NPR contributor and award-winning adventure novelist Peter Heller will be the keynote speaker at Augusta University’s Writers Weekend on Jan. 24-25.
Augusta University's College of Education student Randy LaMons and his former classmate are helping future college freshmen with $500 scholarships through their new Be the Change...
Dr. Michael Pruett takes over for Dr. Barry Hammond, who has served as the DCG Director of Continuing Dental Education since 2012.
After 35 years of dedicated service, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Gretchen Caughman has announced her plan to retire at the end of the fiscal year.
Augusta University’s Maxwell Theatre is honored to present An Evening with Branford Marsalis on Thursday, Jan. 16.
The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences is thrilled to announce four more new faculty have joined the school starting this semester.
Mallary Myers, a national leader in clinical innovation, has been named vice president/chief innovation officer for Augusta University Health, effective Jan. 3.
Multifactor authentication is important because your password can now be hacked fairly easily, but it is much more difficult for someone to access your mobile device.
Dr. Trinanjan Datta, a professor of physics in the College of Science and Mathematics, co-wrote a textbook utilizing his research work with undergraduates at Augusta University.
Everyone involved looks forward to spending time together during the annual parties.
Kim Toler, the first graduate of the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies program at Augusta University, also happens to be the daughter of Eric Toler, the...
Augusta University is working to attract more African-American male students into a career in education.
With six awards up for grabs at the AMLE annual conference, the Augusta University College of Education snagged three of them.
The annual Fall Faculty Assembly took place Monday, Nov. 4, in the ballroom of the Jaguar Student Activities Center.
Cheryl Goldsleger, Augusta University’s Morris Eminent Scholar in Art, was honored to have her artwork included during the 2019 Venice Biennale.
College of Allied Health Sciences faculty appeared in 36 publications this past year and received $4.3 million in research funding.
Is Grendel really a monster? From Nov. 7-10 at the Maxwell Theatre at Augusta University, Theatre AUG will present "Grendel" as adapted by Dr. Melanie Kitchens O'Meara and three...
More than 150 teams from across Georgia and South Carolina participated in the second annual STEAMIFY competition at Augusta University.
Ann Anderson, Augusta University’s first computer science graduate, believes life is what you make it. “You can go out there and you can live a boring life or you can live an...
In a recently published article in The Pursuit Journal, members of Augusta University’s Department of Social Sciences explored the impact of body-worn cameras on the Richmond...