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Change through Strength, Leadership and Prestige

From left, nursing students Richard Gonzalez, Dara Atijosan and Jane Lim look on while Shemila Thompson practices nasogastric tube placement during a skills lab at Brenau East. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)
Probably the only encounter most of you have had with that Victorian and early Edwardian era torture device, the cinched corset, has been in watching the opening scenes of Gone with the Wind or season one of Downton Abbey. Certainly pre-World War I Brenau women knew what they were. I suspect that Brenau women, too, [...]

Rising Senior Sara Jane Bowers Secures Nationally Coveted Golf Internship

Sara Jane Bowers, a junior from Statesboro, Ga., hits from the tee during the Brenau University Golden Tigers Spring Invitational golf tournament at Chattahoochee Golf Club. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

More than 2,000 students applied. Only 52 were accepted. One of them was Brenau rising senior Sara Jane Bowers. The American Junior Golf Association internship is one of the most prestigious in the country, launching careers and offering travel opportunities throughout the summer. Bowers, a mass communication major from Statesboro, Georgia, and member of the […]

Brenau Remembers Trustee Emeritus Jennings

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 survive to be […]

2017 Alumni Awards Winners

Cynthia Fuller Jackson receives an Outstanding Alumni Award during the 2017 Alumnae Reunion Weekend at Brenau University, Saturday, April 08, 2017. (Photo/ John Roark for Brenau University)
Brenau University honored 13 outstanding alumni during the 2017 Alumnae Reunion Weekend on April 7-8. The women – among them a stand-up comic, a senior manager at Coca-Cola, an award-winning film director and a second-generation chiropractor – were recognized for their many personal accomplishments, contributions to their local communities and leadership roles in their chosen [...]

Alumnae Reunion Weekend & May Day 2017

Paige Houseman, WC '66, gets a hug from Judy Davis Alexander, WC '67, before the dinner for the dinner for the 50th anniversary with the Brenau Trustees. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

Even on a Chilly Early April Morning, Brenau Alumnae Warm at Traditional ‘May Day’ Reunion Photos by AJ Reynolds and John Roark More than 200 Brenau University Women’s College alumnae returned to their historic campus this weekend to keep alive the tradition that dates to the early days of the 139-year-old institution of celebrating May […]

An Active Voice

Margie Gill poses for a photo with an honorary warrior stick from Rwanda that was given to her for her efforts in helping to build schools in the country. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

Margie Gill keeps busy in Brenau’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services. Her day job, however, provides only a glimpse into her big heart and extensive work educating children in Nicaragua and Rwanda and rescuing sex trafficking victims in Atlanta. By Kristen Oliver and Kenya Hunter If you talk to Margie Gill, BU ’10, you […]

Higher​ ​Education​ ​Publication​ ​Recognizing Alumna​ ​Dominika​ ​Jasova

Dominika Jasova

Class of 2015 graduate was the first Golden Tiger to win the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sportsmanship & Leadership Award As a student at Brenau, Dominika Jasova, WC ‘15, wanted to give back to her community. A member of the Golden Tigers tennis team from 2012-2014, her charitable efforts were recognized on and […]

Faculty Research Project Highlights Childhood Health Problems, Suggests Solutions

Efain Diaz, Derek Segovia and Jesuan Jackson play a clapping game during the 2015 RISE graduation at the Brenau Downtown Center Friday, July 24, 2015.
Gale Starich, dean of the College of Health Sciences, gives a presentation about the RISE Program during the Brenau University Research Symposium. Each spring for the past six years, Brenau students and faculty have showcased the university’s continually growing focus on research at the annual Research Symposium. Dean Gale Starich heads the College of Health [...]

Art.​ ​Art​ ​everywhere.​ Drink​ ​it​ ​in.

Dennis Campay paints in his studio in Jacksonville, Fla. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

One of the Southeast’s best-kept secrets, Brenau University’s Permanent Collection includes more than 6,500 artworks from artists including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist and Jasper Johns, to name a few. The three galleries on the Gainesville historic campus – Sellars Gallery, Castelli Gallery and Presidents Gallery – host exhibitions that change each […]

In the Driver’s Seat

Brenau Trustee Amy Whitley. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

Amy​ ​Whitley​ ​Uses​ ​Diversity, Inclusion​ ​Experience​ ​in​ ​New​ ​Role​ ​as​ ​Brenau​ ​Trustee Amy Whitley knows the value of hard work. It’s a lesson she learned at 22 years old, when she applied for a management position with UPS and found herself, instead, driving trucks. Whitley retired from UPS in January 2016 as vice president of […]

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