Debra van Tuyll and David Bulla, professors of communication at Augusta University, were named recipients of national research awards at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s 28th Annual Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War and...
The College of Education recently earned an exemplary score of a Level 4 rating on the 2020 Teacher Preparation Program Effectiveness Measures published by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission.
While law enforcement agencies throughout the United States are under increased public scrutiny in 2020, two professors at Augusta University looked at the global perceptions of police versus citizen satisfaction on a local level.
Dr. Brandy Gunsolus, the special testing laboratory manager and doctor of clinical laboratory science at Augusta University Health, appeared today on CNBC’s “The Exchange” with Kelly Evans.
Augusta University's Interdisciplinary Simulation Center safely provided students in the Bachelor of Social Work program with the necessary in-person training during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students enrolled in INQR 1000, a 10-week course designed to introduce new college students to the value of research and presentations, took an innovative approach during this fall's expo.
Dr. Brandy Gunsolus will be interviewed by Kelly Evans from CNBC’s “The Exchange" on Nov. 6.
Augusta University will present a virtual discussion with New York Times best-selling author Dr. Michele Harper as part of Values Week.
Albert Gigar, 73, was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in 2019 and the news was frightening. Now, with the help of the medical staff at the Georgia Cancer Center, Gigar is winning his battle against lung cancer.
During the week of Nov. 2-6, Augusta University will celebrate its first-generation college students and help provide them with inspiration, information and support on their road to attaining a college degree.
Augusta University's Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies is proud to launch an “Intelligence and National Security Virtual Forum” this week as part of a new speaker series for the graduate program.
As political pundits are describing the 2020 election as one of the most pivotal elections in decades, Dr. Kathleen Hale, a professor of political science at Auburn University, will hold a discussion with faculty and students at Augusta University...
The total enrollment for the fall semester at Augusta University is estimated to be 9,558 students, which is an increase of 3.1%.
In the United States, an estimated 22,000 new cases of ovarian cancer are diagnosed each year and about 13,000 women ultimately die every year from it. The Georgia Cancer Center is helping women fight back against this aggressive cancer.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the STEAMIFY competition will be held virtually for the 2020-21 school year. But Augusta University is partnering with the South Carolina Afterschool Alliance to reach more students and teachers interested in STEAM...
As in-person classes resumed at Augusta University in early August, positive COVID-19 cases had hit a peak in the Augusta area and across Georgia, but those numbers are now on a “downhill slide,” according to Augusta University President Brooks A...
The new Certificate of Legal Studies is specifically designed to help prepare students for careers in the legal profession.
A recent partnership between Georgia Military College and Augusta University's College of Education will ensure a more seamless student transfer of graduates of GMC's associate degree programs to AU’s teacher education programs.
Since beginning in 2018, the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies (MAISS) program at Augusta University has become one of the fastest growing graduate programs at Augusta University.
Pamplin College has introduced two new certificates in arts administration and museum studies this fall to help prepare students for employment in a variety of nonprofit organizations.