This week on "In the Wild," Augusta University’s head baseball coach Chris Howell joins us to discuss his experiences as both a coach and a professional player.
This week on "In The Wild," Raysean Ricks and Kiara Heffner highlight Black History Month events, AU’s first virtual Jaguar Job Fair and much more.
This week, the Jaguar Production Crew adviser joins us in the studio to discuss Homecoming happenings. This year will look a little different, with new events and a concert.
"In The Wild" welcomes Augusta University’s new provost, Dr. Neil MacKinnon, and we discuss the COVID-19 vaccine in the segment, "What's Up, America?"
This week on "In the Wild," Raysean Ricks discusses upcoming events and breaks down what’s happening across campus with Kiara Heffner, an intern for the Division of Communications and Marketing.
For a special episode of "In the Wild," Teresa Young Pinhiero, assistant director for transfer admissions, joins us to discuss the unique experience transfer students at Augusta University have as they transition into campus life.
To kick off the return of "In the Wild" this semester, Dr. Phillip Coule, vice president and chief medical officer for Augusta University Health, joins us to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and debunk the myths surrounding its safety.
This week on "In the Wild," Melissa Hudson Hall, a career consultant from Augusta University's Career Services, joins us to discuss best practices for students and alumni to find a job in these uncertain times.
This week on "In the Wild," Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, returns to share his thoughts on a successful semester back on campus, COVID-19 updates and what he’s looking forward to next spring.
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.
This week’s episode of In the Wild features Roberto Aragon, the coordinator for Student Involvement, to discuss Values Week events.
This week on "In the Wild," we’re catching you up on news you don’t want to miss, including our newly selected provost and the IGIVE campaign.
This week on "In the Wild" podcast, Dip Metress, men's basketball head coach, comes to the studio to discuss the upcoming season. Also, Dale Hartenburg makes a special announcement about Fall 2020 Commencement.
This week on "In the Wild," we discuss Domestic Violence Awareness Month with Jennifer Frantom, development director of Safe Homes of Augusta.
We all have to learn to live with others at some point in our lives, so we are breaking down the basics to keep you from being a bad roommate with Deonte Rivers, AU alum and our host's actual roommate.
This week on "In the Wild," Trey Harrison, director for Campus Recreation, joins us in the studio to discuss upcoming programs and events.
This week on "In the Wild," Title IX coordinator Michele Reed returns to the studio to discuss latest Title IX policies that became effective this semester.
This week’s QuickJag episode features Augusta University alumna April Henry King, a communication graduate turned artist after realizing her love and talent for painting.
Lizy Humphrey, a licensed counselor from Student Counseling and Psychological Services, joins us in the studio for a special episode of "In the Wild" to discuss how to cope in such trying times.
This week, Dr. Garrett Green shares how current social injustice affects his work as Multicultural Student Engagement director, as well as events and programming initiatives for the fall.