The Political Science department and the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice and Social Work have consolidated into the Department of Social Sciences.
Due to the popularity of Augusta University’s upcoming event honoring the life of Henrietta Lacks, "A Conversation with Rebecca Skloot and Henrietta Lacks's Family," the venue has changed.
Starting Feb. 1, 2018, the AU Breast Health Clinic is changing up their hours of operation.
To be considered for this award, the candidate must have achieved outstanding international recognition in his or her field.
Augusta University has partnered with Savannah River National Laboratory to award STEM scholarships to help with students with their undergraduate research.
Do 1 Thing and Augusta University have recently released a flyer on how to make sure you will have emergency drinking water in case of a disaster.
The event is an opportunity for faculty, staff and students to bring questions, talk with an officer and enjoy free coffee.
Titled, “Negative Effects of Calling Attention to Female Political Candidates’ Attractiveness,” Lizotte works to investigate how attractiveness effects voter evaluations.
Twenty years ago, Dr. Johnson and a team of doctors from MCG discovered how cancerous tumors hide themselves from the body's immune system. Today, he's helping children fight back.
A new comprehensive parking management system is coming soon to Augusta University and AU Health.
Clinical study finds vitamin D to be helpful in artery health.
On "creating a visual identity system that connects campuses and community after a turbulent period of institutional name changes."
Peter Knox is helping Augusta University in a big way. Knox recently gifted the university 1 million dollars to help the Cancer Center find a new director.
How Augusta University is changing their food services for the better.
Augusta University is excited to kick off the New Year with the inaugural ‘Jaguars United Basketball Game.’
Dr. Jillella is part of a dedicated staff of oncologists are providing just that to patients with a very rare cancer, acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL).
Messiah Kitchens was delivered at Augusta University Medical Center and was the first baby born in Augusta in 2018.
The Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is trying to make the understanding and treatment of brain maladies easier, and a collaboration with the College of Education is helping to make that happen.
Georgia Trend has released its 2017 list of hospital rankings, and Augusta University Medical Center placed on the list as a top teaching hospitals.