Augusta University alumni are doing great things, and so are our faculty, staff and students.
Giving back is easy: Give online at augustagives.com; use #augustagives to help spread the word; and take a selfie and post it to #augustagives.
The coronavirus image created by alumna Alissa Eckert earns a big win on the international design stage.
The latest issue of A. is now available, and it’s full of stories that get to the heart of what makes Jaguar Nation so special.
As the city of Augusta celebrates an unusual Masters Week, Augusta University reflects on the 10-year anniversary of its Men's Golf back-to-back national championships.
Dr. Tiffany Townsend has made a career out of turning action into results.
After 35 years at Augusta University, Dr. Gretchen Caughman will retire on Aug. 31.
The film 'Tulsa,' which opens Friday, is filled with Augusta University connections.
The image she designed is everywhere, and so is she: Alissa Eckert (MSMI '06) is the most famous medical illustrator in the world.
President Keel has assembled a team to develop an Action Plan based on insights from the Comprehensive Administrative Review.
According to Associate Professor Matthew Buzzell, Whit Stillman represents a singular voice in American cinema and is a perfect speaker to bring for Writers Weekend.
Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail is a musical by Distinguished Alum Mark Swanson and professor Doug Joiner and features several current and former students.
The latest copy of A. magazine is online and in magazine racks now.
Individual Activity Assessments will be emailed on Aug. 20, 2018.
President Brooks Keel and Dr. Gretchen Caughman welcomed faculty and staff back to campus at the 4th Annual Fall Kick-off
The new school year brings five new buses, added routes and enhanced transportation options.
On Thursday, Aug. 16, the Campus Labs Planning module will be updated. Are you ready?
Don’t miss this opportunity to make a difference: head to one of the IGIVE locations on the Health Sciences Campus today.
In July, students representing 12 disciplines across five colleges participated in the CURS Summer Scholars Symposium.