This is a test of the GRU Emergency Alert Banner. In the event of a real emergency, information would be available at http://greport.gru.edu/alert.

Events

Throughout February

Black History Month Trivia

Questions will be posted each week

Each Friday, 2 winners will be selected at random to win a prize from the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. *Winners are chosen from those who have fully completed the quiz.

On February 27th, 1 Grand Prize winner will receive (2) Southstar Trolley Tickets to any one of their available tours. *Winner will be chosen at random for those who have fully completed the quiz.

 

   
Monday, February 9

Lunch and Learn: "The Steering Committee" produced by Hodges Usry

Location: Children's Hospital of Georgia Conference Room BT-1809
Time: Noon-1pm

Documentary featuring the history of Augusta’s student movement in the 1960s with Q & A Session

*Lunch will be provided to the first 30 attendees

   

Friday, February 13

James Brown Academy of Musik Pupils: JAMP Musical Performance

Location: Health Science Campus, Terrace Café, in dining area 
Time: Noon-1pm

   
Friday, February 20

Lunch and Learn: Black History Trolley Tour Sponsored by Lucy Craft Laney Museum and SouthStar

Location: Pick Up Location: Health Science Campus in front of the Kelly Administration Building
Time: Noon-1pm

Registration & Tickets: Online registration is required $5 fee- This includes fare and a boxed lunch

   

Friday, February 27

Cooking Demo by Sodexo ®

Location: Health Science Campus, Terrace Café, Magnolia/Dogwood Room
Time: Noon-1pm

*Participate and learn about African-American cuisine

 

Faculty/ Community Events

 
Saturday, February 7

9th Annual Lucy Craft Laney Heritage Gala

Location: Augusta Marriott at The Convention Center
Time: 6-10pm

   

Thursday, February 19

FLAIR group presents: “Antonio Machín and the Cuban Golden Era“

Location: Summerville Campus: Allgood Hall E254
Time: 
5-5:30 PM  

Presented by: Julio Avila, North Augusta High School

Description: presentation about the music of black Cuban Antonio Machin, with musical selections, to describe his impact on music in the Cuban Golden Era. Cuban music has been an important influence in music in the USA. And music is part of the culture.

   
Sunday, February 22

BSU presents: Show Me What You Got Hair Show

Location: Summerville Campus: Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre
Time: 4:30-8 PM

   

Wednesday, February 25

Brown vs. Board of Education Panel Discussion

Location: Summerville Campus: JSAC Coffeehouse
Time: 6:30-7:30 PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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