More than 250 law enforcement, emergency first responders and community members gathered in St. Andrews Hall at First Presbyterian Church of Augusta Thursday to learn how and why the community should work together during a hostile event.
The Terrace Café will be closed for dinner on Monday, Jan. 20, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Hostile events and mass shootings are complex. While addressing the immediate threat and treating casualties are the primary goals, emergency response extends far beyond the actual event. Once the immediate threat has passed and casualties are...
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, has been named to Georgia Trend’s list of “100 Most Influential Georgians” for 2019.
The Augusta chapter of the American Advertising Federation has recently created a scholarship in memory of a local advertising professional, and the deadline to apply is fast approaching.
In the early part of the last century, blood transfusions occurred directly from the donor to patient. Virgil Sydenstricker found a better way, and it's still in use today.
The bell ringer, Dr. Joseph Hobbs, chair of the Department of Family Medicine, was the lone employee being recognized for his 45 years of service, the longest tenure of those honored at the ceremony.
As a black man, Francky Saintil, a second-year cell and molecular biology student, is part of a minority on a campus. He found a place to belong in the African American Male Initiative.
Join the faculty, students and staff at 6 p.m. Dec. 2 on the Summerville Campus in front of the Maxwell Theatre for a university-wide tradition.
Brittney D. Alls, J.D., Director of Ethics and Compliance at Augusta University, will be the featured speaker.
“You’re seeing someone in front of you that has given everything, right up until the very end. So that makes you appreciate that aspect of it, and then I think that bond starts to grow. I don’t think you realize it. I think it’s just something that...
Augusta University faculty, staff and students lent their paws to community organizations for the annual Day of Service.
“A lot of us don’t cook anymore,” Simon said. “We rely a lot on prepared foods, either from the supermarket or fast food, and obviously restaurants, and we don’t know how to use fresh ingredients to make a healthy meal. So that’s kind of the purpose...
“They really are dedicated to service. If you could see their resumes, you would see all the years of service, and these are not service things that get you a paycheck raise. These are service things that create foreign language excitement with...
The training is required in Dr. Alison Foley’s Intimate Partner Violence course for graduate students in the master’s of public administration program. For the first time, the training is being opened up to the community at large.
Students in Dr. Giada Biasetti's translation and composition classes translated Frank Iodice's A Perfect Idiot into Spanish and published it with original compositions in Spanish.
Antoinette Ramos and Cara Thompson have been accepted into the Title IV-E Child Welfare program. They will receive their tuition paid in full, along with books and fees, and a stipend in exchange for a year's commitment to working with Georgia DFCS.
“I am a liberal in a Fox house. The debating in my world never ends.”
The Georgia Regional Academic Community Health Information Exchange (GRAChIE) has received the Community Partnership Award from the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC) for their work during Hurricane Irma.
Augusta University has more than 80 experts available to discuss a wide variety of topics. Here are some trending stories on diversity to consider this week.