Almost 30 percent of surveyed cities have no formal cybersecurity policy, which would include rules on password creation and guidelines for employee training on computer security, according to a recent survey.
The cybersecurity and IT-related workforce in the Augusta metro area and Fort Gordon increased from 12,716 to 14,765. These workers contribute more than $1 billion to the local economy in salaries alone.
Social entrepreneurship, a business model that endeavors to create employment opportunities, income and profit is growing in popularity. Dr. William Hatcher, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Master of Public Administration, co-authored a recently published research study...
Local governments are seeking solutions for the looming threat of hackers targeting local government agencies.
While many businesses are cutting ties with the NRA, Atlanta-based Delta has received some pushback by Georgia GOP.
New legislation has some lawmakers and lobbyists nervous about how they will effect Amazon’s ultimate decision due to the nature of the bills dealing with LGBT and immigration.
The Political Science department and the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice and Social Work have consolidated into the Department of Social Sciences.
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"
The Cyber Institute at Augusta University wants to bring together different disciplines across the institution to solve problems creatively through its 2018 Interdisciplinary Intramural Awards Program.
More than 20 alumni from the university's liberal arts programs spoke with students about finding a future with a liberal arts degree.
The Katherine Reese Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences will host Future Fest on Thursday, Sept. 28 from 1 – 2:30 p.m. in the JSAC Ballroom.
The Augusta University Master of Public Administration program, in collaboration with North Carolina State’s Department of Public Administration, will house the Journal of Public Affairs Education (JPAE). JPAE is the flagship journal of the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and...
As another semester begins, more students are filling seats in public administration classes than ever. Since spring 2016, the master of public administration program has grown by more than 100 percent and experienced a 49 percent increase in enrollment. Currently, the program has 55 students...
With a fast-growing, highly-paid cyber workforce, Augusta has already become an innovation hub for cyber, according to a new study by the Cyber Institute and the Master of Public Administration.
In a recent story published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dr. William Hatcher, director of the Augusta University Master of Public Administration program, discussed the growing cyber industry in Augusta. Hatcher is one of the researchers studying the cyber workforce in Augusta’s metro...
In the first few months of 2017, Augusta has found itself near either the top or the bottom of some very unflattering – and, for readers, oftentimes confusing – lists.
The Cyber Institute and the Master of Public Administration program are partnering to analyze the cyber workforce needs of the Augusta metropolitan area.