Access to the internet is often viewed as a positive feature for communities, but could higher levels of internet connectivity impact the mental health of a community? Dr. William Hatcher, director of Augusta University's Master of Public...
After seeing the high rate of child abuse in local counties, one Augusta University assistant professor and a team at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia are determined to help prevent children from being abused throughout the Augusta area.
A 50-foot-long sculpture made of granite stones on the banks of the Augusta Canal called "Stone Boat" was recently built by Augusta University art professor Brian Rust. This new public art is his salute to the historic Petersburg boats.
With endless career opportunities in the world of animation here in Georgia, Augusta University’s Department of Art and Design will soon be one of only two public universities in the state to offer a bachelor of fine arts degree with a concentration...
With more than 10,000 physicists attending the American Physical Society March Meeting, Gregory Price, a senior mathematics major, won the best oral research presentation award regarding his research on computational magnetism.
What's in a name? Graduating seniors from the Class of 2019 look back at the past four years of tremendous growth and the historic name change that occurred their freshman year.
Not only is senior LeDarius Scott graduating this week, but he's the first former Student Government Association president from Augusta University to receive the Regent Willis J. Potts Student Advisory Council (SAC) Leadership Award.
Will Dr. Judi Wilson, interim dean of the College of Education, shed some tears on Friday when her twin sons, Carter and Tanner Wilson, receive their diplomas from Augusta University's College of Nursing? It's a good bet.
With the the 2019 Spring Commencement Ceremony quickly approaching, Augusta University President Dr. Brooks Keel is emotionally preparing for the graduation of his son, Preston Keel, on Friday.
As dean of the College of Nursing at Augusta University for 15 years, Dr. Lucy Marion celebrates her more than 50-year career in nursing as she plans to retire later this year.
With the possibility of cyberattacks always looming around the world, Dr. Craig Albert, director of the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies, will discuss state-sponsored cyberattacks at the Military and Veteran Services’ professional...
Augusta University’s Morris Eminent Scholar Cheryl Goldsleger will exhibit three paintings in an installation called "Vast Scale - Intimate Space" during the European Cultural Centre’s 2019 Art Biennale in Venice, Italy, from May 11 through November...
Wycliffe Gordon, the director of jazz studies at Augusta University, brings Jazz and American Music Celebration Week to life from April 15-19 at the Maxwell Theatre.
While catcher Beau Hanna is still under contract with the Boston Red Sox, the freshman Jaguar credits Augusta University and his teammates with rekindling his love of baseball.
During a recent project created by the California collective art group Related Tactics, students at Augusta University discovered the hidden influences on library shelves.
As a business major and a member of Augusta University’s track and field team, Zatrick Pearce is keeping busy and exploring future business options that could help improve the community.
Augusta University golfers and sisters Cecilia and Teresa Diez-Moliner from Spain bring fire, determination and passion to the game of golf.
Dr. Larisa Gavrilova-Jordan, the director of the In-Vitro Fertilization Service and the Fertility Preservation Program at Augusta University, honors the strength and determination of her mother on International Women’s Day.
The first African-American students who attended Augusta College began in the fall of 1966 and they opened the door for other minorities to have the same educational opportunities.