The ease of the program helps you to take small steps that make a big difference in an emergency.
Local musicians hope to share their passion of music with the patients and families at AU Health.
This is the third year that the Augusta University Literacy Center has partnered with Porkchop Productions to bring literacy-focused plays to life.
Nominate a colleague you feel best represents patient- and family-centered care.
As part of the National Cyber Career Awareness Week, which takes place Nov. 13-18, Career Services is hosting several employer visits.
Dr. Michael Nowatkowski is working to make medical devices safe from hacking possibilities.
Faculty, staff and student performers dazzled at the fall Noon Arts, presented by the Dental College of Georgia.
Jazz legend Jimmy Heath will bring his quintet to the Maxwell Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 14 to kick off the Harris-Horizon Jazz Great Series.
Augusta University is providing students an opportunity to travel to Beech Mountain, North Carolina, for a weekend in January to ski.
The Children’s Hospital of Georgia (CHOG) at Augusta University has successfully reached 100 percent accuracy in the management of mother’s milk since December 2015.
When a coach noticed Kelly Bryant vomiting blood during halftime at a basketball game, he knew Bryant needed a doctor.
Come celebrate 10 years of running with the Augusta University Half Marathon, 10k and 5k.
Dr. Ballard utilizes his former Army Ranger training to showcase a one-tool workout to transform your body; using a weighted rucksack.
Augusta University is one of many universities working to develop opportunities toward bringing research to the marketplace.
Thanks to a new drug known as UA from Allergan, there may be a treatment for women with unterine fibroids, without having to undergo surgery.
The Office of Faculty Development and Teaching Excellence is excited to welcome three new members to its team.
The Augusta University Police Department will be hosting its latest Coffee with a Cop event Thursday, Nov. 9, from 9:00—10:30 a.m. in the Dental College of Georgia Lobby.
Augusta University’s Safe Zone is providing a three-module, online training program including language, identity and stereotypes of privilege.