While the Broadway stages will remain closed until at least next summer, one Augusta University student is keeping the music going as he attempts to make it to the top in an online singing competition.
Augusta University leaders met with three finalists for provost over the last few weeks.
All three candidates will visit campus over the coming weeks and participate in virtual presentations.
Vehicle traffic should avoid Harper Street and Laney-Walker Boulevard today, Thursday, Sept. 17, as some vehicles have already become stranded due to flooding.
Hard-hit Dougherty County, with about 98,000 residents, has seen over 3,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 180 deaths since March.
Dr. Jorge Cortes, director of the Georgia Cancer Center, discusses events and news for this month in a Facebook Live chat.
Augusta University Health has once again been named a national top performer for its dedication and commitment to LGBTQ equality in patient care.
Classes will now be in session the week of Nov. 9-13, with a full week of break for Thanksgiving from Nov. 23-27.
The tour encouraged Georgians to follow the guidance of public health officials to stop the spread of COVID-19 ahead of the Fourth of July weekend.
A portion of Goss Lane will be closed beginning July 7 to allow for the construction of a new pedestrian crossing.
After serving seven years as dean of The Graduate School, Dr. Mitchell Watsky plans to return to the faculty effective July 1.
Read a breakdown of the numbers from AU Health’s pandemic response that show the many ways our team is leading the fight.
Georgia Power Foundation, Inc., will donate $100,000 to help Augusta University continue ramping up statewide screening and testing efforts to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Augusta University is finalizing a plan to resume face-to-face instruction for the fall semester.
As we approach National Hospital Week from May 10-16, we want to share the stories of Augusta University Health's front line health care workers, as well as the many other individuals who keep our hospitals and clinics running.
New ideas are vital to conquering the COVID-19 pandemic, and Augusta University has stepped up to the plate to innovate in a variety of ways.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, will take part in Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's briefing on COVID-19 at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 7.
As some patient appointments and elective procedures resume this week, Augusta University Health is modifying visitation restrictions and implementing additional safety measures to protect patients, families and caregivers, such as requiring...
TaxSlayer added to the ongoing community support of Augusta University’s efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic with a donation to the Emergency Response Fund.
University leaders will host a virtual town hall to provide updates on campus planning efforts for fall semester.