Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to get creative and think outside the box when it comes to welcoming people back to Augusta University, even though some activities will still remain off limits for safety’s sake.
Recognizing the power of nonprofit organizations, Augusta University’s Department of Social Sciences is pleased to introduce a new Bachelor of Arts degree in Nonprofit Leadership and Administration.
As she prepares to retire as dean of Pamplin College and move to Olympia, Washington, to be closer to her family, Dr. Elna Green looks back at her three years at Augusta University.
Despite this year's challenges, music education senior Ontario Williams received first place in both music theater and the Hall Johnson spiritual category in this year’s SERNATS auditions and will advance to the national semifinals this month.
In her recent book, "Gender Differences in Public Opinion: Values and Political Consequences," Dr. Mary-Kate Lizotte offers an insightful study into how men and women vary in their policy positions and political attitudes.
Augusta University, the Medical College of Georgia and The Dental College of Georgia are pleased to announce the spring semester's outstanding faculty award recipients and acknowledge faculty members who are retiring.
Two distinguished award winners at Augusta University understand the power of mentoring.
Augusta University’s Master of Public Administration program was ranked as one of the top 150 Best Public Affairs Programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
Despite the family’s disappointment over traditional ceremonies being postponed, Gina and Robert Thurman are determined to properly celebrate daughter Ashley's graduation from the College of Nursing at Augusta University.
Until midnight on May 25, the fall 2020 undergraduate admissions fees at Augusta University will be waived to encourage more future Jaguars to apply.
Augusta University Health will begin antibody testing this week to detect whether people have previously been exposed to coronavirus and developed antibodies against it.
A task force from Augusta University has teamed up with local companies to produce 3D-printed molds and create at least 500 reusable face masks to help protect the clinical staff at AU Health from COVID-19.
Dr. Elizabeth Culatta, an assistant professor in the Department of Social Sciences at Augusta University, decided to reexamine the approach to her class on the Sociology of Health Care and help her students take a closer look at pandemics and the...
Many medical experts say COVID-19 testing is the key to everyone soon returning to their normal lives. When residents and faculty from The Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University learned of the growing shortage of nasal swabs, they turned to...
Using 3D printers, several faculty members at Augusta University have volunteered to make face shields to protect clinicians’ eyes and faces from the coronavirus.
A group of professors from Augusta University’s College of Education made sure local students received donated books from the community before the schools closed for the year.
When the public is looking for answers about COVID-19, physicians at Augusta University Health realize how important it is to provide the best advice in a language they can understand.
Why not help out the Georgia Cancer Center and Shepeard Community Blood Center at the same time? HCCU is hosting a shred day and blood drive on Saturday, March 28.
In 2013, Georgia educators recognized that two-thirds of the state’s children were not reading proficiently by the end of third grade.