Augusta University’s Dr. E. Nicole Meyer has been published in a co-edited book titled "Rethinking the French Classroom: New Approaches to Teaching Contemporary French and Francophone Women."
The symposium will cover advances in bone biology and nutrition; graduate student research in musculoskeletal aging; research on brain aging, dementia and neurodegeneration; and collaborative research and funding opportunities.
Dr. Henley was one of 63 participants selected to make up the class of 2019, which has a theme of “Georgia United.”
Dental students, dental hygiene students, faculty and staff teamed up to deliver free dental care equivalent to about $35,000 in services.
Proposals for study abroad and study away programs to run in fall 2019, spring 2020, and summer 2020 are due to the study abroad committee April 1, 2019.
The Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is working to make the lives of those with pulmonary fibrosis and their families more comfortable.
Open to the public, the lecture series is currently accepting lecturers who enjoy researching the historical aspects of the health sciences and want to share with others remarkable moments from the past.
Augusta University’s chapter of MEDLIFE is hosting two information sessions about their third service learning trip taking place this summer.
The Department of Mathematics is excited to host Dr. Alexander Tessler, a NASA Floyd Thompson Fellow and recognized international authority in applied mechanics and finite element methods, Friday, Feb. 8.
Augusta University’s Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences is excited to introduce Dr. Christine Crookall, professor of Music, in her new role as associate dean.
Carlos Escobar, assistant vice president of Facilities, Planning, Design and Construction Division, has recently accepted a position with the Department of Veteran Affairs.
A team of collaborators identified Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor-B as an “endogenous antioxidant,” meaning an antioxidant produced within the body.
On Tuesday, Augusta University launched a new 24-hour bike-sharing program called JagRide.
Called "Summer Time Fun," the first Town Hall will discuss how to identify summer camps and activities for children with special needs and provide tools and suggestions for networking with other parents.
Each fall semester, first-year medical students at the Medical College of Georgia participate in a Head, Eyes, Ears, Oral Cavity, Nose and Throat workshop as part of their Physical Diagnosis course.
Augusta University’s Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences is excited to celebrate the recent publication of research conducted by two faculty members and a master's student.
The Council for the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences has voted to designate Dr. Gregg Murray as editor-in-chief for the Cambridge University Press journal "Politics and the Life Sciences."
For almost 20 years, the department’s holiday party has continued to be a time when faculty and staff can enjoy each others company but is also an opportunity to help those in the Augusta community.
For the past two months, the VolunJags and VolunTeens at Augusta University have worked tirelessly to impact the lives of patients and their families.
Augusta University’s Student Wellness Program has been awarded a $8,027.01 grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.