14 GRU docs are tops in nation

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Fourteen physicians at Georgia Regents University and GRHealth have been included in the 14th edition of “America’s Top Doctors,®” a national patient reference guide published by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. that identifies the top 1 percent of doctors in the nation by specialty, helping patients find recognized experts. For more than a … Continue reading 14 GRU docs are tops in nation

The Phoenix rises thanks to writer’s flesh-pierced suspension

The Phoenix, GRU’s award-winning student-run magazine, recently added two more accolades, both from the Society of Professional Journalists. The Phoenix editorial staff – Editor-in-Chief Matthew Johnson, Assistant Editor Anna Garner, Creative Director Drew Greiner, and Business Manager Kaitlin Keller – was a finalist in the best magazine category, and Eric Ruggles won the Region 3 … Continue reading The Phoenix rises thanks to writer’s flesh-pierced suspension

Digestive Health Center Grand Opening Celebration on April 16

Georgia Regents Digestive Health Center cordially invites you to join them for their Grand Opening Celebration on Thursday, April 16. There will be an official Ribbon Cut at 5:30 p.m. followed by drinks, hor d’oeuvres and personalized tours of the new Digestive Health Center. The celebration will be held in the first floor lobby of … Continue reading Digestive Health Center Grand Opening Celebration on April 16

GRU Child Care receives 3-star rating, Shape Award

The GRU Child Care Center just achieved a 3-star rating, the highest possible, from the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) for the third consecutive year. It is one of only a handful of centers in the state to do this for three years in a row. In addition, the Child Care Center … Continue reading GRU Child Care receives 3-star rating, Shape Award

PAWPRINTS: Student Opportunities – March 30

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES Volunteer Opportunity – Sexual Assault Awareness Month Volunteers are needed for both the Take Back the Day 5K on 4/18/15 and the Take Back the Night Rally on 4/23/15. Attendance will be taken at all events and sent to the appropriate faculty or staff. Students sign up for volunteer duties at Volunteer Spot: … Continue reading PAWPRINTS: Student Opportunities – March 30

PAWPRINTS: Happening Now – March 30

Happening Now Reminder: S.A.I.L. Student Organization Awards Nominations for the Smooth Sailing Awards for student organizations, members, advisers, faculty/staff members will close on Monday, March 30 at 5:00 pm. The announcement of the awards will be shared on Thursday, April 16 at the annual banquet hosted by Student Life & Engagement with a Mix & … Continue reading PAWPRINTS: Happening Now – March 30

PAWPRINTS: Upcoming Events – March 30

UPCOMING EVENTS April 6-10: Spring Break Have a safe and fun Spring Break! April 15: Anthropology Day 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM JSAC Coffeehouse, Summerville Campus Mark your calendars for the Anthropology Student Union’s annual Anthropology Day! This event was a huge, fun success for all ages last year. We’ll have interactive stations reflecting the … Continue reading PAWPRINTS: Upcoming Events – March 30

Gage Patton’s Walk-Off Hit Wills Jags To 8-7 Win In Extras

Fighting back from an early 6-0 deficit, the Jaguars got a walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th inning from freshman Gage Patton to steal an 8-7 victory and sweep the Peach Belt Conference series from the Georgia Southwestern Hurricanes Sunday at Lake Olmstead Stadium. The Jaguars (12-16, 6-9 PBC) went down 2-0 early … Continue reading Gage Patton’s Walk-Off Hit Wills Jags To 8-7 Win In Extras