Augusta University’s Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences is excited to celebrate the recent publication of research conducted by two faculty members and a master's student.
The Council for the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences has voted to designate Dr. Gregg Murray as editor-in-chief for the Cambridge University Press journal "Politics and the Life Sciences."
In its third year, Pause for Paws gives students a break from studying for their finals while helping rescue dogs find a new home.
Who was Caught in the Act of Great Teaching? These professors were!
With record voter registration numbers in Georgia, women could cast the deciding vote in the upcoming gubernatorial election. But who will they cast it for?
President Trump’s rhetoric on the intelligence community and hesitancy to hold Russia accountable influences countries, such as China, to also try meddling in U.S. elections.
Paying for next semester's textbooks could be as simple as downloading, scanning and adding a stamp to your new Pamplin Passport.
A recent article from The Guardian discusses how hope for Afghan peace is being threatened by the escalation of attacks by the Islamic State.
With Anthony Kennedy's retirement later this month, the Supreme Court has lost its swing vote. Or has it?
As a trade war between the U.S. and China looms, Dr. Jonathan Leightner, an expert in Chinese economy, says most people are missing the bigger issue.
Augusta University will offer a new certificate to prepare students for careers in cybercrime investigation and law enforcement, data security and technology.
The key to Jayna Jenkins Vernon's success? Her family’s love and understanding, which has helped her complete the challenging two-year MPA in one year.
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...
New research from Dr. Mary-Kate Lizotte shows that simply mentioning a female political candidate’s attractiveness results in lower voter evaluations of her intelligence and competence for office.
New research published in the Journal of Public Economics suggests Conservatives may be "better looking" than their Liberal counterparts, but not for the reasons you might expect.
Celebrating all things “Learning-By-Doing,” Experiential Learning Week kicks off on Monday, March 12 at noon in room UH-170 with a keynote presentation from Dr. Paul Matthews, associate director of the University of Georgia Office of Service...
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.
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?
The event will include plenary sessions, a keynote speaker, a special Argentine Tango piano duet and panels.