As a business major and a member of Augusta University’s track and field team, Zatrick Pearce is keeping busy and exploring future business options that could help improve the community.
Augusta University golfers and sisters Cecilia and Teresa Diez-Moliner from Spain bring fire, determination and passion to the game of golf.
A close faculty mentor and more than two years of research experiments led one Augusta University student to a breakthrough.
The first African-American students who attended Augusta College began in the fall of 1966 and they opened the door for other minorities to have the same educational opportunities.
Meet Christenberry Fieldhouse's big three, the older statesmen and leaders of the Augusta University men's basketball team.
Despite his quiet demeanor, Wingate evidenced a passion for social justice that caught the attention of John Hayes, associate professor of history. Hayes says Wingate is a student who not only excels academically, but is filled with potential to...
In her four years at Augusta University, honors student Shubhra Rajpurohit has accomplished a lot. More importantly, though, she’s discovered her passion: research.
Catherine Hardy has always dreamed of opening and operating her own animal shelter. The Nonprofit Leadership Certificate puts her one step closer to realizing that dream.
Soon, Amma Sarfo will begin a journey that most everyone in her family has already undertaken. Her mother. Her father. Her brother and older sisters before her.
When the College of Allied Health Sciences announced a new PhD program in applied health sciences, Marlo Vernon knew she had to apply. The program combines advanced health care education with excellence in research to produce graduates with...
Enemy fire almost took his best friend’s life during the Iraq War. But the lesson Augusta University ROTC Cadet Chris Han learned after one of the worst moments of his life has helped him save others.
James Mayes used Study Abroad scholarships and fundraisers to pay his way across the world a record five times as a student. Now the Hull College program manager is paying it forward.
The story of ”Progeny” may be history, but the film’s message — the need for a world where cigars, cigarettes, and e-cigarettes are forgotten relics — is rooted firmly in the future.
Growing up hearing stories about his parents during World War II led Dr. Hubert van Tuyll to study military history at a young age. Now a history professor, van Tuyll recently won a prestigious award for his latest book.
After the death of the grandfather who raised him, Daon Drisdom thought he should support his family with a career in engineering. Music, however, was his dream.
Drawing inspiration from her own memories of Augusta, Cynthia Panzella created a dark drama with a touch of buddy film about a sex trafficking survivor who is trying to find meaning and purpose in life.
“I try to convey to my students that it’s alright that they have a disability,” disability coordinator Bryan Waller says. “I tell them, ‘It’s nothing to be ashamed of. It’s what makes you unique.’"
Stephanie Phillips, a senior in Pamplin College's Department of Music, spent the summer living in Boston and studying under a Grammy-award winning drummer, composer and bandleader.
First-Year Med Student Chloe Super, visiting Shanghai for the first time, said seeing China’s extensive community healthcare education and disease prevention programs in action was something of an “oh, wow” moment.
Wycliffe Gordon, Augusta University’s newest director of jazz studies, was named “Best Trombone” by the DownBeat Critics Poll 2018, one of the most prestigious recognition for a jazz musician. This is the fifth time he’s received this award.