This week on "In the Wild" podcast, Dip Metress, men's basketball head coach, comes to the studio to discuss the upcoming season. Also, Dale Hartenburg makes a special announcement about Fall 2020 Commencement.
Like everything else in our “now normal” way of life, IGIVE, Augusta University's employee giving campaign, is undergoing a few changes as well.
Stacy Tallent, CEO for Health Center Credit Union, has been recognized as the 2019 LCSU Professional of the Year for Georgia.
Music education major and accredited vocalist Ontario Williams has advanced to round three of Broadway’s Next On Stage competition, sponsored by BroadwayWorld.
There's a talent show coming to campus. Augusta University's Multicultural Student Engagement and the university's Student Government Associations are bringing a Unity Talent Show Oct. 23.
The Augusta University Police Department has joined the #PinkPatchProject, a fundraiser to sell police patch stickers in pink.
Augusta University's Writing Center is hosting a writing workshop that is open to the public.
This week on "In the Wild," we discuss Domestic Violence Awareness Month with Jennifer Frantom, development director of Safe Homes of Augusta.
We all have to learn to live with others at some point in our lives, so we are breaking down the basics to keep you from being a bad roommate with Deonte Rivers, AU alum and our host's actual roommate.
AccessOne, a leading provider of patient financing options designed to help consumers manage their healthcare costs, announced its partnership with Augusta University Health System.
Augusta University's College of Education has launched its own podcast, "Room 366," featuring education stakeholders who want to make a difference in their practice and community.
On this week’s episode of "In the Wild," Tina Baggott, associate vice president for Volunteer Services and Engagement, joins us to discuss this year’s virtual Days of Service.
Augusta University is celebrating the increase of our total student enrollment to 5,676 undergraduate students. Included in that number is over 1,000 freshmen who make up the Class of 2024.
The Augusta University Faculty Club has awarded five $2,000 scholarships to students from each of the university’s health sciences colleges.
This week on "In the Wild," Trey Harrison, director for Campus Recreation, joins us in the studio to discuss upcoming programs and events.
Augusta University's Division of Information Technology has extended the wireless internet range for students, faculty and staff.
One of Augusta University Medical Center's own will be performing at 7 p.m. Sept. 23 as part of Brave Hearts for Broadway.
Scrubs & Beyond, AU Health's designated medical uniform and equipment store, is moving from its current location to the Professional Building 1 across the street.
Beginning Thursday, Oct. 1, departments across the university system will have the opportunity to participate in the third annual Month of Miracles (previously referred to as May is for Miracles).
Lizy Humphrey, a licensed counselor from Student Counseling and Psychological Services, joins us in the studio for a special episode of "In the Wild" to discuss how to cope in such trying times.