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How you can help victims of Hurricane Harvey

Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Augusta University radiology resident Skon Nazarian was determined to find a way to help his hometown in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. So, he rented a U-Haul moving...

Flag display dedicated to international community

The international community at Augusta University is made up of 400 students, faculty and staff.  On August 29, a display of flags representing the home countries of these men and women was unveiled...

IGIVE Night Shift Kickoff starts tonight

This week, the IGIVE campaign rides the elevator to the second floor of the Medical Center to bring the annual giving campaign direct to the Night Shift. From 10—11:55 p.m. on Thursday, August 31...

Week of Welcome in photos

Augusta University welcomed back Jaguar Nation with a week of special activities designed to assist new students in acclimating to their new school and returning students in reconnecting with campus...

Photos capture drama of rare event

Undoubtedly the most photographed eclipse in American history, here are a few dramatic shots captured by some of our own at Augusta University.

Eclipse brings smiles, even through clouds

While clouds may have come between us and the most dramatic part of the eclipse, they couldn’t throw a shadow on the enthusiasm of those who turned out to see it. Enjoy this photo gallery from both...

Annual Lemonade Brigade cools students

The school year started out with a cool glass of lemonade delivered by enthusiastic volunteers at five locations on the Summerville Campus and three on the Health Sciences Campus. Sponsored by the...

Provost welcomes faculty at Fall Kick-Off

New and returning faculty plus those whose roles support the university were welcomed to campus at Monday’s Fall Kick-Off, held at the Maxwell Theatre on the Summerville Campus. Hosted by Dr...

Sharing Miracle Treat Day moments

Miracle Treat Day is an annual Dairy Queen fundraiser that supports Children’s Hospital of Georgia, the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. For every DQ Blizzard sold, $1 goes to...

Students offer health screenings for farmworkers

Every summer, students at Augusta University offer free personalized and preventative health screenings, education and services to farmworkers in rural South Carolina. In 12 years, they’ve provided...

Deal at groundbreaking: ‘This is your future’

If there was any doubt about the lasting value of the cyber mission in Augusta, Gov. Nathan Deal put it to rest when he addressed a group of students from Augusta University’s GenCyber camp at the...

New CHOG hospitality cart puts joy on wheels

The family and friends of sick children will soon have a new ally at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia. Jim Mumford, CHOG administrator, and Sean Frantom, director of Development at Ronald...