Professors in three AU colleges collaborate to write book chapter.
"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.
Here are the winners of the Spring 2018 Caught in the Act of Good Teaching Award.
Here’s a brief selection of photos from a few of our Alumni Weekend events. See all 2018 Alumni Weekend photos in the Augusta University photo galleries.
The annual President’s Cookout brought alumni and friends to the Health Sciences Campus for an old fashioned cookout.
Honors student Grant Blume was recently named the winner of a Southern Regional Honors Council Student Scholar Grant.
Dr. Zach Kelehear has been named vice president for Instruction and Innovation. Dr. Judi Wilson will serve as interim dean of the College of Education.
Katy Towns, a counselor education student in the College of Education at Augusta University, received Honorable Mention in the American Counseling Association’s Ross trust Future School Counselors Essay Competition.
Augusta University was chosen to be the next site in the National Writing Project, one of the most extensive and effective teacher learning networks in the world.
A new dry lab in Christenberry Fieldhousewill benefit students and faculty in education and research.
Deborah Wiles, author of “Love, Ruby Lavender,” “Aurora County All-Stars” and “Each Little Bird That Sings,” visited Augusta University teacher education students March 12.
College of Education student Whitney Poucher nationally featured for cybersecurity instruction in the k-12 classroom.
Congratulations to Kate Crockett and Ashley Jackson for presenting at the 21st Annual American Association for Behavioral and Social Sciences Conference!
One of the newest trends you may have heard of to help with weightloss are raspberry ketones, but not everything you’ve heard is true.
Preserving the past means never forgetting where you came from. Three professors in the College of Education are hoping to help the CSRA remember its educational roots.
Don't miss the College of Education's Impacting Student Learning (ISL) Conference from 9 a.m. — 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24.
The event will include plenary sessions, a keynote speaker, a special Argentine Tango piano duet and panels.
The Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is trying to make the understanding and treatment of brain maladies easier, and a collaboration with the College of Education is helping to make that happen.
The transformative power of STEM/STEAM education will be on display at the Jessye Norman School of the Arts throughout the month of December.
This is the third year that the Augusta University Literacy Center has partnered with Porkchop Productions to bring literacy-focused plays to life.
The College of Education is hosting its second year of innovative STEAM teams, a challenging, hands-on training opportunity for local educators.