Students Win Honors at National Conference
Six students in Georgia Regents University’s James M. Hull College of Business received national recognition during the 2014 Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference Awards ceremony June 27 in Nashville, Tenn.Learn More...
Class takes a trip to Cuba
Cuba, one of the few places the U.S. government has strictly banned Americans from visiting, may seem like a strange place for a Study Abroad trip, but students said they learned a lot from the experience.
“We were able to talk to people and see what life is like there,” marketing student Aaliyah Wylie said. “We thought it would be a dark place, but it wasn’t.”
Eleven students travelled with the Hull College of Business to learn more about the business and economic factors of the island nation’s communist government.Learn More...
Hull Faculty Sponsor Summer Undergraduate Research
This summer, two Hull College faculty members participated in the GRU's Center for Undergraduate Research & Scholarship (CURS) Summer Scholars Program. Dr. Cathy Slade and Dr. Mike Dowell were awarded grants to sponsor two separate research efforts.
Dr. Slade, along with graduate assistant Jaison Majzer and undergraduate students, Calvin Mack and Sophie Viller started the evaluation planning process for the Institute of Public and Preventive Health (IPPH) Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) and Healthy Augusta pilot projects.
Dr. Dowell, together with undergraduate students Tracy Miller, Chad Reynolds and Neea Rusch, created a prototype system using a revolutionary new wearable computing device. The project, titled Summarized Patient Information through Google Glass (SPI Glass), was designed to be used by physicians for retrieving patient information using Google Glass.Learn More...