This week on "In the Wild," Dr. Gretchen Caughman, executive vice president for academic affairs and provost, drops in to give updates on campus reopening in the fall.
Dr. Tiffany Townsend and Dr. Lindsey West discuss how the institution is preparing to become more inclusive and better allies to the diverse communities that make us JagNation.
For this week's episode of "In the Wild," AU Health System CEO Katrina Keefer stops by to update us on the work #OurAUHeroes are doing to provide for our university, community and state.
President Brooks A. Keel stops by the Georgia Cyber Center studio to give updates on the multitude of ways Augusta University is helping the state fight against COVID-19.
This week on In the Wild, special guest and recent alumna Taylor Rutledge stops by to give tips on transitioning into adulthood after graduation.
This week, we’re giving you updates on the coronavirus and how it’s affecting students, faculty and staff at Augusta University.
This week on "In the Wild," we get insight on something students, faculty and staff are consistently talking about — parking!
In this episode of "In the Wild," we get into the nitty-gritty of dating. Michele Reed, Title IX coordinator for Augusta University, stops by to answer questions related to her position on campus, along with topics related to your favorite pop...
This week, we’re getting you up to date on cool stuff happening on campus! The Jaguar Production Crew has a free and fun event you don’t want to miss.
The Division of Communications and Marketing is launching a podcast this spring. In the Wild is the first podcast from the university to discuss campus news and events, including interviews with members of the university community.
Student Life and Engagement is welcoming two popular entertainers to campus for Homecoming Week: Karlous Miller and Darren Brand. Both are cast members of MTV’s hit shows Wild ‘N Out and Joking Off. Karlous Miller(Image from Innovative Comedy)...
Kirstyn Harris, a senior at Augusta University, has been working on a painting of a bufflehead duck for months to enter in the highly competitive Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest this September.
Because sometimes coffee won’t cut it, this article in U.S. News and World Report provides some tricks to help you stay awake when you really can’t afford to fall asleep. Dr. Jedidiah Ballard in Emergency Medicine at the Medical College...
As Augusta University prepares for return to campus, many resources have been created to help students understand what to expect in Fall 2020.
Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to get creative and think outside the box when it comes to welcoming people back to Augusta University, even though some activities will still remain off limits for safety’s sake.
“If we’re going to have a campus in which these incidents are less likely to happen, we have to make sure we heal our community relationships so there’s less fertile ground for those incidents to grow.”
Students opted into the virtual ceremony by submitting photos to be aired during the live ceremony. Traditional programs were mailed to every graduate so they can follow along with the ceremony.
A family of cytokines or proteins secreted by immune cells become essential to recover our sense of taste after trauma.
For a year, Avalyn Zilke collected trash from anyone willing to give her their plastic. Here's why.
Chances are, if you’ve been out and about in Augusta during the past couple of days, you’ve heard the name Pokémon Go. It’s the reason for the sudden increase in Facebook posts about safety, gyms and long walks around town. It’s also the reason your...