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Visiting sculptor to give artist’s talk

Artist and sculptor, Judy Onofrio will present an artist’s talk on Thursday, March 30 at noon in University Hall room 247. A mixed-media artist, Onofrio has been creating work for more than fifty years. Over the course of the past five decades...

Health Sciences Education Day filled with events

Augusta University’s Educational Innovation Institute is hosting its annual Health Sciences Education Day on Friday, March 24. The Educational Innovation Institute champions excellence and innovation in health sciences education and promotes...

Celebrate 17 years of excellence today

The Augusta University chapter of Phi Kappa Phi will host its 17th Annual Phi Kappa Phi Student Research and Fine Arts Conference on Friday, March 18 in the Jaguar Student Activities Center. The conference, which allows undergraduate students...

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration

Each year, Augusta University, Augusta Technical College and Paine College come together to celebrate the life and work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther, King, Jr. Through this celebration, the institutions encourage the community to reflect upon the...

In Memoriam

We are saddened to report the deaths of the following members of the GRU community: The Rev. Dr. Mary-Kathleen Gernant Blanchard died unexpectedly on March 19, at Trinity Hospital. A native of Kalamazoo, Michigan, Mary-Kathleen was the daughter of...

Need to Know: Upcoming Events – January 9

Need to Know: Upcoming Events – January 9

UPCOMING EVENTS January 13: Stress Less this Spring 12:00 PM JSAC Butler Room, Summerville Campus Bring your lunch and learn practical tips for stress management that you can begin using right away. Sponsored by the Counseling Center January 16:...

Native dance ensemble to perform at Maxwell Theatre

While it might be tempting to view the performances of the Kevin Locke Native Dance Ensemble, which will be performing at the Maxwell Theatre on Saturday, Jan. 24, as part of the 47th annual Lyceum Series, as cultural history brought to life on the...

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