Thursday, December 18, 2014

Tag Archives: Diversity and Inclusion

Georgia Regents University receives prestigious diversity award


AUGUSTA, Ga. — Georgia Regents University has received the 2013 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher ... Read More »

Guion named chair of statewide diversity association

Kent Guion, GRU's Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion

    AUGUSTA, Ga. – Kent Guion, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion at Georgia Regents University, has been named the founding chair of the Georgia Association of Diversity Officers ... Read More »

Renowned mountain climber to speak at diversity event

Renowned mountain climber to speak at GRU's 2013 Diversity and Inclusion Summit

AUGUSTA, Ga.- Record-setting mountaineer and motivational speaker Gary Guller will give the keynote presentation at Georgia Regents University’s 2013 Diversity and Inclusion Summit on Sept. 12 at the Salvation Army ... Read More »

GRU’s Healthy Perspectives receives $50,000 grant


  AUGUSTA, Ga.-  Georgia Regents University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion has received a $50,000 grant from the Healthcare Georgia Foundation to support the delivery and evaluation of its online, ... Read More »

Drisko and Heimlich receive GHS Diversity Awards

Dr. Connie Drisko, Dean of the Georgia Health Sciences University College of Dental Medicine, and Brett Heimlich, an M.D./Ph.D. student, are recipients of Georgia Health Sciences 2012 Diversity Awards. The awards recognize sustained commitment to diversity and inclusiveness at GHS. Drisko and Heimlich will receive the awards at GHSU’s second annual Diversity Summit Sept. 14. Read More »

Soledad O’Brien to speak at GHSU Diversity Summit Sept. 14

Soledad O’Brien, anchor of CNN’s morning news program Starting Point, is the keynote speaker at the Georgia Health Sciences University Diversity Summit Friday, Sept. 14 at the Salvation Army’s Kroc Center. Read More »

GHSU event will celebrate black women Feb. 28

Pianist Mikos Jordan and singer Renee Mathis will perform at noon Feb. 28 during “Celebrating Black Women in American Culture and History” at Georgia Health Sciences University. The hour-long celebration also features presentations from artist Melinda Lampkin and poet Christina Profit and performances by violinist Torri Lampkin and the Cutno Artist Group. Read More »