Jags Tennis Opens Season Feb. 1 At Johnson C. Smith

2015 GRU Tennis kicks off new slate on the road in non-conference, home opener Feb. 6 AUGUSTA, Ga. – The GRU Augusta men’s and women’s tennis teams open the 2015 spring season this Sunday, Feb. 1 for a 2:00 p.m. dual match at Johnson C. Smith in Charlotte, N.C. Head Coach Michael McGrath, who enters … Continue reading Jags Tennis Opens Season Feb. 1 At Johnson C. Smith

Doctor of Physical Therapy School attends Physical Therapy Day at state capital

On January 21, the 2016 class of the Doctor of Physical Therapy School at GRU attended the Physical Therapy Day at the Georgia Capitol.  There were over 300 students and licensed physical therapists from over the state to attend the meeting. This coordinated grassroots event allowed members and non-members to participate in a full agenda … Continue reading Doctor of Physical Therapy School attends Physical Therapy Day at state capital

Basketball player shares story to help others

Georgia Regents University basketball player Roman Hill is taking a role in Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis, Jr.’s  push of the White House initiative My Brother’s Keeper to to help keep kids in school. Not only is Hill the first in his family to graduate from college, but his academic journey has included overcoming a three-year prison sentence and … Continue reading Basketball player shares story to help others

Cedric Johnson Selected Chairman of Augusta Regional Airport Board

From Augusta CEO Augusta Regional Airport’s governing board selected a new chairman and welcomed the airport’s new executive director Thursday. Cedric Johnson, director of community affairs at Georgia Regents University, was appointed chairman following a unanimous vote from the Augusta Aviation Commission. Randy Sasser was appointed the board’s vice chairman. [Read more…]

Balas selected National Library of Medicine presenter

College of Allied Health Sciences Dean Andrew  Balas has been selected to present at the National Library of Medicine’s  week-long, residential course in biomedical informatics, slated April  12-18 in  Young Harris, Ga. The purpose of the course is to familiarize  individuals with the application of, and policies related to, computer  technologies and information science in … Continue reading Balas selected National Library of Medicine presenter

Reese Library to test overnight hours

Students looking to burn the midnight oil will soon have the chance to utilize the services of Reese Library 24/7, thanks to a 12-week pilot program looking at the feasibility of having a library that’s always open. Starting in mid-February, faculty, staff, and students from all GRU campuses will be able to access Reese Library … Continue reading Reese Library to test overnight hours

Update on Augusta boy in marijuana drug study

The Augusta Chronicle and WRDW-TV News 12 spoke briefly to Valerie Weaver about her son Preston, the first child in Georgia participating in the clinical trial of cannibinoid oil for the treatment of intractable seizures, during his first follow-up appointment at Children’s Hospital of Georgia on Jan. 27. Read The Augusta Chronicle story: Augusta boy … Continue reading Update on Augusta boy in marijuana drug study

CAHS Dean’s Research Seminar Series to feature Biomedical Informatics

The College of Allied Health Sciences’ Dean’s Research Seminar Series is pleased to present Dr. William Stead, Associate Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs and Chief Strategy Officer at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Thursday, Feb. 12, at noon in the Health Sciences Building, room 1222 on the Health Sciences campus. Dr. Stead will share his experience … Continue reading CAHS Dean’s Research Seminar Series to feature Biomedical Informatics

Student commercial to air during the Super Bowl

Millions of viewers will be watching Super Bowl XLIX this Sunday on NBC. However, many will also be tuned in to see the elaborate commercials delivered  by companies such as Doritos and Coca-Cola. This year, Georgia Regents University is getting in on the action by being one of two institutions to have a student-produced commercial featured … Continue reading Student commercial to air during the Super Bowl