CSRA Parkinson Support Group Monthly Meeting
Tuesday, April 22nd | 6pm
St. John Towers /
724 Greene St. /
A panel of health care professionals consisting of a doctor specializing in Parkinson’s, a speech therapist and a physical therapist will be answering questions and sharing their knowledge.
Mary Ann Navarro
College Information Seminar Sponsored by the Augusta/CSRA Chapter of Alabama A&M University Alumni
Thursday, May 15th | 6:30-9pm
Lucy Craft Laney Museum / 1116 Phillip Street / Augusta, GA 30901
The purpose of this seminar is to provide students with valuable information on applying for college, applying for scholarships and what to expect during the college experience. Representatives will present information in an informal atmosphere and allow time for questions and answers. The seminar is FREE and can be attended by any high school student in the CSRA. Free application submission for all students who apply to A&M University during the seminar. We recommend that parents come and hear what is being shared as well.
Willie Mae Crittenden 706-855-9554 firstname.lastname@example.org
GRU Discovery Session: Back to School: A Look at New Technology in the Classroom
Saturday, April 26th | 2-2:45pm
Georgia Regents University / University Hall / Rm 250
Integrating technology like 3D into the classroom enhances learning. See how the College of Education advances education using these trends, and tour our new technology lab. Free. Register at grualumni.com/alumniweekend/register.
GRU College of Education's Panel on Public Education & Reception
Friday, April 25th
GRU University Hall / Room 170, lobby, and patio
Join us for a special panel on public education led by the Executive Director of Vision for Public Education, Stan DeJarnett, followed by a reception with fellow alumni and faculty. Cost: Free. Dress: Business Casual. Visit http://grualumni.com/alumniweekend.