In honor of First-Generation College Student Awareness Month, a special episode of "In the Wild" features Dr. Elizabeth Huggins to discuss the struggles and strengths of first-gen students.
During the week of Nov. 2-6, Augusta University will celebrate its first-generation college students and help provide them with inspiration, information and support on their road to attaining a college degree.
Since beginning in 2018, the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies (MAISS) program at Augusta University has become one of the fastest growing graduate programs at Augusta University.
Two students at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University are two of only 50 students nationally, and the only two from Georgia, to be selected to participate in the National Institutes of Health’s Medical Research Scholars Program.
Former Augusta mayor and Augusta University alumnus Deke Copenhaver has been overwhelmed by the positive reactions from all over the world to his new book, "The Changemaker: The Art of Building Better Leaders."
College of Allied Health Sciences faculty appeared in 36 publications this past year and received $4.3 million in research funding.
Fagan is determined to continue her work, in an effort to control the chronic degeneration that can take place following a single stroke and lead to cognitive impairment.
No matter where students at the Medical College of Georgia are on their academic journey, it is the perfect time to find a mentor ready to help guide their career path.
Friday, Aug. 21, marked a turning point in the lives of nearly 300 individuals when the College of Nursing donned several of its first-year students in their white coats, symbolizing the start of their journey to becoming true health care...
Annual program planned for Saturday, Feb. 28 Growing up the son of a critical care nurse, first-year Medical College of Georgia student Matt Rivera said he always knew he wanted a career in health care. Spending his childhood in rural Statenville...
May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. Read about incredible educator Dr. Gayle Sims Lee, whose life was cut short by cancer, and how her daughter honors her every year by giving back.
Over the next year, Jagwire will present a series of stories addressing racial and ethnic health care disparities and the ways Augusta University and AU Health are working to help.
Seven faculty members received awards for their excellence in research and teaching at Augusta University.
Born in Germany with both parents in the United States Navy, Melinda McKew has traveled worldwide to such countries as Italy, Scotland, and Canada with her military family. However, she chose Augusta University to spend most of her time advancing...
The Office of Volunteer Services and Community Engagement is proud to recognize Makayla and Jaylah as this years Spirit of Service Scholarship recipients.
Dr. Tiffany Townsend has made a career out of turning action into results.
A closer look at Jaguar Arthur Takahashi.
In her recent book, "Gender Differences in Public Opinion: Values and Political Consequences," Dr. Mary-Kate Lizotte offers an insightful study into how men and women vary in their policy positions and political attitudes.
Two distinguished award winners at Augusta University understand the power of mentoring.
Augusta University is promoting leadership on Thursday, Nov. 14, during the second annual Values Week. Lindsay Ramos, a senior anthropology student, said her definition of leadership changed drastically from when she first came to campus.