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Brenau’s ‘Now in Jax’ Motto Goes ‘Official’ with Sept. 1 North Florida Campus Opening Celebration

Aug 31, 2015

Brenau University plans to hold the ceremonial opening of its new campus in Jacksonville, Florida, on Tuesday, Sept. 1, in preparation for beginning its first graduate school class in October followed by the first undergraduate program in early 2016. Dr. Ed Schrader, president of the 137-year-old Gainesville, Georgia-based, fully accredited, nonprofit comprehensive university, scheduled a […]

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Women’s College Students Learn in First Fall Convocation That, in Finding Life’s Passions, “There’s No App for That”

Aug 27, 2015

In the traditional kickoff of the Brenau University Women’s College academic year, one of the region’s foremost forensic interviewers, Dr. Julie Battle, told students that going to college will not automatically prepare them for life or careers. “You can’t do a Google search to find your passion,” said Dr. Julie Battle, chair of Brenau’s academic […]

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John Heliker Exhibition Opens a New View of Manhattan Art World

Aug 12, 2015

A special exhibition of paintings and drawings spanning six decades of work by acclaimed New York painter John Heliker will run from Thursday, Aug. 13, to Thursday, Nov. 19, at Brenau University’s Sellars Gallery, 200 Blvd., on the historic Gainesville campus. Although Heliker is best known for figurative works, the curated exhibition titled “John Heliker: […]

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Brenau Alum Christina Jundt Celebrates North Georgia History with Lakefront Play

Aug 06, 2015

Even with a shoestring, start-up budget, Wild Air Playhouse scored the ultimate prop for its first production: Lake Lanier. The theater company is presenting “Half Mile Down,” an original, outdoor Americana drama, at the Lake Lanier Olympic Venue at Clarks Bridge Road in Gainesville, where the lake provides a sweeping, scenic backdrop for a minimalist […]

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Research Symposium April 10 Showcases Student and Faculty Work in Sciences and Humanities

Apr 09, 2015

Brenau University’s fourth annual Research Symposium on Friday, April 10, highlights graduate, undergraduate and faculty research projects at the Brenau Downtown Center and the Brenau East campus. Keynote speaker is Tahirih Varner, a Georgia State University expert in conflict resolution.

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Alumnae Reunion Weekend and ‘May Day’ Bring Graduates “Forever Home” to Brenau Campus April 10-11

Apr 08, 2015

Brenau University Women’s College and Brenau Academy alumnae, families and friends will converge on the Gainesville historic campus Friday and Saturday, April 10-11, for the annual day of class reunions and the “May Day” celebration for current students. Themed “Forever Gold, Forever Home,” the weekend events include fancy hats and daisy chains for nearly 200 […]

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Ivanka Trump Executive Keynotes Brenau’s Second Women’s Leadership Program March 20

Mar 11, 2015

Those who attend Brenau University’s special March 20 program about how women can carve out the lives they want to lead will hear from an executive in one of America’s best-known brands, co-head of a North Georgia media organization, lawyers, educators, a key player in one of the world’s largest charitable organizations and an executive […]

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Brenau’s Online Graduate Education Degree Programs Rank in U.S. News national Top 50

Mar 10, 2015

U.S. News & World Report’s comprehensive 2015 directory of the nation’s top online degrees ranked Brenau University’s graduate education degree programs No. 42 in the nation. Published today, the directory puts Brenau alongside some highly regarded teacher colleges, including Augustana, Old Dominion and University of Nevada – Reno, flanked by University of North Carolina at […]

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Brenau Draws on Doc Holliday Legend with March 3 Appearance by Georgia Author of the Year Victoria Wilcox

Feb 11, 2015

More than 125 years after the death of legendary Georgia-born Old West gunfighter and gambler John H. “Doc” Holliday, Brenau University will host a special program Tuesday, March 3, that explores the continuing prominence in popular culture  of Holliday and others whose principal claim to fame was a 30-second gunfight at the OK Corral in […]

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This is Some Cook Book: Gainesville Author’s Second ‘Scholar & Sphinx’ Fantasy Novel Debuts Dec. 16

Dec 12, 2014

Technically, it is a “Cook book,” but with title ingredients like a scholar, a sphinx and a fang of Fenrir, it sounds more like recipes for mayhem than for Sunday brunch. The Scholar, the Sphinx and the Fang of Fenrir is the second novel by author Alison Reeger Cook, who publishes under the moniker A.R. Cook. […]

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