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King named 2015 Resident of the Year

Dr. Ray King often compares his life to the movie “Big Fish,” about a man who’s made amazing accomplishments and had some awesome adventures … that no one ever believes really happened. For example, he traveled the world during and after high school...

Save the Date: Day of Service 2015

Mark your calendars now. GRU will hold its annual Day of Service on Saturday, Sept. 12. This serves as an opportunity for employees and students to give back to the community. Last year, more than 500 volunteers contributed their time and services...

GRU Augusta Cards Ninth At NCAA Chapel Hill Regional

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – The GRU Augusta men’s golf team concluded the 2015 season with a ninth-place finish at seven-over par (871) in the NCAA Chapel Hill Regional on Saturday on UNC Finley Golf Course. The Jaguars were 26 strokes off the lead and 12...

FY 2016 parking registration

  Annual parking registration for faculty and staff of Georgia Regents University, Georgia Regents Medical Center and Georgia Regents Medical Associates will take place on May 11, 2015 through May 25, 2015. Registration is easy! Click here for...

Laney-Walker Blvd. detours in effect

Vehicles are being directed to detour around Laney-Walker Boulevard because enhancement work has begun on the .36-mile stretch between 15th Street and R.A. Dent Boulevard. Instead of utilizing Laney-Walker Boulevard through Georgia Regents...

Dennis and Gilbert named Peach Belt All-Academic

The Peach Belt Conference released the baseball All-Academic team from the conference office in Augusta on Thursday afternoon and GRU Augusta baseball senior Bradley Dennis and junior Connor Gilbert were named to the team for their performance in...

Laney-Walker enhancements to begin soon

Over the next six to eight months, the stretch of Laney-Walker Boulevard running through the heart of Georgia Regents University’s Health Sciences Campus will undergo a transformation. On May 11, crews will begin work to improve the safety and...

Engler 5K celebrates late artist’s memory

For those who knew Kath Engler, this spring has been – and will continue to be – a time of closure and celebration. First came the private sale of some of the late artist’s remaining artwork, and on Saturday, April 18, anyone who remembers Engler...

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