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Arthur Takahashi is Digital Media Coordinator at Augusta University. Contact him to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706–446–5128 or atakahashi@augusta.edu.

Graduation Spotlight – Anna Sams

Why did you choose Augusta University? “I chose Augusta University because the small class sizes were really appealing to me. I liked the idea that I’d have the opportunity to really get to know my professors on an individual basis and that...

Graduation Spotlight – Pardon Ndhlovu

Why did you choose Augusta University? “I’m the first one from my family in Zimbabwe to go to college. At home, it was every kid’s dream to come to the U.S. because you’re coming for a better life. I came to Augusta University from University...

Veteran turns 100, celebrates life, America

He may have been born in Italy, but World War II veteran Dante Antonacci – who turns 100 today – lives and breathes red, white and blue. “America is the best place in the world to live,” said Antonacci from his small room in the Georgia War Veterans...

GRU Explains the 2016 Democratic Primary

AUGUSTA, Ga. – American voters will watch the Democratic candidates face off in the first Democratic presidential debate at 9 p.m. Tuesday on CNN. Dr. Craig Albert, assistant professor of political science at Georgia Regents University, teaches...

3Qs with Scott Thorp: Creativity

Scott Thorp has a long and storied history of artistic study. Thorp, who was named chair of the art department earlier this year, previously worked at the Savannah College of Art and Design as a professor and as design coordinator for the school of...

Photo Gallery: BSidesAugusta 2015

On Saturday, Sept. 13, Georgia Regents University hosted BSidesAugusta, a cybersecurity conference that has brought experts in cyberdefense strategies to Augusta since 2013.

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