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Brenau University in the News: May 18-June 3, 2021

Jun 7, 2021
Michael Lowe

Brenau in the News is an ongoing compilation of media coverage highlighting Brenau and members of the Brenau community. Some news sources may require subscriptions.


Gainesville celebrates new cottages for first-time homeowners

Brenau nursing student Jennifer Mendoza has a new home and a shorter commute to class thanks to the Gainesville Nonprofit Development Foundation project. Read more from the Gainesville Times.


College of Education graduates among Gwinnett County Public Schools’ newest principals

Memorie Reesman, who earned her master’s degree in middle grades, science and social studies from Brenau, will be the first principal at the new Seckinger High School, which opens in August 2022. Melanie Terris, who earned her master’s in early childhood education from Brenau, will be the new principal at Ivy Creek Elementary School. Read more from the Gwinnett Daily Post.


OnCallMD develops virtual medicine and telemedicine software training platform for Brenau’s PA program

The software is being deployed as part of the curriculum in Brenau’s Physician Assistant Studies program with the goal of training and equipping a new generation of providers with the skills and know-how to use telemedicine as part of their practice. Read more from PRWeb.


Peek inside Gainesville Renaissance, under construction on the downtown square

The $22.4 million Gainesville Renaissance development off Spring and Main streets will feature shops and restaurants on the first floor, Brenau University’s  Lynn J. Darby School of Psychology and Adolescent Counseling on the second floor and eight condominium units on the third floor. View the photo tour from Gainesville Times.