With endless career opportunities in the world of animation here in Georgia, Augusta University’s Department of Art and Design will soon be one of only two public universities in the state to offer a bachelor of fine arts degree with a concentration...
Take a look at what's happening at Augusta University next week.
What's in a name? Graduating seniors from the Class of 2019 look back at the past four years of tremendous growth and the historic name change that occurred their freshman year.
Not only is senior LeDarius Scott graduating this week, but he's the first former Student Government Association president from Augusta University to receive the Regent Willis J. Potts Student Advisory Council (SAC) Leadership Award.
With the possibility of cyberattacks always looming around the world, Dr. Craig Albert, director of the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies, will discuss state-sponsored cyberattacks at the Military and Veteran Services’ professional...
Several facilities improvements are scheduled for Summerville and Forest Hills during the summer semester.
Augusta University’s Morris Eminent Scholar Cheryl Goldsleger will exhibit three paintings in an installation called "Vast Scale - Intimate Space" during the European Cultural Centre’s 2019 Art Biennale in Venice, Italy, from May 11 through November...
Over 70 people attended the annual Spring Faculty Assembly to celebrate outstanding faculty members from various colleges across campus.
Don't miss the last Noon Arts of the semester.
Wycliffe Gordon, the director of jazz studies at Augusta University, brings Jazz and American Music Celebration Week to life from April 15-19 at the Maxwell Theatre.
In 2016, Augusta University unveiled its inaugural quality enhancement plan, Learning by Doing, bringing students and faculty together.
A new partnership merges public service and immigration studies to help and support the community on important issues like reducing gun violence.
During a recent project created by the California collective art group Related Tactics, students at Augusta University discovered the hidden influences on library shelves.
Catch Dr. Melanie O'Meara's original play "Moving Photographs: A Vanishing Georgia" runing March 21- 24.
Take a stroll to the Mary S. Byrd Gallery and check out student artwork in a new exhibit up for the next two months.
With the theme “Under the Gaze of Lady Liberty: Suffrage, Immigration, #metoo,” the symposium offers a unique collaborative environment for scholars, artists, community organizers, students and activists.
Learn how slavery impacted today's gynecological practices.
Gene Policinski will be the keynote speaker at the Future of the First Amendment Symposium, a three-day event at Augusta University from March 13-15.
Have an interest in animation short films, but don’t have the chance or avenue to access them? Let the Department of Art and Design help you.
Find out what the students of Augusta University have researched at the Phi Kappa Phi research conference.