Over 70 people attended the annual Spring Faculty Assembly to celebrate outstanding faculty members from various colleges across campus.
A new partnership merges public service and immigration studies to help and support the community on important issues like reducing gun violence.
During a recent project created by the California collective art group Related Tactics, students at Augusta University discovered the hidden influences on library shelves.
Three faculty members will be spending their summer using grant money for their research.
Augusta University’s Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences is excited to celebrate the recent publication of research conducted by two faculty members and a master's student.
The Council for the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences has voted to designate Dr. Gregg Murray as editor-in-chief for the Cambridge University Press journal "Politics and the Life Sciences."
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.
In its third year, Pause for Paws gives students a break from studying for their finals while helping rescue dogs find a new home.
Who was Caught in the Act of Great Teaching? These professors were!
The Augusta University Athletic Department and the Department of Social Sciences are hosting the third annual "Pause for Paws" Rescue Dog Awareness Christmas Parade!
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.
With record voter registration numbers in Georgia, women could cast the deciding vote in the upcoming gubernatorial election. But who will they cast it for?
Augusta University experts are available to comment on issues relating to the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, cybersecurity and election meddling, the importance of ballot design, neuropolitics, and physical bias against female...
President Trump’s rhetoric on the intelligence community and hesitancy to hold Russia accountable influences countries, such as China, to also try meddling in U.S. elections.
Russia is taking fake news a step farther. The newest trend is creating a false persona to push fake news on U.S. news organizations.
Paying for next semester's textbooks could be as simple as downloading, scanning and adding a stamp to your new Pamplin Passport.
Are you racially paralyzed? There are a few easy ways to find out. Dr. Gregg Murray, professor of Political Science, explores the topic of new research in his latest blog for Psychology Today.
A recent article from The Guardian discusses how hope for Afghan peace is being threatened by the escalation of attacks by the Islamic State.
With Anthony Kennedy's retirement later this month, the Supreme Court has lost its swing vote. Or has it?
As a trade war between the U.S. and China looms, Dr. Jonathan Leightner, an expert in Chinese economy, says most people are missing the bigger issue.