and faculty in education and research.
Deborah Wiles, author of “Love, Ruby Lavender,” “Aurora County All-Stars” and “Each Little Bird That Sings,” visited Augusta University teacher education students March 12.