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Brenau University holds first Diversity Week

Dec 15, 2020

The Brenau University community gathered recently for a series of Diversity Week discussions on topics including class, poverty and perceptions; gender and sexuality; and cultural understanding and environmental justice. The event, titled “Open Spaces: My Voice, Your Voice, Our Voices,” was the first of several events Brenau’s Working Group on Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence […]

Dennisse Rodriguez learns hand embroidery stitches at home

CAD Rises to the Challenge of Remote Learning in Spring 2020

Sep 11, 2020

by Sommer Stockton When the news came in mid-March about the move to remote learning, Brenau’s faculty and staff were fully prepared for the possibility of moving online. Faculty evaluated the remaining assignments and lab activities to determine which would be applicable to hold in an online learning environment. “We were anticipating a possible change […]

Front lawn of Brenau's Ganiesville Campus

Introducing the Class of 2022 Brenau Scholars

Jan 02, 2019

The Brenau Scholars Program recognizes those who, as the Brenau Ideal states, “find satisfaction in being rather than in seeming” and “find joy in doing rather than in dreaming.” The young women chosen for this program epitomize these standards, using their talents, ambition and brilliance daily to pursue their goals and to excel in academics, […]

Brenau OT Professor & Alumni Present Brenau at World Federation of Occupational Therapists Conference in Cape Town, South Africa

May 25, 2018

  Dr. Irma Alvarado PhD., OT/L, FAOTA, along with Brenau Alumni Amy Todd MS OTR/L (MSOT ’08), Andrea Garcia Leonard, MS OTR/L (MSOT ’17), and Lauren Patton, MS OTR (MSOT ’17), presented their research titled Student Implementation of Occupational Therapy Services in an Inpatient Psychiatric Hospital in Merida, Mexico, Using the Hidalgo Model: A Collaborative […]

Brenau's Ismaelle Occeus, a senior from Lawrenceville, Ga., competes in the women's long jump during the NAIA Track & Field Championships in Gulf Shores, Ala. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

Brenau University senior Ismaelle Occeus from Lawrenceville, Ga., competes in the women's long jump during the NAIA Track & Field Championships in Gulf Shores, Ala. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

Golden Tigers Compete in Track & Field Nationals

May 25, 2017

GULF SHORES, Ala. – Ismaelle Occeus competed in the final long jump of her collegiate career Thursday night, May 25, as Brenau University opened first-day action at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics  Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The senior biology major from Lawrenceville, Georgia, leaped 17 feet, 10-3/4 inches on her first attempt, but […]

Brenau University Trustee Emeritus and longtime supporter of the university’s nursing program Dr. Henry S. Jennings Jr.

Brenau University Trustee Emeritus and longtime supporter of the university’s nursing program Dr. Henry S. Jennings Jr.

Brenau Remembers Trustee Emeritus Dr. Henry S. Jennings Jr.

Mar 09, 2017

GAINESVILLE, Ga. – Brenau University Trustee Emeritus and longtime supporter of the university’s nursing program Dr. Henry S. Jennings Jr. died Thursday, March 2. He was 94 years old. “During his time on the board, Henry was one of the trustees at the table meeting with creditors on a weekly basis to ensure Brenau would […]

Student Government Association Meetings

Sep 23, 2016

The Brenau Student Government Association serves as the voice of all Women’s College students. Throughout the year, students use this as an outlet to share their concerns and issues. SGA officers and senators then problem solve with administrators and faculty members to improve campus life. If any Women’s College students have issues they would like to […]