Brenau University’s Outdoor Track & Field team celebrate the university’s fourth consecutive SSAC championship in Mobile, Alabama, on April 23.

Brenau Track & Field Receives SSAC Awards

The accolades keep coming for the 2016 Southern States Athletic Conference Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Champion Golden Tigers, including the conference 2015-16 Coach of the Year title for Brenau head track coach Byron Kramer. The first-year head coach led…

rom left, Yousef Alghamdi, Greg Hutson, Linlin Yang and Husnia Aziz work in Brenau’s Ray of Light Garden outside the Trustee Library.

Ray of Light Garden Beams on Brenau

All Outdoor Lawn Services landscaper Greg Hutson recently made an appearance at Brenau’s Gainesville campus to give Ted Garner’s Principles of Leadership class a few pointers on planting annuals and splitting hostas. As part of a class community service project,…

May 20 Workshop Addresses ADA Compliance

Brenau welcomes Lisa Meeks, director of Medical Student Disability Services at the University of California-San Francisco, and Elisa Laird-Metke, director of the Disability Resource Center at Samuel Merritt University, to campus Friday, May 20. The two will host a workshop…

May 2016 HR Newsletter Now Available

Want to know more about the latest guidelines revisions, upcoming required workshops and summer dining details? You can get the scoop on all of them – plus information on job openings, new hirings, and more upcoming staff and faculty events…

Chair of Interior Design Lynn M. Jones is the recipient of the 2016 American Society for Interior Designers’ National Educator Medalist Award.

Lynn Jones To Receive National ASID Educator Medalist Award

Brenau Chair and Professor of Interior Design Lynn M. Jones (ASID, IDEC, LEED AP) has been named the recipient of the American Society of Interior Designers’ National Educator Medalist Award. “The national committee noted her nomination to be one of…

OnGeorgia Puts Spotlight on The Wisdom Project

OnGeorgia, an online publication from Southern Company, recently profiled Center for Lifetime Study Executive Director Kathy Amos in a feature story about The Wisdom Project. Launched in 2012, the joint project between Brenau and the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce…

Junior Aubrey Fearnow, left, and senior Deishane’ Honeycutt have been named SSAC athletes of the week for their performances at the conference championships in Mobile, Alabama.

Golden Tigers Shine as SSAC Athletes of the Week

The Southern States Athletic Conference earlier this week announced two Brenau student-athletes have been selected as conference athletes of the week for April 18-24. Deishane’ Honeycutt, a senior biology major from Stone Mountain, Georgia, was named SSAC Women’s Outdoor Track…

Reminder About Summer Space Usage

With graduation approaching, please be reminded that spaces currently used as classrooms, labs, lobbies and offices may be used for other university-related activities over the summer.  Personal items or materials used during the school year for specific classes should be…

Brenau tennis players Maya Mammetgulyyeva, from left, Paula Rives Palau, Fatyha Berjane, Rebecca Pijls, Kirsten Dickins and Patricia Recalde Pacua huddle together before the beginning of a semifinals match against Middle Georgia State University at the SSAC Women’s Tennis Championship on April 22.

Golden Tigers Tennis Finishes Second in SSAC Championship

The No. 6 nationally ranked Brenau University tennis team finished second in the Southern States Athletic Conference Championship April 23, losing only to NCAA-bound Auburn University-Montgomery. “Our conference is one of the toughest in the NAIA, so we knew going…

Fair Street School fourth graders Kaliah Williams, left, and Aremoni Torres read the latest edition of 'Tiger Tales.'

Fifth Edition of ‘Tiger Tales’ Drops at Fair Street School

“Today is a very special day,” Assistant Professor of Education Donna Cherveny told the students in Eve Reeve’s fourth grade class at Gainesville’s Fair Street School on April 26. “Today you are all published authors and illustrators.” Early childhood, middle…