Since 1995, October has served as national LGBT History Month, and this year, Augusta University is putting a strong focus on the health and wellness component of LGBT history with a series of “Come Out for Health” events.
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Michelle Reed, AU’s Title IX coordinator, said the event is valuable for all students, from freshmen living on campus to seniors living off campus.
“I want students to come into our center and have cross-cultural dialogues and engage in activities to help create a more inclusive campus,” said Karen Mobley, director of Multicultural Student Engagement.
Augusta University ranks among the best in the nation for health care equality.
Augusta University experts ready to talk trending news topics, including the myth of "curing" cancer.
Dr. Lara Stepleman was named LGBTQ patient, family liaison.
MCG study published in Journal of Homosexuality shows twice the number of poor mental health days as the general population.
For his compassionate healthcare, Matthew Rivera-Bloodworth has been named this year’s winner of Augusta University’s John F. Beard Award.
Augusta University’s Safe Zone is providing a three-module, online training program including language, identity and stereotypes of privilege.
Concerns about the safety of the LGBTQ community, financial health and intimate partner violence can have an effect on physical health among sexual minorities, according to researchers at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Those...
The founders of Augusta University’s student-run Equality Clinic have been named the 2015 recipients of the American Medical Student Association/Gay and Lesbian Medical Association’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health Achievement...