If you ever have concerns about the behavior of a student or classmate, either on or off campus, the experts of Augusta University’s Campus Assessment Response & Evaluation (CARE) Team are here to help.
When it comes to politics, are we all really as freethinking as we say we are, or is there more going on under the hood?
Proposals for study abroad and study away programs set to run in fall 2018, spring 2019 and summer 2019 are due to the study abroad committee no later than Apr. 1, 2018. Faculty and staff interested in submitting proposals for a study abroad or a study away programs can find all necessary...
The application deadline for the Institute of Public and Preventive Health's Summer Public Health Scholars Program is Feb. 15.
Melissa Furman, assistant dean of the James M. Hull College of Business, wants to set the record straight on Millennials, once and for all.
The office of Government Relations & Community Affairs is recruiting students to participate in summer internships in Washington, D.C. The application deadline is Jan. 29, 2018.
North and South Korea under a single banner? It sounds crazy, but for a sporting event, it's nothing new, says Dr. Andrew Goss.
Daniel C. Roberts, account executive in Edelman's New York Corporate & Public Affairs practice, will present "College to the Capitol: Using What You Learn Outside the Classroom to Land Your Dream Job"
A balanced diet of fruits and vegetables and an emphasis on antioxidant consumption could be your best defense against the flu this season.
The Creative Writing Program at Augusta University will celebrate African American stories and writers during the 2018 Writer's Weekend.
Current models indicate no significant accumulation in the Augusta area. However, as conditions could change, we will continue to monitor the forecast.
Augusta University is putting together an official League of Legends team to compete against other schools in the Peach Belt Conference.
The Cinema Series at Augusta University will honor the life and legacy of Henrietta Lacks with two separate screenings of "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" on Wednesday, Jan. 17.
Dr. Jim Burgess, chair of the Department of Medical Laboratory, Imaging and Radiologic Sciences, has been included in the latest edition of Marquis Who’s Who. Founded in 1899 by Albert Nelson Marquis, Marquis Who’s Who is a collection of short biographies of notable individuals in a...
In 2015, when it dawned on us that watching new Star Wars movies would soon become a holiday tradition, we thought to ourselves: What can we learn from the story behind the stories we love? First published in Dec. 2015, this article, written by a die-hard fan, sought to explore that question. The...
Children's Hospital of Georgia needs your vote. Vote now in the #VoteforMiracles campaign.
Emelina Perez, a student in the MS-Dietetic Internship Program, was recently awarded the Patsy Jane O’Malley Memorial Scholarship by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation (ANDF) for the 2017-2018 school year. Every year, the ANDF awards a number of outstanding students in dietetic...
The future of journalism may be uncertain, but its history is in good hands.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday, a little piece of Augusta University found its way to the Augusta Museum of History.
Over the summer, Todd Bennett, assistant professor of Communication, flew to Peru to document the mission of Dr. Daron Ferris, students from the Medical College of Georgia, and volunteers from CerviCusco, a humanitarian NGO. Their goal, to combat cervical cancer in the Andes Mountains. The denizens...