Hope House saved Amber Wilhelm's life from an opioid substance use disorder. Developed by Drs. Aaron Johnson and Lufei Young, the Augusta Area Comprehensive Offender Re-entry Program aims to help more women like Amber find their future through recovery.
With record voter registration numbers in Georgia, women could cast the deciding vote in the upcoming gubernatorial election. But who will they cast it for?
Award-winning poet Vievee Francis and author Holly Goddard Jones join us when the Sand Hills Writers Series returns on Oct. 15.
J.C. Penny and Career Services have teamed up for a day of discounts for select pieces of career apparel. Suit up and save on Sept. 22 - and maybe get a leg up in your next job interview.
"Steam is like building a ramp into a STEM building that only had stairs before," said Dr. Ashley Gess. Thanks to her, that ramp now leads right to Augusta University's front door.
The Creative Technology Lab in Greenblatt Library is hosting a grand opening ceremony on Friday, Aug. 17. Check out why we need, and now have, a maker space on campus.
Jim Minic's debut novel, Fire Is Your Water, was named the 2017 Appalachian Book of the Year by the Mountain Heritage Literary Festival.
Paying for next semester's textbooks could be as simple as downloading, scanning and adding a stamp to your new Pamplin Passport.
On Aug. 7, select individuals were invited to participate in the first employee assessment portion of the Comprehensive Administrative Review, the Opportunity Identification Survey.
Are you racially paralyzed? There are a few easy ways to find out. Dr. Gregg Murray, professor of Political Science, explores the topic of new research in his latest blog for Psychology Today.
Fodor’s Travel Guide ranked Augusta the 9th Cutest Main Street in a Small(er) City the United States. But there’s much more to the Garden City than Broad Street.
JagNation, the nerve center for all things student life at Augusta University, officially launched on Aug. 1. Check it out!
The Student Counseling and Psychological Services office on the Health Sciences Campus will be closed from Aug. 3 to Aug. 10. Services will still be available during that time at the SCAPS Summerville office.
International Education Week is a once-a-year chance to show students the world from your department's perspective. Submit your event ideas to Study Abroad no later than Sept. 14.
Four MCG students are looking to change the future of healthcare. They need your vote to do it.
First-Year Med Student Chloe Super, visiting Shanghai for the first time, said seeing China’s extensive community healthcare education and disease prevention programs in action was something of an “oh, wow” moment.
With Anthony Kennedy's retirement later this month, the Supreme Court has lost its swing vote. Or has it?
Cybersecurity experts from Georgia’s three Cyber Defense designated research universities are available for interviews to discuss the future of cybersecurity research and innovation.
Dr. David Bulla has been named assistant editor of Journalism History, the oldest mass communication scholarly journal in the world.
What are "wicked" problems, and how do we solve them? One hint: User innovation is key.