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Augusta University is to hold a memorial ceremony in remembrance of the students and staff who lost their lives this past year.
Not only do Georgia War residents get enjoyment out of his model trains, the display also spurs memories.
Don't miss the last Noon Arts of the semester.
Golf season is in full swing, and here are four tips to lower your risk of injury on the course.
Having a second dog will ensure that twice as many kids get a visit from a therapy dog each day.
Augusta University’s information security team is launching two changes to help ensure the security of patient, student and employee data.
The Children’s Hospital of Georgia is continuing their May is for Miracle program for the second year.
The Children's Hospital of Georgia's Child Protection Team is bringing awareness to this issue through various events throughout the month.
Timothy Gaillard has been named the medical center's new chief operating officer.
Find out how you can join in the local fight against cancer with a new 20-mile fundraising goal of $100, free rider registration and access to the May 10 opening celebration with country music star Chris Janson.
From developing some of the first oral contraceptives to pioneering telemedicine technologies for faster stroke intervention, doctors at Augusta University and its historic Medical College of Georgia have long been recognized as leaders in...
Augusta University’s Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center is hosting the fifth annual Neuroscience Symposium Friday, May 3, in the Jaguar Student Activity Center’s Ballroom.
Beginning Monday, April 1, Augusta University’s new OUCampus intranet platform (my.augusta.edu) will replace the current PAWS SharePoint platform.
Here is a brief look at current Facilities and Construction projects on the Health Sciences Campus. Summerville updates to follow.
South Carolina woman is can breathe easier thanks to a new procedure.
“For select people, endoscopic skull base surgery avoids a lot of the incisions, retractions and disruption, and it’s a more direct route to areas of the base of the skull and brain.”
Paceline, a year-round fundraising initiative that raises money to support cancer research and patients at the Georgia Cancer Center, is hosting its inaugural bike ride, which is scheduled for May 10-11.
All power has been restored to the Jennings, Shepeard and Greenblatt buildings.