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PRESTIGE program helps student land teaching job

  Because her mother, aunt, and uncle are all lawyers, Ashley Zappitell had always toyed with the idea of attending law school, but her love of science steered her toward chemistry and then forensics – at least until she realized she didn’t like the solitude of lab work. “I like social interaction,” Zappitell said. “I […]

Dr. Feng-Ming Kong

Kong elected President of the American Association for Women Radiologists

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Dr. Feng-Ming “Spring” Kong, Chairwoman of the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, has been elected President of the American Association for Women Radiologists. Kong, Co-Leader of the Lung Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic and Co-Director of Lung and Esophageal Cancer Programs at the GRU Cancer […]

Heart Walk Weekly: Buy your ‘Doctors with Heart’ calendar and Heart Walk shirt today

GRU and GRHealth employees are raising money for the American Heart Association, which gave more than $7 million to GRU in research funding in 2014, making us eighth in the nation. Fundraising efforts will continue across campus until March 7, when the CSRA Heart Walk will take place at the North Augusta Greeneway. For instance, […]

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Wycliffe Gordon presents: A Winter Wonderland of Music

The GRU Department of Music and Wycliffe Gordon and Friends present A Winter Wonderland of Music, a free concert featuring the GRU Artist-in-Residence alongside members of the GRU Music faculty, Bel Canto, and Augusta Big Band Aggregate. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18, at the Maxwell Theatre on the Summerville Campus. Concert tickets are […]

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In the news: More senior citizens still getting behind wheel

Dr. S. Dale White, Associate Professor of Social Work, was interviewed by The Augusta Chronicle about high rates of elderly drivers. According to a recent AAA study, 84 percent of Americans age 65-and-older have a valid driver’s license – compared to barely half in the early 1970s. Read: More senior citizens still getting behind wheel