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New Brenau Faculty for 2016-17 Emphasizes Both Science and Arts

Sep 09, 2016

A majority of the 14 new faculty members that joined the Brenau University family for the 2016-17 school year will address growing needs for academic expertise in health sciences professional preparation as well as in traditional English language and literature. Although the university added faculty across the board in its four academic colleges, the College […]

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Brenau MBA Ranks No. 1 in Enrollment in Atlanta-area Business Schools

Aug 08, 2016

Atlanta Business Chronicle ranked Brenau University as the top Master of Business Administration program in terms of enrollment in its 2016 listing of business schools in the metropolitan Atlanta area. With 721 students enrolled in the program in 2015-16, No. 1-ranked Brenau moved up on the July 27-published list ahead of Scheller College of Business […]

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Brenau Contracts Aramark for Facilities Maintenance

Aug 02, 2016

Brenau University and Aramark Corp. entered into a long-term contract for Aramark to assume responsibilities for all facilities maintenance services at the university. David Barnett, executive vice president and CFO for the university, said the arrangement will provide immediate benefit for the institution by enabling it to establish a fixed expense for maintenance in future […]

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Kelly Spain Appointed New Augusta Campus Director

Jul 29, 2016

MARTINEZ, Georgia, July 29, 2016 – Kelly Spain, who since 2012 has been academic advising coordinator and office manager for the Brenau University Department of Mathematics & Science in Gainesville, Georgia, began a new position July 25 as director of the Brenau campus that serves the Augusta metropolitan area in Georgia and South Carolina. The […]

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Brenau Grad Returns to Campus as New Alumni Director

Jul 26, 2016

Ashley Morgan Carter did not need directions to find her way around campus on her first day as Brenau University’s alumni director last week. She already knew about the place because her mother, Stacey Henson Morgan, graduated from the Brenau University Women’s College in 1988. Then Carter herself earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees […]

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Brenau Hosts RISE Graduation July 15

Jul 14, 2016

More than 100 Hall County elementary school students are expected to receive diplomas at Brenau University’s Downtown Center on July 15 as part of the 2016 RISE graduation ceremonies. The RISE (Real Interactive Summer-learning Experience) program is now in its fifth year. The six-week summer camp is a collaborative effort by Brenau University, the Gainesville […]

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National Athletics Director Group Ranks Brenau Athletics Program Fourth Among Southern States Schools

Jun 24, 2016

The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics listed Brenau University’s athletics program as one of the best in the Southern States Athletic Conference in its 2015-16 Learfield Sports Director’s Cup final rankings. NACDA and USA Today rank institutions based on their teams’ final standings across a dozen sports. Brenau University, with 242 points overall, […]

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Brenau Picks Eugene Williams as College of Education Dean

Jun 16, 2016

Following the retirement of Sandra Leslie at the end of the 2015-16 academic year, Brenau University named longtime professor Eugene Williams the new dean of the College of Education. After a nationwide search narrowed the field of applicants to three candidates, the selection committee recommended the internal candidate in part because of his significant experiences […]

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Brenau University Presents Summer Speaker Series at Jacksonville Campus

Jun 10, 2016

JACKSONVILLE, Florida, June 10, 2016 – Brenau University hosts a special four-month speaker series this summer, featuring some of Jacksonville’s most noteworthy civic, political and business leaders discussing the local community’s most significant issues. “We were looking for opportunities to invite companies, individuals and students to the location to get a feel of Brenau’s environment,” […]

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Track and Field Earns Three All-American Titles at National Championships

Jun 02, 2016

Eight Brenau student-athletes competed at the 2016 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships May 26-28 in Gulf Shores, Alabama, with two seniors earning All-American honors. Four-time Southern States Athletic Conference All-Conference selection Olamide Sokunbi of Marietta, Georgia, made Brenau history by finishing second in the triple jump, recording a 12.06 […]

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Second Wave of Physical Therapy Doctoral Degree Candidates Begin Classes

Jun 02, 2016

The 40 Doctor of Physical Therapy candidates who initiated studies May 16 for Brenau University’s two-year-old program came from a nationwide pool of about 750 applicants, which 2015 data supplied by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education indicates is about 300 applicants deeper than the national average for colleges and universities that offer […]

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Undergraduate Nursing Class is One of Brenau’s Largest, Most Experienced

May 31, 2016

Sixty-three students from four countries and 10 states began work May 16 toward Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees in what a Brenau University School of Nursing professor described as one of the most experienced classes in the program’s history. This is the first cohort – a group in which all members pursue the same […]

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Golden Tiger Tennis Gets Fifth Seed for NAIA Championship Tournament May 17-21

May 16, 2016

Currently ranked fifth in the nation, the Brenau University Golden Tigers tennis team won the fifth seed position for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championship tournament May 17-21 in Mobile, Alabama. The Tigers received a first-round bye and will open play on Wednesday, May 18, against the Tuesday winner of the match between No. […]

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Brenau Softball Punches Ticket to National Championship Qualifiers

May 11, 2016

The Brenau University Golden Tigers softball team made the final cut of qualifying squads for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics national championships opening round. The team joins Brenau’s swimming, tennis, outdoor track & field and competition cheer teams as athletics programs selected for national championship berths this season. Ranked No. 4 in the Southern […]

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Retired Admiral Annie Andrews ‘Commands’ Brenau Graduates to Set Sail for Professional Adventures

May 07, 2016

Retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Annie B. Andrews charged Brenau University graduates Saturday to never let fear of the unknown stop them from following dreams. “At the beginning of my career, I thought I had to choose between a safe route and an adventurous one,” Andrews said. “Embarking on my Navy career, I was surrounded […]

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‘Call the Meeting to Order,’ Admiral Tells Women’s College Graduates

May 06, 2016

Retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Annie B. Andrews told the 2016 Brenau University Women’s College graduating class to aim high in their professional aspirations. She also gave them a blueprint for success: have a plan, a purpose, a passion and then picture in their minds how they are going to place themselves there. “Not only […]

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Retired Admiral Annie Andrews Will Address Brenau’s 137th Spring Commencement

May 03, 2016

Annie B. Andrews, a retired U.S. Navy rear admiral who now serves as a top official with the Federal Aviation Administration, will deliver commencement addresses Friday and Saturday, May 6 and 7, to the more than 300 students participating in Brenau University’s 137th spring graduation ceremonies. The Hinesville, Georgia, native who retired in September after […]

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Brenau Partners with ON Language for English Language Skills Support

May 02, 2016

Brenau University will partner with ON Language, a private South Carolina-based language instruction organization, to offer English-as-a-second-language services on the university’s Gainesville, Georgia, campus. Although ON Language will operate from university offices on the Gainesville campus, the partnership agreement permits it to accept non-Brenau students as well. The university engaged ON Language primarily to provide […]

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Brenau Takes Pledge for New Opioid Education Initiative

May 02, 2016

School of Nursing Supports New CDC Prescription Drug Standards Brenau University is one of 191 colleges, universities and medical schools across the United States joining the American Association of Colleges of Nursing in the fight against prescription drug abuse. Brenau University’s School of Nursing has pledged to follow new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]

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Accolades Pile On Golden Tigers Athletes and Coach Following Fourth Consecutive Track & Field Title

Apr 28, 2016

The accolades keep coming for the 2016 Southern States Athletic Conference Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Champion Golden Tigers, including the conference 2015-16 Coach of the Year title for Brenau head track coach Byron Kramer. The first-year head coach led the team to its fourth consecutive conference championship in Mobile, Alabama, where the Golden Tigers […]

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